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BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router – WZR-HP-G300NH


BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router - WZR-HP-G300NH


Buffalo Technology Nfiniti Wireless-N High Power Router & Access Point WZR-HP-G300NH

  • AOSS One-touch security setup, AP and router mode, built-in SPI-firewall, WAN auto setup
  • 2 adjustable flip-up antennas and 2 External Antennas with Adjustable Output, 3 x 3 (Tx x Rx)
  • 10/100/1000 Mbps, Auto Sensing, Auto MDIX
  • WPA2, WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP), 128/64-bit WEP
  • 3 years P&L Warranty

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What customers say about BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router – WZR-HP-G300NH?

  1. 80 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Router, Outstanding Range, June 11, 2009
    By 
    Buckeye Sam (Columbus, OH USA) –

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    This review is from: BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router – WZR-HP-G300NH (Personal Computers)

    Pros:
    Excellent Range – even with existing Wireless G clients
    Gigabit ethernet ports
    Network Attached Storage
    VPN Endpoint
    Excellent web interface with help along the right column

    Our house is like a wireless black hole. We have tried multiple Wireless G routers and cannot get a strong signal throughout the house. If the router is in the center of the house, we usually get a 11 mbps connection from our Wireless G clients. If we put the router at one end of the house, we do not get a signal at the other corner. We don’t live in a huge house by the way. With this router, we get a full strength signal through the house, regardless of whether it is placed in the center or in one corner. I assume it’s due to high gain antennas plus the built-in power amplifier. The range of our Wireless-G network has been extended greatly without even having to upgrade our computers to Wireless-N adapters. Most Wireless-N routers transmit in the 100 mW range (e.g. Linksys WRT610N, D-Link DIR-825). This router transmits above 800 mW, close to the legal limit of 1000 mW. You can look up the transmit power of all routers on the FCC web site. Excellent product!

    Update on September 1, 2009: Buffalo has confirmed a bug in the router. It sometimes loses the ability to connect to wireless clients. It seems to happen to me once every 1-2 weeks. I have to reboot the router to correct. They assured me that the first firmware update will correct it. The significant speed and range improvement for me makes it worth dealing with this minor issue.

    Also, a positive review from Small Net Builder (formerly Tom’s Hardware): […]

    Update on October 29, 2009: Updated firmware (v1.65) is available on the Buffalo Technology website. My router is running it, and so far I have not seen any issues.

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  2. 48 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s the best, but you need to be ready to work for it., February 27, 2011
    By 
    T. Castle
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    This review is from: BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router – WZR-HP-G300NH (Personal Computers)

    The product description, and the other reviews here, say a lot.

    But most of them seem to be missing a few points, which I think will be useful to anyone who is thinking of buying it, or who has already bought it.

    Most people will be able to use the standard firmware just fine. It’s not a problem. DD-WRT, in my experience, wasn’t all that great, but was easy to install. Installing Gargoyle massively improved my experience with this router, over either the default firmware OR DD-WRT. Google it, and be prepared to do a lot of digging on their forums. It’s worth it, if you’re tech-savvy enough.

    For those complaining that you aren’t getting any benefits over your old G router:

    1. Are you using Wireless N compatible cards in your computers and devices? If not, you won’t get much of an improvement.
    2. Is the router set to WEP encryption? If so, the whole network will drop back to a weird version of Wireless G. Use WPA2-PSK, and you’ll notice an immediate doubling in speed.
    3. What channel width are you broadcasting at? If you’re using 10, you’ll be getting G speeds and range. If you’re using 20, you’ll be getting 150-ish at most. If you’re using 40, you’ll get your full 300 and amazing range, no problem, unless your wireless card is capped at 150 (some are, check the specs).
    4. Lastly, what channel are you on? If you’re on a crowded channel (try using InSSIDer or NetworkStumbler), you’ll want to change it. 6 is the default, but you may have better results on 1 or 11. If you can afford it, using a spectral analysis tool (MetaGeek’s Wi-Spy tool is about $99) can help sort out interference in a crowded area, as microwaves, mice, and even LCD monitors can cause interference.

    Check into all of the above, and you’ll likely fix a lot of your problems, and realize that this is a pretty beastly machine. It can also handle a ridiculous number of open connections, which is best showcased when running servers within the network, or using any type of torrent application (which, of course, you’re just using to patch World of Warcraft or download totally legit files)–the previous wireless router (a Linksys) in this household would often make it to about 300kBps in torrents, then slowly drop for a few minutes, then ramp back up. With this router, it can quickly reach the max bandwidth allotted by my QOS settings (5MBps) and stay there.

    Also, there’s the obvious stuff: You need a fast internet connection to get fast internet. If your connection is slow, or just bad, your router won’t fix anything, or make it any faster. The router will only help with the network’s stability and INTERNAL speed, which, while worth it, won’t mean much more than shaving a couple of milliseconds off your ping (which is just fine for gaming) and keep your connection from dropping. If you know enough to care about your internal network speeds (home/business LAN servers, NAS, etc.), I don’t really need to explain the benefits to you.

    My only complaint? I wish I could install my own antennas. It’s a little odd, to me, that the highest-power model, with the most features, has hard-wired antennas. They work okay, especially after careful tweaking of their positions, but I’d really prefer to install my own. All the computers in a relatively large brick house with a lot of thick walls get great signal, and my brother’s iPod managed to get a relatively good signal about a quarter of a mile away. This means you DEFINITELY want to secure your network, though (I mentioned WPA2-PSK, above).

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  3. 48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Router. DD-WRT Firmware in a few months!, April 12, 2010
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    This review is from: BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router – WZR-HP-G300NH (Personal Computers)

    I bought this router after considering EVERY other one on the market as of this review date regardless of price… Literally EVERY other router, from Linksys (610) to Netgear (3700) to D-link (855, 4500, 4300) to Belkin… I do NOT regret it for a second. Every other router seemed to have it’s minuses and was more expensive than this one. After a small setup glitch with my comcast modem I’ve been up and running for weeks with a full signal everywhere in my 2-story house. I have the router in my basement and I still get a full signal on the opposite end of the house on the second floor. For (…) this was the best purchase I’ve made this year.

    On top of this with the newest (1.70) firmware everything seems to work very well and the news just keeps on getting better… Buffalo just announced last month that starting this summer all new firmware for all of their wireless routers will be based on the awesome DD-WRT firmware! This is an industry first that should not be overlooked. Buffalo tech just shot way up on my tech list of best brands. Here is a link to the press release: (…)

    The only complaint I have about the router is that it only supports drives with a fat, fat16 or fat32 filesystem… This sucks if you’re downloading (or want to share) any files bigger than 4gb.

    Overall do NOT hesitate to purchase this router, you will not be disappointed.

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