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Super Power Supply® USB to 5.5×2.1mm (5.5mm x 2.1mm) AC Adapter Barrel Plug 5V Cable for Charging or Powering Devices from a USB Port: Great for Buffalo, Dlink, TP-link Wireless Routers


Super Power Supply® USB to 5.5x2.1mm (5.5mm x 2.1mm) AC Adapter Barrel Plug 5V Cable for Charging or Powering Devices from a USB Port: Great for Buffalo, Dlink, TP-link Wireless Routers


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This is great for powering a low power 5V router from a USB port.

  • Includes: 1 USB to 5.5×2.1mm Cable
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Question by danstyk: What is the best wireless router – offering the widest area coverage, that is also a print server?
I need one to cover a large wan area, from house to garage.

Best answer:

Answer by Kermit
I have tried two with varying result. The Belkin Pre-N has very good range coverage and could be better if you paired it with the pre-N card. However I face drop connections when there is a lot of wireless ap around the neighbourhood (in my area there was more than 15). Belkin has introduced a new model but I am not sure if that solved the problem.

I also have used the buffalo high power wireless router. I added a high gain antenna and achieved as good a result as the Belkin but without the drop connection. This is also a cheaper setup.

Suggest you read the user reviews in cnet.com to see how the routers operate in real situations.

Note – neither of these router has a print server connection.

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Really neat cable., August 21, 2013
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    Tracy

    This review is from: Super Power Supply® USB to 5.5×2.1mm (5.5mm x 2.1mm) AC Adapter Barrel Plug 5V Cable for Charging or Powering Devices from a USB Port: Great for Buffalo, Dlink, TP-link Wireless Routers (Electronics)
    This is a great idea! It allows a 5V product like a Buffalo Router to run off of a USB port. Using this I don’t have to add to the mess under my desk. I just plug one end to a USB port on my computer and the other end into the router. Great!

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  2. Wireless router and print server are 2 different devices.

    I’m using Linksys router at home, so far working fine for me.. Emm.. For your case, look for those router tagged as 802.11 draft n or range booster router from Dlink, Linksys or other vendors. This range of routers have good coverage and connection speed, but the price is high.

    If you need to improve wireless coverage, have a look on how to improve wireless coverage here: http://www.home-network-help.com/wireless-coverage.html

    Using print server to share printers: http://www.home-network-help.com/wirelesss-print-server.html

    Hope this helps… :o)

    picoHat


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