The ASUS WL-330N3G is the world’s smallest wireless router, featuring six integrated modes within its compact size. With 802.11n, 150Mbits per second and the six different modes (Network adapter, access point, wireless router, repeater, Hotspot (Wi-Fi account sharing), 3G sharing modes), the WL-330N3G brings you the highest mobility and flexibility in staying connecting, especially when traveling. There’s no need to even take a power adapter with you because the WL-330N3G can also draw power from a USB port. Equipped with an easy to use graphical user interface, the WL-330N3G is easy to setup and manage, even for those less familiar with wireless configurations.
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Its footprint is smaller than a credit card, making it very easy to carry and literally pocket sized, but not at the expense of functionality. This is a full wireless router designed for those on the move, especially businessmen, commuters, students and mobile professionals.
Complies with the IEEE 802.11n wireless standard. Create home or office wireless networks with up to 18x the speed and 6x the range of conventional 802.11g networks. Enjoy bandwidth intensive HD movie and music streaming, VoIP calls, online gaming and more, smoothly and lag-free without the worry of data loss over large areas.
The ASUS WL-330N3G's wizard-based setup makes it extremely easy to configure, even for novices. The fast process is extremely simple thanks to ASUS Plug-n-Surf and network detection. This intuitive router setup means users don't need to read through long manuals, and can get online with great freedom and no hassle.
|Interface||1 x RJ45 for 10/100 BaseT with auto cross-over function (MDI/MDI-X)|
|Antenna||Internal 2.6 dBi antenna x 1|
|LED Indicator||PWR, LAN, AIR, USB|
|Operation Channel||11 for N. America, 14 Japan, 13 Europe (ETSI)|
PPTP login client support
Save/restore configuration files
Upgrades via web browser
NAT, SPI, DoS attack prevention, Virtual DMZ
Port, IP address, Protocol, URL Keyword
64/128-bit WEP, WPA-PSK TKIP/AES, WPA2-PSK TKIP/AES
|Power Adapter||AC Input : 110V~240V(50~60Hz)
DC Output : 5 V with max. 2.0 A current
|Dimensions||90 x 38.9 x 12.8 mm (LxWxH)|
3 Year Warranty
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20/1 Club Road, Chetpet (Behind Shree Mithai)
Chennai. Ph.: 42849274 / 42849276
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Posted by Pugazh on 18th Jun 2012
The bundled firm ware is buggy and it connects some times and most of the times it is not connecting to reliance netconnect + . After upgrading the firmware to 184.108.40.206c, the device is more manageable. And really a fun to use on the road.
Posted by Praneeth on 21st Jan 2012
I have Reliance netconnect HUAWEI EC150 modem.
Cai i use this to share my internet
DELTA REPLY: YES, as per below Asus Site...
Posted by pingram3541 on 13th Dec 2011
pros: It supports my unlisted novatel 727 and it can be powered off a usb port so my android tablet can power it just fine, the range is pretty decent and it's very small to transport.
cons: After trying multiple firmwares, device still locks up very frequently with exception handle on cpu. Tech support is almost non-existent and a forum thread I posted for help on ASUS forums hasn't had a single response in 2 weeks.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Dec 2011
As per Asus, it supports 3G (HSDPA technology). Relaince Netconnect is 3G (EVDO technolgy). Wheter it supports reliance netconnect+ in TamilNadu?
DELTA REPLY : if its 3g, then yes, you can.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Oct 2011
I am having BSNL ZTE AC87000 EVDO CDMA modem for internet. Can this router be used for Internet sharing?
DELTA REPLY: it supports 3g based USB Sticks
if its not 3g, i do not think it will support.
Anyways, you can always google for such info.
Posted by UNKNOWN on 14th Sep 2011
Am having reliance netconnect usb modem, can i use this modem with this device.
DELTA REPLY: if based on 3g, it should work
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