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TP-Link TL-WR820N Wireless Router $15 @ MSY (Fibremax Compatible)


$15 at MSY, was $22. It is $19 at a number of other stores for those that don’t live near or don’t like MSY.

The TP-Link TL-WR820n is a basic router that supports IPTV VLAN tagging and works with the recent free Fibremax NBN offer. It only took a few minutes to set up.

300Mbps wireless transmission rate ideal for both bandwidth sensitive tasks and basic work
IPTV supports IGMP Proxy/Snooping, Bridge and Tag VLAN to optimize IPTV streaming
Compatible with IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6)
Guest Network provides separate access for guests while securing the host network

Additional bells and whistles include -
2 lan ports
2 antennae

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closed Comments

  • just curious, what is the difference between a normal router and a wireless router?

    • Obviously a wireless router adds wireless capability to connect to wireless devices. Which a normal router doesn't include.

    • A router connects two different phy networks. A wifi router connects a wlan to a phy network.

  • No gigabit on either of its two ethernet ports

    So the '300mbps' wifi is gonna be throttled by your 100mbps max input speed lol

  • I have a few similar Tp-link 10/100 wireless N (TL-MR3420) routers I picked up cheap. Mainly use these is to connect devices with 100mb lan only connections such as PVR & Blu-ray player in bridge mode to our home network access point wirelessly. Where it is impractical to install ethernet cable. Theoretically doubling the speed of the old 802.11g 54 Mbps wireless router I had before usung and maxing out the 100mb connection.

  • i was just googling for other options, and I find out that bunnings sell networking gear under 'smart home', with a 10% price beat guarantee. e.g. bunnings sell TL-WR840N which is also at officeworks for $47. anyone pitted officeworks against bunnings before?