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Netis WF2415 300Mbit Wireless N Gigabit Router Review



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Introduction


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Today I’m taking a look at the Netis WF2415 300Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router. A simple approach, but one that looks like it offers anything you could want in a normal home.

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The Netis WF2415 offers wireless N speeds up to 300Mbps as well as full Gigabit transfer speeds on all RJ45 ports, including the WAN port. It also has a WPS button for ease of use and connecting your wireless devices to your network.

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Four Gigabit LAN ports should be enough at most times and it’s rare to see more. The WF2415 can act in a variety of modes such as AP, WDS, AP+WDS, Client and Repeater; this makes it pretty much universally usable. The mounting system allows you to hang the router in any direction. A simple but clever approach and one that works each time. The two 5dBi high gain antennas are fixed and can’t be removed or replaced – at least not easily.

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Inside the router, we find a Realtek RTL8198 SoC processor specifically designed for use with routing as well as the Realtek RTL8192CE highly integrated single-chip MIMO (Multiple In, Multiple Out) Wireless LAN (WLAN) solution.

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While nothing of this blows our mind, it sounds like a solid choice in a basic router – one that could easily satisfy the needs of most people.

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