ReadyNet WRT300N-D6 wireless router

By J Scott

                                  

Readynet Wrt300n-d6 Wireless Router 300mbps

ReadyNet Wrt300n-d6 Wireless Router 300mbps

The ReadyNet WRT300N-D6 wireless router preforms well with HughesNet Gen4 But the best thing is how easy it was to install and set up. Capable of delivering reliable high-speed 300mbps performance a joint wired/wireless network connection device designed specifically for home or office networking with wireless date rates up to 300mbps. Provides greater range and bandwidth with for online video, online games, video chat and other high bandwidth applications five fast Ethernet ports enables your entire network to share a single high-speed internet connection. Very impressive router at a great price.


Linksys (E1200) N300 Wi-Fi Wireless Router with Linksys Connect

By J Scott

Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Wireless Router

Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Wireless Router with Linksys Connect Including Parental Controls & Advanced Settings (E1200)

Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Wireless Router with Linksys Connect Including Parental Controls & Advanced Settings (E1200) connect your computers, wireless printers, smartphones, and other wireless devices with speeds up to 300 Mbps. With good range and stability it is perfect for Standard-sized homes, apartments, and dorms. Connecting multiple computers, wireless printers, and other Wi-Fi devices at speeds up to 300 Mbps.  Cisco Connect software gets you set up in three easy steps with or without the included setup CD. just connected the router the router to modem and laptop and set up the router via its web interface (192.168.1.1).  Over all a very nice basic and solid router for people without advanced requirements.  A router for those with simple needs.

 

 

 

HughesNet Gen4’s New Innovative Smart Technologies

By J Scott

 

Do more with Gen4

Do more with Gen4

 

Hughes invented satellite Internet and are clearly the market leader with over a million active users in North America. By constantly working to create innovative technology to enhance the customers’ online experiences,  They strive to make HughesNet the best solution for high-speed Internet access no matter where you live and work, even in ex-urban and rural areas with limited access to broadband service.

They have raised the bar for everyone when they announced the release of a full array of updated Gen4 service plans featuring a new generation of performance-enhancing innovations in downloading, browsing and data usage management.

SmartFetch:  speeds website loading by reducing the number of “hops” needed to retrieve content.

SmartCompression:  shrinks web data by up to 30 percent so subscribers can download more content while using less of their data allowances.

SmartBrowsing:   allows subscribers to continue emailing and browsing even if they exceed their monthly data allowance.SmartBrowsing is available in designated areas and on select service plans.

SmartResources: puts the user in full control of their bandwidth management. Status Meter shows monthly data allowance at a glance and notifies SmartBrowsing users when the service kicks in.

Learn more about the new HughesNet Gen4 service plans

 

 

“Which wireless router works best with satellite Internet?”

By J Scott

 

Readynet Wrt300n-d6 Wireless Router 300mbps

Readynet Wrt300n-d6 Wireless Router 300mbps

 

 

 

With the growing popularity of wireless devices in the home such as laptops, tablets, and Wi-Fi-enabled smartphones – you may be choosing to install a wireless router. One of the most common questions I hear is, “Which wireless router works best with satellite Internet?” There is no one right answer just like there is no one-size-fits-all router. You need to consider things like the size of the home and the performance and features that are important to you. There are hundreds of routers on the market, each with its own pros and cons. It’s very easy to get overwhelmed by all of it all.

HughesNet  engineers conducted extensive test of some of the more popular router models. Testing their performance, and compatibility with their new Gen4 service. Testing things like signal strength, speed, and cost, and evaluated their compatibility to work optimally over IPv6,(the latest version of Internet Protocol) Based on this research they have compiled a list of eight models that were tested and proven to work well with HughesNet and IPv6. The test covered a range of different brands and models. Almost all of the routers can be found at Amazon.

 

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