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Wireless Router, HooToo N300 WiFi Router 2.4GHz, IP QoS, WPS Button, MAC Address & Client Filtering, Parental Control, Bandwidth Control, Compact Profile

Wireless Router, HooToo N300 WiFi Router 2.4GHz, IP QoS, WPS Button, MAC Address & Client Filtering, Parental Control, Bandwidth Control, Compact Profile

Wireless Router, HooToo N300 WiFi Router 2.4GHz, IP QoS, WPS Button, MAC Address & Client Filtering, Parental Control, Bandwidth Control, Compact Profile

  • Same specs, 25% smaller: Enjoy a compact Wi-Fi router that packs the same specs and features of bigger devices in an extremely slim profile that’s 25% smaller for extra versatility of use. Two 5dBi antennas greatly increase the wireless robustness and stability.
  • 802.11n Wi-Fi for up to 300Mbps: Experience a stable network coverage that tops 300Mbps/2.4GHz to seamlessly stream HD content and play online games.
  • Easy setup & operation: Easy set up this 802.11n Wi-Fi router and browse the internet in no time with a foolproof operation that has all main functions visible at a glance.
  • Safe browsing with the parental control and bandwidth control: Manage Internet access on children’s or employees’s computers. IP based bandwidth control allows you to determine how much bandwidth is allotted to each device.
  • 360° network protection: Keep your network under control and avoid sensible information leakage with MAC address & client filtering. 2-Year warranty.

Smaller But BetterWe all know that size doesn’t always matter and the same applies to this miniature Wi-Fi router that features an extremely compact build but has no trouble taking on the big dogs of the network sphere. Packing the same specs of bigger routers in a much smaller form, the HT-ND006 takes up barely no room on your furniture and keeps a very discreet profile when hanging onto a wall for a better signal. Wireless N 300Mbps Speed That Gets It Done It won’t be written anywhere in the

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  1. Off The Beaten Path
    6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Price Jacking Would not recommend., November 12, 2016
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    Off The Beaten Path (Southeast) –

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    This review is from: Wireless Router, HooToo N300 WiFi Router 2.4GHz, IP QoS, WPS Button, MAC Address & Client Filtering, Parental Control, Bandwidth Control, Compact Profile (Electronics)
    Works as expected. Very small footprint. Pro: Cheap (9.99). WISP mode super easy!
    Seeing retail now 30 Buck.. would not recommend based on pricejacking.
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  2. 3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to set up on a Mac and use at home or traveling, October 4, 2016
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    Rob Gendreau (Oakland, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Wireless Router, HooToo N300 WiFi Router 2.4GHz, IP QoS, WPS Button, MAC Address & Client Filtering, Parental Control, Bandwidth Control, Compact Profile (Electronics)
    The HooToo HT-ND006 is a terrific little router for mobile use or where space is at a premium. Worked fine with about three minutes of setup in my Mac and PC household, using a broadband internet connection over DSL. You can use it as a router to make a local area network (LAN), use it with some kind of broadband connection as a router (I’m using it as a router downstream from a broadband residential gateway (RG, or “broadband modem), or use it in WISP mode, where it connects via wifi to your existing wifi network in order to extend the range.

    The hardware seems to be excellent. A big plus is the inclusion of antennas. Yeah, it would be sleeker without ’em, but routers are radios and any ham will tell you the antenna is key in getting good range. I didn’t get quite the signal noise ratio of my main Netgear workhorse, but pretty close. It comes with one ethernet cable but two would be handy; in the setup instructions it wants you to use one cable from WAN to broadband, and one cable from LAN to your computer. BTW, I used one to my ethernet-less Macbook Pro via an older HooToo USB ethernet adapter, that’s still working in Sierra. A person experienced with network could probably get by with one cable. It’s not a wifi-AC capable router, but N. Speeds seem fine.

    The description is kinda unclear, but this has one WAN port (where you attach an ethernet cable to your RG or broadband source) and two LAN ethernet ports (for wired ethernet connections. Nice. If you need more ethernet cabling, use a switch.

    For Mac users, setup is dead simple. Follow the initial instructions for plugging in two ethernet cables. You’ll need the HT-ND006 attached via ethernet, not wifi, since that isn’t set up yet. If your computer isn’t near your broadband source, you might have to proceed with Mac to HT-ND006 first to set up wifi, and then HT-ND006 to broadband. In the Network Preference Pane on the Mac you’ll want to use configure IPv4 via “Using DHCP.” When the powers up you should see an ethernet connection in the list in the Network Pref Pane. to access the router itself to configure it, put […] into the address bar in Safari, and hit enter. That should give you access to the router login page, and use “admin” as the password. Then set it up as a router (it will get internet from your broadband via ethernet, if and when that’s connected, and route to other devices), or as a WISP. BTW, for me to set up WISP I needed to ensure that the HT-ND006 was NOT connected to my RG. WISP means it connects to another wifi source and then passes on that wifi. Since it has to both catch and pitch, as it were, that’s slower than say using an ethernet connection and making say a new wifi network. There are pros and cons to both approaches.

    On the Mac, once connected via Safari, just follow the prompts to setup. You shouldn’t have to do anything in Network Prefs in most cases, it will just set itself up. You’ll need to set a wifi password (don’t use the default ones) for security. Then your wifi devices should just see it. And it will work with mobile devices whatever system they use.

    For ATT folks, note that I had my RG setup to just pass through all traffic.

    Also, note that if you have other routers and stuff going on you may need to tweak the range of addresses assigned, etc. Easy to do in the very nicely designed web interface to the HT-ND006. It cleverly uses a range that likely to be outside one you might already have, avoiding conflicts. Thoughtful. There are some typical networking parameters, but not advanced stuff. It can do web management over the internet, DMZ mode, simple port forwarding, and some other things though. You can save settings, handy for those who might be using this as a portable router, for backup, or in different settings. And it can do firmware upgrades. What it doesn’t seem to have is much in the way of security, like firewall settings. You’d need to use your RG/broadband setup for that perhaps.

    HooToo provided this free to me for an honest review, and I hope this helps.

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  3. 2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    nifty small router, September 27, 2016
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    Mel

    This review is from: Wireless Router, HooToo N300 WiFi Router 2.4GHz, IP QoS, WPS Button, MAC Address & Client Filtering, Parental Control, Bandwidth Control, Compact Profile (Electronics)
    Perfect Router for the small room in a hostel.. u connect it up to the network port and some initial setup and u are in business..

    it does not occupy too much space on a table or a corner on the bookshelf.

    setup was simple and straightforward. Speed and stability of the internet using this router was perfect.. and range was good as i could still use the connection from a friends room separated by 2 walls..

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