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TP-Link Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router TL-WR1043ND

Specifications and Features:100_0008

  • Physical size 20cm x 14cm x 3 cm
  • LAN Ports: 4
  • WAN Ports: 1
  • Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11 N/G/B @ 2.4 GHz
  • USB 2.0 Ports: 1
  • Security Types: WEP/WPA/WPA2. MAC Filtering, SSID Control, SPI Firewall, Dos Protection
  • Antenna: 3
  • Internet Connection Types: Dynamic, Static, PPPoE, PPTP/L2TP


Installing the TP-Link Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router was a painless with the Resource CD.  The disc walked me through setting up my wired desktop and connection type.  The LED’s on the front of the router show port connections, WAN connection, and USB connections making the initial setup a very easy and painless process.  When the installer is complete, it creates a test document with all of the credentials info.  This may not sound like a big deal, but when helping someone who doesn’t know a lot about networking this is a great time saver.




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10 Comments... What's your say?

  1. Is this a review or am i missing something? I can’t find the specs for this product.

  2. @jun i have this router for over 9 months….and i had to restart it only once (whille i was doing setup with it) and signal never drops or anything….speed is MORE THAN FANTASTIC….and those reviews you saw are just of those who complains about it….but millions who bought it and are very happy with it they didnt write any good word about it… in short dont let the FEW OPINIONS change your mind….ofcourse theres always risk you get a faulty one but you can always use warranty to get a new one =)

  3. This is a great site. I think this router is easy to set up

  4. I did do some LAN speed testing while reviewing, but was unable to achieve the mythical 300mbps. However, My LAN speeds (hovering around 100mbps) did not vary when I had 2 or 10 nodes on the network. Prior to writing this review, I’ve had it running for 14 days+ with no need to restart or signal problems. I run the router in PPoE settings.

    I went to Newegg and viewed the reviews: Some said bad signal, some said unreliable or unstable. I have had neither of these problems with the one sent to me during my usage. Based on the reviews of other owners, it’s possible I got a lucky sample.

  5. i wouldn’t call this a review.. you could of written this without even having the hardware.

    wheres the test, bandwidth, throughput, range, snr details, chipset info, etc???

  6. This router is Panned for Poor wireless signal and reception all over newegg, and it seems the only people happy with it were the ones who installed DD-Wrt , you configured this router but you didn’t test it??? WHAT GIVES. I want to know how this thing holds up to testing, otherwise why bother


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