Compex is an established, yet forward-thinking company in the networking, wireless and telecommunications industry. The company was founded in 1987 and focuses on designing, development and manufacturing a complete line of networking products for the home, SOHO, broadband, and WLAN market needs.
The NetPassage 26G is a notable addition to the wireless wave of broadband routers that is sweeping the current home/SOHO market. It comes with a number of unique features that set it aside from the competition: USB Print/Webcam server, optional SPIfirewall and Pseudo VLANs, what can this router really do ? It is a wireless-G router (54 Mbps) with a built-in 4-port switch. It comes with dual USB ports that can support a Webcam and a tracker pod, or a printer. This unit allows not only for seamless integration between wireless and wired networks at an affordable street price, but also for a wireless print and/or webcam server, think of the possibilities !
Together with the router, we tested a matching Compex iWavePort Wireless "G" PC card that according to Compex provides wireless access up to 1000 feet (with an external antenna). Both the Network Card and router sport the Prism Nitro technology that supposedly more than doubles their wireless performance compared to similar products. Will they live up to our high expectations ? First things first....
What's in the box(es)
A "Quick Install Guide" with wall-mounting template.
CD ROM with drivers, configuration utilities and User Manuals