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Comtrend AR-5381u

details: 802.11n ADSL2+ Router
hardware type: DSL Wireless Router
date added: 2010.05.24
updated: 2012.08.22
The AR-5381u is an 802.11n (300Mbps) wireless ADSL2+ router. AR-5381u has four 10/100 Base-T Ethernet ports, a Wi-Fi switch button and one USB Host, which supports 3G USB dongle. The router provides WAN throughput of up to 24Mbps.

The integrated AP supports WEP and WPA/WPA2 wireless encryption and 802.1x authentication. It is WDS compatible and uses WMM (QoS) to prioritize the traffic over the network. A WPS button allows for easy wireless security configuration.

This router provides VPN pass-through for IPSec, L2TP and PPTP. It features a built-in firewall to protect the network from malicious attacks.
 
 

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 AR-5381u Features
 General
 Availability: currently available
 LAN / WAN Connectivity
 WAN throughput: 24 Mbps
 WAN throughput upstream: 1 Mbps
 WAN ports: 1
 WAN port(s) type: DSL/ISDN/POTS connector (RJ-11)
 LAN ports: 4
 LAN ports type: 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
 LAN ports auto cross-over: yes
 USB port(s): 1
client PCs, support for 3G USB dongle
 Router
 NAT routing: yes
 Multihomed: yes
 Port forwarding: yes
 Port triggering: yes
 DHCP server: yes
 DHCP client: yes
 DHCP relay: yes
 DNS proxy: yes
 QoS: yes
 ToS / DiffServ: yes
 UPnP: yes
 Transparent Bridging (IEEE 802.1d): yes
 Routing Protocols: RIP v1 (static routing, RFC 1058)
RIP v2 (dynamic routing, RFC1389)
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
VLAN tagging (802.1q)
IGMP Multicast (RFC 1112)
 DSL
 DSL compliance: ADSL1 (G.dmt 992.1, G.lite 992.2, G.hs 994.1, DMT T1.413)
ADSL2 (G.992.3, G.lite.bis 992.4)
ADSL2+ (G.992.5)
ADSL2+M (G.992.5 Annex M)
 PPPoE client: yes
 PPPoA client: yes
 Wireless
 Maximum Wireless Speed: 300 Mbps
 WiFi standards supported: 802.11b (11 Mbps)
802.11g (54 Mbps)
802.11n
 Wifi security/authentication: WEP
WPA (TKIP)
WPA2 (AES)
802.1X (EAP-MD5/TLS/TTLS/PEAP)
 WiFi modes: Access point
 WDS compatible: yes
 WMM (QoS): yes
 WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup): yes
 VPN
  IPSec
 IPSec passthrough: yes
  L2TP
 L2TP passthrough: yes
  PPTP
 PPTP passthrough: yes
 Firewall
 Filtering: Domain/URL blocking, IP Address filtering, MAC Address filtering, packet filtering
 Device Management
 Default IP address: 192.168.1.1
 Default admin username: root
 Default admin password: 12345
 Administration: Web-based (LAN)
Remote configuration (WAN)
Quick Setup Wizard
Telnet / CLI
SSH
TFTP (RFC 1350)
 Firmware upgradeable: yes
 Configuration backup/restore: yes
 Misc hardware info
 SNMP support: SNMP v.2
 Links
 Product page: http://www.comtrend.com/links/107$produc...
 Datasheet: http://www.comtrend.com/dbase/upload/Mic...

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by NHGadget - 2013.06.19 15:15
None of the specifications state what radio frequency(s) are used for the wireless. It has been working, and my daughter and son-in-law can even use their phones on it, but I expect to see on the device a frequency and mode specification. I am a licensed radio operator, and I know that the FCC requires some such notification. Where is it?
by Philip - 2013.09.29 02:00
As with all 802.11g and 802.11n devices, the RF operating frequency is the same (you can just look up the specs for allowed power levels).

802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n-2.4 utilize the 2.400 2.500 GHz spectrum. The 2.4 GHz band is divided into 14 channels spaced 5 MHz apart, beginning with channel 1 which is centered on 2.412 GHz. Channels 12-14 have additional restrictions and are not available in the US.
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