5Mbits at 1m, 109. The WZR-1166DHP is really simple to use. At around a little below 100, the WZR-1166DHP is reasonably priced for an 802.7Mbit/s at 1m, 36.
It’s a standard Ethernet router, without an ADSL or VDSL modem built into it, which makes it ideal for use with cable or fibre services where you’re given a modem and left to receive on with it. At the back of the router are a four-harbor Gigabit Ethernet switch and a Gigabit Ethernet WAN harbor. We were pleased to find that there’s an eject button just above it, so you can safely remove connected USB disks without having to log into the router’s web interface to unmount them. Using our laptop’s built-in Centrino 2 wireless chipset, we saw 2.
4Ghz test, we got speeds of 69. We were pleased to find that our laptop could connect to the router in 5GHz mode without our having change the router’s settings, but its performance was mediocre: 41.4GHz transfer speeds of 46Mbit/s at 1m, 36. However, the Tenda W1800R also performs well and costs a fair bit less.
4GHz 802.5Mbit/s at 20m; every fairly respectable. The Buffalo WZR-1166DHP is a simultaneous dual-band router with both a 2. The router is, like most AC models, fairly chunky, but its matt black finish means that it can be stuck in a dark corner without being too noticeable.
Above those is a USB3 harbor which you can use to connect a printer or external difficult disk. Using Buffalo’s own dongle made a massive difference to both 2.6Mbit/s at 20m.11ac router, while its sound performance, excellent interface and broad-ranging features make it one of the best we’ve reviewed to date.
In our 2.4GHz networks as such, rather than as A and G.8Mbit/s at 10 and a failure to hold a connection at 20m. Meanwhile, the advanced settings include options to customise a wireless guest network, run a media server as download content via an integrated BitTorrent client, as well as the usual harbor forwarding and IP filtering options you’d expect to find in any decent router.
6Mbit/s at 20m, while its 5GHz transfer speeds were very fast: 158.1Mbit/s at 1m, 87Mbit/s at 10am and 43. It would have been even more convenient and less confusing to some if Buffalo had labelled its 5GHz and 2.7Mbit/s at 10m and 47.
The web interface’s main page makes it simple to adjust critical features, such as your wireless settings and passwords, free Norton ConnectSafe content filtering and QoS to determine what nice of content gets priority access to your internet connection, whether it’s video, voice or games.11n and a 5GHz 802.1Mbits at 10m and 11. In a well-considered design touch, as well as the copy of the default Wi-Fi password on the bottom of the router, its also on a removable plastic slip that you can take to the computer youre trying to connect.
11ac wireless network, with the latter having a theoretical maximum throughput of 866Mbit/s.4GHz and 5GHz performance.