With the Wireless-N Travel Router for 3G/4G USB Modems from Zoom Telephonics, you have the option to spread wireless internet access from your 3G USB Mobile Broadband modem to your WiFi devices while on the road or someplace more stationary, like the office or home. Unlike the 4501 model from Zoom, this router features built-in Lithium-ion batteries so that you can use the router with your 3G USB modem for up to seven hours without any other cables or wires. That means, you can use the router while in the airport, at a tradeshow, on the road, or wherever you can't readily connect to an AC power outlet. In addition, you can also connect the router with the included adapter if there's an AC socket nearby.
Once you connect your USB 3G Broadband Modem to the router, the router's extended range wireless-N networking capability quickly and easily connects to all your WiFi devices, such as Windows, Macintosh, or Linux computers, iPhones or other WiFi mobile phones, the iTouch, and Blackberries, barcode readers, and game stations including Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DS Lite, and Playstation Portable. In total, the router can connect to Wireless-N, -G, and -B devices. Beyond connecting to your 3G Wireless modem, you can also utilize the router's Ethernet jack to connect to your ADSL or cable modem. That way, you can connect those modems with the router to spread wireless internet access within a given location or you can use the router as a backup for any wired internet connections you might have already established. If you have a 3G USB modem and want to spread wireless internet access to your WiFi devices while at home or on the road, the 4506 Wireless-N Travel Router from Zoom Telephonics is a stellar solution.
- Your 3G USB modem simply plugs into the router
- Allows you to simultaneously connect more than one WiFi-enabled device to the Internet wherever your 3G modem works. Connect your computer, iTouch, mobile phone, game station, barcode scanner, camera, and more
- You can also connect the router to your home or office ADSL or cable modem via an ethernet cable for automatic broadband backup to your wired Internet connection
- You can either connect the router to a power outlet with its included power cube or you can go completely mobile and utilize the router's built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries. These batteries offer up to 7 hours of stand-by operation or 3 hours of active WiFi data transfer
- Supports up to 253 simultaneous users and works with an ever-increasing list of more than 250 different modems
- Supports a wide range of Internet service connection protocols, including static IP, dynamic IP (DHCP client), PPTP, L2TP, PPPoE, and 3G
- Supports wireless LAN security such as 64/128 bits WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) with Pass Phrase, WPA (WiFi Protected Accesss), and WPA2 with Pass Phrase
- Supports Internet security features such as Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) Firewall, Network Address Translation (NAT), Denial of Service (DoS) attack detection, Virtual Private Networking (VPN) pass through, as well as MAC, Packet, and Domain name filtering, and URL Blocking
- Supports advanced features such as Quality of Service (QoS), parental controls like URL Blocking/Filtering and Scheduling Rules. It also supports Virtual Server, Port triggering, DMZ host, Dynamic DNS, and Configuration Backup/Restore
- Includes Range Extender feature
- Conveniently can be setup using the built-in browser interface or you can utilize the router's Plug-and-Play capabilities to immediately start using it