Buffalo router Model WZR-HP-G300NH : Buffalo Technology

Buffalo router Model WZR-HP-G300NH

Buffalo was among the first to produce dual-band 802.11n routers, but it hasn't refreshed its top-end models for some time, instead concentrating on single-band 2.4GHz models.

It seems an odd approach until you look at the performance results. The WZR-HP-G300NH - an unassuming 2.4GHz single-band cable router on paper - blows away much of its competition.

We test using a Lenovo ThinkPad W700, which has a top-end, 3x3 Intel WiFi Link 5300 adapter on board, to ensure maximum performance. At close range this is the fastest single-band 802.11n router we've tested, achieving a transmit rate (from the router to our test laptop) of 123Mbits/sec and a receive rate of 109Mbits/sec.

It also performs brilliantly over longer distances too, with speeds of 46Mbits/sec from router to laptop and 65Mbits/sec when sending files back the other way.

Buffalo WZR-HP-G300N

Four Gigabit Ethernet ports ensure quick wired speeds and eliminate performance bottlenecks. A USB port allows the use of external hard disks and flash drives as network attached storage, with not only media server but also BitTorrent facilities built in. Meanwhile, for business users, there's integrated hardware support for PPTP VPNs.

There are a couple of weak areas. The administrative pages are messy, and if you live in an area with much 2.4GHz interference, you'll miss the flexibility of a 5GHz option.

But for £47 who's complaining? Even non-cable users needn't miss out. Couple it with a DrayTek Vigor 120 Ethernet Modem for use on a BT ADSL setup, and you'll still have change from £100. It's an excellent buy.

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Popular Q&A

Ps3 connection with Buffalo wireless router?

I bought a new wireless router so i could use my ps3 online the router i bought is a Buffalo Airstation turbo G model WHR-G54S i tried setting it up but nearly ended taking a hammer to it instead when the ps3 was going through the settings it got the first one the ip address but failed dns and repeatedly fails dns with an error code i cant remember even tried new dns codes for tiscali but no joy any help would be greatly appreciated.

i kno nothing about setting up the connections for the ps3 but i would have to say try finding what u need n the instructions then following them to the letter. im sure that wont work so try using a default ip address that it shouldda gave the first time u tried it (its usually the ip address thats screwed up). if that doesnt work then youll just hav to try nd find another ip address. good luck.

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