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Buffalo Americas, a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of wired and wireless networking and network and direct attached storage solutions, today announced a refreshed lineup of the AirStation™ HighPower line of wireless routers and access points with the introduction of WZR-600DHP, WZR-300HP and WHR-300HP. This comprehensive refresh includes firmware enhancements to Buffalo's award-winning HighPower technology along with a new setup process that allows router configuration from smartphone and tablet devices, further improving performance, range and usability.

The refreshed trio of AirStation HighPower wireless routers ships with an updated version of DD-WRT firmware pre-installed and Buffalo firmware is available for free from the Buffalo downloads site. These updated firmware versions, also available to select legacy models as an example of Buffalo's commitment to existing users, provide greater stability and increased performance for better overall functionality. Additionally, the refreshed collection touts a new user setup and a printed admin and access card designed for simple configuration in just a few steps. Once the router is physically connected and powered, the unit will automatically detect the Internet connection allowing users to set the SSID and password along with administrative credentials. Within minutes of opening the box users will have a secure, stable, high speed wireless network without the pains of configuring complicated settings.

"This product refresh provides our customers a unique blend of class-leading features and outstanding performance for an enhanced user experience and greater wireless capabilities, " said Brian Verenkoff, director of product marketing at Buffalo Americas (USA), Inc. "By introducing these performance upgrades across an existing lineup we're setting an example of dedication to our current customers as well as laying a foundation for future AirStation generations."

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Popular Q&A

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How to change a password on a Wireless Router?

A while ago I bought a wireless router: Cisco Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router; and I haven't used it until now. But when I had it set up with Verizon and made a password, the password was saved onto the computer I was using, which I don't have anymore.
So now I am out of luck because I have no clue what the password is, so I was wondering if there was a way to change it?
Thanks :)

Reset the router from the back there is a little hole you can use a pin to puncture it. Hold it for like 10 seconds down and the router resets back to factory defaults...
Then use the SSID Passcode printed on it... or log on to the router and create your own.

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