Amped Wireless Products (R10000, SR10000, AP600EX & SR600EX) Review

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Review category: Networking
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The Amped Wireless Products (R10000, SR10000, AP600EX & SR600EX) offer fantastic speed and are affordable. What really sets these product apart from others is the strong wi-fi signal. You'll get a bar to more over even the brand name routers on the market. Their pro series is off the chart with connections up to 1.5 miles away. To make the best of it, these are affordable products.


 

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Anonymous

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I was hoping I might see a review of the AV3000 WiFi Network Bridge since I'm considering buying one to hook up some of my A/V components in my main living room.

Rodney, should you come across one... I'd be thrilled for you to review it. From the user reviews on Newegg, it sounds like a great device (especially for $100); that said, I would trust your review above those placed elsewhere. Keep up the solid work.

All is fair in love and war... just don't cry about it when either of them frags you.

Anonymous

Hi
I am buying the [Netgear N900 router]and the [Amp W SR600EX].
Still not fully relax with the info i collected on the SR600EX
product...

1.Does the SR600EX connect to the N900 after it is powered on and that's it or do the SR600EX need another device for wifi feeding within its 1.5m range...
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2.The SR600EX has 2 cables.1 is for lan connection for lan enable devices.2nd is for what?
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3.What are the best lan cables available today.
I am using a very old lan cable.

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Nice! I'm getting a wireless bridge so I can connect multiple Ethernet devices to a dorm's access point (will be moving to a dorm February).

What I meant is this:

Laptop -> Wireless Bridge -> Wireless (dorm) -> Internet<br /> Phone -/

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From the R10000 manual....

Power: Indicates when the High Power Router is powered on. The LED will stay lit when the
power adapter is plugged into the router.

Wireless Activity: Blinks rapidly when wireless data traffic is transmitted or received over
the wireless network.

Internet Connection: Indicates when the High Power Router is connected to a broadband
modem. The LED will blink when Internet traffic is transmitted or received.

Wired Ports 1-4: Indicates when a networking device is connected to a wired port on the
back of the High Power Router. The LED blinks rapidly when wired data traffic is transmitted
or received.

WPS: Wi-Fi Protected Setup activity. When the WPS mode is activated the WPS LED blinks
as it awaits a connection.

From the SR10000 manual....

Power: Indicates when the High Power Smart Repeater is powered on. The LED will stay
lit when power adapter is plugged into repeater.

Wireless Activity: Blinks rapidly when wireless data traffic is passing through the Smart
Repeater. When there is a problem with the Wi-Fi connection this LED will remain off or
blink steadily.

Wired Devices (1-5): Indicates when a networking device is connected to a wired port on
the back of the High Power Smart Repeater. The LED blinks rapidly when wired data
traffic is transmitted or received.

WPS: Wi-Fi Protected Setup activity. When the WPS mode is activated the WPS LED
blinks as it awaits a connection.

From the AP600EX manual...

a) Power: When lit, the power is on.
b) Wireless Activity: Blinks rapidly when wireless data
traffic is passing through the Pro Access Point.
c) LAN: Shows the connection status and data activity
of your local network (network devices connected to
the Pro Access Point.
d) POE: Shows the connection status of the Network
port on the PoE Adapter
 

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Anonymous

any activity led's on the router or repeater??
thanx..

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Yea, there are a numbers of sweet blue LEDs at the front :)

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