New Wireless Router Lines by Cisco

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New Wireless Router Lines by Cisco

Today, Cisco pronounced two fresh 802.11n wireless router lines that intend to build home wireless networking simpler and further reachable.

The Valet is proposed for the wireless networking trainee; as a substitute of configuring a few couple of settings with the help of a complex Web-based edge, one can use the Cisco Connect software on the integrated Easy Setup Key USB flash drive in order to secure a wireless network with Internet admittance within the span of five minutes.

Once the network is active, plainly plug up the Easy Setup Key in every supplementary computer to organize them to make use of the Wi-Fi network- no control sections or complex passwords are compulsory.

Alternately, Valet Plus acquires the similar efficiency as the Valet, plus 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports and an additional aerial for enhanced wireless exposure. The Valet merchandise line as well comprises of the Valet Connector, a USB Wi-Fi dongle for older computers that do not possess Wi-Fi networking potential by now.

The built-in Cisco Connect software too gives little extra features in addition to the basic network setup, and one can set time and information-based access limits to stop kids and youth from accessing unwanted information, allow further Safe Browsing safety features to caution one concerning possible malware and viruses, and more.


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