Home Wi-Fi users plagued by poor network coverage will be well served by the new DSL-N10 from ASUS. This combined ADSL modem and 802.11n Wi-Fi router features a high-gain 5dBi antenna for significantly greater signal range, which means users can enjoy wireless network connections in places other routers fail to reach. The built in ISP auto-detect setting makes set up quick and easy, while multiple SSID support allows the DSL-N10 to maintain up to four separate Wi-Fi networks, so different performance and security settings can be mixed to suit different needs.
ASUS Press Release
- The large, high-gain 5dBi external antenna provides greater Wi-Fi coverage than the 2dBi antennae typically used in wireless home routers, which means the DSL-N10’s signal extends to every room of a home or office environment.
- Multiple SSIDs allow users to create up to four independent wireless networks with completely separate security and bandwidth prioritization (QoS) settings.
- True plug-n-surf set up with an intuitive graphical user interface, three-step auto-detection of an ISP’s ADSL settings and WPS support for wireless devices.
Taipei, Taiwan — Home Wi-Fi users plagued by poor network coverage will be well served by the new DSL-N10 from ASUS. This combined ADSL modem and 802.11n Wi-Fi router features a high-gain 5dBi antenna for significantly greater signal range, which means users can enjoy wider wireless network coverage even in hard-to-reach locations.
Enhanced security through four separate SSIDs
The DSL-N10 further enhances wireless security with support for four SSIDs. These allow up to four independent wireless networks to be created, each with their own performance and security settings. As an example, users can operate a secure, high-bandwidth network for personal use alongside a more open, low-bandwidth network for guests, without compromising data privacy.
Compact design, simple set up
The compact design of the DSL-N10 makes it suitable for use in any room, while its ISP auto-detect setting means users will be online within seconds of plugging in to a wall socket. The graphical user interface makes network configuration simple, while WPS (Wireless Protected Setup) makes it easy to set up secure wireless connections between the router and other devices.
Optimized performance for all network applications
ASUS EZQoS settings also enable fast and easy prioritization of network traffic according to need, so low-latency applications like VoIP and online gaming remain free from the lag created by large file downloads.
Wi-Fi: IEEE802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
ADSL: ANSI T1.413 Issue 2, ITU-T G.992.1 Annex A (G.dmt), ITU-T G.992.2 (G.lite), ITU-T G.994.1 (G.hs), ITU-T G.992.3 (G.dmt.bis), ITU-T G.992.5 Annex A/M
WAN ADSL: 1x RJ11
LAN Ethernet: 4x 10/100Mbps RJ-45
Management: Web-based GUI configuration, Auto VPI/VCI detection, Diagnostics, Configuration backup and restore, Log and trace function
Utilities: ADSL settings wizard, Firmware restoration, Device discovery
Security: Built-in NAT and SPI firewall port, IP packet, URL, MAC filter
Encryption: WEP/TKIP/AES/WPA/WPA2, WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
Operating frequency: 2.4GHz
Data rate: Up to 24Mbps for ADSL 2/2+, Up to 150Mbps for Wi-Fi link
Wi-Fi channels: 13
Buttons: Wireless on/off, WPS, reset
Antenna: External 5dBi (detachable)
DC power adapter: AC input – 100-240V (50-60Hz), DC output – 12V/1A