TP-LINK N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router (TL-WNDR4300) Review

Others/Networking Gear by stefan @ 2012-09-04

The new N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router from TP-LINK is feature rich, provides decent speeds in wireless environment and comes at a very affordable price. The GUI which can be accessed via the browser is not as attractive as the competition and most of the modifications in a page require a router system reboot.

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A Closer Look Contd.

The router plastic chassis is quite large compared to the routers we have looked upon in the past and features another logo in the center; its shape is interesting and the top is mostly made from shiny black plastic:




By looking at an angle, we can also discover the holes left there for ventilation:




On the frontal side, all status LEDs are present for:



-System Status

-Wireless 2.4GHz

-Wireless 5Ghz

-Ethernet Ports 1,2,3,4

-WAN Port






On the back, we have most of the ports present; the left side welcomes us with the first antenna port, DC-IN port, the On/Off button, one Wireless On/Off switch, two USB ports with activity LEDs, along with the WAN port:





On the right we’ve got two additional antenna ports, along with the 4 covered LAN ports and a WPS/Reset button:





The back side of the router has multiple ventilation holes and a central sticker:




The sticker will give us information like model number, power rating, serial number, MAC and default Wireless Password/PIN:




As documentation, we will notice two Purchasing Guides with other products sold by TP-LINK, a disk with documentation and the Easy Setup Assistant, some notices regarding the 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks usage in EU, another leaflet regarding GNU General Public License and, of course, the Quick Installation Guide:




The manual explains how to proceed with the hardware and software configuration, to get our network online as soon as possible:





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