U.S. Robotics makes wireless networking fast and easy. Exclusive U.S. Robotics Accelerator Technology provides the performance of 54 Mbps send and receive data at speeds comparable to 54 Mbps wireless products! Start accessing the Internet from almost anywhere go wireless and extend the reach of the Internet throughout your home or office. The U.S. Robotics family of 22 Mbps wireless networking products includes 256-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption for superior security and to protect your privacy and important data from hackers: the 22 Mbps Cable/DSL Router and Wireless Access Point also incorporate MAC address authentication for even more protection. Compatible with all 54 Mbps 802.11g draft standard and 11 Mbps 802.11b wireless standard products, U.S. Robotics 22 Mbps wireless products automatically adjust to the fastest rate possible to always provide you with the speed you need.
Network Architecture Supported: IEEE 802.11b
Device Type: Wireless Access Point Dipole Antenna
Frequency Band: 2.47 GHz
Product Title: US Robotics U.S. Robotics 2249 Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: US Robotics
Power Score: 1.0 | 1 Review
Wireless Security Features: 64/128/256-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption
Number of Network Ports: 1
Class: Network Hardware
Features: Integrated Antenna
Height: 1.50 in
Width: 9.33 in
Depth: 5.50 in
Weight: 7.52 oz
Warranty Information: 2 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Base Warranty: 2 year(s)
Labor Warranty: 2 year(s)
Network OS Support: Microsoft Windows 95
Network Status Indicators: Link Status, Power
Parts Warranty: 2 year(s)
Interfaces: 1 x RJ-45 10Base-T
Speeds Supported: 22 Mbps
Dimensions: 1.50" Height x 4.50" Width x 5.50" Depth
Product Reviews (1)
My USR 11 mbs. card would NOT work...
Weakness: Hard to configure. NO security tab in software! NO toll-free support! E-mail support is pitiful!
My USR 11 mbs. card would NOT work with this WAP until I updated the driver and the bios on the card. This unit takes considerable time to get the attenna oriented well to get the best connection (at all of 15 feet through 2 walls). Even at 15 feet and a clear path, signal strength was 80% at best! I have written a letter to USR, but they have ignored it!
By longbrain - Aug 29, 2002