Three in One Box
The BiPAC 3300NX supports three different kinds of operating modes: as a router, an AP, or an AP-Client, enabling you to switch to any mode at any time whenever needed. When the device is switched to router mode, you can share high-speed Internet connections with your family or colleagues by connecting it to a 3G USB modem. If there’s already one wireless router existing at your location, the BiPAC 3300NX can be used as an additional Wireless AP for wireless range expansion, by connecting it with the existing wireless router via LAN or wireless (WDS). The BiPAC 3300NX can be used as a wireless 802.11n client by connecting to your PC or notebook in which wireless capability is not available. With two Ethernet ports, the device can serve two PCs or notebooks simultaneously.
Ease of Sharing Anywhere
The BiPAC 3300NX integrated with two USB 2.0 ports offers multiple applications for printer server, Webcam server, FTP server, and Samba server. Your family can share the printer via the BiPAC 3300NX. Just plug in a USB Webcam to set up a surveillance system to monitor any corner of your home. With built-in FTP server, there is no need to install FTP software to upload and download files. Additionally, the built-in Samba server enables you to share your resources with your colleagues in “My Network Place”. It is even easy to build a data center by connecting the BiPAC 3300NX to USB storage devices such as HDD, flash drive, and card reader.
Wireless Mobility and Security
With an integrated draft 802.11n Wireless Access Point, this router delivers up to 3 times the wireless coverage of a 802.11b / g network device and supports a data rate of up to 300Mbps, so that wireless access is available everywhere in the house or at work. The BiPAC 3300NX also supports the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) standard and allows users to establish a secure wireless network by simply pushing a button. If your network requires wider coverage, the built-in Wireless Distribution System (WDS) repeater function allows you to expand your wireless network without the need for any further wires or cables. Multiple SSIDs allow users to access different networks through a single access point. Network managers can assign different policies and functions for each SSID, increasing the flexibility and efficiency of the network infrastructure.