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TRENDnet TW100-S4W1CA 10/100Mbps DSL Cable Broadband Router with 4-port Switch


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About TRENDnet TW100-S4W1CA

The TRENDnet TW100-S4W1CA 4-port Cable/DSL Broadband router provides the easiest and securest way to share your high-speed Cable/xDSL Internet connection. It has four 10/100Mbps half/full duplex switch ports that directly connect to workstations or uplink to another hub or switch.

The TW100-S4W1CA also functions as a firewall for your PC, protecting your computer from hackers. It allows up to 253 users to access the Internet using a single ISP account. By sharing just one TW100-S4W1CA, one IP address and one Cable/xDSL modem, dozens of network users can surf the Internet simultaneously. TRENDnet's Cable/DSL Modem Internet Station is a feature-rich product that provides cost-effective functionality and an easy configuration.

TRENDnet TW100-S4W1CA Features

  • Supports Cable/DSL Modem with Dynamic IP, Fixed IP, PPPoE and PPTP Connection Types
  • Provides NAT (Network Address Port Translation) Firewall
  • Supports Virtual Servers (Port Forwarding) and DMZ
  • Supports Client Filtering by Date/Time (10 Entries and Special Applications Filter (10 Entries)
  • Supports MAC Address Control to Allow or Deny Access (32 Entries)
  • Supports DNS (Domain Name System) Account for Server Mapping and Dynamic DNS Service
  • Supports IPSec and PPTP VPN Pass-Through (when each VPN client connects to a different VPN endpoint)
  • Supports UPnP (Universal Plug & Play)
  • Easy Web Browser Configuration and Remote Management
  • Flash Memory for Firmware Upgrade and Save/Restore Router Configuration
  • Multiple VPN Pass-through sessions for IPSec, PPTP and L2TP
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