Overview The HP 6600 Router Series is a family of high-performance WAN routers, ideal for campus and data center WAN edge and aggregation deployments. These...... more
Overview The HP 6600 Router Series is a family of high-performance WAN routers, ideal for campus and data center WAN edge and aggregation deployments. These routers are built with a multi-core architecture offering distributed or centralized processing to help balance performance and cost. The HP 6600 series delivers robust routing, security, full Layer 2 switching, and modular high-density WAN and LAN interface options, all integrated in a single high-performance routing platform. In addition, the HP 6600 Router Series features robust carrier-class reliability capabilities to help minimize disruption from network or system failures. Features Quality of Service (QoS) Traffic policing: supports Committed Access Rate (CAR) and line rate Management Management interface control: provides management access through modem port and terminal interface, as well as in-band and out-of-band Ethernet ports Connectivity High port density: provides up to 16
RME Madi Router, Audio-Router with TFT-Display, 12 bridged MADI streams, including, 4 composed MADI streams, On-screen routing in 8-channel groups, 12 MADI ports (4 x optical, 4 x coaxial, 4 x twisted pair), Redundant power supplies, Word Clock I/O, USB
RME Madi Router
Postage & Packaging: £2.00 Availability : refer to website
The HP A-MSR20-1x Series is a set of full-featured, economical routers designed for converged WAN, wired, and wireless LAN traffic at enterprise branch...... more
The HP A-MSR20-1x Series is a set of full-featured, economical routers designed for converged WAN, wired, and wireless LAN traffic at enterprise branch locations and small to medium-sized businesses. They deliver high performance while reducing complexity, simplifying management, and increasing control. These routers enable an agile and flexible network infrastructure that can quickly adapt to changing business requirements, while delivering integrated, concurrent services on a single, easy-to-manage platform.
Routers and Router Tables (Tool Smarts) - Editor Randy Johnson
Routers and Router Tables Offers the information you wanted to know about choosing a router, making a router table, using a router to shape wood and making...... more
Routers and Router Tables Offers the information you wanted to know about choosing a router, making a router table, using a router to shape wood and making joints using a router. This book includes plans for four complete router tables and routing work stations, as well as dozens of photo illustrated shop tips and router table add-ons. Full description
Router Projects for the Home: The Best from "Router Magazine": The Best from "Router Magazine" - The Router magazine
Router Projects for the Home These projects, taken from "The Router" magazine, are aimed at those wishing to create well-designed projects in wood. Weekend...... more
Router Projects for the Home These projects, taken from "The Router" magazine, are aimed at those wishing to create well-designed projects in wood. Weekend projects include a bathroom cabinet, a picture/mirror frame, a fire surround and a bedside cabinet. More challenging projects include an extending dining table. Full description
...Since moving to a new job recently and into a brand new building we have had a whole new broadband networking system installed. The main computers are hardwired into workstations but the staff need to move around the building and each floor so require a wireless connection. The Netgear router was bought by me, being in charge of these matters, under very false advice and has been a complete waste...
Advantages: A great way to network up your house and share the internet Disadvantages: A pain to set up with cabling
...For a family to own a PC at home is almost second nature today. To own 2 or 3 different computers is nothing unusual. But powering all 3 with its own Modem and internet connection can prove costly and much congestion on the phone line.
But now the answer to your problems is here. A router and modem all in one that can distribute internett access to all parts of the house from one box...
Advantages: Easy to install and configure Disadvantages: Very few 'instructions' on security
...When it came to installing a router I didn't have a clue what I was doing! It was a pure impulse purchase, and I was worried when I got home that I might have trouble setting it up. The cd that came with the router made it extremely easy to figure out, though it would have been nice to have a small manual too (these can be downloaded from Linksys site).
When I bought my WRT54GS router for £49...