WiFi Routers – Wireless System
A WiFi Router, is a wireless device, which provides 2 functions –
It is a router, which provides routing to and from devices which connect to it, and provides an IP Address to all devices to maintain routing to these devices, allowing for PC to PC connections, PC to cellular phone connections and provides all the desired routing in and out to the internet or WAN gateway.
You can think of a WiFi router as being the “air traffic controller” of your network system, providing internal routing to and from external devices and providing continuous command and control to deliver internet traffic, internal routing and internal transfer of video, website interface, and essentially anything to and from your wired or wireless devices. A good router, will seamlessly provide up to 253 network connections, seamlessly treating all WiFi connections as wired devices, allowing for port forwarding to and from any and all devices going to the internet, and also have a good firewall, providing security from external hackers into your system and keeping intruders out of your personal Data.
RadioLabs family of High Power WiFi routers are different than most. We provide EXCELLENT tools, with the ability of broadcasting a wifi signal further than our competitor’s WiFi enabled routers, and allowing tools to provide any function imaginable from a scheduler, to an external website blocking tool, even making it easy to provide dynamic DNS to outside sources to route your video cameras and NVR or DVR to the web, privately and securely. Our routers also offer the latest in WiFi security, allowing for even the most advanced WPA2 PSK, or Enterprise Radius server authentication, which is superior to most wifi traffic on the market. RadioLabs family of routers provide the speed, security and range needed for even the most demanding residential, home office, business or enterprise level wireless routing systems, even offering tools not found in $1200 access points offered.
A router is different than an Access Point and the two terms should not be confused, as an Access Point only provides WiFi access and does not provide any routing in a wireless system.