Plug the Hawking HWREN1 AC adapter into any nearby electrical outlet.

Serial Number begins with HEMCHWREN1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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  • Insert the round connector at the end of the AC adapter into the round jack on the rear panel of your HWREN1. Depending on your particular version of range extender, the power jack is either just to the right of the left antenna and labeled "12VDC" -- or it is just to the left of the right antenna and labeled "Power."

    Installation of the HWRN1A is very simple. In a matter of a few clicks with your mouse, the new Mac or PC based Setup Wizard will automatically configure your Wireless Router for internet access. The Hawking Hi-Gain Wireless Router also offers the latest in wireless security, ensuring that your files and network are safe from outside intruders.

  • The Hawking HWRN1A Hi-Gain™ Wireless-300N Router is the best solution for sharing a single broadband Internet connection between the computers in your home or office. Using state-of-the-art wireless-300N technology, Hawking delivers the fastest and furthest possible wireless networking experience. At a high speed of 300Mbps, transferring data files, audio and even video has never been more enjoyable. In large homes and offices, wireless dead-spots are easily eliminated with the Wi-Fi range extending capabilities of the HWRN1A (Up to 5 times the distance of the Airport Extreme Base Station).* Along with wireless connectivity, the HWRN1A has 4 wired 100Mbps Ethernet ports for connecting your computers that do not have wireless access.

    Hawking Tech's Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender (model HWREN1) increases the range of your wireless router. Once you connect it to your router, this range extender intensifies and re-transmits your wireless signal. The amplified signal then reaches parts of your home or place of business that are beyond the normal range of your wireless router. The HWREN1 also increases the speed of your wireless Internet connection. It is compatible with the 802.11b, g and n wireless standards. Once you install the extender on your network, you can enjoy extended Internet access with just about any Wi-Fi-enabled device.

    Post 41 made on Friday March 19, 2010 at 04:56
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     2. Type of device and Firmware versions of al components involved, i.e. Pronto's, extenders, routers etc.
    rfx9600's, tsu9400's, tsu9300. Hawking 300N's, latest firmware in B+G Mode. Fixed IP Addresses. Both on extenders and the rest of the equipment.

    Please try to be more specific here:

    - Hawking has several products containing the name "300N", some of those are not even access points or routers, but WiFi client adapters:

    HWRN2 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router
    HWUN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Adapter with Upgradeable Antennas
    HWUN1A - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Adapter with Upgradable Antennas for Macs
    HWDN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Dish Adapter (For Mac & PC)
    HWDN1A - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Dish Adapter (For Macs)
    HWRN1A - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router
    HWABN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Access Point/Bridge
    HWREN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender
    HOWABN1 - Hi-Gain Outdoor Wireless-300N Multifunction Access Point

    - "latest firmware" is rather vague. The latest version at which point in time ? It's a lot more useful to post the actual version number; in many cases, "latest" depends on the region, as different regions might use different firmwares.

  •  2. Type of device and Firmware versions of al components involved, i.e. Pronto's, extenders, routers etc.
    rfx9600's, tsu9400's, tsu9300. Hawking 300N's, latest firmware in B+G Mode. Fixed IP Addresses. Both on extenders and the rest of the equipment.

    Please try to be more specific here:

    - Hawking has several products containing the name "300N", some of those are not even access points or routers, but WiFi client adapters:

    HWRN2 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router
    HWUN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Adapter with Upgradeable Antennas
    HWUN1A - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Adapter with Upgradable Antennas for Macs
    HWDN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Dish Adapter (For Mac & PC)
    HWDN1A - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N USB Dish Adapter (For Macs)
    HWRN1A - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router
    HWABN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Access Point/Bridge
    HWREN1 - Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender
    HOWABN1 - Hi-Gain Outdoor Wireless-300N Multifunction Access Point

    - "latest firmware" is rather vague. The latest version at which point in time ? It's a lot more useful to post the actual version number; in many cases, "latest" depends on the region, as different regions might use different firmwares.

    The HWREG1 Hawking Range Extender works with your existing wireless router to dramatically increase the strength and range of your wireless network...

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