The quickest way to access broadband - Walk into your local 3G dealer, purchase a card and router and you can instantly share your connection with around 20 or more devices, including PCs, laptops, WiFi phones, and PDAs. And when you move house, simply take it with you for instant broadband access.
No need for ADSL/cable - It works in any area which has 3G mobile phone network coverage.
Use it to link up your computers at home - Create a network with your computers at home.
Take it with you when you go on holiday - All you need to do is take the 3G router and you can have broadband internet access wherever you are. This is not restricted to Australia - you're connected, as long as the country you are in has a 3G network working in the same band as your 3G card that plugs into the 3G router.
Broadband in the car - Plug your 3G router into a DC converted power supply. No more bored kids on long car trips.
Mobile office solution - You can access the internet when you're not in the office, or create a "virtual office" wherever you hold meetings.
Ideal for remote country areas already serviced by 3G - There are many areas that do not have ADSL/cable but a large proportion of the country is covered by the 3G network. This is the perfect solution for families in remote areas of Australia.
Secure - You can block access to websites, view logs to see what sites your kids are visiting and even schedule what times of the day or week they can access the internet. In addition there are multiple protection measures.
Easy to use and reliable - As reliable as your mobile phone connection and as simple to use. Simply plug a 3G PCMCIA card into the N3G001W and you're on your way to creating your network. After a simple set-up process with the built in web based configuration and management tool you're ready to share your internet access.
Browser-based interface for configuration and management: OS independent, easy-to-use
VPN support: pass through of PPTP, L2TP, and IPSec
Easy to manage: using Web or UPnP utility for system management
Built-in SPI firewall to protect your Intranet, and packet filtering and access control are also implemented. The router provides wireless LAN 64/128-bit WEP encryption security, and WPA/WPA2 and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK authentication and TKIP/AES encryption security. It also supports VPN pass-through for sensitive data secure transmission.
Supports various connection approaches for the ISP such as static IP, dynamic IP (DHCP client), dynamic IP with Road Runner Session Management, PPPoE, unnumbered PPPoE, unnumbered PPPoE+NAPT, MultiSession PPPoE, L2TP, PPTP, and 3G
Allows you to share your 3G service with any wireless enabled desktop or laptop computers. Compatible 3G UMTS/HSDPA or EV-DO PCMCIA Card
NetComm Limited is a publicly listed Australian owned and operated supplier of data communication solutions. NetComm’s product portfolio includes Networking, Routers, Wireless, VoIP and commands the way to emerging technologies such as SHDSL, 3G and Commercial solutions.
NetComm also specialises in managed network services. A service designed to provide small to medium sized businesses with the security, protection and control needed in today’s business environment.
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NetComm is a Sydney based company with offices throughout Australia and New Zealand. Dynalink Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary.