Kyocera KR1 EVDO Portable Router

The KR1 from Kyocera is a 4-port switch that comes with a slot for your cellphone's EV-DO PC card. This fully-fledged 802.11g wireless router made by D-Link allows you to use your cellphone as a modem by connecting it to the USB port. Setting it up is dummy-proof, just plug any activated EV-DO card behind […]

The KR1 from Kyocera is a 4-port switch that comes with a slot for your cellphone's EV-DO PC card. This fully-fledged 802.11g wireless router made by D-Link allows you to use your cellphone as a modem by connecting it to the USB port. Setting it up is dummy-proof, just plug any activated EV-DO card behind the router and plug the KR1 into an outlet. Proceed by turning the notebook on and connect to the KR1 wireless network. Sprint allows its users to utilize broadband connection via their notebooks, offering extra value for their users as compared to Verizon.

• Enables wireless broadband network with 1xEV-DO PC card or phone
• Supports high rates up to 2.4 Mbps (typical download speed of 400-700 Kpbs)
• Four Ethernet ports for wired connection
• 802.11b/g for wireless connection
• Advanced firewall and security control
• Easy configuration and set-up
• Smooth migration to future 1xEV-DO releases
• Built-in 10/100 Mbps switch with 4 Ethernet ports
• Automatic receipt of IP addresses with DHCP server
• Easy setup and management of secured LAN with WPA-PSK (WiFi protected access with Pre-Shared Key)
• Access Control to manage users
• NAT with VPN pass-through
• Industry-leading firewall security
• User-friendly configuration and diagnostic utilities
• Operates in 2.4 GHz frequency range
• OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) technology

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