TP Link TL-WR840N Router Feature:
300Mbps wireless transmission rate ideal for both bandwidth sensitive tasks and basic work
Supports Access Point mode to create a new Wi-Fi access point
Supports Range Extender mode to boost the existing wireless coverage in your room
Parental Controls manage when and how connected devices can access the internet
IPTV supports IGMP Proxy/Snooping, Bridge and Tag VLAN to optimize IPTV streaming
compatible with IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6).
Guest Network supplies separate access for guests while securing the home network.
TP Link TL-WR840N Router Spec:
IEEE 802.11n/b/g 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz: 300 Mbps (802.11n)
||2 Bedroom Houses
2× Fixed Antennas
||1× 2.4 GHz Guest Network
||Wi-Fi Router TL-WR840N
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
Quick Installation Guide
|WiFi Transmission Power
TP Link TL-WR840N Router Review:
The TP-Link TL-WR840N router supports an IEEE 802.11 n or WiFi 4 standard that is somewhat out of date for 2020– IEEE 802.11 n or WiFi 4. In terms of performance, it’s comparable to the presently de-factored 802.11 ac or WiFi 5 and the more cutting-edge 802.11 ax or WiFi 6. Two generations behind the most latest standard aren’t all that awful when you consider the internet needs for the vast majority of Ugandan home users, where I live.
With stated transfer rates of 300Mbps, this WiFi router will perform well in a market where even the most promising Internet Service Providers are limited to 50Mbps. My Liquid Home internet connection, for instance, has never exceeded 26Mbps in speed. In my testing, I connected at least six devices to the TP-Link TL-WR840N router, containing three cellphones, two laptops, and a smart TV, and there were no symptoms of cracking.
TP Link TL-WR840N router has four different operating modes, which is rather excellent. It may be used in a variety of modes, including things like router mode, access point mode, range extender mode, and WISP mode.
TP Link TL-WR840N router mode, which is also the default mode, is described below. In this case, the router is used to provide internet access to all of the connected WiFi devices. Apart from providing internet access, the router may be used for a variety of additional functions, like sharing a printer or streaming local media through a compatible DLNA media server, like Plex.
You may use the Access Point Mode to turn this little router into an access point for your network (AP). An Access Point connects to a host internet router through an Ethernet connection and distributes internet access to wireless WiFi devices that connect to it over that connection. They are typically utilized in large buildings where a single router can not service all of the devices connected to it.
With a price tag of around $ 15, the TP-Link TL-WR840N is a low-cost router that is suitable for basic tasks. With wireless N speeds of as high as 300Mbps, easy secure encryption with a WPS node, and IP-based bandwidth control, this is a great option if you need to buy a new router.