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Topic # 179405 7-Sep-2015 13:43
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I'm looking for a cheap travel router that i can use when Im away from home... needs to support:

1. Ethernet WAN port
2. Ethernet LAN port - 1/2 not combined but seperate ports
3. USB port for connect a portable HD to
4. DLNA support for audio and video streaming
5. 802.11n

Does anyone have something good?


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  Reply # 1381146 7-Sep-2015 14:21
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Search up "NEXX WT3020H" on AliExpress. Can run OpenWRT, has 2x 100mbit Ethernet ports, USB and is available for around $15US.

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  Reply # 1381212 7-Sep-2015 15:26
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I could be wrong, but doesn't the Airport Express do all that? (no bluetooth)


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  Reply # 1381224 7-Sep-2015 15:43
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khull: I could be wrong, but doesn't the Airport Express do all that? (no bluetooth)

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