Wave WiFi Multisource Failover Router - Wifi Only
- Wave WiFi MBR500 with Two 2.4GHz Rubber Duck Antennas for the internal AP
- 1 foot Yellow Ethernet: testing cable
- 12 VDC Adapter
- Quick Start Guide
The MBR 500 has an internal access point and is a Multi-Source Failover Router. This means that it can manage multiple sources at a time as well as produce the wireless signal to distribute the data to wireless devices. Our MBR 500 will give you the ability to manage these sources from one easy to access browser based page.
- The Wave WiFi WiMBR 500 has an internal access point and is a Multi-Source Failover Router*
- This means that it can manage multiple sources at a time as well as produce the wireless signal to distribute the data to wireless devices
- The MBR 500 will give you the ability to manage these sources from one easy to access browser based page
- From this page you can manage any additional Wave WiFi devices such as access points and receivers, as well as third party satellite, or cell devices
- Internal Access Point with WPA2 Encryption
- Multiple Source management ex. WiFi, Satellite, Cellular (through Ethernet:)
- Guest port denies access to router interface enabling secure use of internet connectivity
- Port Forwarding
- MAC ID management (Allowance, Blocking or Whitelisting)
- User Access Login Code Management per user or per device
- Data allotment (Capping) and throttling speeds
- One Year Limited Warranty
For further details see Product Brochure
For further details see The Quick Start Guide
* Wireless failover is an automated function in telephone networks and computer networks where a standard hardwired connection is switched to a redundant wireless connection upon failure or irregular closure of a default hardwired connection or component in the network such as a router, server, or computer.
** Actual distance may be affected by the strength and quality of the Hotspot signal, as well as having a clear line of site to the boat.
Note: Availability of public wireless LAN access points may be limited. The transmission speed over the wireless LAN and the distance over which wireless LAN can reach may vary depending on surrounding electromagnetic environment, obstancles, access point design and configuration as well as client design and software/hardware configurations. The actual transmission speed will be lower than the theoretical maximum speed. Wireless connectivity and some features (i.e. VoIP) may require you to purchase additional software, external hardware or services.