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Digi TransPort AC1000Router, Black (LR54-AA401)
Item #IM18A4180
Model #LR54-AA401
  • High speed LTE Advanced for digital content and business networking applications
  • Powerful dual Wi-Fi radios provide 802.11 b/g/n/ac connection to local users and end devices
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Digi TransPort WR11 XT Wireless and Ethernet Router, Black (WR11-M400-DE1-XB)
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Item #IM15KX361
Model #WR11-M400-DE1-XB
  • No need to separate hardware from your service provider, enjoy fast Wi-Fi speed and save space
  • Link your router traffic to your wired network with the Fast Ethernet port
Routers let mobile devices, computers, laptops, and gaming consoles connect to the internet in the home and office. Consider a Digi router in wired or wireless options that provide connections based on each user's needs. Staples carries a range of routers that keep internet-ready devices connected at the proper transfer speeds for optimized performance.

Consider Digi Router Options
Routers come with different configurations and features that benefit home and business users. Wireless options work over 2.4 and 5 GHz bands, ensuring each device connects at the proper speed. There are industrial units that connect over 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, and LTA-Advanced wireless for improved performance on a range of devices. Routers with virtual private network (VPN) capabilities let workers access the network when working offsite. Choose options with multiple Ethernet ports for direct connections that don't rely on wireless signals. Models with quality of service programs prioritize traffic, providing optimized transfer rates for specific devices and programs.

Choose Industry-Specific Digi Routers
Digi routers for specific industries support industrial applications and maintain critical infrastructures. Digital oil field options deliver secure connections using SureLink, multiple SIM card slots and VRRP+ protocol. These options include support for 4G LTE and global HSPA+ certifications for use with major carrier networks. Models for industrial and commercial metering feature serial, Ethernet and input/output ports that let users connect a range of field assets. Units with Digi Remote Manager provides network analytics, security management, and configuration from a centralized location for simplified controls. There are options with enterprise routing features that offer security features, data encryption and logging functions for improved control over distribution automation.

What Wireless Interfaces Are Available With Digi Routers?
Routers come with interfaces that support 802.11 B, G, N, and AC connections. Units with wireless GPS features keep public transit and fleet vehicles connected for quick mapping and routing. Wireless 802.11ac routers that provide backwards compatibility for older technologies work with current devices and ensure replacement laptops, computers and mobile units receive the proper transfer speeds.

When Is a Wired Digi Router a Good Option?
Wired routers provide direct connections that increase response times and maximize productivity. Direct router connections improve security, eliminating the chance of outside access to information and bandwidth with proper security protection. Wired options are an ideal choice in locations with only a few computers or devices that require internet, while wireless models provide signals in large spaces with multiple floors and users.

What Are the Differences in Wireless Interfaces?
Wireless interface standards change frequently, resulting in higher speeds. The current standard is 802.11ac, which delivers up to 2.6Gbps on some units. Many devices still use the previous 802.11n technology that provides connection speeds up to 450Mbps. There are older devices still in use that connect using 802.11a/g, with transfer rates up to 54Mbps. When choosing a Digi router wireless standard, remember that actual speeds are dictated by the device, and can't be improved by the router. Keep in mind that going with the current standard with backwards compatibility features reduces the need for purchasing new routers when replacing old devices and maximizes equipment budgets.