As more people decide to leave their jobs and set up their own business at home, the demand for a more reliable router, bridge, or access point has become more pronounced. Home owners who are transforming a portion of their houses into small offices want to make sure they can grow their network whenever they need or obtain Internet connection even if they are not physically in their home office.
The RouterBoard 750GL fulfills the needs of current and potential small office/home office (SOHO) users by giving them efficient, scalable, and affordable routing device.
Nifty Little Package
The RouterBoard 750GL comes in a small white plastic case that gives great protection to the internal components of the device, particularly the core processor. It also allows the router to easily blend in to the rest of the items in the home office. It looks professional looking and sleek. With dimensions of 113 by 89 by 28 mm and with weight of 129 grams without the cables, the router is convenient to move around.
5 Fast Ethernet Ports
The RouterBoard 750GL boasts of more power in terms of Internet speed and throughput via the 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports. With them, you can share some of your devices into the network, such as printers and storage devices. You can easily access content, media, and other items within the network. You can also create your desired or needed network architecture without sacrificing the quality of Internet connection.
The router also uses MPLS technology, which means it is capable of creating and managing virtual private networks and traffic. You can also set up the quality of service and prioritize bandwidth use based on your usual Internet activities.
RouterBoard 750GL runs a core processor with 400MHz speed, 64MB RAM, and a RouterOS L4 with up to 200 allowed hotspot active users and 20 user manager active sessions.