Techly Wall Plug Wireless Router 300N Wall Repeater2

Nowadays we cannot imagine a day without the internet. The Internet plays an important role in our day today life. In accordance with the need. we have a brand new product. Yes, your thoughts about our product based on the above description are right, Techly Wireless Router 300N is an all-new portable( wireless ) router – Wall Plug Wireless Router 300N Wall Repeater2. A router is a networking device that forwards data packets between computer network.

Let us understand this by a very general example, suppose you search for in your web browser then this will be a request which will be sent from your system to the google`s server to serve that webpage, now your request which is nothing but a stream of packets don`t just go the google`s server straightaway they go through a series of networking devices known as a router which accepts this packets and forwards them to correct path and hence it reaches to the destination server.

Our product is a portable and wireless router which provides a wide range of internet to a particular distance with strong wifi field. Now let us get to know about the setup and installation, types of modes, updation of firmware, methods to reset the router, and few issues of it.


Standard: IEEE 802.11b / g / n, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u

  • Supports Router, Client, Bridge, Repeater (Range etxtender), AP mode
  • Provides 1-port 10 / 100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet WAN
  • QoS assures the quality of VoIP and multimedia stream
  • Wireless N speed up to 300Mbps and backward compatible with 802.11b / g
  • Frequency range: 2.412-2.472GHz
  • Supports SSID broadcast control, WMM and WMM-APSD
  • Supports 64/128/152-bit WEP, in accordance with 128-bit WPA (TKIP / AES),
  • The user interface supports free software update via WEB
  • Supports configuration file backup and restore
  • Setup Wizard and easily


  1. Firstly, decide where to place the router
  2. Connect to the Internet
    Attach the router to a cable – or choose a mesh router
    Check the router’s LED lights
    Test the connection with a device
  3. Configure the wireless router gateway.
  4. Connect gateway to router
  5. Use ap.setup or on web dashboard
  6. Create a username and password
  7. Update the router’s firmware
  8. Create a Wi-Fi password
  9. Use auto-configuration tools where possible
  10. Finally, setup security

Techly 300N repeater modes :


Access Point mode is when you want to connect the router up to an Internet source via a cable. This differs from the default method of connecting to the Internet; while the default method plugs directly into the Internet, using Access Point mode allows you to connect it via cable to, perhaps, another router. Using Access Point mode is ideal if you want to extend the WiFi range, but the router you’re using to extend it isn’t too far away from the main central router.

The cable will ensure you get the best possible speeds between the access point and the central hub, and you don’t have to worry about anything interfering with a WiFi signal. This is a great choice if you want to extend your home connection past something like a solid wall that’s blocking WiFi connections. Simply connect the router to the central hub, place it on the other side of the wall, and put it in access point mode.


Repeater mode is not too different; it performs the same role as Access Point mode, but the key is that it talks over WiFi instead. As such, this doesn’t get around obstacles as well as an access point does. Moreover, while an access point can be put in front of an obstacle, a repeater will need to be angled around it. However, the benefit of repeaters is that they don’t need a cable to connect to the central hub.

This means if the problem with your WiFi is purely tied to distance, a repeater can be placed at the halfway point to help extend your signal. If you’re signed up to an ISP that allows you access to a public-broadcast WiFi signal, you can use a router in repeater mode to pick up the signal and beam it to your household. This is particularly useful if your Internet goes down for some reason!


Follow the short process below for the best possible chance of improving the situation. Rebooting this way works with most makes and models of routers and modems.

  1. First of all, unplug the techly wireless router 300n and the modem. If you have other managed network hardware, such as network switches, unplug that hardware. Unmanaged devices can be left powered on, but use your judgment if you think these might be part of the problem.
  2. Wait at least 30 seconds. This time lets the devices cool down and indicates to your ISP, computers, and other devices that the router and modem are offline. This step may not be necessary if you know what the problem is with the connection. Restart the router and modem when you don’t know what’s wrong.
  3. Plug in the modem. If it doesn’t power on in the first few seconds, press the Power button. The modem is the device that your connection to the internet attaches to. For example, with cable-based internet service, the modem attaches to the coax cable from outside the home
  4. NOTE:Wait at least 60 seconds. During this time, the modem authenticates with your ISP and is assigned a public IP address.
  5. Plug in the router. Some routers may require that you press a Power button. On a combination modem-router, skip this and the next step. The software in that device initiates things in the proper order. The router is physically connected to the modem, so the device next to the modem is probably the router. Not all routers have an antenna, but many do, so if you see one or more of those, that’s probably the router.
  6. Wait at least 2 minutes. This gives the router time to boot up. It also gives computers, smartphones, and other devices that use the network time to get new private IP addresses assigned by the DHCP service in the router.
    If you turned off the power for switches or other network hardware, power those back on. Then, wait a minute. If you have several devices, power them on from the outside-in, based on your network map.
  7. Lastly, when the router and modem restart, test to see if the problem went away.

LED status on Techly repeater

Those lights on your router or cable modem aren’t just there for show. Techly repeater lights convey information about the status of your internet connection. Here’s how you can use them to troubleshoot problems. You may have noticed that your router and modem have, like, a ton of constantly blinking lights on them. Actually, I was being facetious saying “you may have noticed” because these lights are totally obvious. What isn’t obvious is what the hell the purpose of these lights is. When you lose the internet, here’s how you can use some of them to troubleshoot the problem.

On a router:

Most routers have a single light dedicated solely to the status of the internet connection. This light is often labeled as the Internet, WAN, or marked with a symbol of a globe or a satellite flying around a globe. In most cases, this light needs to be lit solid (white, green, or amber) or flashing to show that internet activity is happening. But if it’s off or red in color, then it’s time to check to make sure that the network cable that connects the router’s WAN (Internet) port (often on the back of the router) to the modem is plugged in and not broken in any way. If the cable is all fine, then it’s time to check your cable or DSL modem’s light.

On a modem (or a router/modem combo)

Similar to routers, most modems (both Cable and DSL) have a light dedicated to the broadband connection. This light is often labeled as Online, Cable, Sync, or Signal and usually has a symbol similar to the internet light on a router as mentioned above. Under normal conditions, this light should be solid green (or amber).

If it’s off, red, or flashing constantly (it’s OK if it flashes for a short time, like less than a minute, after a reboot) then check to make sure the service cable, either the phone line (DSL) or the coaxial cable (cable internet) is securely plugged in and not broken. If the cable is fine, then you should call the service provider (and tell them about the status of the light) because there’s nothing you can do on your own at that point to fix the problem


  • Mismatched Wi-Fi Security Settings.
  • MAC Address Restrictions.
  • Loose or Disconnected Cables.
  • Overheating or Overloading.
  • Wireless Signal Limitations.
  • Defective or Outdated Hardware or Firmware.


  • Update your router’s firmware. The reason to do this step is twofold.
  • Look for interferences. Routers often compete for airwaves with other household devices.
  • Change channels.
  • Put the kids and guests on their own network and enable QoS.
  • Get an updated router.
  • Try a Mesh network.
  • Check your security.
  • Change location.


1. Connection:

The primary function of a router is to share a single network connection among different machines. Using these multiple users can be connected to the internet so that overall productivity can be increased. Besides that routers also functions to connect different network architectures and medias.

2. Security:

Having a router is surely a first step towards securing a network connection. Because connecting to the internet directly with a modem exposes your PC to a variety of security threats. Therefore routers can be used intermediately between 2 networks so that the environment is secure to some extent. While this is not a replacement for an antivirus or a firewall, certainly it is worthy.

3. Dynamic Routing:

For facilitating internetwork communication, the router uses dynamic routing techniques. Dynamic routing determines the best path available for the internetwork. And also it creates broadcast and collision domains. This can overall reduce network traffic.

4. NAT Usage:

Routers take use of Network Address Translation (NAT). With NAT routers can share the connection by using a single public IP address and share of UDP ports. Moreover, it is almost impossible for large companies to connect to the internet without NAT.


1. Speed:

Unlike repeaters and bridges, routers do not just read 2 layers of information. It completely analyzes data from the physical to the network layer. As a result, the connection could become slow. Moreover using routers, multiple computers can share the network for which the router undergoes a situation known as ” Connection Wait ”. This possibly slows the connection more.

2. Cost:

Routers are costly more than any other networking device. This includes a hub, bridge, and security. Therefore routers are not always the greatest option in terms of cost.

3. Reliability:

Not all the time routers are reliable. Still some modern devices use 2.4GHz spectrum which frequently gets disconnected. Moreover, most at times these types of disconnections are experienced by the people residing in flats and apartments.

5. Implementation:

A typical router requires lots of initial configurations and NAT to setup. And also even for the simplest connection, there should be a private IP address assigned. If there are more services enabled it needs more configurations as well. This in essence creates more complications in the setup.