Wednesday, 21 December 2016

WS 319 Huawei – Review

Huawei, one of the manufacturers of network devices and the world's leading mobile, some time ago introduced Datascrip as their networking wireless device distributor in Indonesia. As an initial step, the Huawei and Datascrip introduced several products, one of which is the Media Router WS319. The device is intended as an entry-level device with a standard Wireless N speeds up to 300 Mbps. Last month, the Datascrip gives us a chance to try out the capabilities of the low cost router. How the capabilities they have? We will try to discuss in the following article!

Sales package
Huawei wireless network from the device is packaged in white boxes - blue, which although modest impression remains structurally strong enough. On the front side of the box, there is photo of the device and also the explanation of some of the main features of the device. Meanwhile, on the back side there is a specification information and explanations related to other features. The ws319 huawei is one awesome product.
Media Router WS319 device itself has a size that is not too great with designs that only allows the placement of the device horizontally on a table or vertically on a wall by utilizing existing holes for nails. WS319 equipped with two antennas with a length approximately equal to the length of the device. The presence of two antennas that allow the device has a maximum bandwidth of 300 Mbps.
For a network connection using a cable, WS319 dilengapi with 5 Ethernet ports, 1 WAN and 4 pieces for LAN. Quite unfortunate, Huawei is still using a standard Gigabit Ethernet to their router's. It was apparently intended to suppress the price of entry-level router.

In addition to the Ethernet port on the rear side of the device there is also a DC-in port for resources. However, one interesting thing, we did not find the USB port on this device. We were quite surprised, considering Huawei label "Media Router" for this device, which is in the shadow of us it marks this router has the ability of media servers that are generally taking the source of USB-based storage.

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