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Do 802.11ac and 802.11n products work with each other? ›
Products that support 802.11ac are backwards compatible and can be used in combination with 802.11n devices.
Does a router replace the modem?›
No, the router must be connected to a cable or DSL modem.
What kind of modems do Sitecom routers work with?›
Sitecom routers work with external cable, DSL and fiber modems featuring Ethernet ports.
What operating systems are compatible?›
Sitecom routers are compatible with all operating systems.
Why do Sitecom routers have internal antennas? ›
The antennas are fully incorporated into the housing and positioned so that optimal coverage is guaranteed. With a router with external antennas you will have to ensure that they are optimally aligned, using a Sitecom router with internal antennas this has already been done for you.
What is OPS?›
All the Sitecom Wireless (modem) routers and wireless USB adapters have OPS (One Push Set-up) technology, which you can use to create a secure wireless network with the push of just one button.
What is the advantage of Gigabit? ›
Gigabit switches offer a wired speed of 1000 Mbps; ideal for demanding applications such as streaming HD-content and sharing large files.
What is the advantage of Dual-band? ›
Dual-band (modem) routers offer two wireless frequencies: the standard 2.4 GHz band and the less crowded 5 GHz band. The 5 GHz band offers uninterrupted performances for time-sensitive applications such as streaming HD-videos and online gaming. All Sitecom Dual-band (modem) routers are Simultaneous Dual-band which means that you can use the two bands at the same time.