Consumers can now use multiple devices on Public WiFi as easily and securely as DSL or Cable connections while at home and traveling.
Caldwell, ID (PRWEB) November 11, 2010
WiFiRanger.com today made available its revolutionary new consumer router, the WiFiRanger which allows traditional connections to the Internet via WAN, as well as 3/4G USB modems, but with the added ability to connect to Public or Private WiFi as well for the Internet backhaul connection.
"As WiFi becomes more pervasive in apartments, communities, resorts, and destination recreation venues, people still need traditional router functionality while using WiFi such as LAN ports, a WPA encrypted wireless network for their own use, and backup capability such as 3/4G. The WiFiRanger puts all that functionality into a simple to use consumer product, and isolates the owner from being directly connected to the Public WiFi System" stated Kelly Hogan, CEO and Founder of WiFiRanger.com
The WiFiRanger automatically scans for Public WiFi, profiles open connections for signal quality, Internet speed, and even determines if a signal is “Filtered,” implying that a login screen is presented to the user. This information is then presented to the WiFiRanger owner within their browser, and allows them to select the preferred connection. Once done, all devices on their private WPA network, or LAN ports then pass through the WiFiRanger and its connection to the Public WiFi, as if they were on a DSL/Cable connection at home.
"We’ve taken the complexity and security issues out of using Public WiFi for real, day to day use. After 6 years supporting the largest Public WiFi network in North America, we understand what is needed to insure effective and secure use of the Public WiFi systems. Our WiFiRanger delivers the needed features at an affordable price.” Hogan continued.
The WiFiRanger sells for $147.50 and is available now at http://www.wifiranger.com
WiFiRanger.com is a subsidiary of LinOra Corporation, a privately held company offering Wireless equipment and Services to WISPS, Telcos, and National Wireless provisioners. All operations are handled out of Caldwell ID.