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iConnect Access 624W review: iConnect Access 624W

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The Good Simple setup in most cases. Support for ADSL2/2+.

The Bad Conflicts with Intel ProSET. Single Antennae. Some stupid flaws in installation routine.

The Bottom Line The iConnect Access 624W Wireless Router offers a very simple way to automatically configure your wireless network and home ADSL connection. Read our Australian review.

6.0 Overall

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Design
In physical design terms, the iConnect Access 624W looks like a router. Pretty much any router, in fact. If you pushed us, we'd probably fall over, and after we'd gotten back up, we'd probably grumble a bit and then say that it fairly closely resembles the recently-reviewed TRENDnet TEW-432BRP, albeit in a much darker, less Smurf-friendly blue casing.

The rear of the router houses four 10/100 Ethernet ports, a power switch and an ADSL phone line port. Inside the iConnect Access 624W's box you'll also find a power adaptor, a length of Ethernet cable, line filter and a length of phone cable, along with installation CDs and a small printed quick start guide. As is the norm with most routers, the manual is supplied in PDF format on the CD.

Features
The iConnect Access 624W Wireless Router is a 802.11g wireless router, four port 10/100 wired router and ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ compatible modem.

It supports ATM QoS UBR/CBR/VBR and comes with an inbuilt SPI Firewall, and can act as either a router or wireless bridge via the inbuilt web-based interface.

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