‹AC1200 High-Speed: Next generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard
5 Modes in 1: Router, Access Point, Wi-Fi Range Extender, Wi-Fi Bridge and WISP
Backward Compatible: Compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n standards
Concurrent Dual-Band: Wireless connectivity for 2.4GHz and 5GHz
Gigabit: 5-port gigabit Ethernet connectivity
VPN (Virtual Private Network): Access secure, remote networks from anywhere and protect privacy on public Wi-Fi and bypass Internet censorship
USB Port: Storage & FTP file or printer sharing as your own private, secure cloud
Multiple SSIDs & VLAN: Supports up to 10 SSIDs (2.4GHz x 5 & 5GHz x 5) and provides security and protecting confidential or critical network resources (*Access point mode only)
Guest Network: Provides secure & private connectivity while isolating guests from your primary network (*Router mode only)
Smart iQ Setup: Smart, automatic and quick web-based installation with no CD required from any smartphone, iPad, tablet, or PC
iQoS Bandwidth Management: Efficient and effective internet bandwidth management
Modern homes and businesses need high-performance, reliable and secure Wi-Fi. The BR-6478AC V2 dual-band 802.11ac router features the latest 11ac standard for faster, better Wi-Fi and built-in VPN support to make VPN access easy across all of your devices. Easy, secure access to remote networks from anywhere as well as privacy, security and freedom from regional restrictions online. The improved V2 design also features a new USB port for file & printer-sharing across your network. Attach a USB hard-drive for central NAS (Network Attached Storage) access on any device in your network and stream content at lightning, lag-free 11ac speeds.
Next-Generation Wireless Networking The Edimax BR-6478AC V2 router supports the next generation IEEE 802.11ac wireless standard, meaning higher data rates in the 5GHz band. With 300Mbps speeds in the 2.4GHz band and 867Mbps speeds in 5GHz, the BR-6478AC V2 is ideal for HD video streaming and large file transfers. The router is also backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n to ensure compatibility with legacy Wi-Fi devices.