MBR-700 PRO

Wave WiFi Marine BroadBand Router - 8 Source

Wave WiFi Marine BroadBand Router - 8 Source
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MBR-700 Pro Marine Broadband Router - 8 Source

The Wave WiFi Marine Broadband Router (MBR) 700 PRO is a cost-effective Broadband source selector suitable for a sportfish and mega yachts. The MBR- 700 PRO is the central control element for a robust internet communications system, with a powerful Intel 1.8GHz 64 Bit Dual Core Processor with 2 Gigabit of RAM, 8 Gigabit Solid State Drive, Four (4) 1 Gigabit Ethernet Ports, and Four (4) 10/100 Megabit ports allowing for seamless network traffic.

Features:
  • Plug and play setup
  • Content filter
  • Download/upload speed control
  • Allowed IP and MAC addresses
  • Free and controlled Internet access
  • Login page configuration
  • WAN port selection for multiple devices

Firewall
  • Traffic monitoring and blocking of non-approved data traffic

Login Page Customization
  • Branded page, personalized for your yacht
  • Login page access code generator
  • Login code usage reporting

Operation
  • Marine grade equipment suitable for any ship data network environment
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