The O2 wireless box is a wireless home networking router that allows up to ten computers to simultaneously connect to the Internet. The O2 wireless box comes standard with O2 wireless Internet service, and there are different models -- II, III and IV -- which offer enhanced features. With the wireless box, you can connect to the Internet through four Ethernet cable inputs. In addition, the O2 wireless box IV has a USB input where you can plug in a memory stick to instantly share information from the computers on your network.
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O2 Wireless Box
With the standard O2 wireless box, you can connect to the Internet through a wireless local area network (WLAN) or with its four Ethernet ports. The modem is the device that converts the analogue carrier signal into digital information, and the O2 wireless box uses the modem standards of ADSL and ADSL2+. The standard wireless box also supports both IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11b types of standard WLAN connectivity.
O2 Wireless Box II
Like the standard O2 wireless box, the O2 wireless box II uses both IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11b standards of WLAN connectivity, has four Ethernet ports and supports modem standards ADSL and ADSL2+. The O2 wireless box II additionally provides Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and another form of protected wireless access, WPA-PSK encryption.
O2 Wireless Box III
The O2 wireless box III has all the features of II, but adds the IEEE 802.11n interface.
O2 Wireless Box IV
The O2 wireless box IV has two USB inputs which allow for real-time multimedia content streaming with a memory stick or external hard drive. Otherwise, the O2 wireless box IV is the same as model III.
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