Asus RT-N12 powered by Sabai OS

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  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router
  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router Front
  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router Side
  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router Back
  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router
  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router Front
  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router Side
  • Asus RT-N12 VPN Router Back
$144.99
  • VPN Accelerator 4.0
  • VPN Router Pre-Configuration

Description

Asus RT-N12 Router Overview

The Asus RT-N12 was designed for use in small homes, but is equally at home in a medium sized apartment. The two detachable antennas connect to inbuilt signal amplifiers to offer increased performance at longer ranges, so you don’t need to worry about losing your WiFi signal when you leave the room.

The RT-N12 operates on 2.4GHz and offers speeds of up to 300Mbps, so will stream HD video and online games with ease over the WifFi network and it also has 4 ethernet ports for very stable wired connections to for your stationary devices.

The small size of the RT-N12 means it can be placed out of the way, and is easy to move around with if you need to throw it into a bag for travelling. This particular router does not have a USB connection, so certain NAS setups won’t work, although a wireless or ethernet NAS will be just fine.

The Asus RT-N12 from Sabai OS comes with our exclusive firmware built in, giving you the advanced capabilities of Tomato firmware, but without the trouble or expert knowledge required to set it up. We built Sabai OS to work effectively with VPN connections, allowing you to connect all your devices through a single VPN connection.

And there’s more, with our exclusive Gateways technology, you can choose which devices connect over the VPN and which over your normal internet, giving you the freedom to enjoy geo-restricted content through the VPN on your TV, whilst gaming from your home IP on a console.

The Asus RT-N12 is a great router for small apartments and homes, it has a small footprint so is great for travel, it's supercharged with Sabai OS and budget-friendly.

 

What’s in the box?

  • 1x Asus RT-N12 router, powered by Sabai OS firmware

  • 1x Ethernet cable

  • 1x Dual voltage American style power adapter

  • Setup instructions

  • One year of Sabai Freedom technical support

  • 90 day satisfaction guarantee

*This product is dual voltage but comes with a standard American style plug. A simple power plug adapter can be purchased to accommodate other outlet types.

Asus RT-N12 features

Great Hardware

Great Operating System

  • Up to 300 Mbps

  • Great travel router

  • 2.4 GHz

  • 4MB Ram

  • Ideal for: Small to medium homes, e-mail, & web browsing

  • Powered by Sabai OS

  • Supports OpenVPN and PPTP VPN protocols

  • No-Flash, Simple 5-minute setup

  • Connects non-VPN compliant devices to VPN tunnel

  • The GATEWAYS feature allows device by device assignment of local internet and VPN access

  • Supports all wired and wireless devices

  • Advanced networking options made easy, such as network accessible storage & network printing

  • Easily connect VPN to phones, laptops, tablets, and more

  • Automatically connect your devices to your VPN IP address

 

Asus RT-N12 VPN Router Setup

Getting started with the RT-N12 router from Sabai Technology is so simple even your granny could do it, but we are here to help should you get stuck. Our South-Carolina based tech support are just a phone call away should you need us.

Getting started

To set up your Sabai OS powered Asus RT-N12 router:

  1. Unplug your modem from the power supply

  2. Connect your router to the modem via ethernet cable

  3. Plug in your Asus RT-N12 router and modem to the power socket

  4. Start up the modem and router

  5. Open your web browser and type into the address bar: 192.168.199.1

  6. Enter the password that came with your router

Now you’re at the Sabai OS home screen, follow our VPN Router Setup guide to finish setting up your router.

 

Gateways

Gateways are a feature exclusive to Sabai OS that allows you to connect different devices to either your VPN or home network, just by opening your Sabai OS dashboard, selecting the device, and choosing which connection it should use. It means you can be watching a Sports match in Europe whilst gaming on US servers.

This type of connection is possible on regular Tomato firmware, but you’d have to program it yourself, whereas it’s as easy as opening the dashboard and making your choice on a Sabai router.  It’s easy to switch between the networks from your Sabai OS dashboard, and the settings will save for next time you use that device. Full details of how to use gateways can be found in the VPN Router Setup guide mentioned above.

 

Asus RT-N12 optimized by Sabai OS

If you’re already using a VPN on your laptop, and want to upgrade to a VPN router, the Asus RT-N12 from Sabai Technology is a great choice. With just a single VPN connection, all your devices can connect, even those that don’t have VPN capability, as everything connected to your router can be sent through the VPN, or through your regular internet, by using Gateways.

But it’s not just Gateways that make Sabai OS the best choice for your router’s firmware. We’ve packed in loads of great features and added usability options that make our routers simple to use yet incredibly powerful. You get the benefits of a custom made firmware, but without the hassle of setting it up yourself.

An Asus RT-N12 running Sabai OS is easy to set up and use, and comes ready to go with great features such as Port Forwarding, Wireless Bridging, QOS, DMZ, and many more. At this price, the Asus RT-N12 powered by Sabai is a fantastic deal to get you into the world of VPN routers and custom firmware.

 

*Does not work with the scramble obfuscate protocol at this time

 

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Additional Information

Operating System:
Sabai OS
Wireless Type:
2.4 GHz
RAM:
32 MB
CPU:
300 MHz
Chipset:
MIPS
USB Ports:
none
Flash Storage:
8 MB
Wifi Speed:
N300
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1 Review

  • 4
    Good Coverage and Speeds So Far

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 8th 2018

    We haven't tested it with multiple streaming video feeds, but so far good coverage and speeds for casual browsing across a three-story townhouse. Even with the router in the basement the coverage in the top floor seems solid for a budget router.

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