A wireless router is an all-in-one solution that distributes Internet access over a network. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and Network Address Translation (NAT) routing are the primary features found on wireless routers. A DHCP server automatically assigns private IP addresses to the connected workstations, while NAT routing allows multiple PCs to share a single broadband Internet account.

Set up and configuration is usually minimal when using a Trendnet Wireless Router. Multiple PCs can start sharing high-speed Internet access in just minutes. An access point essentially functions as an extension from an existing wired network to a community of users with wireless laptops and desktop computers.