Mar 4, 2013


Top-of-the-line FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 at center stage of AVM's trade fair stand-Internet telephony without a PC-Ready for ADSL2+ First Live Presentation with New WLAN Stick
  • Extensions for analog phones, ISDN phones and ISDN PBXs
  • WLAN router with four LAN ports; integrated ADSL modem with ADSL2+
  • New FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick installs itself
  • Stick & Surf for automatically secure wireless LAN using WPA2, WPA, or WEP
  • USB port for network printers and storage media

The new FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 takes center stage in AVM's CeBIT presentation. The new flagship of the AVM line combines a VoIP PBX, a WLAN router and an ADSL modem in one. And it permits phone calls, whether over the Internet (VoIP) or over the fixed line, even while the computer is off. All its WLAN connections are encrypted out of the box using the secure WPA standard. The new FRITZ!Box can be seen in action for the first time together with the new FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick. Under the current Microsoft operating system Windows XP SP2, the Stick's installation takes place automatically, with no CD. Moreover, Stick & Surf function developed by AVM gives computers a secure wireless connection to the FRITZ!Box, with no user configuration.

Online in Just Three Steps-Ready for ADSL2+

The new flagship of the FRITZ!Box line has the many award-winning details of its predecessors, and like them features radically simplified set-up and operation. Moreover, through its four Ethernet ports the FRITZ!Box connects not only PCs, but also networking devices such as game consoles to the Internet. And it's here to stay with support for ADSL2+, which currently offers throughput rates of up to 16 Mbit/s.

New, more compact FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick

The new FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick is still handier than its predecessor, weighing in at just 10 grams and measuring just 53 mm long. Thanks to Stick & Surf 2, the new AVM FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick installs itself in Windows XP with Service Pack 2: no driver CD is necessary with this operating system. Furthermore, the Stick's 802.11g++ turbo mode, at 125 Mbit/s, increases the user data rate by about 35 percent over the 802.11g standard. The FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick is also downwardly compatible with 802.11g and b, while providing maximum security through WPA2, WPA, and WEP encryption. And with AVM Stick & Surf, it's child's play to set up a secure wireless LAN using a FRITZ!Box WLAN with a USB accessory port. The configuration and security settings, including the network key and encryption type, are automatically transferred from the FRITZ!Box to the FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick.

Internet Telephony with ISDN Convenience-Premium Wireless LAN Features

The new FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 allows up to three analog and eight ISDN extensions to dial both Internet and landline calls. In addition to excellent voice fidelity, using ISDN terminal equipment also permits the use of ISDN convenience features such as parallel calls, call waiting, call forwarding, Caller ID, spontaneous dialing, and three-party calls in Internet telephony. FRITZ!Box is the only WLAN router to provide security out of the box with factory-activated WPA encryption. Furthermore, the wireless LAN can be disabled by a separate overnight configuration, and by a hardware switch on the back of the FRITZ!Box. In addition to WPA, connections can also be encrypted with WPA2 (802.11i) and WEP. And the 802.11g++ turbo mode boosts the net throughput by about 35 percent to 125 Mbit/s, compared with the 802.11g wireless standard's 54 Mbit/s. 802.11b (11 Mbit/s) is also supported.

More Connectivity Options with New USB Host Port

The top FRITZ!Box's USB host port paves the way for new LAN applications. A memory stick, a printer or a disk drive connected to the new FRITZ!Box can be used from all computers in the network. All the computers connected to FRITZ!Box are networked together. Here the router's built-in DHCP server saves users the trouble of configuring network settings, and assigns IP addresses automatically.

FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 in Stores Now

The new top-of-the-line FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 is available from dealers now. The suggested retail price for FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 is EUR249 (incl. VAT). The new FRITZ!WLAN USB Stick will go on sale during the second quarter of 2006 for EUR49 (incl. VAT). In addition to Windows XP, the Stick also supports the operating systems Windows XP x64 Edition, and Windows 2000, Me and 98SE. As usual, AVM provides its five-year warranty on both products. Support is free, and new features are supplied as they are developed by free firmware update. - source


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