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GAC-300

GAC-300 802.11n WiFi Dialup Router- Share Dialup via WiFi/LAN

Note: WiFi Dial Up routers cannot increase the speed of the dial up connection !

5v/1A USB DC Adapter not included- Available in most stores

Not Compatible with AOL, NetZero  and Juno !


The GAC-300 makes a dialup connection to the dial up Internet Service Provider (ISP) of your choice. It is pre-programmed with a free dial up ISP long-distance phone number so that the router can be tested before programming your ISP's local access phone number.  (long distance phone charges may apply, no guarantee is made of free ISP service availability or performance).   The GAC-300 supports the popular 802.11n WiFi standard  which provides  extended range and coverage.  The GAC-252 connects via its USB port to a   V.92-standard 56K USB dial up modem (included with the unit)  to provide the maximum data rate your phoneline can support (usually 40-50 kbps for clean lines and lower for noisy lines).  

The GAC-300 is compatible with all WiFi devices including PCs running all versions of Windows (Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, etc.), all flavors of  Mac OS, and all distributions of  Linux. Other compatible devices include all WiFi smartphones (iPhone, Blackberry, and Android mobiles), tablets (Kindle, Nook, Android, iPad, etc.) and all WiFi gaming devices like the Nintendo DS.  Multiple users can share the dial up connection using either WiFI and/or the LAN port on the router. For machine to machine applications the GAC-252 incorporates a schedule based dial out feature. It can be configured to dial out at various times of the day or week for a configurable period of time.

By default the unit opens a dial up connection upon power-up. It can also be configured for demand-based dialing where the dial up connection is only opened when there is traffic for the Internet. Additional flexibility is provided with the Schedule feature which allows the dial up session to be started at a particular time or on a particular cycle. A simple API for remotely starting, stopping and checking status is also available which allows external software programs to interact with the router.

The GAC-352 is compatible with dial up ISPs who do not require specialized PC/MAC software for dial up access and will  definitely work for you if  you  use standard Windows or Mac dial up network connections to make your dial up ISP connection today. Most ISPs are compatible with the GAC-252. On the other hand,  Netzero, Juno and AOL are some of the known ISPs that require special software and are  incompatible with the GAC-252.  

Compatible dial up ISPs include:

FreeDialup.org  www.freedialup.org
FastFreeDialup.com www.fastfreedialup.com
Copper.Net  www.copper.net
Earthlink www.earthlink.net
Netscape Internet Service  www.getnetscape.com
Toast.net  www.toast.net
PeoplePC www.peoplepc.com
BellSouth www.bellsouth.com
MSN www.msn.com
Telus (Canada) www.telus.com
Bell Canada www.bell.ca

Compatibility with Dial Up Acceleration

The router has been tested successfully with Slipstream Dial Up Acceleration software and is likely to be compatible with other accelerators such as Propel. However only Slipstream has been tested to date.

Features

Specifications

LAN/WAN Interfaces:            1 LAN 10/100 Base-T port, 1 Dial up Modem Port
Wireless LAN:                         802.11 b/g/n with support for WEP and WPA-1/2

Antenna:                               
Internal
Management:                           Via web interface
Power:                                     USB powered  (USB cable provided, USB DC adapter not included)
Physical:                                  2”(L)x2”(W)x0.4”(H), 20 gms

Warranty:                                 1 year hardware and software*

Made in the USA with imported components

Click Here to Download User Guide

ON SALE NOW FOR ONLY $129 !
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Canadian customers responsible for any GST/HST taxes and handling fee collected by Canada Post.  No customs duties are normally assessed in Canada since unit is Made in the USA

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Questions or Concerns ?  You can email us at sales@greatarbor.com or call us at (301)-547-3483. Most emails answered  in 4 business hours or less !     

*Does not cover intentional misuse, damage due to power surges, and Acts of God. 
**  Contact Great Arbor prior to return. Item must be in good condition and in original packaging
. Refund subject to shipping/handling/restocking  fee of $10 ($15 for Canada). Buyer responsible for return shipping.



                      



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Posted by greatarbor on May 10, 2016 - 12:23 pm
Dial up connections are very slow and useful only for retrieving email, sending messages, and web-surfing on simple sites. Amazon TV/Apple TV and other such devices require a high speed broadband connection. Would not recommend the GAC-252 for this.
Posted by Dee on May 10, 2016 - 11:24 am
I want to buy this as I have dial up only and many device like iPads,Amazon tv Apple TV cameras so on and so on,will this work for me?i will have frontier as my phone service and was thinking of using EarthLink
Posted by greatarbor on November 18, 2015 - 03:50 pm
The GAC-252 is back in stock however very limited quantity so place your orders ASAP. We will have more stock after thanksgiving.
Posted by Xtylixh Ali on November 18, 2015 - 08:40 am
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Posted by Johnmark on November 13, 2015 - 08:47 pm
will this ever be in stock? A lot of people still have dial up as high speed internet is unavailable in 2-4% of North America.
Posted by raj banna on September 26, 2015 - 11:46 pm
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Posted by Mark on December 14, 2014 - 06:00 pm
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Posted by Mark on December 14, 2014 - 05:58 pm
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Posted by greatarbor on November 02, 2014 - 10:05 pm
AOL access requires special client software for a PC or Mac. So it can't be supported on the GAC
Posted by Eugene on October 31, 2014 - 12:56 pm
Do you offer or know of a wifi router that can use aol? I don't know why aol won't work with your GAC-252. but I'm confident you know that it will not. Is there a difference in the signal, a disconnect problem or more complicated than that?
By the way, it was not clear what to do in the box below - I figured out but a label would be helpful
Posted by Eugene on October 31, 2014 - 12:55 pm
Do you offer or know of a wifi router that can use aol? I don't know why aol won't work with your GAC-252. but I'm confident you know that it will not. Is there a difference in the signal, a disconnect problem or more complicated than that?
By the way, it was not clear what to do in the box below - I figured out but a label would be helpful
Posted by Eugene on October 31, 2014 - 12:17 pm
Do you offer or know of a wifi router that can use aol? I don't know why aol won't work with your GAC-252. but I'm confident you know that it will not. Is there a difference in the signal, a disconnect problem or more complicated than that?
By the way, it was not clear what to do in the box below - I figured out but a label would be helpful
Posted by diane on August 16, 2014 - 01:01 pm
let me know when it's in stock
Posted by bill on May 30, 2014 - 02:06 pm
I want to apologize for a nasty post on May 7, 2014. Great Arbor refunded my purchase price for the GAC-252, which I was unable to use. It turns out as of as late as today, I finally was able to acquire reliable internet connection. Turns out the phone company had me connected to a bad line, and finally repaired it today. It took 5 visits from them to finally get this resolved! I think that the GAC-252 was likely a good unit, but could not be used under those conditions. Great Arbor refunded me, and I thank them for the professionalism through the frustrating weeks we both tried to resolve the situation. Thanks again GAC!
Posted by greatarbor on May 18, 2014 - 06:48 am
Tried our best to help the customer but could not solve the issue of why it did not work with his ISP. Offered a full refund even though the customer wanted an exchange because it was clear that there was no hardware or software issue with the router. Not much else we could do. Easy to call something a piece of junk - but there are plenty of users out there who love this unit - the only one of its kind available in the market. Software developed and supported completely in the USA.
Posted by bill on May 17, 2014 - 08:37 pm
Box of junk. Never worked from day one through day three of constant contact with tech support. Told it was my fault at the end of the fiasco. General HAM operator, BSEET degree, AA degree. Military telecommunications tech before college. Circuit board designer for two OEMs. Technical sales and purchasing for Tyco Electronmics. Just the average dummy, who couldn't figure it out with "Great" Arbor's help. Surely, they'll leave one on their website to balanced and fair.
Posted by George Havlovic on May 09, 2014 - 01:29 pm
left msg on voice mail please contact re product question gac-252
cell is 416.726.0033 tks
Posted by Shawon on March 30, 2014 - 04:14 am
we are 2 user, use a tp-link router with dial-up broadband connection in our laptop. But we can't use this wi-fi internet on our Tablet and Phone. Is there any way to use this wi-fi in Tablet or phone??? Please E-mail me.....
Posted by Joe Gonzales on January 23, 2014 - 02:47 pm
I would like to know when will the 152 will be available to buy on line. Please e-mail me and let me know,
Posted by greatarbor on January 22, 2014 - 11:30 am
The GAC-152 is back in stock and the GAC-252 is out of stock. Both work equally well.

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