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Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount
Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount
Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount
Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount
Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount
Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount
Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount
Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount

Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G/N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction Cup/Clip Window Mount

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  • 802.11b/g and "N", 2000mW of power which is more powerful than ANY other WiFi adapter on the market
  • Includes a 4inch 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7DdBi Panel antenna
  • Very Secure with wireless data encryption with 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, TKIP,and AES
  • Compatible with IEEE 802.11n, 802.11b/g/n wireless standards
  • Supports driver for Windows 2000, XP 32/64, Vista 32/64, Windows 7, Linux (2.4.x/2.6.x),and Mac (10.4.x/10.5.x)

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USELESS ON A MAC BOOK PRO Well I just wasted $40. Perhaps this is a counterfeit unit. I will likely return it.1) Not the easiest to install in MacOS. Found the drivers on the alfa.co.tw site and installed them. This is when I realized the unit will not just work with built in MacOS UI. You have to use the Alfa utility that looks like it's from Windows 95 days and disable your default wifi2) The amount of access points that show up is actually LESS than what is found with my default 2017 MacBookPro wifi. I used Netspot on my default wifi to see what was found and the strengths. Strength was almost identical (by 1-3db) using Netspot to gauge for my default wifi and the Alfa utility for the Alfa antenna.3) Drops and reconnects. Over and over and over. This is quite annoying.4) Utility doesn't let you see the password as you type it. Quite annoying.5) The bright blue flashing LED is totally obnoxious - even during the day. Lets say I was going to use this on my Windows desktop. I'd have to put electrical tape over the LED just because it is that bright.6) Worst of all... the d/l speeds are much less with the Alfa antenna. I tried on a couple networks and consistently my default MacBookPro wifi performed better. (Using speedtest-cli d/l = 24-30 Mbit/s for the Alfa antenna. I'd see 45-60 with my default wifi.) 2Works on kali linux inside virtual box! I had a tight budget when buying this product. It exceeded all expectations I had. The pineapple antenna is amazing for long distances from a router. I often am able to connect to networks 500ft or more away. The standard antenna is ok. I wish the product didn't feel so flimsy. It has a sturdy build, but because it is made of plastic and is very light it feels flimsy.My only purpose for this product is to use as a promnicuous wifi adapter for kali linux. It took some extensive searching to find exactly how to set it up for my computer. I would like to include instructions on how to set it up, but it differs for every computer.I would recommend the adapter for anyone interested in network pen testing or for any programmer/hacker. 5Best I have found for WINDOWS 10 I have gone through numerous wifi adapters trying to find one that number 1 do not drop connection with WIN 10...number 2 have a strong signal. This one has proven to be the best I have found. It clipped on the side of my computer desk and has not dropped a signal even once and I have noticed a marked improvement playing WOW and dLing. 5works fine I'm using this along with an alpha wifi router in my trailer. It does fairly well considering I had no wifi at all without it. Most days I'm able to stream hulu etc without a problem. I think the times its not working well is when the Internet itself is bogging down. I'm pulling signal from my parents home about 150-200 yards away. I have and will probably set up a parabolic wifi antenna along with this and see if it boosts the signal any more. Over all pleased. I was just going to run a phone line and set up my own wifi but the provider wanted a separate address to do it. I didn't want to do that so here we are. 4Verified this is legit Apt-get updateApt full-upgradeDBROTH sold genuine card verified by Alfa. Card being sold is the V2. Same chipset but uses the PCB of one of their external antennas. V2 is thinner with green PCB and takes up half the enclosure compared to the V1. Works for sniffing cracking and injection so far. Ralink changed their name to Mediatek so don't be alarmed by this. The chipset being touted as fake with the L at the end is in fact the legitimate name of the chipset but should not be printed on the chip itself inside the antenna. 5Solved my remote internet access problem easily! The matter for me to be solved was relatively simple in the scheme of things--gain a network connection for a desktop located in the garage shop--300 feet from the WiFi router. After tossing about the issues with building a repeater/bridge link I began looking at these USB wireless adapters. At the price point and general consensus of reviewers, the Alfa seemed the best solution for the matter. This unit has a very small footprint, and I had it up and running 5 minutes after opening the box. Although it ships with a CD that contains drivers and connection management software I found that neither was required. The PC in the garage is an old XP system and the card loaded and connected to the OS wireless network management interface without problems. I also plugged the device into a Surface running Win10 and experienced similar results.Both antennas were tried out. The 5dBi vertical achieved a consistent 4 of 5 bars signal strength with 50-60mbps throughput. The 7dBi panel array achieved a solid 5 bars and 72-90mbps into a USB2.0 powered port. I suspect that the throughput would be better with a USB3, but my old PC does not have that. Using an old D-Link DIR-825 WiFi router attached to the PC's ethernet network card (and bridged to the Alfa adapter) I have also created a WiFi hotspot that serves any wireless device out in the shop, or back yard and pool area. Perfect!A matter of note. I connected the Alfa's output to a GY561 digital RF power meter and measured an output of 493mw from it. This is the power that feeds the antenna. While there may some mechanism to boost the output (like some routers with custom firmware), a half watt is it. This is still sufficient to get where most people need to go and with some custom antenna arrays such as yagi's may see sufficient gains to get a lot further than 500'. But for general extension at my distance I cannot complain a bit. Just an issue with them advertising 2W of output... 5This product is a counterfeit. Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G / N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction cup / Clip Window MountThis product which I purchased from DBRoth is 100% a counterfeit. I purchased this item to use with Kali and was having multiple issues with it. I finally said screw it and decided to take it apart and found the issue. The original AWUS036NH has the Ralink RT3070 chip inside and this counterfeit one has the Ralink RT3070L. Other information on the board also does not match up with FCC photos from the original. 1Difficult To Configure Once this product is properly configured it works great. However, this is one of the most frustrating purchases I have made due to the difficulty in getting it to work. You have to be pretty good at troubleshooting tech issues. Here are the lessons I learned (I have Windows 10):1. THIS IS NOT PLUG N PLAY. Do not plug this in until you have installed the appropriate drivers FIRST. I made this mistake and found I couldn t get the item to work even after downloading and installing the correct drivers. I eventually had to do a restore point to start over which brings me to my next point2. CREATE A RESTOREPOINT FIRST. I made mistakes installing the wrong drivers and found uninstalling through conventional means was not enough. You need to have a restore point you can fall back on if you need to start over.3. INSTALL THE LATEST DRIVERS. If you have the latest operating system installed, assume the drivers on the disk are out dated. Don t use the install disk. Instead, download and install the latest drivers. Windows 10 drivers DO exist. As of this writing the latest Windows 10 driver I found was dated 10/28/2015 by Media Tek version 5.1.25.0. Drivers are on the Alfa website but can be hard to find. On the Alfa download page enter the model number as the keyword and the secure code shown then click download. It is not necessary to complete the Product Category, Product Model, and Type of File to find the drivers you need.4. PLUG IT IN. 4ALFA So I initially gave this adapter a 1 star because I had trouble seeing it up, I also mentioned it was most likely due to user error, and it turns out I was right... you see, I was doing everything correctly, I followed instructions to the letter, the only thing is that whenever I was looking for the adapter on the wireless utility or on my wifi, I was looking for "802.11n" or "Alfa AWUSO36NH" or something along those lines... just a couple of days, after giving up on the Alfa, I decided to give it another go.. this time instead of looking fo 802.11n or alfa, I just connected to my wifi network, and what do you know, it freakin worked! also I used a mac and I'm fairly new to them.. i was so used to windows which are so easy to use.. when I had a windows and connected an adapter, I would have to look for the name of that adapter or 802.11n...and that's what kind of threw me off when trying to install this adapter on my MacBook Pro..Also, this supports monitor mode and packet injection.. it has great range and is really fast, a tad bit faster than the pau05.. i do wish the cable was shorter though.. Alfa is plug and Play on Kali Linux. 5This is one of the best purchases I have made on Amazon This is one of the best purchases I have made on Amazon. I use airmon to position the panel antenna for best signal. Works great. It supports packet injection and monitor mode/promiscuous mode. This even works great with a couple of yagi antennas. I have my own wifi but can access just about anyone elses around me in a 150-200 ft radius. If you're looking for something that pairs with a penetration testing OS like kali or even backtrack linux, this is the card for you. This also works with parrot security OS. It works out of the box with every OS I have used this with, without installing additional drivers. I've also used this to set up access points. Very versatile and well worth the small price. Good job, Alfa. 5
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USELESS ON A MAC BOOK PRO Well I just wasted $40. Perhaps this is a counterfeit unit. I will likely return it.1) Not the easiest to install in MacOS. Found the drivers on the alfa.co.tw site and installed them. This is when I realized the unit will not just work with built in MacOS UI. You have to use the Alfa utility that looks like it's from Windows 95 days and disable your default wifi2) The amount of access points that show up is actually LESS than what is found with my default 2017 MacBookPro wifi. I used Netspot on my default wifi to see what was found and the strengths. Strength was almost identical (by 1-3db) using Netspot to gauge for my default wifi and the Alfa utility for the Alfa antenna.3) Drops and reconnects. Over and over and over. This is quite annoying.4) Utility doesn't let you see the password as you type it. Quite annoying.5) The bright blue flashing LED is totally obnoxious - even during the day. Lets say I was going to use this on my Windows desktop. I'd have to put electrical tape over the LED just because it is that bright.6) Worst of all... the d/l speeds are much less with the Alfa antenna. I tried on a couple networks and consistently my default MacBookPro wifi performed better. (Using speedtest-cli d/l = 24-30 Mbit/s for the Alfa antenna. I'd see 45-60 with my default wifi.) 2Works on kali linux inside virtual box! I had a tight budget when buying this product. It exceeded all expectations I had. The pineapple antenna is amazing for long distances from a router. I often am able to connect to networks 500ft or more away. The standard antenna is ok. I wish the product didn't feel so flimsy. It has a sturdy build, but because it is made of plastic and is very light it feels flimsy.My only purpose for this product is to use as a promnicuous wifi adapter for kali linux. It took some extensive searching to find exactly how to set it up for my computer. I would like to include instructions on how to set it up, but it differs for every computer.I would recommend the adapter for anyone interested in network pen testing or for any programmer/hacker. 5Best I have found for WINDOWS 10 I have gone through numerous wifi adapters trying to find one that number 1 do not drop connection with WIN 10...number 2 have a strong signal. This one has proven to be the best I have found. It clipped on the side of my computer desk and has not dropped a signal even once and I have noticed a marked improvement playing WOW and dLing. 5works fine I'm using this along with an alpha wifi router in my trailer. It does fairly well considering I had no wifi at all without it. Most days I'm able to stream hulu etc without a problem. I think the times its not working well is when the Internet itself is bogging down. I'm pulling signal from my parents home about 150-200 yards away. I have and will probably set up a parabolic wifi antenna along with this and see if it boosts the signal any more. Over all pleased. I was just going to run a phone line and set up my own wifi but the provider wanted a separate address to do it. I didn't want to do that so here we are. 4Verified this is legit Apt-get updateApt full-upgradeDBROTH sold genuine card verified by Alfa. Card being sold is the V2. Same chipset but uses the PCB of one of their external antennas. V2 is thinner with green PCB and takes up half the enclosure compared to the V1. Works for sniffing cracking and injection so far. Ralink changed their name to Mediatek so don't be alarmed by this. The chipset being touted as fake with the L at the end is in fact the legitimate name of the chipset but should not be printed on the chip itself inside the antenna. 5Solved my remote internet access problem easily! The matter for me to be solved was relatively simple in the scheme of things--gain a network connection for a desktop located in the garage shop--300 feet from the WiFi router. After tossing about the issues with building a repeater/bridge link I began looking at these USB wireless adapters. At the price point and general consensus of reviewers, the Alfa seemed the best solution for the matter. This unit has a very small footprint, and I had it up and running 5 minutes after opening the box. Although it ships with a CD that contains drivers and connection management software I found that neither was required. The PC in the garage is an old XP system and the card loaded and connected to the OS wireless network management interface without problems. I also plugged the device into a Surface running Win10 and experienced similar results.Both antennas were tried out. The 5dBi vertical achieved a consistent 4 of 5 bars signal strength with 50-60mbps throughput. The 7dBi panel array achieved a solid 5 bars and 72-90mbps into a USB2.0 powered port. I suspect that the throughput would be better with a USB3, but my old PC does not have that. Using an old D-Link DIR-825 WiFi router attached to the PC's ethernet network card (and bridged to the Alfa adapter) I have also created a WiFi hotspot that serves any wireless device out in the shop, or back yard and pool area. Perfect!A matter of note. I connected the Alfa's output to a GY561 digital RF power meter and measured an output of 493mw from it. This is the power that feeds the antenna. While there may some mechanism to boost the output (like some routers with custom firmware), a half watt is it. This is still sufficient to get where most people need to go and with some custom antenna arrays such as yagi's may see sufficient gains to get a lot further than 500'. But for general extension at my distance I cannot complain a bit. Just an issue with them advertising 2W of output... 5This product is a counterfeit. Alfa AWUS036NH 2000mW 2W 802.11g/n High Gain USB Wireless G / N Long-Range WiFi Network Adapter with 5dBi Screw-On Swivel Rubber Antenna and 7dBi Panel Antenna and Suction cup / Clip Window MountThis product which I purchased from DBRoth is 100% a counterfeit. I purchased this item to use with Kali and was having multiple issues with it. I finally said screw it and decided to take it apart and found the issue. The original AWUS036NH has the Ralink RT3070 chip inside and this counterfeit one has the Ralink RT3070L. Other information on the board also does not match up with FCC photos from the original. 1Difficult To Configure Once this product is properly configured it works great. However, this is one of the most frustrating purchases I have made due to the difficulty in getting it to work. You have to be pretty good at troubleshooting tech issues. Here are the lessons I learned (I have Windows 10):1. THIS IS NOT PLUG N PLAY. Do not plug this in until you have installed the appropriate drivers FIRST. I made this mistake and found I couldn t get the item to work even after downloading and installing the correct drivers. I eventually had to do a restore point to start over which brings me to my next point2. CREATE A RESTOREPOINT FIRST. I made mistakes installing the wrong drivers and found uninstalling through conventional means was not enough. You need to have a restore point you can fall back on if you need to start over.3. INSTALL THE LATEST DRIVERS. If you have the latest operating system installed, assume the drivers on the disk are out dated. Don t use the install disk. Instead, download and install the latest drivers. Windows 10 drivers DO exist. As of this writing the latest Windows 10 driver I found was dated 10/28/2015 by Media Tek version 5.1.25.0. Drivers are on the Alfa website but can be hard to find. On the Alfa download page enter the model number as the keyword and the secure code shown then click download. It is not necessary to complete the Product Category, Product Model, and Type of File to find the drivers you need.4. PLUG IT IN. 4ALFA So I initially gave this adapter a 1 star because I had trouble seeing it up, I also mentioned it was most likely due to user error, and it turns out I was right... you see, I was doing everything correctly, I followed instructions to the letter, the only thing is that whenever I was looking for the adapter on the wireless utility or on my wifi, I was looking for "802.11n" or "Alfa AWUSO36NH" or something along those lines... just a couple of days, after giving up on the Alfa, I decided to give it another go.. this time instead of looking fo 802.11n or alfa, I just connected to my wifi network, and what do you know, it freakin worked! also I used a mac and I'm fairly new to them.. i was so used to windows which are so easy to use.. when I had a windows and connected an adapter, I would have to look for the name of that adapter or 802.11n...and that's what kind of threw me off when trying to install this adapter on my MacBook Pro..Also, this supports monitor mode and packet injection.. it has great range and is really fast, a tad bit faster than the pau05.. i do wish the cable was shorter though.. Alfa is plug and Play on Kali Linux. 5This is one of the best purchases I have made on Amazon This is one of the best purchases I have made on Amazon. I use airmon to position the panel antenna for best signal. Works great. It supports packet injection and monitor mode/promiscuous mode. This even works great with a couple of yagi antennas. I have my own wifi but can access just about anyone elses around me in a 150-200 ft radius. If you're looking for something that pairs with a penetration testing OS like kali or even backtrack linux, this is the card for you. This also works with parrot security OS. It works out of the box with every OS I have used this with, without installing additional drivers. I've also used this to set up access points. Very versatile and well worth the small price. Good job, Alfa. 5
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