Tenda W311R is a China brand wiresless broadband router. Unlike its counterpart like Linksys and D-link, Tenda is cheaper. It is only around $20.00, as far as I can remember. Also, specifications and features of Tenda brand is very comparable to its expensive competitors.
Being cheap however, has some trade-off, atleast in my experience when I bought a W311R broadband router. It’s not on the quality but on how to configure the router. Believe it or not, configuration terminal is purely written in Chinese language, without any English translation. I can understand Tagalog, English, and some Spanish, but Chinese, I’m totally zero.
So how are you going to configure Tenda if you have one? Well, if you really can’t understand Chinese, be thankful because there is Google translate. Using Google translate, you can translate the Chinese characters in the configuration page - just copy and paste, and somehow, you should be able to set the basic configuration like log-in username and password, wireless network name, and security settings.
Tenda W311R Terminal in Chinese
Google “translated” W311R Terminal in English