The ASUS DSL-N14U B1 ADSL modem router has Wi-Fi speeds up to 300Mbit/s. It replaces the ADSL modem from your internet service provider, saving space and reducing clutter. With easy, CD-free installation and reliable data transmission, DSL-N14U B1 is a complete wireless solution for ADSL users, and also features a multifunctional USB 2.0 port.
DSL-N14U B1 has multiple ways to connect to the internet, with a choice of DSL, Ethernet or 3G/4G LTE*. You can use DSL-N14U B1 as a DSL modem Wi-Fi router or a standalone Wi-Fi router according to your needs. And with the ability to switch instantly between connections if one fails (and switch back again when it’s fixed) or combine multiple connections for more bandwidth, it’s perfect for reliable, always-on internet connectivity.
*Requires compatible USB dongle
Use your smartphone, tablet, or PC to effortlessly set up your ASUS router in less than 30 seconds* and in only 3 easy steps. Simply connect the cables to the router, open a Web browser, and follow the setup wizard to get you to the internet in no time.
The built-in USB 2.0 port allows you to connect external storage, printers, and other devices to the DSL-N14U B1 and share them with other users over the network.
ASUS AiCloud works with ASUS routers to offer the most complete, accessible, and secure cloud platform. It’s a free app for iOS and Android devices, and allows you to easily sync, share, stream, and access all your content from any location. It creates your own private cloud server at home, and connects it seamlessly with the public cloud. Sharing is easier than ever with confidential links, which can be sent via email, SMS, and more. For the most intuitive and flexible cloud access from almost any device and location, ASUS AiCloud is your launch point.Learn more.
Share your internet connection with your guests in safety, with no need to share your personal password or network resources. ASUS Guest Network supports up to three separate guest networks, each with its own usage limits and password. Guests cannot access your primary network or any other connected devices.