You can already buy it in our online shop. La Fonera+ is the latest edition of the router developed by FON and designed especially for Foneros. La Fonera+ has two ports, making it much easier to install and gives you the chance to connect wired devices to it and comes with an even easier configuration, totally intuitive.


Technical Specifications

Dimensions: 93.5 mm x 25.5 mm x 110 mm (excluding antenna)
Antenna Connector: RP-SMA connector (reverse SMA)
Antenna: External detachable antenna (1,5dBi)
Authentication: WEP 64bit/128 bit, WPA, WPA2, WPA mixed
Encryption: TKIP, AES, Mixed
Network Standard Support: IEEE 802.11b / 802.11g (up to 54 Mbps)
Ports: 1 Ethernet WAN port (10/100Mbps) for internet + 1 Ethernet LAN port (10/100Mbps) for computer connections and other devices (network printer, storage, etc.)
: One public (named FON_AP by default) non-encrypted and one private (named MyPlace by default) encrypted with WPA-PSK

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uluru.katatjuta on July 8, 2007  · 

I’m looking for releasing LaFonera+ in Japan asap.
Your blog message is not quite unique that Online Shops.
I want know more about LaFonera+ , especilay how improve a LaFonera+?
eg)How different a firmware from previous La Fonera
Can it be networking PCs between wired and Private WiFi(MyPlace)?

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steven on July 9, 2007  · 

Currently I only notice features dropped between a 0.7.1 r3 (La Fonera Classic) -> 1.0.1 r3 (La Fonera+) in the GUI.

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Carsten on July 9, 2007  · 

Quoting yourself: “We are an open source company and we use
Just a short reminder – where can I find the source code for the fonera+ ?

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Thomas Kenyon on July 9, 2007  · 

I notice that it has been released in the US and spain, but it’s not on the UK shop yet.

Do you know when will this become available?

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freechelmi on July 17, 2007  · 

I’m a Bit surprise , La fonera+ is even more expensive than a Stock Buffalo in the store near you. Why would people buy a locked in wifi router when they can get a cheaper one with no lock ?

But I understand than people will get invitations for 50 %rebates ..

I’m really waiting for the fonera USB , that will really change citizen networks .

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Martin Varsavsky on July 17, 2007  · 

Is that so freechelmi? Can u send me a link to the offers on a Buffalo router? Maybe we should lower the price then.

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Steven on July 18, 2007  ·
And the Linksys are +-49euro…

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Martin Varsavsky on July 18, 2007  · 

Thanks! I will see that we lower our price.

skynetbbs on July 23, 2007  · 

+- thesame price as a fonera+ but WITH 4 lan ports…
also more performant (100mWatt instead of 62mWatt)
and 2 active antenna’s

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Fred Sagen on February 4, 2008  · 

You might be interested to know that Fon got an honourable mention in the latest issue (2nd Feb 2008) of New Scientist in the article titled “Wi-Fi ‘co-op’ could provide internet for all” on their website but titled “Now it’s safe to let Wi-Fi out to play” in the print issue.

It’s what set me looking for the Fon site which led to a map of local ‘co-op’ members.

Ultimately, after a long search and many detours, I ended up here.

I’m very seriously interested in this product considering that the article mentions that the software is Open-Source which to me means that there will be more “hackers” tightening it up than cracking it.

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