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FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 Overview
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390: previously unimagined versatility in one device!

The FRITZ!Box connects all computers with the Internet – at lightning speed using ADSL2+ With internal flash memory and fast WLAN N, it is the ideal platform for networked applications such as IPTV, video on demand, and media streaming.

  • Fast Internet thanks to integrated ADSL2+ modem
  • Concurrent Dual Band Wireless N up to 300Mbits
  • Also suitable for combination with 3G or cable modem
  • DECT base station for connecting up to 6 cordless telephones
  • Connection of analog terminal devices and telephone systems
  • Telephone calls via the Internet (VoIP), even if the PC is switched off
  • Up to 5 answering machines and fax function integrated, voice-to-mail and fax-to-mail
  • USB port for USB devices such as printers and storage media for shared use in the network
  • Media server for music, images, and videos in the network
  • Integrated network storage with NAS functionality

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FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 Connectivity
The connection options of the FRITZ!Box are as varied and flexible as its fields of application. Internet, WLAN, and telephony functions are managed and controlled simultaneously with a single device.
  • Conventional ADSL connection in combination with analog
  • Extension connections for analog telephone, fax machine or answering machine and telephone system
  • Integrated DECT base station (GAP/CAT-iq) for up to 6 cordless telephones
  • WLAN according to all current standards
  • 4 gigabit Ethernet connections (10/100/1000 Mbit/s) for computers, games consoles, or a LAN hub and/or switch (for connecting additional PCs)
  • USB 2.0 port for USB devices such as printers and storage media for shared use in the network
  • Supports ADSL2+ Annex A and M protocol
    (delivering upstream speeds up to 3 megabits)
  • Supports the following VoIP codecs: G.711, G.726-32, G.726-40, G.726-24 G.711a and G.711u G.729, G.722, ILBC clear mode
System Requirements

ADSL line:

Standard: ITU G.992.1, ITU G.992.3, ITU G.992.5 Annex A or Annex M

LAN interface (Ethernet 10/100/1000 MBit/s):

PCs, notebooks, Macs, games consoles, or other devices with Ethernet connection; switch or hub for connecting additional PCs or networks

USB port:

PC or notebook with USB interface (USB version 1.1 or 2.0)

Operating system:

Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Me or 98; Linux (SuSE 9.0 or higher); Mac OS X (10.3.3 or higher)

WLAN connections:

WLAN clients according to IEEE 802.11n, g, b or a

FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 Usability
AVM's FRITZ!Box has been designed to make technology easy and user-friendly. Our FRITZ!Box installation wizards and intuitive browser-based configuration menu set standards for usability.

We are continuously committed to making sure that every FRITZ!Box user can take advantage of all functions and individualize our FRITZ!Box to fit her or his needs. Our comprehensive documentation and e-mail support emphasize AVM's dedication to the best user experience possible so that the FRITZ!Box can enjoy a broad popular basis.

  • Easy configuration with standard browsers
  • User interface and installation wizards in German, Italian, French, English, and Spanish
  • Telephones, answering machine and fax individually configurable
  • Dialing rules for user-specific use of Internet and fixed-line network telephony
  • Quick-dial function, dial-out blacklist, call-through function, caller list
  • Telephone book with names, numbers, quick-dial function and printing
  • WLAN encryption upon delivery, protected by a unique key
  • WLAN module activation using button or extension phone
  • Easy registration of cordless DECT telephones using keys
  • Up to three simultaneous conversations possible with DECT
  • Configurable access protection for USB storage media
  • Expert Mode for configuration of custom application scenarios
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 Details
In the following overview you will find important facts, technical features, and special functions of the AVM FRITZ!Box.
  • WLAN router with DHCP server and IP masquerading/network address translation
  • Integrated DSL modem supports ADSL2+ (24 Mbit/s) and ADSL
  • Telephone system for Internet and fixed-line network telephony (analog lines)
  • Integrated DECT base station (GAP) for up to 6 cordless telephones; with CAT-iq for better voice quality
  • WLAN wireless networks according to 802.11n (up to 300 Mbit/s gross), WLAN 802.11g, b and a
  • WLAN support for simultaneous 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz connections
  • WLAN encryption with WPA/WPA2 Mixed Mode, WPA2, WPA, WEP-64 or WEP-128
  • WLAN Eco Mode reduces power output and power consumption
  • Integrated network storage (512 MB) with NAS functionality (SMB*, FTP, UPnP, AV)
  • FRITZ!Mediaserver distributes music, images, and videos in the network
  • Secure remote access via the Internet (VPN)
  • Use with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux
  • Dimensions: 210 x 155 x 25 mm; can be mounted on a desktop or wall
  • Average consumption: 6–8 watts
*This is only supported up to firmware version (05.51)
• Overview page shows all connected services / Features & there current status.
• The call log supports 48 entries, from all connected phones, outgoing, incoming & calls received during absence.
• Multiple phone books are supported, numbers can also be dialled directly from the book
• The FRITZ!Box supports both DECT (up to 6 registered to base) & 2 normal home phones (fxs).
• App’s are available for iPhone & Android phones, mobiles act as handsets via wireless & can be     configured in the same way as other phones.
• Up to 20 sip registrations are possible
• PSTN Failover is also supported.
• Extensive logging by feature in the event log, Telephony, Internet Connection, USB Devices, WLAN & System
• The Energy monitor graphically monitors FRITZ!Box functionality & connected devices.
• The FRITZ!Box has a large array of Wizards to simplify setup & getting you up & running Quicker.
• Along with support for DECT & Home phones the FRITZ!Box also has inbuilt support for multiple answering machines, individual numbers can be assigned to a particular answering machine.
• Connection is constantly monitored & displayed graphically.
• Has Child Protection feature, this allows you to restrict access on individual LAN devices to specific times, eg 10AM – 10PM only, access is blocked outside these times.
• Has 2 inbuilt alarms, you can set phones to sound when it’s time to awake.
• Dial Plans route calls via specific provider or via prefix, you can utilize this to route specific calls via cheapest provider to reduce costs.
• The Fritzbox has 2 USB ports, these support storage, printers & 3G dongles.
• Inbuilt NAS
• Support is built-in for ftp/file sharing
• The Fritzbox has dual band wireless, supporting both 2.4GHz & 5ghz bands, this greatly increases flexibility within your network.
• Wireless information is graphically displayed, giving you a clear indication of the status of your wireless network.
• Wireless Guest access is supported; temporary access can be configured for a specified period of time.
• The DECT monitor monitors & graphically displays information on all attached DECT Phones
• Email accounts can be configured; emails are displayed on Fritz DECT handsets for ease of access.
• Internet radio stations, Podcasts & RSS feeds can be configured; these can be played on DECT phone.
• Push Email can be configured; this emails a report on activities for the period of your choosing, daily, weekly or monthly.
• The FritzBox supports info display, this allows you to customize what is displayed by LED’s
• The FritzBox has a Night Service Feature which allows you to put Box into Hibernation, eg during the night.
• You can also disable/enable more advanced features if you so wish.
• The FritzBox has a contents page, from here you can directly access all features, no hunting round for that particular feature.
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 Reviews
Hands on: Fritz!Box 7390 internet gateway, August 27, 2012
Even though the 7390 seems designed for power users, you don't need to be one to get it up and running Read full review
Think inside the box - Choice Computer Magazine, August 1, 2012
After five years, my old modem/router was showing its age with flaky behaviour. I wanted a single-solution replacement: a modem/router with VolP, gigabit ethernet network hub, answering machine and a DECT base station to support multiple handsets. Read full review
Few router vendors are still carrying the torch for integrated VoIP, but the FRITZ!BOX- Fon WLAN 7390 does so proudly. Read full review
Retro looks, killer features: AVM Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7390 & Fritz!Fon MT-F review, APC June 2012
Most impressive of all is the huge variety of devices and standards supported by the Fritz!Box – rather than evaluate what this product can do, it'd be easier to figure out what it can't do ... Read full review
AVM FRITZ!BOX FON WLAN 7390: a feature-packed wireless router with some telephony tricks up its sleeve, PC & Tech Authority, March 2012
AVM may not be a household name in Australia, but in its homeland of Germany it's the biggest selling brand of router. And once you've used one of its funky-looking Fritz!Boxes, it's easy to see why ... Read full review
FRITZ!Box Fon 7390, Australian PC User, March 1, 2011
The novel packaging for the FRITZ!Box, and indeed its 1950s-style tailfins, suggest it's a cheap and cheerful router. The price tag begs to differ. In a market where some of the sub $150 routers are very impressive, a router at this price point has to work very hard to impress us... Read full review
AVM Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7390 ZDNet UK, 25 October, 2010
As a domestic or small-office telephony gateway, the Fritz!Box 7390 delivers evolutionary improvements over its 7270 predecessor. It has all you need to set up a small yet powerful PBX system, and its impressive ease of use makes it eminently suitable for non-specialists... Read full review
AVM Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7390 easy-to-use router with comprehensive VoIP features, IT Reviews, 24 October, 2010
Ask anyone in the UK what a Fritz!Box is and you're likely to get blank stares, or worse. This is a great shame, as German-based AVM's quirky VoIP routers are usually stuffed to the gunwales with tech goodies. The Fon WLAN 7390 certainly is, and replaces the 7270 model as the flagship of the range ... Read full review