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Belkin Wireless G Plus Router

by Belkin

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  • Up to 35% faster than 802.11g, with a 700 ft. signal range
  • Advanced security features, including WPA encryption
  • Backward compatible to 802.11b standard.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 10.2 x 4 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002ED4PM
  • Item model number: F5D7231-4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

The Belkin Wireless G Plus Router connection to your cable or DSL modem and enables your computers to share broadband Internet access. Our Router also lets your computer share music files, printers, and hard drives. You can add up to 32 computers to your wireless network with additional notebook and desktop wired and wireless network cards.By achieving networking speeds that are faster than standard 802.11g, the Wireless G Plus Router provides increased real world networking speeds. This means you will see overall speed improvements in mixed mode networking environments where other 802.11g devices may be present. Wireless G Plus offers even faster speeds in pure G Plus networking environments. Wireless G Plus technology is interoperable with all other wireless devices.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Range is very good and setup was easy.
S. Albright
It simply reboots over and over, forcing you to reset to factory default and lose all your settings.
Good Ol' Dave
I am so freaking tired of this piece of JUNK!
Danrogy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Victor Velrodez on March 31, 2005
The Belkin High-Speed Wrls. G Router works excellent as a cable modem wireless router, but not as a DSL wireless router. I have DSL, on my office and it doesn't work properly, I cannot expereience high speed internet because the message that shows up on the wireless computer was "Low Connection" no matter where was the router ubicated, I had to buy a Netgear one and was perfect. However I put the Belkin wireless router in my house where I have Cable modem connection and works awesome! The laptops computers works twice as fast and properly when they go online, even from a further distance than the Linksys wireless router I had before without loose the connection. I have discover that the Belkin wireless Router is designed specially for cable modem connection but have technical problems with the DSL Protocols from providing companies, so in clear words, this router is perfect for cable modem connections but a nightmare for DSL.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By William D. Barrett on March 18, 2006
I originally bought the Linksys WRT54GX2 MIMO router. After struggling with the firmware bugs, poor quality, and lack of documentation, I switched to the Belkin HSM router.

The automatic setup had trouble detecting my Internet connection. Fortunately, Belkin ships a detailed manual with its product. It guided me through setting up the modem. I never had to even call the customer support guy in India.

Within about 20 minutes, the router was up and running. I have two wireless and one wired computer on my network. The performance is phenomenal.

If you want headaches, buy the Linksys MIMO. If you want something that works, stick to Belkin.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By V. Ricciardi on April 20, 2006
I have a Belkin 54G router and it was working fine until a couple months ago. It started sporadically losing its settings and reverting to factory default settings, i.e., no internet connection. When I would try to restore my saved settings it goes through the restore process as if successful. But, upon reboot it still has the factory default settings which forces me to manually type the PPPoE and security settings in all over again. I have reloaded the firmware, powered it down, rebooted it, and manually reset it to factory defaults all with no improvement in this issue. This has happened about 10 times over the past couple of months. I emailed their tech support twice describing the issue and received a form letter response that took about 4 days and didn't address this issue at all. When I replied and advised them that the form letter was unresponsive to the issue I got a slightly modified form letter back another 4 days later which again wasn't helpful... extremely poor tech support. I like to get to the bottom of things instead of just buying new, but it seems I'm at the end of my rope with this router. I will most likely be buying a Linksys to replace it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Good Ol' Dave on October 12, 2006
...than continue to deal with this peice of junk. The thing gave me nothing but headaches, and I'd give it NO stars if Amazon would let me. Some of the issues I encountered were...

a) It is permanently stuck on one specific network address (192.168.2.x). If you want to change it to anything else, the thing stops working. It simply reboots over and over, forcing you to reset to factory default and lose all your settings.

b) when you instruct it to download the latest firmware, it stops working. It simply reboots over and over, forcing you to reset to factory default and lose all your settings.

c) Backing up the settings you gave it is a simple matter...but if you attempt to restore the settings you backed up, it stops working. It simply reboots over and over, forcing you to reset to factory default and lose all your settings.

d) Every so often, it decides to stop working on its own. It simply reboots over and over, forcing you to reset to factory default and lose all your settings. I suspect it's trying to automatically download the latest firmware according to some schedule, but I'm not sure.

e) if you're an advanced user, you'll run actoss another snafu- don't use this with any Windows 2003 servers- the security port it uses for its configuration is the same port Active Directory uses for authentication. It is hard wired into the router and cannot be changed, so anyone who tries to log onto a Windows 2003 server will receive a Belkin configuration screen instead.

If you're looking to buy one of these crummy things, unless you happen to like it that your router stops working, rebooting over and over, forcing you to reset to factory default and lose all your settings, walk right by it and get a Linksys instead.

Piece of %$#@&!!!!!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Digital Nomad IL on February 14, 2006
So far, I've purchased 9 of these routers for home users and have to admit at $60 they're a little overpriced but if you can pick them up for less than $40. They're a good and solid investment. So far...none have failed and the CD install makes it easy for any Luddite to install.

It's not the most feature rich unit out there but it is reliable and the firmware appears to be compatable with all DSL provides and Comcast Cable.

As with any piece of equipment, you may have to upgrade the firmware and alway's check the DSLReports.com Hardware forums for any possible compatability or functional issues with your specific provider before purchase
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