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Cisco by Linksys Factory Refurbished E3200 High-Performance Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless-N Router

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  • Cisco E3200
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • ASIN: B006YB9082
  • Item model number: Linksys E32000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,764 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


Product Description

  • Enjoy the power of high-performance, simultaneous dual-band Wireless-N technology (80211n) ideal for home entertainment
  • Connect Internet-ready TVs, Blu-rays, game consoles and other devices at superior speeds up to 300 + 300 Mbps
  • Double your network bandwidth with simultaneous dual bands
  • Connect an external storage device to the built-in USB port to share your files at home or on the Internet
  • Connect a printer to share among the computers on your network

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    This is definitely the best router to get on a budget.
    ecordell
    I have to reboot the router several times a day to get it to work.
    BRIAN
    It is easy to set up, it works great, it has very good range.
    Dolf Daam

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By M. Novick on April 7, 2012
    Verified Purchase
    Bought the router for home use in my mixed (PC and Mac) environment. Product ships with no physical manual (which is very typical nowadays), just the router, power adapter, network cable and a CD. CD has a large "RUN ME FIRST" label on it.

    Trying to be dutiful about following directions, I popped the CD into my MacBook Pro, which is running the latest version of OS X (10.7.3, Lion). I was pleased to see it supported the Mac OS, but was dismayed that it said my OS X was "outdated" and suggested upgrading to 10.5 or 10.6. Fortunately I was able to go online (hooking back up the old router of course) and download a newer version of the Cisco Connect program which actually supports Lion. Lion has been out since last July (and of course was in testing long before then) - is it too much to expect the router to ship with a version of the software that supports it?

    Once I got past that (and went through the process of updating the firmware - my router shipped with 1.0, current firmware is 1.0.3) the router worked fine for basic tasks. However, a few things to note if you're looking at this router:

    - If you are hoping to use the included USB port to hook up a printer, please note that at this time this is a Windows ONLY option - the option to hook up a USB printer is not included with the Mac version of the Cisco Connect software, and there is (to my knowledge) no way to manually make this work. It also doesn't work with Windows Server 2003 - the Cisco Connect software doesn't support that OS at all.
    - By default, the setup makes the password for administering your router and the password to connect to your wi-fi the same.
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    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Eric B. on February 20, 2012
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    Needed a replacement for my 6yr old router that crapped out on me. Did some research online, CNET.com is a great place, and read reviews on amazon and ended up with the Cisco by Linksys Factory Refurbished E3200 wireless router. I'm very happy with my purchase. You can't beat the price of the factory refurbished router ($73 and free super saver shipping). It took me right at 5 minutes to open the package, plug it in and use the provided CD to get my wireless internet going. I was surprised by this as usually when people say this in a review it is usually a guesstimation and ends up taking 10-15 minutes or even longer but it literally took me 5 minutes to get this router set up. The CD is self explanatory, just put it in your computer and run it. I'm running MAC OS X 10.6.8 and had no software compatibility issues. It's easy to add more devices to the router and manage other simple settings in Cisco Connect (the program on the CD that ends up on your computer). And it's pretty cool that it has a guest network too where friends that come over can log in to the guest network that is separate from the main network. The speed is great, my internet download and upload speeds when in the same room as the router are very close to what my provider advertises; advertised up to 12Mbps and 1Mbps, I've gotten up to 11.55 and 0.98 and it doesn't fluctuate much. There's a speed test in Cisco Connect or you can go online to find one. When in the next floor down (the basement) it's about one Mbps and .2 less than it is upstairs. Great middle of the road product for average internet users who don't need to go with the E4200. Definitely will recommend to all my friends.
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    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. Dent #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 6, 2012
    The Linksys E3200 is, without a doubt, an impressive product. It's one VERY easy to set router that appears to operate reliably and even comes with a couple of notable bells and whistles. However, some of the 'high performance' claims proved to be slightly exaggerated and I wasn't impressed by the quality of user support.

    My experience with Cisco's refurbished equipment is that it's practically indistinguishable from 'new' except for less warranty coverage and support. Our E3200 performed flawlessly under heavy stress (supporting over 2 dozen devices) for one year already.

    SETUP (5 of 5)

    One question most of us ask ourselves before proceeding to set something as intimidating as a new router is 'will I be able to make it work for me?' The good news is that in this case the answer should be 'probably or most likely yes.' For a basic setup, you simply plug in the router, run the Cisco Connect app provided on a CD on a computer equipped with a Wi-Fi adapter and... you are connected.

    Cisco Connect is a well-organized app that will help you add devices to the network - and once the router is app and running most devices will add themselves once you provide the password - allow for limited 'guest' access on a separate network, set parental controls, test your Internet connection speed and directly manage your router if you need to split your network for better performance, configure DNS and DHCP, advanced wireless settings, security, manage the attached disk if you have one, set access policies and so forth.

    It gets as sophisticated as you need it to be and the good news is that both Cisco Connect and the router's Web interface are are well organized and are backed by a very well written and quite detailed manual.
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