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Cisco-Linksys WRT310N Wireless-N Gigabit Router

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  • Wireless-N Gigabit Router
  • Internet-sharing Router and 4-port Gigabit Switch, with a built in speed and range enhanced Wireless Access Point
  • MIMO technology uses multiple radios per band to create robust signals for maximum range and speed, with reduced dead spots
  • Much faster than Wireless-G, but also works great with Wireless-G and -B devices
  • Wireless signals are protected by industrial-strength encryption, and your network is protected from Internet attacks by a powerful SPI firewall
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 3 x 11.5 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000Z3XXR4
  • Item model number: WRT310N
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (180 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,441 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

The Wireless-N Gigabit Router is really three devices in one box. First, there s the Wireless Access Point, which lets you connect to the network without wires. There s also a built-in 4-port full-duplex 10/100 Switch to connect your wired-Ethernet devices together. Finally, the Router function ties it all together and lets your whole network share a high-speed cable or DSL Internet connection.

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Customer Reviews

Was excited to finally feed my PC's NIC…Setup was easy - I didn't even bother with the installation CD - who wants all that bloat ware to be forced onto your PC anyway. F… Read more ›
It retails for $180 but I purchased it from Amazon for about $146. It runs without a problem, setup was easy, fast, and is the best router Linksys offers. It's only been… Read more ›
The unit runs outstanding. Setup was easy and customer support was very professional when a question arise. My kids notice a changed in speed when playing their video games… Read more ›
Setup was quick and easy. It has a nice low profile on my desk and I really like the easy setup button it has for syncing other products with it. Read more ›
I bought the WRT310N because if its rich feature set: gigabit ethernet, wireless N, QoS. Set up was easy with Linksys' Start-up CD. However, the router performance is… Read more ›
Easy to set up. definitely noticed a difference from G to N. Didn't realize it wasn't duel band but that's my fault. Read more ›
Router has gigabit wired, and N wireless. The setup is easy and the speed is quick. yes there are better on the market but this refurbished has done the job nicely. Read more ›
I guess it's too late now. Setting up the router is a breeze and speeds are good but the connectivity sucks. Have had the connection drop even 2-3 times in a single day. Read more ›
I now average download speeds with Comcast of 40-50 Mbps and have seen spikes of over 70 Mbps on some…If you have a need for speed, this is a great product to have. (No… Read more ›
This is a great router. The speed is fantastic. Even the wireless is fast and has reasonable range. Read more ›
Used this router for about 2 weeks before I returned it - the setup was easy and feature set / speeds are good - but wireless connectivity becomes intermittent after a few… Read more ›
Neither of my laptops is N, so I got the adapter.Linksys Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter, WUSB600N Once…Watching video streams is awesome. T… Read more ›
After being up all night trying to get everything…Wireless connection was good, the gigabit speed between my comp and my PS3 for media streaming was performing as expected. Read more ›
I think I'll just send this one back and stick to my D-Link. On a positive note though, the gigabit wired connection works pretty well. Read more ›
The client computers can see the signal and link up to it but the signal strength is impossibly weak and drifts in and out; even when it's good, the speed is one tenth what… Read more ›
As others have also found, the signal strength is WORSE than my wireless-G. Now my computer is virtually useless because I get kicked off every 10 minutes due to a lost… Read more ›
I am using WRT54G in my family room as a wireless access point. Wireless connectivity is great throughout the house now. I used the following instructions found on the web: Read more ›
The router dies days after warrenty expires due to it's cheep craptastic…I switched to D-Link wireless N router and the steady connection and connection speed is amazing. Read more ›
As soon as I reboot connection speeds jumps up to 24 mbps and then slowly starts declining over the course of the next…Range is very poor....has a range of about 45 feet. Read more ›
O…The range has been excellent, I share out the connection in our 4 plex and it reaches all of the apartments just fine, and I am sure it would be better if they had N cards. Read more ›
I purchased this product in December, set it up in 30 minutes, and it works very well. The range is excellent throughout the house and it runs cool. My Home network… Read more ›
Configuration was easy, features are great, range was good... until the device started gettng hot (or whatever) and started dropping connections and slowing down and had to… Read more ›
The speed between computers is just unreal! And the range is fantastic. I even feel that the Internet is faster. Read more ›
The product arrived very quickly, was a little hard to set up especially with wireless connections, but has good range. My previous router ("g" range) frequently lost… Read more ›
Configuration is, well, annoying as all the other wireless routers. It's time consuming and you have to tweak all these cryptic settings in order to get maximum performance. Read more ›
The Wireless-N solved all of the problems. I had some problems configuration however tech support did an excellent job of getting me up and running! My only complaint was… Read more ›
There are other out there personally like better but this linksys router was pretty impressive. There is a good range of features and it seems pretty reliable. I got a… Read more ›
As many others have said, I thought…In this case, the button in front which allows computers on your network -- which I thought was a great feature -- simply stops working. Read more ›
They all are weak in some respect or another. Anyway hope this helps and hope Cisco Systems will make a replacement unit with a cooling feature of sort. Read more ›
Second,…I get many usefule features including a VPN server allowing me to securly access my home network, better QoS settings, SNMP, remote logging and a ton of other stuff Read more ›
Will not look to Linksys/Cisco for my…The support is lacking from Cisco/Linksys especially - which never has been one of their strong selling points in the past either. Read more ›
The information this seller should post is that there is no startup support ! Read more ›
i reseachec and researched all these routers i thought one of them would work,,, but i was let down again, it wont connect, customer support sucks, and im still going on my… Read more ›
Another poor support, they remove all downloads to force upgrades and to claim they can no longer support it. Read more ›
If you need something to just give you a little bump, this is your router, Super easy to install, and…Great tech support if you do run into something you cant figure out. Read more ›
They have 24 hours support, and the rep walked me through instrallation & set up very late at night, and everything works now. Great product & excellent support Read more ›
This one is version 2 and I plan to use it as a 4 port gigabyte switch until needed as a router. The price was great. Read more ›
Does exactly what I need. Great product with a very good price. It's well worth the money. Read more ›
My son actually set this up... it seemed…It was a quick set-up, it's sleek, it's small and out of the way, an AWESOME price on Amazon compared to other places... LOVE IT!!! Read more ›
I would say no problem for those owning a big house! Thanks to Amazon for a good price and delivery! Read more ›
First off I want to complement Amazon for having the item in stock, great price and shipping it to me quickly. Amazon purchase experience was great. Read more ›
Since it's…I rated this product only four stars because, despite fantastic performance, nice looks and a good price, a perfect product would not need any modifications. O… Read more ›
However, after using it for a couple of months, my router now reroutes me when I go to certain websites. It is a problem with linksys firmware. I would NEVER buy another… Read more ›
I couldn't believe that Linksys would put out such a bad product with firmware problems like I was experiencing, so I got a second one from a different source, and it had… Read more ›
I don't think I've given this a low a rating to any…The 310N is supposed to have nifty, painless setup software and it should have increased range compared to G routers. Read more ›
I did that, but none of…I had to go back into the setup routine that's in the firmware via [...] just like in the bad old days before "easy" setup software was developed. Read more ›
The router was very easy to configure and performs very well. The EasyLink Advisor software stopped working after applying an upgrade. This seems to be a common problem… Read more ›
The network works great. We had problems with the old router reaching certain areas of the house, but this one reaches all areas without dropped connections. Read more ›
The wireless network works great. Read more ›
i have this router for a year now and i had issues with the network dropping frequently or not giving the full internet, changing now to a better brand or better model Read more ›
Very easy to install. Had a little difficulty linking the network to my laptop, but one call to tech support did it. They walked me through the process. Read more ›
Ok where do I begin, this thing in my opin is very poorly designed while it works it is not easy to set up and can be very quirky, one big problem is what others have… Read more ›
This model shares a fundamental design flaw with other consumer gigabit routers: at ten times the speed of 100-megabit routers, gigabit switch chips generate considerably… Read more ›
Immediately on installation, I logged into the router ([...]),…This takes a little bit of saavy, but the settings are straightforward and the help screens are pretty good. Read more ›
It's great if you plan to use only ethernet connections. The system configuration is incredibly intuitive and easy to use. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Thomas C. Carter on August 12, 2008
I might be a day late and a dollar short but as long as you stand the product up on it's side, there is no heat issue. If you either wall mount or mimic a wall mount by standing it on the side with the ports facing up you won't have a heat issue at all. If you lay it flat, you will have heat issues. I tried it standing up with the ports face down but it got hot. The vents for the heat to escape are on the side with the ports so if you face that side up then there is no heat issues.
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Brian on July 16, 2008
Configuration was easy, features are great, range was good... until the device started gettng hot (or whatever) and started dropping connections and slowing down and had to be manually rebooted. Sometimes these "hang ups" would completely stop traffic even on the switched gig ethernet ports. After about 10 reboots in 20 days I decided it wasn't fun anymore and I'm trying something else.
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71 of 79 people found the following review helpful By T. Miller on February 27, 2008
Found my NetGear router dead (unsurprising after reading forums and reviews of the model I had), so I replaced it with this one. It was very easy to setup and it supports WMM (wireless multimedia) and QoS which was important to me since I have the T-Mobile Blackberry Curve that can do calls over WiFi. I did not install any software and had no problem getting this thing to work with my Macs and PCs -- however, I have had several LinkSys routers in the past, which made knowing how to set this up without installing software pretty easy.

Beware, what another reviewer said about this router not being a "true N specification". It is fully compliant with the latest draft standards. It uses MIMO technology (40MHz wide bandwidth), and operates in both the 2.4GHz and 5.2GHz spectrums. And it is true gigabit ethernet for wired devices (the spec sheet does state gigabit, several times actually. I checked the sheet, and I'm getting gigabit throughput between my two wired machines plugged into the router. It's also important to realize that gigabit is way faster than even the fastest DSL or cable modem, so that measure of speed is only relevant when communicating between 2 computers that are both plugged into this router via an Ethernet cable.) Buying this won't get you a faster connection to the internet.

UPDATE: This route is STILL working great for me. I've had it for 18 months now and not one hiccup. Most Linksys routers I've bought in the past would have died by now (for no apparent reason), but this one is still going strong. Works great with my MacBook, iPhone, and PCs.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A. Rajagopalan on December 13, 2008
Used this router for about 2 weeks before I returned it - the setup was easy and feature set / speeds are good - but wireless connectivity becomes intermittent after a few days of operation - then the wireless radio shuts down. Also to make matters worse the administrative web page errors out when the router reaches this state - only way out is to do a hard reset and setup everything again - but the pattern repeats...
Linksys support confirms they have had such issues with the router. YMMV. Try at your own risk.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. Tranfo on February 3, 2009
Initially, I was really excited about buying this wireless router but I got disappointed pretty soon. The wireless connection would be lost too often (around 3 or 4 times a week). Not acceptable. I previously owned a DLink 615 router which worked great. I'll return this item and buy a DLink 655 instead.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By SAM VINE VOICE on March 5, 2008
Noticed a couple of errors in other reviewer's comments.

1) This IS a gigabit router. That doesn't affect the wireLESS capabilities at all however. It only comes into play for communication between WIRED computers plugged into this router.

2) This router is NOT dual-frequency. It is 2.4GHz only. One reviewer had that wrong. Dual-frequency router examples include Linksys wrt600n, Dlink dir-855, and netgear wndr3300.

In MY opinion, the router that is most similar to this router is the Dlink dir-655, thus the very similar price.

Good luck.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Susanna Hutcheson TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 22, 2008
My Wireless G quit working. I didn't want to mess with it anymore. So I hopped down to Office Max and bought this router. I intended to upgrade in the future anyway so this was my excuse.

Since I'm used to Linksys and also wireless, I figured this would not be much to install. I was right. It installed simply. I do suggest you put the CD in first and follow all the little rules. Even though you may know a lot about these things.

There is one mistake in the setup instructions. It tells you to put the cable from your PC into the Internet on the router. Wrong. The cable modem cable goes there. But you knew that. Right?

I also bought a wireless N adapter for my laptop, even though it's a wireless G machine. I'm glad I did. It works just great.

The speed between computers is just unreal! And the range is fantastic. I even feel that the Internet is faster. Oh, I know a router can't make the Internet faster. But it seems like it to me.

The speed difference between G and N is just out of this world. I'm very pleased with the router. Keep in mind, I just bought it today. So I may post an update.

But going from 57mbps to 135mbps is a real jump in speed. If you're ready to upgrade, go for this. You won't be disappointed.

-Susanna K. Hutcheson
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