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Cisco-Linksys WRT320N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router

by Linksys
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  • High-performance dual-band wireless-N router for connecting wired and wireless devices
  • Wireless-N technology for blazing-fast performance, great range, and reduced dead spots
  • Four 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet ports for connecting wired devices, such as computers, printers, and more
  • 128-Bit wireless encryption and SPI firewall for air-tight security
  • Measures 7.95 x 1.34 x 6.3 inches and weighs 10.58 ounces;
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6.3 x 1.3 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001SEL326
  • Item model number: WRT320N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,116 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at September 14, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

The sleek Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router works in two different radio bands, letting you choose the one with the least interference in your area. Either one delivers great Wireless-N performance for smooth streaming video, high frame-rate gaming, and fast data transfers all with great range and reduced dead spots. The 4 built-in Gigabit ports provide connections to your wired devices that are ten times as fast as standard Fast Ethernet ports.

Get ready for the power of Wireless-N technology with the Linksys by Cisco WRT320N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router that provides ultra-fast transfer speeds, air-tight security features, greater coverage, and support for wireless and wired devices. Dual Wireless-N radio bands ensure less interference from other wireless networks, and four integrated Gigabit Ethernet ports provides support for a variety of wired devices at blazing-fast speeds ideal for streaming videos, gaming, and ultra-quick file transfers.

Wireless-N Technology for Superior Performance
Wireless-N is the latest technology built for faster transfer speeds with less interference and greater range. The WRT320N features dual Wireless-N radio bands for a crystal-clear signal with less static and interference from other wireless networks in the area. Plus it's versatile – the WRT320N Router will work great with any of your existing Wireless-G, B, or A devices, so you don't have to go out and purchase all new equipment.

The power of Wireless-N makes it an ideal choice for heavy gaming, streaming video, and large file transfers. With the WRT320N, you get Multiple in, Multiple Out MIMO technology, which utilizes signal reflections that work to boost range and reduce dead spots. This means greater coverage, less interference, and reduced dropped signals.

Four Gigabit-Enabled Ports for Wired Devices
The WRT320 Dual-Band Wireless-N Router enables you to not only have an ultra-fast wireless network, but also to connect all of your Gigabit-enabled wired devices - such as storage drives, computers, and printers – at the same blazing-fast speeds as your wireless devices. All four of the Gigabit ports support auto-crossover (MDI/MDI-X), so there's no need to purchase crossover cables. The versatile WRT320N is the only router you'll ever need for your home network.

Air-Tight Security Features
The WRT320N protects your wireless network from security breaches and malicious attacks from hackers with its two powerful, built-in security features. This router features both 128-Bit encryption and SPI Firewall for air-tight security that will keep your network safe and secure from Internet attacks.

Minimum System Requirements
Internet Explorer 6.0, Safari 3.0, or Firefox 1.0; CD-ROM drive; Windows XP, Vista or Vista 64-bit edition; Wired or Wireless Network Adapter

Compatible with Windows and Macintosh, the Linksys WRT320N Wireless-N Router measures 7.95 x 1.34 x 6.3 inches and weighs 10.58 ounces. It is backed by a 1-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router, setup CD-ROM, User Guide CD-ROM, Quick Install, Ethernet network cable, and power adapter.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This dual band n router is that best buy for your money.
T. Kapala
We didn't have problems for a long while and then we had intermittent problems and now it's just dropping our connects left and right.
Alexander M. Scott
I hate to do this, as I've loved Linksys products for years and years, but the 320n router is just not reliable.
S. Hokanson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

171 of 176 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 29, 2009
I have this router now for six weeks. Right out of the box it gave me great speed over wired Gigabit ethernet. But over a few days, the speed went down to good ol' dial-up times. Only a router reset gave back the full speed - for a few hours until the problem came up again.
There was long discussion about this problem over at the vendor forum, and finally the issue was solved by Linksys/Cisco (had something to do with UPnP, you don't wanna know the details).
So please do yourself a favor: Buy this router. It is the best device for a home great network with a fast internet connection. BUT immediately after purchase, upgrade the router firmware to Ver 1.0.03 build 10 (release date 08/13/2009). It will save you the trouble I had.
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Brendan Buschi on May 11, 2009
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I bought this to replace my Linksys WRT54GS wireless router because I wanted the gigabit functionality for my wired network. I installed this router without using the included software. It worked instantly and flawlessly.
I have only had it for about a week. So far, I have nothing negative to report. The strength of the wireless signals is improved and my wired computers (3) transfer data at incredible speeds.
Installing routers successfully, especially wireless routers, requires a solid understanding of the technology and options available to you. I was actually hesitant to buy this router because of the negative reviews I read, but I wanted gigabit connectivity and this seemed like the best option. A lot of products get blasted, but its not always clear whether the problems lie with the products or those attempting to install and use them.
Suggestion: When installing wireless routers, I suggest filtering MAC addresses for wireless connections to only allow computers with the MAC addresses you have entered on your list to connect to your router.
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59 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Fourmaples on June 14, 2009
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I'm your average end user. Not a geek, not a technophobe. I bought this when changing ISP's where the new modem didn't have a wireless router. I have a laptop/docking station, 2 pc's, 1 ethernet 3/1 network printer, and wireless samsung blu ray for streaming pandora and netflix (an excellent device, by the way). I thought the second channel would be good for the streaming media. I had significant trouble getting the linksys router set up. After 3 unsatisfying and lengthy calls to tech support over 10 days and multiple hours spent, I still don't have use of the printer or true interconnectivity of the pcs and laptop. The desktop interface is "pretty" and very intuitive, and the wireless "router-ing" aspect is working fine now. One of the tech support calls had to end because the technician wasn't familiar with the linksys wireless network tool! I wouldn't buy this product again due to the abysmal support. Note to Shah at Cisco support: I'm still waiting for you to call me back "within an hour" as you assured me you would...
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Maurice Calloway on February 6, 2010
First let me preface this review by saying, i do own this product and it saved me from jumping off the WIFI bridge to something like powerline which might have been the nail in the cauffin had i bought all that stuff and discovered it only works for computers that are on the same circut of your homes circuit box.

Anyway, if you're looking for a rocket science review of this sexy little fast forward.. this is dedicated to those who just want a WIFI setup that works and solves your Range issue so they can get on with life!

This past Friday I called it quits and ditched all my Linksys G routers/access points/hodge podge WRT54g-DD-wrt gateway hookup stuff and threw it all in a box and hauled it to the craigslist section of the garage. Yes, I know if i had unlimited hours and my time was worth nothing, i could pop the top of those old linksys units and tinker with open source firmware till the next presidential election - But frankly, I'd rather enjoy my life.

so on to a 'N'ew chapter of success with WIFI "N" and G is now for 'G'oodbye

First I live in a typical newer home in the burbs and this SINGLE unit effectively covers all 3000sq ft home with ease. I positioned the Linksys N dual-band gigabit unit in my garage/home office area which is located on the 1st floor at the far west side of the house. After about an hour of snafus installing the setup software on Win7/and Vista (reason for 3 stars on setup).. Voila! I got it working and it was like my house started glowing with N!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Steve Cook on July 12, 2009
I bought this unit to replace an older D-Link unit that wouldn't work with my new computer. I decided to try a different brand because the D-Link had been having problems freezing up more and more frequently. At the retailer, they suggested Linksys as more of the Lexus brand. However, I've had nothing but problems with this unit. The software that accompanies the unit (Linksys Easy Link Advisor) was NOT easy. It failed to install 7 times in a row. When I call tech support, they were not able to diagnose my problem - it was obvious that the rep had a limited number of solutions to try, but didn't really understand what she was doing. I finally gave up as I'd been able to configure the router myself.

However, later that day I was getting blocked from using Google docs due to some "network defender" the router installed. Given that I wasn't able to install the software, I could not figure out how this was happening or how to turn it off. Against my better judgment, I called support again. I explained what I had been through, and the first thing she asked me to do was to uninstall the Linksys Easy Link Advisor - but of course it wasn't there, and she had obviously not listened to my situation. She put me on hold for - I kid you not - 20 minutes. When she returned, she said I'd have to call my computer manufacturer and have them adjust the registry - because the aborted installs had put something in the registry. And no, they wouldn't pay for it (as it was clearly my problem). Very frustrated, I asked to speak to a supervisor. Again, I was put on hold. I hung up after 10 minutes as I finally figured out how to solve the problem myself (I had put all that time on hold to good use). And I came here to warn others - DO NOT BUY LINKSYS. Their software is NOT intuitive, and their support is terrible.
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