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Belkin Wireless N Router (Black)
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- Router lets you easily create a large Wireless-N network for the home or office
- MIMO antenna technology provides extended range and data throughput up to 300 Mbps
- Security options include Wi-Fi Protected Setup, WPA/WPA2 and 64-bit and 128-bit WEP encryption
- USB port allows connection of an external hard drive or thumb drive for networked storage
- Four gigabit Ethernet ports
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|Sold By||Gotta Buy Now||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Next Generation Tech||BallonD'or Sales||Quantum Networks|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||wi-fi||WiFi||Wireless||WiFi||Ethernet, Wireless|
|Data Transfer Rate||300||300 Mb per second||450 MB per second||54 MB per second||300 MB per second||450 MB per second|
|Item Dimensions||9.25 x 10.25 x 3.75 in||3 x 10.38 x 9 in||7.87 x 5.51 x 1.1 in||11.85 x 3.23 x 9.62 in||13.07 x 3.23 x 3.19 in||3.19 x 3.23 x 13.07 in|
|Item Weight||1.95 lbs||1.65 lbs||0.66 lb||1.66 lbs||2.15 lbs||2.1 lbs|
|Total LAN Ports||4||4||4||4||—||4|
|Wireless Compatibility||802.11B, 802.11G||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n||802.11bgn||802.11 a/b/g/n||802.11 a/b/g/n||802.11 a/b/g/n|
The N+ Wireless Router features a USB port on the back, that lets you connect a USB storage device. This allows multiple computers to easily access documents, videos, and photos on the storage drive over a secure wireless network. Four gigabit ports provide the bandwidth and speed needed for media intense applications like streaming music and video.
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I read the CNET review about how this Belkin N+ has such range that they overlook any faults.
I spent 3 hours trying to configure it so that it would connect to a wireless laptop sitting 2 feet away. Went to bed and got up at 2:30, determined to get it to work.
I surfed te web (via the LinkSys)and found some answers.
If you're on AT&T (SBCGlobal), and you have a SpeedStream 5100-b (5-lights), you MUST set the modem as a bridge (pass thru) and let the N+ (PPoE) do the login to AT&T. Once I set that - I was in! My DirecTV DVR hooked up via a WET54G access point, My XBOX 360 connected without a burp. My wife could sit in the living room, or in bed with her Pink ACER ONE and surf/email with no problem.
The next day, I unwired everything (while setting it up, wires were all over my desk) and put it all back together neatly. And for the first time tried to get my work laptop to connect. No go. In short, nothing connected wireless. Well, that's not quite true. Everything would see the SSID, and everything reported STRONG signal, but as soon as they did connect, their signal dropped so low that most devices reported no connection. I was about to re-hook the WRT54G and send te N+ RMA.
@ 4:30 Saturday morning, I called Belkin Tech support...AND THEY ANSWERED!!!! Sure it was from India, but the guy was polite and spoke fairly decent english.
When I told him the symptome he immediately had me switch from AUTO to channel 11, and DISABLE QoS.
PAY ATTENTION: Then he had me go to the Belkin website and to the support page - then select UNITED KINGDOM as my location. Put in the model and download the BETA Firmware 1.01.24.
After installing that, everything lit up! It all works.
I don't think the range is any better than via my WRT54G. But I have NOT had any dropouts (yet), and it will support "N" so I'm keeping it for a couple of weeks before making the final decision.
For those who noticed: I have no idea why it worked until I rewired it. I certainly did put everything back as it was during setup, and I tried positioning it everywhere - no joy. I expect it's an intermittant issue that the firmware fixed. - It's working not and I've repositioned, rebooted, rewired it many times since and it still connects everything just fine.
I think the problem with the router might be due to a conflict with my modem provided by Comcast. The reason I suspect this is because when I first bought the router, Comcast issued me two separate modems for voice and data due to lack of DOCSIS 3.0 support in their voice modems at that time. My connection was great with that configuration, but after moving to my new house the Comcast install technician suggested I reduce some wire clutter by switching to one of the newer modems (Arris TM702G/CT) which was capable of providing DOCSIS 3.0 voice and data in the same unit. That is when I first noticed my problems.
The Belkin router started randomly rebooting throughout the day and will occasionally get stuck during the reboot cycle. The indicator lights come back on one by one, but when it gets to the modem phase the light will just blink red forever until I reboot the router AND modem. To test that it isn't an actual problem with the modem I have tried directly connecting a laptop to the modem when this stuck reboot situation occurs and it's still capable of passing traffic just fine, so I definitely think it's just a conflict with the modem and router butting heads.
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