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Belkin N+ Wireless Router with Increased Wireless Range & High-speed Internet Connection 300 Mbps (F5D8235uk4)

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  • USB Storage Port for easily connecting USB Hard drives to your network
  • Gigabit ethernet ports for reliable high speed wired connections
  • Draft 802.11n 2.0 increases your networks wireless range and speed than 802.11g
  • Download Speedometer bar that measures the download speed of your network
  • Push Button Security (Wi-Fi Protected Security)
  • Free 24/7 technical Support (Local Rates Apply)
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Technical Details
BrandBelkin
Item Weight921 g
Product Dimensions26.2 x 23 x 9.6 cm
Item model numberF7D4301uk
  
Additional Information
ASINB001IL4ZA6
Best Sellers Rank 32,590 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight921 g
Date First Available21 Oct. 2008
  
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Product Description

For those who need the fastest wireless connection, the Belkin N+ Router will have you flying down the fast lane. Thanks to the 802.11n Draft 2.0 technology that provides up to 300 Mbps of data throughput, and a wide variety of high-performance features, the N+ Router is the ideal choice for demanding Internet users.

Compatible with 802.11n Draft 2.0 for Incredible Performance
Using the latest, 802.11n Draft 2.0 technology, the N+ router offers outstanding range thanks to smart MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) technology. This router offers enough range to easily cover most homes or office spaces. With data throughput of up to 300 Mbps, the N+ Router can handle media-intensive applications that take up large amounts of your bandwidth. The router will easily handle high-demand network activity such as streaming music and HD video, playing games online, downloading large files, and making Internet phone calls, all without hiccups or slowdowns.If even this isn't fast enough, the N+router also has four gigabit Ethernet ports for ultra-fast wired connections.

Backwards Compatibility for Ultra Convenience
The N+ router is backwards compatible with all Wireless-G and 802.11b networks and devices, which means that you can continue to use your current computers and peripherals that are on the older standards.

Keep Your Network Safe and Private
With support for Wi-Fi Protected Security, you can ensure that your wireless network is safe and secure with a single button push. In addition to Wi-Fi Protected Security, the N+ router also supports 256-bit WPA/WPA2-Personal, and 64-bit and 128-bit WEP encryption to ensure that your data is protected.

Easily Share Storage with Your Whole Network
The router features a USB port that allows you to connect a USB storage device, such as a hard drive or thumb drive, and share its contents with all the computers on the network. With an attached storage device, you can store music, videos, and photos in a central location for everyone on the network to share and access.

Elegant, Informative Design
Featuring an elegant and smart vertical design, the N+ Router saves space and looks good on your desk. LED icons let you know at a glance the status of the connection, if security is enabled, if USB storage is being accessed, and other useful information. There's also a ""Download Speedometer"" Bar of LEDs that constantly measures the download speed of your network

Push Button Security
Simply create a secure wireless connection with the push of a button by using WPS

The Belkin N+ Router is backed by a 1-year warranty and includes free 24/7 technical support.


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Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 80 people found the following review helpful By David on 3 Aug. 2009
Firstly, ignore the review complaining about slow delivery from Amazon, which clearly has nothing to do with product. Secondly, ignore the review stating this Cable router won't work with an ADSL line.

I ordered this router on a Thursday and it was delivered two days later, so Amazon get brownie points for that. Included in the box were the router, a power supply, a setup CD, a Cat5e ethernet cable and various quick start guides. I ignored the CD, the quick start guides and the provided ethernet cable as I am connecting this to my Virgin Media modem using a Cat6 STP ethernet cable. As I always do with new routers, I performed a hard reset on the router itself. After establishing a wired connection to my desktop PC I used the GUI based setup (from 192.168.2.1# to check the router setup, and upgrade the firmware. After selecting a connection type of dynamic, the router instantly connected with my modem, detected all the Virgin Media settings and was connected to the Internet. Very much pain free and very quick. I also tried connecting using static addresses provided from Virgin, and this also worked fine.

The online setup contains all the features you would expect, such as wireless security settings, MAC filtering and firewall settings. Setting the wireless security was easy, with choices of WPA, 128-bit WEP or 64-bit WEP. There is also a button on the router to turn wireless security on and off.

Connected to this router I have two desktops wired, two laptops wirelessly, a Nintendo Wii and XBox 360 wirelessly. All the wireless devices found the router straight away with little fuss. Even my Sony Ericsson C905 connected with no problems. The gigabit ports are a real advantage as I am now moving files between my desktops at amazing speeds.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By LMD TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Nov. 2010
I've been using this router for over a year and, at first thought it was the best thing since sliced bread. It looks smart, the setup is easy and it offers a lot in the way of "tweaking" to suit your individual needs. The Gigabit ports are a boon in these days of Network-attached storage and the 802.11n wireless means highbandwidth wireless over the whole house. For lightweight browsing of the web and occasional streaming of short YouTube clips, everything has worked fine and I'd have given the router 4 stars.

Recently my use of the home network has changed to include increasing use of streaming media, iPlayer, movies from NAS ete and predominantly to wireless devices. It's this change of use that has revealed the significant shortcomings of the device. Recently the router has taken to crashing/rebooting on a regular basis and the wireless network failing intermittently. I've increased the number of devices on the Wireless LAN to a total of 12 over the last few months including an internet TV, blu-ray player and AppleTV and it's this increase that has revealed the limits of the device.

Typically, after a period of streaming media use the router will lose it's connection, drop all wireless clients and require them to reconnect, occasionally refusing to allow some devices back on the network. When you're trying to watch a movie this very quickly gets extremely frustrating. I've reached the last straw with this router and will be upgrading to something with a proven pedigree of handling highbandwidth wireless to >10 clients.

In summary, it's great if you really do want it for small home use where small means <5 wired devices and a couple of wireless devices that don't have significant bandwidth requirements. If you've got a growing array of wireless devices and want to make use of streaming media, I'd suggest looking elsewhere.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gavin Young on 30 Oct. 2010
I bought this to replace a Belkin Pre-N router (which packed in) for a home network with 3 laptops (wireless g adapters), 2 desktops, wireless printer, NAS, PS3, Wii and a couple of smartphones. Used it for about 18 months, but demoted it to a wireless access point last week after finally getting fed up with its foibles.

Setup was straightforward. Frustratingly, it could only connect at 54 Mbps to my Belkin pre-n wireless adapters so to make use of the faster N connection I had to buy several (fairly expensive) n+ USB adapters or else stick with the slower wireless g. In the end I was a bit tight-fisted and bought one new adapter.

When the planetary allignments were satisfactory and the wind from the right direction it worked a treat, with good coverage and speeds even through a couple of walls. The ability to automatically turn off the wireless overnight was handy, though I'm not sure how much energy it actually saved (but see below). I initially planned to use the USB hard drive facility, but opted to get a more functional NAS drive.

Problems were present from the start, and though fixable eventually ground me down. In no particular order:

- Connection was fragile. For no apparent reason would suffer wireless disconnects requiring windows "repair" or router re-boot. I tried static IP addresses, different channels, re-positioning the router etc. etc., all to no avail.

- The connection with my wireless printer would frequently be lost. Re-booting the printer did not solve the problem, but re-booting the router would, though this became a real pain.

- Time server function was poor. With each re-boot the router would usually lose internet time and default to midnight, Jan 2000.
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