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Linksys by Cisco WAG320N Wireless N Gigabit Dual Band Modem Router (for ADSL / telephone line connections i.e BT Broadband)

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  • Connect and share a high-speed ADSL line, 'always on' connection to internet;4-port Gigabit switch, works in either the 2.4 or 5 gigahertz radio bands to help avoid interference;Wireless-N technology for robust range and speed and more complete coverage throughout your home;Wi-Fi Protected Setup helps make wireless configuration secure and push button easy;Advanced wireless security and a powerful firewall help protect you from Internet hackers
  • 4-port Gigabit switch, works in either the 2.4 or 5 gigahertz radio bands to help avoid interference
  • Wireless-N technology for robust range and speed and more complete coverage throughout your home
  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup helps make wireless configuration secure and push button easy
  • Advanced wireless security and a powerful firewall help protect you from Internet hackers
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLinksys
Item Weight363 g
Product Dimensions16 x 20.2 x 3.4 cm
Item model numberWAG320N-UK
  
Additional Information
ASINB0030XMPQG
Best Sellers Rank 31,201 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight816 g
Date First Available15 Dec 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Linksys by Cisco DualBand WirelessN ADSL2 Modem Router with Gigabit WAG320NUK Networks Wireless Routers

Manufacturer's Description

Linksys X2000 Wireless-N Router with ADSL2+ Modem

Enjoy fast wireless connectivity for your home or office. The Dual-band Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem Gigabit Router has a built-in high-speed ADSL2+ Modem for a fast, 'Always On' connection to the Internet. There are four built-in Gigabit ports supply high-speed connections to your wired devices.

Ideal for:

  • Fast wireless connectivity in your home or office
  • Sharing Internet access, surfing the web, emailing and printing wirelesslyy
  • Streaming multimedia and gaming
  • Connecting multiple devices

Key Features:*

  • Built-in ADSL2+ Modem for a fast 'Always On' connection to the Internet
  • Selectable Dual-Band to maximize throughput and help avoid network interference
  • Reliable coverage with MIMO antenna technology
  • Four built-in Gigabit ports supply high-speed connections to wired devices

Features

Built-in DSL Modem

Built in high-speed ADSL2+ Modem for a fast, 'Always on' connection to the internet.

Reliable Wireless Coverage

Experience coverage you can count on. Wireless-N's Multiple in, Multiple Out MIMO technology actually uses the signal reflections that confuse ordinary wireless technologies to boost range and reduce dead spots.

Advanced Security

Advanced wireless security and SPI firewall protection designed to help safeguard your home network and computers from most Internet attacks.

Feature - dual band
UPnP Media Server

Built-In Media Server streams music, video, and photos to any UPnP-compatible media adapter.

Feature - dual band
The power of Dual-Band

Double your network bandwidth with Dual-Band N (2.4 and 5GHz) designed to avoid interference and maximize throughput ideal for HD media streaming, file transfers and wireless gaming.

Quick to install

Cisco Connect helps you set up your wireless network in a few easy steps on a Windows or Mac computer.

Easy to manage

Cisco Connect works with Mac and Windows computers and helps you customize settings or quickly add new devices to your network. Cisco Connect enables you to:

  • Create a separate, password protected network for guests
  • Limit access time and access to certain websites with parental controls
  • Access advanced network settings easily
  • Measure your connection speed with the Broadband Speed Meter
  • Perform regular automated update checks for firmware and software with the option to install



Technical Specs

Model:Linksys WAG320N
Technology: Wireless-N
Bands:2.4 or 5 GHz
Transmit/Receive:2 x 2
Ethernet Ports x Speed:4 Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Software Setup:

Cisco Connect CD Install

Setup guest access
-Manage parental controls
-Advanced network settings
Support:24/7 Award winning Online Support Resources, 90 days complimentary assisted support
Warranty:2 year hardware limited warranty
OS Compatibility:Windows, Mac

Minimum System Requirements

  • Web Browser: Internet Explorer 6, Safari 3, or Firefox 2 or higher for optional browser-based configuration
  • CD or CD/ DVD Drive
  • Network Magic Base and Setup Wizard Software Require Up-to-Date Windows XP, Vista, or Vista 64-Bit Edition
  • Setup Wizard also Runs under Mac OS x 10.4 or Higher

Package Contents

  • Dual-Band Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem Gigabit Router
  • Setup Software and User Guide on CD-ROM
  • Ethernet Network Cable
  • Phone Cable
  • Power Adapter

Package Dimensions

202  x 34  x 160 mm



*Maximum performance derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications. Actual performance can vary, including lower wireless network capacity, data throughput rate, range and coverage. Performance depends on many factors, conditions and variables, including distance from the access point, volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, operating system used, mix of wireless products used, interference and other adverse conditions.




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Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Cheung on 2 Mar 2010
This is one of the first ADSL routers I have seen with 4x Gigabit ports.

So I bought this to speed up copying of files between my various PCs. The ability to connect USB storage is a nice bonus.

ADSL was easily configured. Web interface standard Linksys affair. Synch'ed slightly faster than my old Thomson router but nothing to get excited about.

One feature not mentioned much is the ability to use port 1 of the Ethernet ports to connect to another Internet source. Useful if later you decide to switch to Virgin Cable as it means you dont have to spend on another device. Downside is ofc you lose a port.

The storage/NAS feature works briliantly. The set up in the web interface takes a little getting used to and not recommended for a beginner but then this is not a router you would get for your granny!

This router is aimed squarely at the prosumer market and from that respect its fabulous. Only thing missing is the ability to hook up a printer via USB too.

Wireless works flawlessly. The dual band is there but its one or the other. You cannot run both simultaneously.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By RichStock on 24 Mar 2011
My primary reason for purchasing this router was as a replacement for the standard BT issued Access Point and the additional 802.11n capability. I've used the router on and off since its purchase (about 6 months) but have finally dispatched it to the great Access Point graveyard in the sky in sheer and utter frustration?
Why?
In a nutshell this is by far the worst wireless device I've ever had the misfortune to use as the signal strength is little more than shocking and the random disconnects are bizarre to say the least. I've spent hours switching channels, changing mode to G only etc, all in an attempt to improve the signal strength. Nothing improved it.
As a test of how bad this box is I've seperately tested three Access Points I have at home with identical settings, identical location etc to to confirm the WAG320N is a shocker.
The other AP are the standard issue BT device 2700HGV and a Linksys WRT54G from back in the day when Linksys really used to produce great kit, prior to being consumed by Cisco.
With regards to signal strength there was little between the BT device and the WRT54G but the WAG320N signal dropped within half the range of the other two.
The WAG320N is not cheap and even as a freebie from an ISP I would have regarded it as poor. I bought this router on the strength and excellent service provided by the Linksys WRT54G but I would be very cautious about spending any of my heard earned cash on Linksys kit again. The one slight positive is that I'm not alone, a simple google for "WAG320N signal strength" confirms many users incredible unhappy with this kit. If I thought I was alone I would have asked Linksys for a replacement but it is simply not worth my loss of income persuing it.

However, it's not all bad.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A. Gardiner on 17 May 2010
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I bought this router to replace the one I received from BT. Specifically, I wanted a router which I could adjust the settings more easily and fully than is possible with the BT one. This router has an excellent range and is a doddle to set up. The only drawback I had with it was when using the 5Ghz range on the WiFi. I bought the Cisco USB adapter Linksys by Cisco WUSB600N Wireless-N USB Network Adapter with Dual-Band in conjunction with the router in the hope that I could switch band and get a 'cleaner' signal and therefore a longer range. In fact, the key dropped the signal by 20% at 10 feet (no walls) and moving downstairs meant losing the signal altogether. Switching to the 2.4Ghz range on the router and then reverting to the internal NIC in my netbook meant getting a 50% signal downstairs again. Clearly the 5Ghz range advertised on these two products is less than perfect. My advice? Get the router, it is excellent, but forget the Cisco USB adapter. Oh, and don't bother with Amazon's 'expedited' service - my kit took 4 days to arrive, not my definition of 'expedited'... something I won't bother with again.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. A. Miller on 4 Jun 2010
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Buying this product was a bit of a gamble for me, firstly because for some time i had been searching around the net looking at reviews of this product, from professional reviewers to the people who bought them, and there's seems to be a mix match of what people think of the product, from people having a good experience of the product to the dissatisfied ones.
Here's my thoughts:
- Wireless speeds are better than the traditional "G" standard, but I've used faster "N" routers. Although you have to consider if the additional cost of something faster is really worth it? (What meets your needs?)
- This router isn't best suited to HD video streaming but will happily do normal def stuff.
- Setting it up was easy (so long as you have your broadband information at hand), the setup wizard walks you through in a simple and easy to understand fashion.
- From what I experienced, Mac support is equal to the PC. I.e. the CD that comes with the router works on both platforms.
- Gigabit ethernet is amazingly fast. Great if you're transferring massive files.
- USB feature is useless in the real world. On a Mac, finding a USB stick on the network required too much effort, i've heard it's easier on the PC. But the router should be treating any USB drive plugged into it as if it was another computer on the network. Therefore making it easy to find.
- If you are thinking of attaching a storage device to the router, you're better off using a NAS type device rather than using the USB port on the back. NAS was designed for a network (hence the name), has nice management features and importantly is faster than USB or firewire (when using the ethernet).
- When they say Dual-band, they don't really mean it. You have a choice between the standard 2.
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