Wireless-N router ideal for sharing photos and files, surfing the web, emailing and instant messaging Speeds of up to 300 Mbps on Wireless-N networks; backward compatible with Wireless-G networks Easy 3-step set-up; preconfigured security: Wi-Fi Protected Setup, 256-bit WPA/WPA2 and 64/128 WEP encryption Advanced apps include automatic back-up of photos and files; network problem detection and resolution; and wireless printing Backed by Belkin's 2-year limited warranty and 24/7 tech support
Not trying to thread crap or anything OP but that router has horrible reviews. That being said it can run dd-wrt and I would suggest installing dd-wrt right away don't even waste your time with Belkins firmware.
ArtieLange said: Not trying to thread crap or anything OP but that router has horrible reviews. That being said it can run dd-wrt and I would suggest installing dd-wrt right away don't even waste your time with Belkins firmware.
I thought I remembered that I was thinking about getting one then.
posted: Dec. 22, 2013 @ 4:54p
Crazzzzy said: Good router, at least the hardware. Tomato/DD-WRT compatible. The last time this came up, massive numbers of people jumped on it. See here: http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/expired-deals/1182506/ Looks like last time was for the MAX which has GE Ethernet ports, this one is 10/100.
I had the N300 with 2 USB ports, easiest NAS ever on stock. I retired it thinking it might interfere with my main wifi router but miss having 2 spare SSDs on hand. Nowadays I'm hooking up with Plex on everything.
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posted: Dec. 22, 2013 @ 5:50p
Crazzzzy said: Good router, at least the hardware. Tomato/DD-WRT compatible. The last time this came up, massive numbers of people jumped on it. See here: http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/expired-deals/1182506/ Slightly different router than the one in the thread you linked to. The one in this deal has one USB port, the other one had two. Also, the Share Max has gigabit ethernet, this router does not. If those things aren't important to you, no big deal, but wanted to point out the differences.
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