WRT350N
   

Cisco-Linksys WRT350N Wireless-N Gigabit Router with Storage Link

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  • Brand: Linksys
  • Category: Wireless Routers
  • connectivity: wired & wireless
  • wireless speed: 270 Mbps

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Description

The Linksys WRT350N-N Gigabit Wireless Router merges the work of devices into one device. These devices are the wireless access point, the 4-port full-duplex 10/100/1000 switch, router and a storage link. You can connect all your weird-Ethernet devices to this router, as it contains a built-in 4-port full-duplex 10/100/1000 switch. The router allows your whole network to share a DSL Internet connection and a high-speed cable.

Technical Details

 

Brand Linksys
Model WRT350N
MPN WRT350N
UPC 745883573127
 
Key Features
Wireless Technology Wireless N
Wireless Speed 270 Mbps
Port Speed Gigabit
USB for File Sharing Yes
Built in Modem No
Connectivity Wired & Wireless
Port Qty 4-port Built-In Switch
 
Interfaces
LAN Interfaces 10/100/1000 Base-T
WAN Interfaces 1 x 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX
 
Protocols
General Protocols DHCP, IP
Remote Management Protocols HTTP, HTTPS
 
Wireless
Security WEP
WEP Encryption Length 128 bit
 
Other Features
LED Indicators LAN (10/100), Power, USB Status, WLAN (Wireless LAN)
 
Dimensions
Height 7.4 in.
Width 6.93 in.
Depth 1.57 in.
Weight 1.15 lb
 
Features
  • Product Type Router
  • Warranty 1 Year
  • Features 256-bit Wireless Protected Access (WPA2) encryption at either 64 or 128 WEP key bits, and is backed by three-year warranty
  • Up to 12 times faster than Wireless-G, but also works great with Wireless-G and -B devices
Reviews
Richard V. Burckhardt 2.0
101 of 108 people found the following review helpful
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Dr. J. Kelley 3.0
41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
I do like my new router, but was disappointed, especially after 3 days of working with my backup software and many chats with about 6 company tech support folks to discover the following:The firmware does not support full access to the USB-attached drive. Sure, you can map the drive and write to it and read from it, but you don't have the level of access necessary to adjust the attributes of the files. (For example, you can't unset the modified attribute and the file timestamp you get when you ... xcopy the file will always be the current time, not the original timestamp of the file. This renders many backup solutions useless. (A senior tech at the company finally explained -- after many hours going 'round and 'round with 3 different firmware replacements -- that this is a known "product limitation" and she pointed me to the NSLU2. More >
Jeff G. Brock 3.0
27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
I have only had this for a week or so, so I am still playing around with the settings to get the best performance. A couple of things that you should know, however:The range is advertised as 4 times the G routers. Not true. It might be slightly better, but not much. The throughput with a good to excellent signal will be much higher than a G system, 270 mbps versus 54. But, with a low signal, this drops off quickly. And the signal will be low in pretty much the same places as the G router.T ... his router does not like older G adapters. It is supposed to be backward compatible, but the range of my other laptop, with a linksys G card, is probably 1/3 to 1/4 of what it was with a G router. More than 30 feet away and it is not usable. I find this odd.Setting up the network drive is a bitch. The instructions cover about half of what you need to know. I spent more than an hour talking to customer support. More >
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