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Belkin N300 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)

Belkin N300 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)

The Belkin N300 Wireless Router is the fastest N300 router at long range versus other leading national brands.† The N300 gives you better Wi-Fi performance for surfing the Web, emailing, and instant messaging from anywhere in your home. Designed for Easy Setup, the N300 lets you get your wireless network up and running in three steps. Belkin’s exclusive MultiBeam technology minimizes dead spots and provides strong coverage throughout your home, and preset security settings ensure that your network is safe. The N300 offers speeds of up to 300 Mbps*, four Ethernet LAN ports for connecting multiple computers or devices, and Belkin’s Self-Healing app keeps your connection hassle-free.†Results based on independent third-party testing. Visit belkin.com/router-speed for details. *The standard transmission rates—300Mbps, 54Mbps, and 11Mbps—are the physical data rates. Actual data throughput will be lower.

  • MultiBeam technology for a high-powered signal throughout your home
  • Easy setup for getting your network up and running in 3 steps
  • Self-Healing to detect and resolve network problems
  • Preset Security to get you up and running safely
  • N technology for great network performance and speeds of up to 300Mbps*

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Question by Disciple: I need a wireless router, use laptop around the house and play xbox 360 in another room, what kind? features?
I know nothing about wireless routers and was thinking of buying the cheapo $ 30 one from target, 100mbps, will this 360 play online okay? my laptop isn’t used for any video streaming or anything just e mail, surfing, schoolwork uploading homework

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Answer by S
You need to shop a little more and jot down the specs of your toys and have them with you. From the looks of this you need more than one Ethernet port-(RJ 45). Some come with 4 which should be what you need.Cheap ones not a good idea. Middle of the road is better. Craigslist is a source of used. I picked up one for a client. Used little, the person changed providers after 2 months of service. 1/3 cost of new.100Mbps should do it. Not sure if your IP comes in DSL or cable. There are both kinds-watch this item. Dlink, Linkeys, Netgear, Rosewill and Motorola all build decent products. You may want to consult with your Internet Provider about settings and weather they will except other equipment other than their own brand. This can be done online. Here’s a link, you will want to go to networking on the opening page. There are 20 pages of wireless routers. You can read the customer reviews to help with your choice. Good luck. Oh! I replaced a DSL modem with router and firewall included in one package. This stuff is hair pulling, take you time and have patience.

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What customers say about Belkin N300 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)?

  1. 72 of 81 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy setup, limited features, constant reboots required, April 21, 2011
    J. W. (Chandler, AZ United States) –

    This review is from: Belkin N300 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)
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    Received this router, set it up with the same SSID and password as my previous router, and most of my devices were able to connect without having to reconfigure anything.

    Configuration of the router was quite simple. Here are the pros and cons:

    1. Easy to set up password, left wireless channel selection to auto, etc.
    2. Multibeam technology – spreads the signal well around the house. Can even use with my portable devices and laptop in the backyard (router in the den, so 2-3 walls away)
    3. Self-healing technology (though this is suspect, as it seems to consist of telling the router to reboot itself at a certain day & time). Product description claims some kind of analysis to find the clearest channel (I did configure it for auto channel selection…many routers now have that option).
    4. Many different devices connected – D-Link wireless print server, desktop PC running Vista, laptop running Windows XP Professional, laptop running XP Home, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S, iPod Touch, iPad, Wii (streaming Netflix), 7″ Android tablet, etc.
    5. WPS configuration (though I did not use it…just assuming it will work)
    6. Other standard configuration options available – DMZ, virtual server, MAC address filtering,

    1. Router displays its info (internet settings, lan settings, firewall settings, etc.) without needing to login
    2. There is no place to reserve IP address based on specific MAC ID — this is very important if you are connecting to LAN or WLAN enabled printers (or printer servers) or NAS drives. As a work around, I had to configure my printer with a static IP address, and make sure that the DHCP address range avoided the static IP used for the printer. The downside to this is the router will not display the printer in the client list (client list is only for DHCP clients, so static IP won’t show up).
    3. One of my computers will not reestablish connection if coming out from System Standby. Solution is to reboot the router (unplug power, or login from another computer and do a software reboot). This did not happen with the previous router.
    4. Frequently the printer on the WLAN network will not print. Rebooting the router (unplug power cord or software reboot) will fix problem.
    5. Missing ability to configure different TCPIP ports, services, or restrict access hours (parental control).

    If you want a simple router and are not connecting a network printer or NAS drive, this router will work fine and is simple to use. More advanced users with networked printers and NAS drives, or wanting to control internet access, etc. will find the lack of these options frustrating and should look into a brand name instead.

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  2. 33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy Install and Excellent Performance, April 1, 2011
    Labarum (Philadelphia, PA United States) –

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    The first thing to know about the Belkin N300 wireless router is it takes little more than plugging it in to have it up and running (although the software is needed to change the default password). It comes with a network cable to connect to your cable modem and four conventional LAN ports for legacy devices using non-wireless connections. The wireless connection works out of the box and the performance is very good. I was able to connect a laptop, Kindle, and Nintendo DSi without issue. For those without much of a computer background, it makes an excellent choice given its ease of use.

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  3. 17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Great if you like having to unplug if for 30 seconds once a day…, December 1, 2011
    Jake (Syracuse, NY United States) –

    This review is from: Belkin N300 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)

    I’ve had this router for about two months now, and it works great as long as you don’t try to use the internet. If you’d like to use an internet based device, you’ll need to unplug the router for 30 seconds so it remembers that it’s a wireless router and is intended to connect things to the internet.

    It’s extremely helpful to go on Belkin’s website to find out that this is considered perfectly normal, and isn’t a sign that there’s anything wrong with the router. Personally, I’d say a wireless router that forgets that it’s a wireless router once a day is not exactly a reliable piece of equipment. I’d love to return it, but I’m outside of the magical 30 day window…so I’m stuck with this POS until I scratch together the money to buy one that works.

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