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I’m participating in a little study. The FCC wants to see if Internet Providers are giving us the speeds they advertise. The new Netgear box will run a few tests and report back it’s findings. But for me, I wanted to keep using my Apple router, so I had to do some tweaking. Nothing major, but it still took up a good chunk of time while I figured it out.

Belkin N450 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)

Belkin N450 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)

Get strong performance for your networking needs with the Belkin N450 Wireless N+ Router. Featuring exclusive MultiBeam technology and speeds of up to 450Mbps*, the Belkin N450 gives you high-powered signal strength and maximum coverage throughout your home. This router also features Gigabit ports for ultra-fast file sharing and an integrated Self-Healing application to automatically detect and resolve potential network problems and keep your connection hassle-free. *The standard transmission rates—450Mbps, 54Mbps, and 11Mbps—are the physical data rates. Actual data throughput will be lower and may depend on the mix of wireless products used.

  • Strong performance for your networking needs
  • MultiBeam technology for a high-powered signal throughout your home
  • Easy setup for getting your network up and running in 3 steps
  • Self-Healing will detect and resolve network problems
  • N technology for great network performance and speeds of up to 450Mbps*

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Question by TGBoston: What to do with extra wireless routers?
I have a few extra Netgear wireless routers that I’ve collected from my family over the years. Can i do anything with these? Like extending my network or somehow hooking up printers/hard drives on them? Anything at all really.

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Why don’t you sell them on eBay??

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What customers say about Belkin N450 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation)?

  1. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Better Than The Competition – But!, October 29, 2011
    M. Maney “Marty913” (Pensacola, FL. USA) –

    This review is from: Belkin N450 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)

    First let me say that I’ve owned a lot of routers over the years (Belkin, DLink, Lnksys/Cisco, Netgear) and generally speaking I prefer Belkin for their ease-of-use and overall value for the dollar. I have a “mixed” network with both wired & wireless devices. I have a network-attached-storage (NAS) unit and frequently stream both movies and music; plus my phone service is a voice-over-Internet phone system. Dependability and speed are the two most important things I look for in a router. I do not do online/network gaming and cannot speak to that environment.

    Things I Like:

    All the basic functions are there for the average user plus a couple of features you don’t necessarily see on the competition. Self healing is one such function. Basically, routers (any network device really) benefit from a periodic “restart/reset” a few times a month. The Belkin allows you to schedule that restart to automatically occur (say, in the middle of the night). Nice!. Belkin also employs the staefull-packet-inspection methodology for inbound transmissions which is an added level of protection from hackers. Some but not all of the competition does. Coverage is good for an internal antenna router. My environment has a single-level 2000 square ft. footprint and the signal strength is full “N” in all locations. My network also registers with usable strength for neighbors within a few hundred feet (no, they don’t actually use my network).

    Setup is extremely easy and you do not have to use the supplied software if you don’t want to. I set mine up manually in about 15 minutes. A non-confusing interface with “help-bubbles” has always been a Belkin strength. For the most part (in a simple setup) you really don’t have to do much other than plug it in and setup your wireless password & network name.

    For those that require fast LAN speed (ie: non-wireless), this router is faster than several more expensive routers I’ve compared it to. Since I frequently stream movies over the network this was an important consideration. Streaming movies (wireless or wired) while others surf the net, talk on the phone, or use smartphone features is becoming an everyday requirement for multi-user households and the Belkin’s seem to handle things pretty well.

    Things Belkin Could Have Done Better:

    These items may not matter to you, and they don’t necessarily constitute a show-stopper. I like the N450 and it meets my immediate needs but I thought they deserve mention (nothing’s perfect, right?). Maybe in the future Belkin will address them.

    The N450 has a single diagnostic light as opposed to the multiple lights on previous Belkin models. I can’t believe these would add anymore than a few dollars to the cost and they are a valuable addition for troubleshooting. If the thinking was “simpler is better”, it is definitely not in cases of providing adequate performance indicators for troubleshooting. Belkin needs to spring for a couple more LED’s.

    I haven’t found a way to reserve IP addresses for a specific device. Reserving addresses for network printers & some NAS units is a valuable tool in setting up a complex network. There are ways around it for the most part but it can be time consuming. Previous Belkin routers had this feature and its removal is a mystery to me.

    In comparing the N450 to the more feature-laden N600, I find it curious that the N450 has Gigabit LAN ports and the pricier N600 does not. Normally you don’t see features removed as the price goes up. Belkin Marketing needs to take another look it’s targeted user base. I doubt most users needing faster wireless speeds would be willing to put up with slower LAN speeds for that benefit.

    All things considered:

    The N450 is a great value router for those that need good wireless coverage and very fast wired speeds for an affordable price. If you’re seeking the fastest wireless speeds, have a multilevel house, or do not have a need for Gigabit LAN speeds, the N600 would be a better alternative. The N600 has 2 additional wireless antennas which make it a better wireless performer. The N450 with the Gigabit ports strikes a better balance for those that are both wired & wireless.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Nice Wireless N Router, July 13, 2011

    This review is from: Belkin N450 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)
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    I’ve used Linksys consumer routers for many years, recently their prosumer/small business security routers/VPN. This Belkin is my fist true foray away from Linksys and Cisco products… and I am pleased. The 450N is the midrange wireless router in the Belkin lineup – The highest performance before jumping into their dual band and media centric (printer/storage) solutions. This router replaced a Linksys WRT320N in the wireless solution in my test setup.

    The menu navigation was solid, and I really enjoyed the interface in comparison to Linksys/cisco. Selecting the group header provided a quick help for the function of each menu and the guest isolation for visiting bandwidth seekers (inlaws) was perfect. I really appreciate the ability to turn on and off a guest function that doesn’t make me reconfigure my guests for my network or share my high security key with anyone outside of my household.

    The wireless speed is great, often close to 3 times the connection speed with my Linksys wireless N that it replaced. My main laptop NIC is a Intel 5300 AGN, perfect.

    The self-healing feature that resets itself is a welcome feature that will not let gremlins impact you. As a seasoned network and server platform engineer, I certainly understand the preventative value of clearing memory and cache and keeping things fresh.

    On the negative side, I do like to have the option of a horizontal placement, so the ability to remove the stand at a minimum would be helpful. From a feature perspective, more than dyndns.org as a ddns provider gives the end-user some options and keeps providers competitive. I’d also like to see local network DHCP static reservation options.

    And the check for update button is a great option that I’ve never seen in a Linksys product. My only complaint on it is that it only looks for updates from its Internet (WAN) port connection. After testing this as a gateway device, I’ve continued to use it as an access point behind a business level firewall… it will not find updates through its other network ports, even if it has a valid static IP and DNS assignment.

    I’d recommend this wireless router – I continue to use it daily. This review is typed through the 450N+ router on my laptop.

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Continually drop internet, January 24, 2012
    Robert W. Burns Jr. (NC) –

    This review is from: Belkin N450 Wireless N Router (Latest Generation) (Personal Computers)

    I bought this product becasue I have an in-house online business and my router went down late on a holiday weekend night. So, off to Walmart.
    The dual channels and high speed were very attractive. My pc’s, smartphone and tablet easily stay connected to this router at very high speeds, but it drops the internet several times a day! Looking at reviews after the fact, I see Belkin has had this problem with various routers since at least 2008.
    I tried all of the powerdown recommendations, etc., still the same.
    This piece of junk is going back. How can a company keep putting out products with the same problem?

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  4. send the to me !!!!!!! you could donate them to a school or some other place that could use them.you could flash it it with dd-wrt depending on the model (look it up ) and use it for your printers and other computers.

  5. You only need one wireless router. Unless you have several telephone lines with dsl running on it.

    You may like to give out those wireless router.


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