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Belkin Share N300 Wireless N+ Router MiMo 3D & USB Port


Belkin Share N300 Wireless N+ Router MiMo 3D & USB Port


Belkin F7D7302 Share N300 WPA2/WPA-Personal (PSK) & WEP 64/128-bit Wireless N+ Router

  • Bandwidth: 20MHz and 20/40 MHz auto
  • Encryption Types Supported: WPA2/WPA-Personal (PSK) & WEP 64/128-bit
  • Hardware Interface Type: Ethernet (4xLAN, 1xWAN), 1x USB 2.0 A Female (Storage or Printer)
  • Ports: 4x RJ45 LAN Ports; 1x RJ45 WAN Port; 1x USB 2.0 Port
  • LEDs: 1x network status LED, 1x WPS LED
  • Link Rate (Speed) : up to 300Mbps

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Question by mattman82794: Can a laptop computer or other wireless device act as a wireless repeater?
My dad was playing call of duty last night, and was only getting 1 bar of wireless reception. Now he is playing with his laptop sitting open on the table next to him, and he is getting 3-4 bars. Is the laptop relaying the wireless signal to the PS3 or is it just coincidence?

Best answer:

Answer by swirly s
Probably just coincidence. But there are apps that can make your laptop and such act as hotspots should you not have a router.

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  1. 73 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Attack of the Killer TomatoUSBs, February 15, 2013
    By 
    Timothy Brown “freelance geek” (Virginia, USA) –
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    This review is from: Belkin Share N300 Wireless N+ Router MiMo 3D & USB Port (Personal Computers)

    I was looking for an inexpensive router that fulfilled a few basic requirements:

    1) Ability to load Open Source Firmware onto. If I can’t run Tomato on it, it’s no good to me.

    2) Has at least one USB port! My goal was to use this as an AirPrint and AirPlay device.

    3) Relatively powerful CPU with a decent amount of storage and memory. In order to run some of these services, it’ll need decent hardware.

    4) Inexpensive. At least half the price of an AirPort Express. If I’m going to pay close to the price of an AirPort Express, I might as well just buy one.

    After spending an hour looking around Amazon, I had settled on a $40 ASUS until I happened to see this hot little number for $20 even! I took glance at the reviews and noticed people running TomatoUSB on it, so I figured I’d give it a shot; worst case I can just return it, right?

    It arrived the next day and I got down to work. It’s not nearly small as an AirPort Express, but it’ll be sitting on my desk so who cares, right? Besides, I’ve already got an AirPort Express if I ever need it for travel. (It’s currently being tied up extending my WiFi network into the garage/office and sharing a row of printers.)

    After spending about 3 hours doing research, I finally figured out a simple way to get TomatoUSB onto the router (which I’ve shared below). To put it simply, it works very nicely. There isn’t much more to say other than that.

    For $20, this is a great little unit! I’ve currently got it setup as an AirPrint server, so I can access my label printers from my iPhone and iPad, in addition to an AirPlay server so I can wirelessly stream music from my MacBook Air and iPhone to my USB headphones. I’ve literally got this doing everything a $100 AirPort Express can do for basically nothing. In fact, I’m thinking about buying a few more of these just to have. One for the stereo in the bedroom, one for the downstairs TV to get ethernet into the DirecTV box and one to hook an external drive into for torrents. Maybe a fourth as a spare!

    *** TomatoUSB Setup Guide ***

    So, about those instructions. An important thing to know is that the model number of this router is F7D7302, which is just a newer version of the F7D3302. So when you’re searching for firmware that’s the model you want to use. Now, I’ve spent some time doing research to get this working with TomatoUSB and finally came with a pretty simple solution. I’ve noticed a lot of guides want you to install DD-WRT first, which is completely unnecessary.

    The best version for this unit right now is the TomatoUSB builds from Toastman. While this may appear to be a lot of steps, it’s really not all that complicated.

    You’re going to want two files for this procedure. Google “tomato toastman 4shared” to find the repository (it’s hosted on a download site called 4shared). You’ll be looking for the latest version in the RT (MIPSR2) folder (each version will be split into VLAN and STD versions, you’ll want the STD one). Inside of that folder will be a bunch of .bin and .trx files. You’ll want the .bin file tagged “tomato-F7D3302” and one of the .trx files that starts with “tomato-K26USB-1.28” (you do *not* want the NVRAM versions of this file). I’d recommend getting the -Ext version of it as it includes all the features.

    At the time of this writing I’m using the following versions:
    tomato-F7D3302-1.28.7501.2MIPSR2Toastman-RT-Mini.bin
    tomato-K26USB-1.28.7501.2MIPSR2Toastman-RT-Ext.trx

    Connect the router to your Mac/PC via Ethernet, you should be assigned an IP in the 192.168.2.X range.

    Perform a 30/30/30 reset procedure to enter CFE mode. (Hold down reset for 30 seconds, while still holding the reset button unplug power from the router and wait another 30 seconds and finally plug power back in while still holding the reset button for an additional 30 seconds.)

    Navigate to 192.168.2.1 in your browser and navigate to the .bin file you downloaded earlier, then click upload. If nothing happens after a few minutes, try hitting the upload button again or reloading the page. It took two tries before it took for me, but once it did it was basically instantaneous. A new screen will flash by letting you know the firmware is being installed and the router will reboot.

    When it comes back up it *should* still have the same IP as before, but this time it will ask for your a username/password. It defaults to admin/admin. Go ahead and login, congratulations! Tomato is now installed, but we’re not quite done yet…

    In the new Tomato interface, go ahead and navigate to the Upgrade section and point this at the .trx file you downloaded. Tick the box to erase NVRAM (which will delete all your settings) so that you can start from fresh and don’t have to worry about issues cropping up later.

    That will take about 5 minutes to complete,…

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  2. 18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect once you install Tomato, October 12, 2012
    By 
    LG (SAN FRANCISCO, CA, US) –

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    This review is from: Belkin Share N300 Wireless N+ Router MiMo 3D & USB Port (Personal Computers)

    I did not even bother w/Belkin firmware, installed Tomato 1.28 w/USB support and very happy with the purchase.For the mere $20 a N router w/64MB RAM. Perfect for my tasks.

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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great router, once you install Tomato firmware, November 29, 2012
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    This review is from: Belkin Share N300 Wireless N+ Router MiMo 3D & USB Port (Personal Computers)

    This is a great budget router. Install the Tomato open source firmware and it runs like a charm. It’s stable and the USB ports work (even with a hub) to share basic USB printers and hard drives on the network. Order one for yourself and two for your grandmothers.

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