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Call +1-844-659-0555 – Linksys Wireless N Router Network Sharing Device

For any issues with your Wireless Routers, Wireless Range Extenders and Wireless Repeaters, please call our Wireless Router Support Helpline on +1-844-659-0555 and talk to a Router Expert. Our dedicated team will help your fix all the issues that you are facing with your Wireless Routers or Wireless Repeaters or Range Extenders

 

Broadband wired networks have existed for a long time, but it is only recently that wireless networks have begun to reach broadband speeds. However, their greatest advantage is they offer broadband speeds without the use of external wires. Wireless networks are easier to install and configure and they offer the advantage of movement freedom. Wireless technologies have evolved over the years and the latest standard is the 820.11g, offering speeds of up to 54Mbs. The next in line is the 820.11n standard, that will double the maximum transfer rate, but the new specifications are yet to be standardized. Linksys is one of Cisco’s most important divisions and it is known as one of the most important network equipment manufacturers. Cisco themselves are world leader in networking software and equipment and this guarantees the quality of Linksys’s wireless devices.

Linksys has expanded its line of wireless routers with several more products, adding new facilities and enhancing their speed and range. The WRT300N Linksys wireless N series router is advertised to offer up to 12 times the speed of other 802.11g routers and it is capable of sending and receiving data within a radius up to 4 times larger. However, in real world reviews, the WRT300N Linksys wireless N series router only managed to reach its maximum advertised speed, but lacked performance when it came to range. If you need a very fast and reliable wireless router for small networks, the WRT300N Linksys wireless N series router could be a viable choice. However, if you need a router able to send and receive data over a wider area, you should look at other Linksys routers. The WRT300N Linksys wireless N series router has several new innovative features that enable it to send and receive data with greater speeds compared to other wireless routers. It has multiple antennas (two standard, pen shaped) and a larger, square one. You can put them in any position you want, so you can achieve maximum transfer rates. It has a WAN port, four standard LAN ports. The WRT300n router also has a reset button, allowing you to set it to its default parameters if something goes wrong with the device. Linksys provides a documentation brochure together with its routers and on the delivered CD you will find setup advices, usage instructions and security software products (firewall, router monitoring software and an advanced configuration tool).

The Linksys WRT160N wireless N series router iss an Internet and network sharing device intended for small and medium networks. It is also a 4-port switch to allow you to connect the Linksys WRT160N router to other wired Ethernet equipment. Linksys says that the WRT160n router is compatible with the upcoming 820.11n specifications, but it works perfectly within the 802.11g specifications. The router has 256 bit encryption allowing you to fully secure your wireless setup and it comes with documentation for installation and configuration procedures. In real life tests, the Linksys WRT160N wireless N series router performed well, achieving maximum throughout put if the signal strength was at maximum. If you intend to set up a small wireless network, this router can be a good solution, as it is also cheaper than its older brother, the WRT300N router.

 

Please call our Wireless Router Support Helpline on +1-844-659-0555 and talk to a Router Expert. Our dedicated team will help your fix all the issues that you are facing with your Wireless Routers or Wireless Repeaters or Range Extenders