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#1
would be better to put a bit more info
especially the title

Linksys by Cisco WRT120N Wireless N150 Router (for Cable) with FREE USB Adapter
#2
http://www.linksysbycisco.com/UK/en/products/WRT120N

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Tech Specs

* Model: WRT120N
* Standards: IEEE 802.3u and 802.11
* LEDs: Power, Internet, Wireless, Wi-Fi Protected Setup™, Ethernet (1-4)
* Ports: Internet, Ethernet (1-4), Power
* Buttons: Reset, Wi-Fi Protected Setup™
* Cabling Type: Cat 5
* # of Antennas: 2 (internal)
* Modulations: 802.11b: CCK/QPSK, BPSK
802.11g: OFDM/BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM
802.11n: OFDM/BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM
* Transmitted Power in dBm: 802.11b: 16.5 ± 1.5dBm (typical)
802.11g: 13.5 ± 1.5dBm (typical)
802.11n: 13.5 ± 1.5dBm (typical)
* Receive Sensitivity in dBm: -94dBm (typical) @ 1Mbps
-90dBm (typical) @ 11Mbps
-75dBm (typical) @ 54Mbps
* Antenna Gain in dBi: 2.0 (max)
* UPnP able/cert: Able
* Wireless Security: Wi-Fi Protected Access™ 2 (WPA2), WEP, Wireless MAC Filtering
* Security Key Bits: Up to 128-Bit Encryption
* OS Requirements: Windows XP, Vista, or Vista 64-bit edition with latest updates (for Network Magic and Setup Wizard), Mac OS X 10.4 or higher (for Setup Wizard)

Key Features

* Internet-sharing Router and 4-port Switch, with a built in speed and range enhanced Wireless Access Point
* Double the speed of G when used with Wi-Fi Certified Draft 802.11n devices. Also works great with older G products
* Includes four Fast Ethernet ports for your wired computers and devices
* Wi-Fi Protected Setup helps make wireless configuration secure and push button easy
* Wireless signals are protected by industrial-strength WPA2 encryption, and your network is protected from most known Internet attacks by a powerful SPI firewall
* Easy to install on a Windows PC or Mac with Cisco Setup Wizard
* Included Network Magic software helps manage and optimize your network
* Includes 30-Day Free Trial of Trend Micro Internet Security software to help protect against viruses, spyware, and identity theft
* All ports support Auto-Crossover (MDI/MDI-X) -- no need for crossover cables
* Complies with IEEE 802.11g and 802.11b standards, and compatible with some IEEE 802.11n draft 2.0 features
#3
Hotness!
#4
Had one of these for a day until i took it back it was rubbish!
Save your money and get something else.
#5
A quick search for reviews (as I was initially tempted) shows it's a bit poo

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/content/view/30900/96/

Good price for simple requirements (ie parents homes) though so will still add heat.
#6
no DSL port, so landline user can't use it directly
#7
Dont buy it.
1) doesnt work with dd-wrt (custom firmware)
2) worse than 160n that was on ebuyer a month ago for tha same price - 10 pound refund from cisco.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/636732/linksys-wrt160n-wireless-n-cable-ro
#8
A draft N router with fast Ethernet is like sucking a burger through a straw. Pointless at best.
#9
MrPuddington
A draft N router with fast Ethernet is like sucking a burger through a straw. Pointless at best.


If you can show me convincing transfer rate tests that show draft N is faster than 100mbit ethernet, I'll suck that burger patty through a straw. Look at my comments in the ebuyer 160N thread.

There's a review here http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless/wireless-reviews/30900-linksys-cisco-wrt120n-reviewed showing a max throughput of under 70mbit, and that's using 40MHz wide channels, which aren't very practical in most built up areas with multiple other wireless networks around.

in particular, I'd suggest anyone considering this router reads the closing thoughts page of the review at the above link.

It's a nice price for a router/usb adaptor combo, but don't kid yourself this is a cheap way of getting full mythical 802.11n performance
#10
I got the bigger brother the 160 and I must admit I am dissapointed in its wireless range. I have stuck dd-wrt firmware on it and increased the power to the antennas to try and solve this. It has helped but the other day I had to restart it as the router was sending out 2kb/s to my netbook downstairs when I normally get 2.5mb/s.... So quite buggy hardware and software..... [original 160 firmware meant to be really unstable so I installed dd-wrt].
#11
DONT DO IT!!!!!!

the wireless on it is pants. I brought this because my previous Linksys died thinking it would be just as good. I have my touch next to it and it registered as 1 bar and keeps dropping the connection

ATM i'm using it as a router until the cheapo router from ebuyer turns up.

then I'm lauching it as high as it'll go
#12
twe
I got the bigger brother the 160 and I must admit I am dissapointed in its wireless range. I have stuck dd-wrt firmware on it and increased the power to the antennas to try and solve this. It has helped but the other day I had to restart it as the router was sending out 2kb/s to my netbook downstairs when I normally get 2.5mb/s.... So quite buggy hardware and software..... [original 160 firmware meant to be really unstable so I installed dd-wrt].


No problem here with my 160 running original firmware. Don't believe everything you read on the internet about the original firmware, as these things are very ISP/area specific. Sounds to me like you have congested airwaves, with your Auto channel selection switched on - now that functionality is pants!
#13
MrPuddington
A draft N router with fast Ethernet is like sucking a burger through a straw. Pointless at best.


LMAO!

So are you implying that draft N is faster than 100Mb in some way?? and therefore somehow its going to slow things down? Before saying things like that I'd check that all your devices you're connecting up to the Ethernet ports on your router even support anything faster than 100Mb.

OMG some of the posts on here make me cringe!
#14
bcwc
No problem here with my 160 running original firmware. Don't believe everything you read on the internet about the original firmware, as these things are very ISP/area specific. Sounds to me like you have congested airwaves, with your Auto channel selection switched on - now that functionality is pants!


OK this weekend I will go back to the latest Linksys firmware after putting the power back to 71 [just incase that makes a difference] and will see how that goes. There are only 2 other wifi connections that I can see near me, most of the neighbours are pretty old and am sure not into technology.
#15
Bought this in the deal that was posted a few weeks ago.
I went against my gut feeling of 'listening to amazon reviews' and decided to buy it. What a terrible decision.

Kept dropping out, speeds were poor, etc. The signal strength on my ps3 dropped from 65% ( on my 5 year old neatgear router) to 35%..and then to no signal!! I have since returned the router to ebuyer and am using the old neatgear one until I find a good price on a better brand.
#16
Amann did you try those Tenda ones for £11.99 each?
#17
kemik
LMAO!

So are you implying that draft N is faster than 100Mb in some way??


Yes

kemik
and therefore somehow its going to slow things down?


...and running Fast Ethernet along side it, makes it a little less worthwhile - yes.

kemik
Before saying things like that I'd check that all your devices you're connecting up to the Ethernet ports on your router even support anything faster than 100Mb.

OMG some of the posts on here make me cringe!


I'm assuming that because he came out with such a 'cringeworthy' post, that he probably runs Gigabit. It's not exactly unheard of.
#18
do you have any evidence for draft N being faster than 100mb?
#19
jonpal88
AGREED!! I was wondering if this was for ADSL or cable users when I first saw this post? Also specification details like does it have WPA2, etc??


it does say for cable in title post. try reading :roll: honestly is it beyond people to click on the go to deal button to find out more info.

i've got the 160n and it's been good for me for a while now.
#20
twe
Amann did you try those Tenda ones for £11.99 each?


No I havent...havent heard much about them.Are they any good?
#21
No idea but they seem to be selling well on hotukdeals as it has been posted a few times....
#22
jonpal88
IT WASN'T THERE BEFORE IT HAS SINCE BEEN EDITED!!!


it was there when i first posted it. :p
#23
Amann
Bought this in the deal that was posted a few weeks ago.
I went against my gut feeling of 'listening to amazon reviews' and decided to buy it. What a terrible decision.

Kept dropping out, speeds were poor, etc. The signal strength on my ps3 dropped from 65% ( on my 5 year old neatgear router) to 35%..and then to no signal!! I have since returned the router to ebuyer and am using the old neatgear one until I find a good price on a better brand.


what amazon reviews?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00318BN72/ref=sr_1_9_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&qid=1270938114&sr=8-9 They seem to be good!

I bought this few days ago for an uncle. Will see how good it is when set up!
#24
Amann
until I find a good price on a better brand.


I am intrigued, what is a better brand than Cisco?
#25
big b0y
I am intrigued, what is a better brand than Cisco?


cisco ne linksys for the domestic products. I've heard discussion that in the domestic range, Netgear is slightly more reliable.
#26
xenny
cisco ne linksys for the domestic products. I've heard discussion that in the domestic range, Netgear is slightly more reliable.


buffalo routers are the best but pricey
#27
dmaster2000
what amazon reviews?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00318BN72/ref=sr_1_9_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&qid=1270938114&sr=8-9 They seem to be good!

I bought this few days ago for an uncle. Will see how good it is when set up!


Well i got the Tenda today and it installed very smoothly. And the signal is strong with no drop out

So its bye bye Linksys

hopefully mine was just a duff one

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