Belkin Wireless Router N1 - F5D8231UK4 (REFURB) £18.99 delivered at 7day shop.com
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Belkin Wireless Router N1 - F5D8231UK4 (REFURB) £18.99 delivered at 7day shop.com

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Found 22nd Jul 2010
N1 Wireless Networking Based on the 802.11n draft, enables multiple receivers and transmitters to send and receive data through the air, using Intelligent MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) spatial multiplexing techniques. The smart-antenna technology builds upon the widely deployed 802.11g standard by greatly increasing speed, range and faster speeds.Providing greater range and faster speeds, N1 Wireless offers a quick and efficient way for people to distribute video, music, photos, and files among the networked computers in their home. The built-in Network Status Display shows the status of your network. The icons represent each component of your network and show you whether or not each device is working properly.

Box Contents
Belkin N1 Wireless Router
Quick Installation Guide
Belkin Setup Assistant Software CD
RJ45 Ethernet Networking Cable
Power Supply
User Manual
Network Status Display Guide
Wireless Security Setup Guide

Please Note comes complete with our own 3 month warranty

5 Comments

I am confused with the "draft" thing. Does it mean the wireless N technology is still in draft mode? if it is indeed in draft mode then for it to work without flawlessly, you would need to make sure that the computer's inbuilt wireless card manufacturer and the router manufacturer (Belkin in this case) are one and the same? If not then there might be compatibility issues?

or is it just an old stock with the "draft" technology? If you are lucky it might work? ....sorry lots of questions (_;)

can't make out if it's an ADSL or cable router ?

Rudz

can't make out if it's an ADSL or cable router ?

The F5D8231UK4 is a cable router. IE it has no modem, just an RJ45 uplink input for WAN.

You can use it with ADSL but you'll need a separate modem (or router with a modem), optionally with its own built-in DHCP server (some do, some don't - it'll just change how you set it up). So if you're just looking for faster network speeds, you could connect your old ASDL router to this with a standard cat5 patch cable (one comes in the box) and connect your computers to the new one.
Edited by: "OliWarner" 22nd Jul 2010

nomeames

I am confused with the "draft" thing. Does it mean the wireless N … I am confused with the "draft" thing. Does it mean the wireless N technology is still in draft mode? if it is indeed in draft mode then for it to work without flawlessly, you would need to make sure that the computer's inbuilt wireless card manufacturer and the router manufacturer (Belkin in this case) are one and the same? If not then there might be compatibility issues? the wireless N standard is no different to draft n, its called "draft" because they take quite some time to accept the standard and make it just N. there is no difference, but yes this is an older router as it is still using the draft version of n (no different to normal n), but newer routers will just be N as they have been made after it has been approved. no compatibility issues whatsoever.or is it just an old stock with the "draft" technology? If you are lucky it might work? ....sorry lots of questions (_;)

Cold, you can get a newer model that isn't refurbished for just 50 pence more than this from Play.Com currently.
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