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The Belkin N300 replaces the Surf N300 as their entry level 300Mbps wireless N router.

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Pros

easy to set up a new password and do all the basic setup stuff

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nice range of extras included in the configuration, including DMZ, virtual server, and MAC address filtering

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can handle a large number of devices connected at once

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fixes itself if anything goes wrong, boots up with all settings intact

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spreads the signal well around the house, can use WiFi from everywhere

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Cons

requires occasional reboots to get things to work

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displays information about the settings without needing to login - poor security

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no way to reserve IP addresses based on the device MAC ID

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The Belkin N300 replaces the Surf N300 as their entry level 300Mbps wireless N router. In terms of hardware they are identical, the N300 is essentially a repackaged Surf N300. It offers a couple improvements over the base model N150. This include up to 300Mbps wireless N speed and Belkin's Self-Healing feature which is advertised to detect and resolve most network problems automatically. Other features include four 100Mb ethernet ports, one WAN port, and WPA2 security. The Belkin N300 is a good option for users looking for a basic wireless N home network solution. Buyers with computers that are compatible with 300Mbps speed should pick the N300 over the N150.

Features / Specifications
  • Wireless b/g/n (up to 300MBps)
  • 10/100 ethernet (1x WAN, 4x LAN)
  • 2 internal antennas
  • WPA, WPA2, WEP
  • WPS security
  • Easy Start setup
  • Preset Security
  • Self-Healing
  • 2 years limited warranty
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