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The Linksys E1200 offers fast speed and reliable range so you can create a powerful wireless home network.

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The Linksys E1200 offers fast speed and reliable range so you can create a powerful wireless home network. Connect computers, wireless printers, and other Wi-Fi devices at speeds up to 300 Mbps. MIMO antenna technology provides broad wireless coverage throughout your home. WPA/WPA2 encryption and SPI firewall help keep your network protected. Included Cisco Connect software gets you set up in three easy steps and offers powerful tools for ongoing management of your network. Establish a separate guest network, limit Internet access using Parental Controls, and access advanced settings.

Four Fast Ethernet ports allow you to connect HDTVs and other devices directly to the router, while advanced security protocols help protect your data. You can also create a separate network for guests and set parental controls for children. Linksys Connect software allows you to easily configure and manage the router.

1-Year Hardware Limited Warranty.

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Features

  • Enjoy the benefits of Wireless-N300 (802.11n) in your home ideal for surfing the web, emailing and printing wirelessly
  • Connect your computers, wireless printers, smartphones, and other wireless devices at up to 300 Mbps transfer speed
  • Enjoy broad wireless coverage provided by MIMO antenna technology
  • Use four Fast Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) ports to directly connect wired devices
  • Keep your network protected with customizable security settings, including WPA/WPA2 Personal and SPI firewall protection
  • Set up your wireless network in three easy steps using included Cisco Connect software
  • Give visitors password-protected Internet access on a separate network - so your visitors have access to the Internet, but not your computers or data
  • Use Cisco Connect's Parental Controls to block specific websites and restrict Internet access during certain hours
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Wireless-N Technology for Reliable Home Networking

Featuring Wireless-N technology along with two internal antennas and MIMO capabilities, the Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Router (E1200) can deliver data transfer speeds of up to 300 Mbps for a strong, reliable Wi-Fi signal throughout your home. Stream videos, listen to digital music, or play online games with ease.

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Wireless Security to Block Unauthorized Access

Like other Linksys wireless networking products, the E1200 features Wi-Fi Protected Setup along with WPA/WPA2 encryption and an SPI firewall to protect your data and keep your home Wi-Fi network safely connected and secure. The router also allows you to create a dedicated network for guests and offers parental controls to limit access for children.

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Easy Setup with Software CD

Getting the E1200 up and running is simple. Just plug the router into a power source, connect it to your Internet modem and your computer or laptop, insert the installation CD into your disk drive, and follow the on-screen instructions. Linksys Connect software is automatically installed onto your computer and can be used thereafter to easily manage your router.

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What's Included

  • Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Router (E1200)
  • CD-ROM with setup software and resources
  • Ethernet cable
  • Power adapter
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to setup the wi fi for use?

    It's pretty easy. Follow the instructions on the setup disk and select security level. Run one cable from modem to router and from router to PC. Make sure to lock it down with a good password.

  • Is this router Mac compatible?

    Yes.

  • Is the speed ok that I can use an x-Box and laptop at the same time with out problems?

    The speed is good - You should have no problem running multiple hardware at the same time. It is more a function of the ISP - and how fast their internet connection is.

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