The Linksys WRT120N is an entry-level wireless 802.11n router, or access point designed for users with basic network connectivity needs. This router is not certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance as a Draft 2.0 802.11n product due to its single-stream capabilities. Therefor the WRT120N is limited to a maximum bandwidth of only 150 Mbps when used in 40MHz mode. This router is backwards compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g connections, and includes 4 Ethernet ports for wired connections. In terms of security WPA and WPA2 are fully supported with 128-bit encryption. WiFi Protected Setup mode is also available for those with limited security knowledge. Other features include QoS (Quality of Service) for prioritizing user applications plus parental controls for limiting and monitoring internet usage. The Linksys WRT120N can be configured and maintained through any modern web browser.
- 802.11b/g/n capabilities
- 4 wired Ethernet ports
- WEP/WPA/WPA2 128-bit encryption
- WiFi Protected Setup mode
- QoS (Quality of Service)
- WMM (Wireless MultiMedia)
- HTTPS secure admin access
- Access Restrictions (10 deny or allow-based policies)
- Logging (Linksys Logviewer recording)
There seems to be a flaw in the administration software. If the NAT setting is changed then the unit can fail, adminstration become unavailable (HTTP 404 error) and the reset disabled. Linksys Cisco support knows about this problem but won't consider a recall. Don't buy if you intend to use the Admin screens.