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BELKIN F9K1115 AC1750 Dual-Band Wireless AC+ Gigabit Router IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n

  • IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Up to 300Mbps+1.3Gbps Wireless Data Rates
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Enjoy fantastic Wi-Fi speed at any spot in your home with the BELKIN F9K1115 AC1750 Dual-Band Wireless AC+ Gigabit router. It operates on two bands: 5GHz media band with up to 1.3Gbps data transfer speed, and 2.4GHz standard band with 450Mbps maximum data transfer speed. This amounts to 4.3x faster speed than wireless-N technology, which allows you to stream movies or enjoy online games without interruption. Its MultiBeam internal antenna technology provides high-powered signal across your house for minimized dead spots. The Simple Start lets you get up and running quickly, with browser-based interface that can be accessed from your smartphone, tablet or PC. It features IntelliStream QoS for smooth, lag-free video streaming and gaming, Parent Control that ensures no inappropriate content is delivered to your device, and advanced safety features for maximum protection. This model also comes with two USB ports for easy network storage and printer sharing, as well as four Gigabit Ethernet ports for reliable, fast wired connection. Plus, with a cute, curved design with classy finish, this router offers a seamless addition to any home settings.

*The standard transmission rates - 450Mbps or 1.3Gbps (for 5GHz), 450Mbps (for 2.4GHz), 54Mbps, and 11Mbps - are the physical data rates. Actual data throughput will be lower and may depend on the mix of wireless products used.

**Up to 4.3x faster physical data rate when compared to 802.11n Wi-Fi routers using two antennas to transmit and receive data. Actual speeds will vary depending on a number of factors. In order to achieve the best performance, router must be used with a compatible wireless device.

  • newegg Fastest Dual-Band Speeds Get the fastest dual-band speeds for video streaming and gaming - up to 450Mbps (2.4GHz) + 1.3Gbps (5GHz) for delivering maximum speed to multiple devices. (The standard transmission rates - 450Mbps or 1.3Gbps for 5GHz, 450Mbps for 2.4GHz, 54Mbps, and 11Mbps - are the physical data rates. Actual data throughput will be lower and may depend on the mix of wireless products used.)
  • newegg HIGH-POWERED SIGNAL PROVIDES FULL COVERAGE MultiBeam antenna technology minimizes dead spots while optimizing streaming to multiple devices, even if you're on the opposite side of the house.
  • newegg USB AND GIGABIT ETHERNET PORTS The AC1750 DB Wi-Fi router has two USB connectors - one high-speed USB 3.0 port as well as a USB 2.0 port. You can use the USB ports to connect external USB storage device, or USB printer for wireless printing. For an ultra-fast and reliable wired connection, simply plug into one of the router's four LAN Gigabit Ethernet ports.
  • newegg EASY SETUP VIA SMARTPHONE, TABLET, OR COMPUTER With the Simple Start feature, installation is easy - just use a smartphone, tablet, or computer to set up your router.
  • newegg STREAM MOVIES WITHOUT INTERRUPTION IntelliStream QoS automatically prioritizes video and gaming streams, so you can kick back and enjoy uninterrupted streaming for movie nights or gaming marathons.
  • newegg PARENTAL CONTROL POWERED BY NORTON Protect your entire network with Parental Control powered by Norton. Block unwanted content to all of your devices automatically with this piece of customizable and easy-to-use software.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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4 out of 5 eggsEasy to use router that offers speed and stability

Pros: At first glance you will see the Belkin AC1750db slim and sleek design that contours at the top yet is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Setup was really just as easy as it could be, though with most modern routers today setup is as easy as plugging two cables in, typing in the password and progressing to binge watch Netflix and YouTube videos.
On a side note it was interesting when I opened the box and both ethernet and power supply cables where already plugged into the device, seemingly to show the new user what goes where.
Moving on the routers overall look is nice. It slim enough to where it will blend in, into most households and the base it strong and stable enough to make sure the router will always stay upright.
Moving to the back you will see 5 different 10/100/100 gigabyte ethernet ports, 1 Wan and 4 LAN ports to help support most of your networking needs. Below that you will see one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 port as well as a reset button and power input.
The USB 3.0 port offered some decent speeds when transferring around 10Gb of documents, videos and pictures over the network, clocking in at around 15min to complete on wireless and 8min on wired.
Belkins MultiBeam antenna is nice and great for a home user. I had 100% percent coverage in my apartment, with the farthest point being about 30” away. I did get a single bar about 100” away across the street, though I don’t see myself chilling on the side walk across the street anytime soon. All in all though it offered a nice and stable range of coverage.
Looking into the Belkin’s AC1750 dashboard you will notice that it is well designed and much nicer in my opinion then other router’s interfaces. It’s clean, easy to read and use, good job Belkin.
Moving onto the built in features the Belkin AC1750 offers a wide range of options for both securing and ensure peek uptime. The AC1750 has a built in firewall, with some basic website filtering and parental controls. Device and traffic logging, DLNA media server (myTwonky) and a very basic QoS control.
The Belkins built-in features are nice though the leave me wanting more out of them. All in all the Belkin AC1750 is nice router and offers a nice arrange of options for household users.

Cons: It also is really disappointing to see that just like other routers, 90% of the built-in features are disabled when turning this into an access point. I really wish Belkin, Cisco and other companies would not do this.
Intellistream or Belkin’s version of QoS is strange, as you need to get a speed test from speedtest.net or some other site then take that information and input it into Belkins dashboard and click save. Somehow this automatically adjust your settings for voice, video, and online games.
Website filtering is nice though it should really give you the option to block ones that you specify as well as Norton’s blacklist are small compared to some community compiled lists.
It also supports WAN Ping Blocking which is really nice if it worked. I could ping this device even when it was enabled. Either way you shouldn’t block a WAN ping rather you should give it a drop signal. Block tells someone that there is a device whereas a drop signal just flat out throws the ping out into space and no one is the wiser.
Also Belkin does not give you the ability to turn off HTTP requests to the routers interface, they do give you HTTPS but that means nothing when HTTP is still enabled.
Not taking off an egg for this but Belkin should not have had a USB 2.0 port colored blue, it might confuse some people. (Belkin did label the one USB 3.0 port though)

Other Thoughts: The Belkin AC1750 offers good speeds with a powerful antenna that will provide most home users with the speed and stability they are looking for in a network. Its sleek design allows it to blend into its environment and it’s easy to use interface is something I really like.
Though it does have its flaws such as, a default non-secure admin web interface, with limited QoS, web filtering, and a non-functioning WAN ping blocker setting make me hoping they release a firmware update that will allow a user to have a little more detailed control over their device.
Overall this the Belkin AC1750db is a good router and I would recommend it to a home user.

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat router

Pros: • Speeds are great and well within expectations for a 2000 sq. ft. townhouse located in the middle of a highly congested wireless neighborhood. I had no problems connecting to the router located in the middle of my finished basement even though I was in a second floor bedroom in the opposite corner of my house.
• Great looking router (my how far they've come).
• Dimmable LED lights. This is a great (and rare) feature that comes in handy if your router is in a regularly-used room in your house.
• Full range of wireless standards - a/b/g/n/ac - so it should work with any of your devices, no matter how old.
• Can use both 5GHz and 2.4GHz simultaneously, so it's like having two separate routers in your house that you can use depending on if you'd prefer range at the cost of speed (2.4GHz) or speed at the cost of range (5GHz).
• Gigabit LAN ports for use as a switch.
• Two USB ports. One is USB 3 and one is USB 2. I'm not sure why you need two ports, though, or why they aren't both USB 3. Maybe one for file sharing (USB 3) and one for printer sharing (USB 2)? Please do yourself a solid and DON’T share the files over the internet.
• OpenWRT support. I didn't install OpenWRT on here, but there is a download for it if you’re so inclined.
• Firmware up-to-date out of the box. Nobody ever updates their firmware, so this is a bit of a plus.

Cons: • Regular old big power brick that may or may not take up an outlet next to it, depending on your surge protector's layout.
• Downloadable manual is pretty sparse. It'll get you logged onto the router, but you're on your own if you need any technical walk-throughs (e.g., disabling WPS for security reasons, port forwarding, or parental controls).

Other Thoughts: • If your device is physically close to this router, make sure you connect to the 5GHz network for best speeds and throughput. If your device is a little further away or through more walls, stick to the 2.4GHz network since it'll give you a more reliable connection.
• If you plan on streaming any media over your network, you’ll need a steady 750 KB/s (~6 mbps) for a DVD ISO and about 6.5 MB/s (~52 mbps) for a Blu-Ray M2TS file. This router can handle both over either network at close range, but once you get a few rooms or floors away you’ll start to get hiccups.
• The network and power cables were already plugged into the unit when I opened the box. I've never seen that before.
• Once you connect to the default wireless network, you can access the router administrative page by entering into your browser either http://router/ or http://192.168.2.1

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5 out of 5 eggsMy Favorite Yet!

Pros: I’m only a couple minutes into unboxing this router and I’m surprised at how well my experience is so far. I wanted to get this review started, even before establishing the Internet connection, so I don’t miss any details.

The unboxing was pleasant. They put a lot of care just into that simple things. I really feels like I got something of value. It was well packaged, ever gloss was protected, and best of all: no unnecessary clutter in the box! Heck, even the cables were already connected into the router! Even the cables are quality and long - the Ethernet is more than just the blue crimp Ethernet cable you typically find. Something so simple can have a large effect, and that makes me optimistic about the rest of this router.

It has a card with a secure password already loaded into it - no initial hijacking here. The default password and settings are on the device directly, on a peel-off sticker (on the card), and printed on the card with space for your custom password. The guest network seems to be enabled, but secured, by default. The card even has a slot for it on the bottom of the router - a nice touch, and saves me some the scotch tape I normally use. It lists both the default IP (192.168.2.1 - not conflicting with common existing defaults, but also highly predictable in case you needed it), and http://router as the configuration page.

I plugged it into power (but not the rest of my network or modem), and connected to it, card in hand. Turns out, I didn’t even need to know the default URL. The configuration page launched automatically using the same splashscreen trick hotspots use to get you to the login/user agreement. Neat. It detected that it had no access to a modem and offered automatic troubleshooting on the spot. Normally, I’d be weary of it getting in the way or insulting my intelligence, but it did no such thing. It seems to cater both to novices and experts. I was also surprised when it did detect my modem was connected, it had a timer to allow the modem to boot up.

The set-up page is very elegant and simple - even with the helpful troubleshooting and explanations on the side. It also gives updates on its NTP time service, and reminds you to set up their QoS feature (Intellistream). It’s not a powerhorse, but all the features and more are there to include a watchdog service, guest access with multiple security mechanisms, advanced routing, MAC cloning, remote management, firewall log, and even LED dimming.

I’ve connected this router to my network and everything is working as advertised, with a noticeable speed boost from my previous Wireless-N router. The signal is powerful enough to make me want to limit it - I get it in my garage now, but also well outside my house and onto the streets. I guess that’s what wireless security is for though.

Everything I’ve asked this router to do it’s done, and more. Belkin, I am impressed. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for your brand on other e

Cons: Wish you could set the radio power level.

I feel a bit inadequate in my review not being able to fill the "con" field, but... I honestly haven't found anything I can legitimately write as a con. Particularly as a general consumer product for your average home user. I won't be unfair and compare it to enthusiast or enterprise hardware, but it seems that's what I'd have to do to fill this field.

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4 out of 5 eggsAcceptable

Pros: Small foot print on whatever type stand you use for it takes up about same space as the standard modem. Quality Ethernet cable provided. Once you get to the Belkin support site there are plenty of options to get what you may need form downloads to warranty support. Easy to setup, the firmware is current according to Belkin website. It is easy to change the router name and password. Once the router is connected by Ethernet cable enter the web address for it and it is simple strait forward USB3 port and USB2 port need to download software from Belkin to get access to it USB CONTROL CENTER which after install puts a link on the start menu. When setup external drive it puts software on the drive a folder called “.twonky” is on it.
Transfer speeds to external USB2 drive: USB2 Took about 10 minutes to transfer 922 JPEG files 1.62GB
USB3 the same 10 minutes transferred 1054 JPEG files 2.11GB.
Option to dim the power LED at set time of day from 10PM-8AM for example The power light is a nice blue that during daytime is reasonable but since it is in a room that never gets the lights turned out in I cannot be sure how bright it is at night time.
When took my laptop for a walk to see distance outside I got about 50’ from the router and lost connection that is through 2 exterior walls so reasonable range but far from the best but definitely good for the price range

Cons: very tiny button to turn it on that almost missed when looking it over. Both pro and con Comes with no password for access router settings so need to be sure and put yours in it.

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