- IEEE 802.11n version 2.0
- IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b 2.4 GHz
- IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11a 5.0 GHz
- Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
Best Value with DD-WRT 12/15/2010
Dual radios (1x 5ghz, 1x 2.4ghz).
I cannot say enought about DD-WRT.... The stock firmware is garbage, but DD-WRT turns this little puppy into an extremely capable router. With DD-WRT you can stream HD video over 5ghz AND have all other devices using the 2.4ghz wireless G to browse the web. When done like that, they will never interfere with one another or have to share wireless bandwidth on the LAN.
Not gigabit - but no eggs deducted because I bought it knowing full well it wasn't.
Also worth mentioning is that it as a rom size just a tiny bit smaller than 4mb, so the standard DD-WRT builds won't fit unless a feature or two is removed (kaid etc).
I have 1 in my living room with my entertainment system, TV, XBOX, and Bluray hooked to it. It is bridged to the other on the other side of the house at 5ghz wireless N. The connection shows 135mbps, which ain't bad considering the distance and walls in-between. My wireless G network was connecting at about 14 to 20mbps......which made streaming video skipping, and streaming HD video impossible.
Do NOT expect to connect two of the that are more than 5 feet away at the advertised 300mbps (270mbps actual) speeds. If any distance is between them, it will connect at less. I bought it knowing that and the 135mbps speeds are over 6 times better than what my G network was connecting at.
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