FS : Linksys 802.11n WiFi Router + ADSL Modem

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Anish

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Bought yourself a shiny new notebook with 802.11n support and just got your broadband connection installed? Utilise the full capacity and range offered by 802.11n by investing in this rock solid router cum access point.

Highlights:

1. Upto 108Mbps WiFi connectivity with N-devices
2. 4 100Mbps LAN Ports
3. ADSL Connector to share your broadband connection instantly over the 4 LAN devices and ALL WiFi devices. It has a built in DHCP server which means NO networking knowledge whatsoever is required to have your PC's online instantly!
4. Quick setup guide includes configurations for all major Indian ISP's, so just enter your username, password and surf!

Linksys.com – Products/Wireless/Basic Networking/Gateways: Broadband Routers with Modems/Wireless-N (802.11n)/WAG325N

Product is in excellent condition, bought 4 months back, over 32 Months of LOCAL warranty still left!

Bought this for 9.5k, 4 months back and still retails ~ 8.8k so this is an absolute steal!

Original box and all packaging including CD's perfectly intact, DTDC Air shipping rates anywhere in the country will be borne by me.

Reason for sale: Needed Gigabit speeds on LAN.

Product Notes:
1. Flashed to latest official firmware.

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superczar

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totally OT, but most home users typically do not need gigabit speeds since:

- 100mbit is way more than enough for even really high bit rate HD content

- Non real time bulk transfers are needed once in a rare while e.g. when trying to move your video dump from your download rig/server to a standalone NAS
On such rare ocasions, I find it more convenient to start the transfer before crashing off ...8 hrs is sufficient to transfer over 125 Gig over even a poor 100mbit network

Hence trying to understand why you need this upgrade....
 

Anish

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gcbeldar said:
PM Details, before buying WAG 200N for 3k
Your talking about the WAG 200G mate, which is a 802.11g router.

superczar said:
Hence trying to understand why you need this upgrade....
Re-structuring my network, may need more than 4 LAN ports and two WiFI routers, so still in decision mode.
 

Zack

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hardware version x1 or x2 ?

This router has too many bugs/issues ..just found on Australian linksys support forum & latest beta firmware .12 fails to fix it!
 

gcbeldar

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Zack said:
hardware version x1 or x2 ?

This router has too many bugs/issues ..just found on Australian linksys support forum & latest beta firmware .12 fails to fix it!

Hey, Suggest me is to go this or 200 for 3k ?

Anyhow Cisco support is just wonderful.
 

Anish

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Zack said:
hardware version x1 or x2 ?

This router has too many bugs/issues ..just found on Australian linksys support forum & latest beta firmware .12 fails to fix it!
I'd appreciate if you could highlight some of those issues, cause I have faced NONE so far.
 
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