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£29.99 Linksys by Cisco RangePlus-N Wireless DSL/ Cable Router

Get online without wires. Packing the power of today’s most advanced wireless N networking technology standard into a small, sleek form, the RangePlus-n Wireless Router is designed to give you easy-to-set up performance that will get your whole family online – all at the same time, in almost no time at all. Easy to use and setup; includes Mac setup wizard.

Easily create an around-the-home wireless network experience. RangePlus-n utilizes Wireless-N technology to allow your whole family to share one broadband Internet connection but is fully compatible with Wireless-G and -B equipment. Great for wireless printing and sharing files. Step up from Wireless-G to the speed of N!

Connect all around your home with fewer dead spots. Smart antenna technology actually uses the reflections that confuse ordinary wireless technologies to capture and decode faint signals to boost range and reduce dead spots.

Four 10/100 ports make it easy to connect and access printers, networked storage drives, and other Ethernet-enabled devices wirelessly from any computer connected to your network.

Advanced wireless security and SPI firewall protection designed to help safeguard your home network and computers from most Internet attacks.


Firewall protection,

DMZ port,

NAT support,

Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI),

dynamic DNS server,

MAC address filtering,

VPN passthrough,

firmware upgradable,

Smart MIMO technology,

Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) support,

Quality of Service (QoS),

IPSec passthrough,

DHCP server

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