Belkin F5D8235-4 N+ Wireless Router
Guest network feature.
Makes adding network storage easy.
Separate modes for router and access point operations.
Gigabit switch supports Jumbo Frames.
Network sharing of USB flash or hard drive.
Slow wireless throughput.
USB port limited to storage.
Poor short-range performance.
Vertical mount only.
No WPA Enterprise or RADIUS server support.
No control of file sharing feature.
Very slow file sharing.
By ImpulseGamer on October 20, 2010
F5D8235au4This clever piece of technology is perfect for sharing data across networks, thanks to the ability of connecting an external USB hard drive to the router. Boasting wireless and wired connections, the N+ Wireless Storage Router also features...80
By Maximum PC on September 29, 2009
Be our guest! With 802.11n Draft 2.0 routers becoming as common as Storm Troopers at Comic-Con, manufacturers need a feature that sets their product apart from the crowd. Like many of its competitors, Belkin added a second radio to its N+ Wireless...70
By MyMac on August 04, 2009
N+ Wireless Router with USB Storage PortCompany: BelkinThe following review is aimed toward the typical home or small office user, not the ultra-geeker 192.168 browser interface gear-head. This router will satisfy both types of users, but the former...80
By Macworld UK on August 04, 2009
We liked the N1 Vision router that Belkin launched last year, although it was a little pricey at the time (£140). So we were pleased to see the more affordable N+ router with its added features that let you share and back up files and save energy....80
By Zath UK on July 14, 2009
I’ll be honest from the start with the review of the Belkin N+ ADSL modem wireless router – it has a flaw and it’s a pretty fundamental flaw if you want to use it for one particular purpose like I did, but more on that later…I...-
By Practical PC on June 06, 2009
This Belkin router may be considered undeniably handsome, in the usual polished black plastic, and it has two quite large antennae on top so you can use it in a remote access point or bridge mode. But notwithstanding the potential of the F5D8235, we...70
By ZDNet Australia on May 28, 2009
Belkins N+ Wireless Storage Router leaps ahead of the wireless-N pack, and finally delivers a wireless-N router worth...88
By PCWorld on May 25, 2009
Belkins attractive N+ Wireless Router F5D8235-4 router ($100 as of April 20, 2009) stands out from the pack in design, features, usability, and long-range wireless throughput. Though its 2×3 antenna design lagged in short-range testing, the N+...86
By Good Gear Guide on May 13, 2009
If you want a simple to install wireless router that will let you share a hard drive on your network, the Belkin N+ Wireless Storage Router (F5D8235au4) is a good choice, especially since it comes with a lifetime warranty....80
By PC Mag on March 16, 2009
If you want, or may want in the future, to add extra storage to your network, this router is worth considering. But you can find better performers for not a lot more...50