Good speeds at shorter distances.
Easy to setup.
Scheduled web access and activity reporting.
Includes four TrendMicro AV licenses.
Gigabit WAN and switch.
LELA monitoring software is great.
Deep routing features.
Easy config and network setup.
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) support.
Easy new configuration software.
Good performance at 2.4 GHz.
Concealed antennae reduce transfer speeds
Ineffective web filtering.
Requires Windows application to administer.
No jumbo frame support.
Setup process leaves out a key step.
Average transfer speeds.
No wireless range extension.
No support for 5-GHz operation.
By PCWorld India on June 27, 2009
This sleek router has great performance over shorter distances, but suffers a bit at long range. Linksys routers have always been easy to...80
By SmallNetBuilder on March 03, 2009
2.4 GHz Broadcom-based 802.11n Draft 2.0 router with gigabit switch, Parental Control and Security...-
By PC Authority on July 08, 2008
-An absolute steal at this price – great performance and superb value make this a must for next-gen WiFi junkiesIf your modem and home networking equipment currently resides in your lounge room, the WRT310N’s futuristic design will be a...100
By APC Magazine on July 07, 2008
When we reviewed the Linksys WRT160N earlier this year we found that there was a lot to like but that the lack of gigabit capability was a serious deficiency. Well, the folks at Linksys have responded with the WRT310N. As well as replacing the all...80
By Good Gear Guide on July 03, 2008
Linksys attempts to make your life easy with the WRT310N, and it succeeds by making it a cinch to install, and by supplying the intuitive and useful network utility LELA. This router does cost more than its 10/100 stablemate, but if you need the extra...75
By CNET Australia on June 24, 2008
Aside from its potentially worrisome heat output, the Linksys WRT310N Wireless-N Gigabit Router is a networking dynamo with chart-topping performance and a sleek (maybe too sleek) design....78
By Computer Shopper on May 01, 2008
The words "ultra range" in the Linksys N Ultra Range Plus arent just marketing speak—this router delivers incredible range and decent speeds, and it comes with a slick monitoring utility that anyone can use, regardless of technical...79
By PCWorld on April 30, 2008
Sleek and speedy, this Linksys is a good choice for a small business that wants 2.4-GHz and gigabit support and doesnt need the multimedia-friendlier 5-GHz option. Has deep routing...-
By PC Mag on January 08, 2008
The WRT310N is the new look of Linksys home routers, including not just a sleek new case but a face and feature lift to its EasyLink Advisor setup and management software. The result is a pretty new home router at an attractive price, whose one large...60