Operates two networks simultaneously.
Lot of features.
Fast, simultaneous 2.4GHz/5GHz nets.
USB drive sharing.
Deep routing features.
Dualband blows all other routers we've tested out of the water.
Storage Link give adhoc NAS functionality.
Full firewall and traffic management included.
USB port for peripherals.
Advisor software slow and of limited value.
Have to use Web interface for most changes.
No WPS support.
No wireless range extension.
Advanced features are not so easy to use.
Network hard drive performance with StorageLink USB is slow.
Lacks print-server features.
Complex setup for USB devices.
By Computer Shopper on May 01, 2008
The Linksys WRT600N stands out due to its ability to broadcast two separate networks simultaneously in both 802.11b/g and 802.11n speeds. Its performance is decent and its range is superb, but we didnt like its Linksys EasyLink Advisor monitoring...78
By PCWorld on April 30, 2008
Support for simultaneous top-performing 2.4-GHz and 5-GHz Wi-Fi nets, superior router features, and USB hard-disk sharing send the Linksys right to the head of the...-
By Maximum PC on March 07, 2008
The Linksys WRT600N is the first 802.11n draft 2.0 router weve tested that can operate on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands simultaneously. Its also the most expensive Wi-Fi router weve ever tested. We tested the router at...90
By PracticallyNetworked on February 04, 2008
Of course, you pay for this about $260. Prices for single-band 11n routers range from $40 to $210. One of the WRT600Ns radios operates in the 2.4 GHz band and supports 802.11b, g, and draft-n devices. The other operates in the 5 GHz band and...-
By Wi-Fi Planet on January 18, 2008
The Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router (WRT600N) from Linksys, part of the Cisco subsidiarys N Ultra Rangeplus line, has one thing going for it that few, if any, other consumer-grade Wi-Fi products do. Its a dual-band, dual-radio router...-
By PC Mag on December 17, 2007
Linksys makes the best of the bad "draft-n at 2.4 GHz" situation by having the only router here that can operate in the lower band and 5 GHz simultaneously. That means your n clients can run safely at 5 GHz while your b and g clients remain at 2.4...70
By LaptopMag on November 14, 2007
The king of dual-band routers, the Linksys WRT600N Ultra RangePlus can handle just about anything you throw at it, including high-def video streaming. Its perfect for those who demand the fastest speeds and who dont mind paying for it. Breaking...90
By SmallNetBuilder on October 31, 2007
Linksys almost announced the WRT600N back in January at CES. They decided not to go forward with it at the last minute, but not before exposing it enough to make its existence widely known. D-Link took a similar tack, but instead actually announced...-