Linksys WAG320N Dual-Band Wireless-N ADSL2 Modem



Linksys WAG320N Dual-Band Wireless-N ADSL2 Modem

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The WAG320N establishes itself as a good all rounder by marrying good performance with useful software and a decent set of features. The dual-band is not simultaneous though, it doesn't use 5GHz to its best potential, and the short warranty period...

By CNET Australia on

Linksys’ WAG320N is an ADSL2+ modem, Gigabit Ethernet and dual-band wireless router in one compact body. It’s easy to configure and it has some very nifty features, such as a USB storage port and keyword filters. However, it can’t run...

By Good Gear Guide on

We like the Linksys WAG320N's ease of use, and its interface is one of the swiftest we've seen — the router doesn't need to restart anytime you make a change to its settings. The USB storage port works well, the router supports DynDNS...

By PC Advisor on

This is a dual-band modem router so if you live in a well-populated built-up area, it has more channels to try. Set-up is simple using the included software though we were irked that it tried to slip Yahoo software onto our computer as part of the...

By Web User on

Sluggish, and with one radio this router may as well not bother being dual band...

By PC Pro on

The WAG320N is a step in the right direction for ADSL routers, but it would be better with simultaneous dual-band wireless....

By Expert Reviews on

Those with ADSL broadband looking for a new modem router could do well to consider this. It isn’t the most exciting of products but it has some interesting features, particularly if you’ve got files to share or access outside your home, and...

By Web User on