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Belkin F9K1001

details: N150 Wireless Router
hardware type: Wireless Router
date added: 2011-04-24
updated: 2012-08-20
The N150 provides wireless speeds of up to 150Mbps. Wireless-N technology offers twice the speed of G technology yet is fully compatible with older wireless-G networks, as well as newer 802.11n networks. Belkin's MultiBeam antenna technology gives you maximum coverage, while minimizing dead spots.

WPA/WPA2 encryption standards and preset security settings get you up and running safely. One-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) securely connects multiple computers and devices with the push of a button.

The installation of the device is easy, using the Web-based User Interface.
 F9K1001 Features
 Availability: currently available
 Warranty: 2 year(s)
 LAN / WAN Connectivity
 WAN ports: 1
 WAN port(s) type: 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
 WAN port auto cross-over: yes
 LAN ports: 4
 LAN ports type: 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
 LAN ports auto cross-over: yes
 NAT routing: yes
 Multihomed: yes
 Port forwarding: yes
 DHCP server: yes
 DHCP client: yes
 UPnP: yes
 Maximum Wireless Speed: 150 Mbps (Wi-Fi 4)
 WiFi standards supported: 802.11b (Wi-Fi 1)
802.11g (Wi-Fi 3)
802.11n (draft)
 Wifi security/authentication: WEP
 WiFi modes: Access point
 WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup): yes
 SPI firewall: yes
 Device Management
 Default IP address:
 Alternate Admin URL: http://router
 Default admin username: n/a
 Default admin password: n/a
 Administration: Web-based (LAN)
Quick Setup Wizard
 Firmware upgradeable: yes
 Configuration backup/restore: yes
 Product page:

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  User Reviews/Comments:
by paganize - 2011-10-28 04:04
It desperately needs a patch, hack whatever. in 802.11n mode, which allows n,g or b devices to connect, it only allows AES encryption, no TKIP; in 802.11g mode, it only allows g devices to connect, but does allow TKIP. so if you have a device that will only connect to 802.11b and requires TKIP, like a whole gigantic bunch of devices, you cannot connect using WPA/WPA2.
by anonymous - 2011-12-18 21:26
I concur
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