Medialink Wireless N Broadband Router

Medialink – Wireless N Broadband Router – 150 Mbps – 2.4GHz – 802.11n w/ Internal Antenna

Medialink – Wireless

This router is the perfect solution for adding a wireless network to your home or business. It fully complies with wireless standards and is guaranteed to work with any manufacturer’s 2.4Ghz wireless adapter and most manufacturers’ DSL/Cable modems.

– Wireless Data Transfer Rate: 150 Mbps
– Supports 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n Adapters Operating on 2.4Ghz Wavelength
– Includes 4 Port Ethernet Switch, Wireless Access Point, and Firewall
– Wired Data Transfer Rate: 10/100 Mbps (Ethernet 10 Base-T)
– Routing and Firewall Protocol: DHCP
– Antenna: (1) Internal
– Power Adapter:
INPUT: 100-240V (suitable for international use), 50/60Hz, 0.3A
OUTPUT: 9V – 0.6A (600mA)
DC Plug Dimension: 5.5mm (Outer Diameter) x 2.5mm (Inner Diameter) x 10mm (Length)

Medialink Wireless Routers support the most current Security Protocols and Encryption Types to allow you to easily keep out unwanted intruders to your wireless network. The following Security features are supported:
– WPS (WiFi Protected Setup)
– WPA and WPA2 Security Protocol
– WEP, TKIP, and AES – 64 and 128 Bit Encryption

Microsoft WHQL Certified
Medialink Wireless Routers are certified by Microsoft to be compatible with the following Operating Systems: Windows 2000, XP (32 and 64 Bit), Vista (32 and 64 Bit), 7 (32 and 64 Bit).

Also supports Mac OS X and Linux.

Additional Features
– EZ Connect Setup Wizard Makes Configuring Your Router Simple
– Wall Mountable To Save Desk Space

Customer Service
Medialink Products are backed by superior customer support. If you need assistance you can call us Tuesday through Saturday 9am to 6pm Eastern or email us after hours and someone will respond within the next business day.

Limited 1-Year Warranty

Product Features

  • E-Z Connect Setup Wizard Guides Through Step By Step
  • WHQL Certified by Microsoft To Be Compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7. Also Supports Mac OS X and Linux.
  • Attractive Contemporary Design with Internal Antenna
  • Supports All The Latest Security Methods Incl. WPA, WPA2 and WPS
  • Backwards Compatible With 802.11b/g Devices

More Details and Special Pricing is AVAILABLE HERE

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3 thoughts on “Medialink Wireless N Broadband Router

  1. 1.21 Gigawatts says:

    Quite surprised with this one! Well, now having the need for a wireless N network I did a bit of research into which router I should buy. After reading so many positive reviews, I kept teetering on whether or not I should try this one out… especially since I hadn’t heard of the company and the price point was so low. Eventually I figured “what could it hurt” and ordered it. I immediately got an email from the company thanking me for the order which included the support information if needed. That was a nice touch.The bottom line is that I’m VERY glad I ordered this. Set up was a breeze if you follow the very simple instructions to the letter. I was up and running in minutes.My other concern was how well it would sing with my Cisco Wireless N Bridge(The Cisco-Linksys WET610N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gaming and Video Adapter)in my living room which is notoriously finicky with non-Cisco product integration. I’m very pleased to report that it immediately started communicating once set up, and has been rock solid for 3 days streaming Hi Def 720p and 1080p video. The signal strength is fantastic and has out performed other routers I have owned in the past. Time will tell how it holds up over the long run. I will update this post if anything goes awry.Finally as icing on the cake, the router just looks cool. Thats always a happy bonus!The only negative I could find is that the tech support line isn’t 24 hours. Seeing as how I didn’t need it, I suppose that really isn’t a negative in the truest sense.I’m a heavy Amazon user who doesn’t even write reviews yet felt compelled to for this gem. A Great product, at a great price, and easy set up. Who could ask for more?*** EDIT 06/14/11 Wow, there are a ton of comments on my review and I thought it would be a good idea to chime in again. Here we are about 8 months after my purchase and the router is still going strong. I have noticed that there was some signal degradation about 3 months in, but I changed the broadcast channel and it cleared up. Whether that was a fix or coincidence I don’t know. As far as I can remember it only dropped once and I had to reset it. Not sure what people are expecting, but I thought (and still think) I got fantastic bang for the buck. And to answer some of the people implying I somehow work for the company that makes or markets it: I absolutely do not! I just was pleasantly surprised and wanted to share.*** EDIT 09/11/12 I’ve come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. Well, that’s not entirely accurate. Bottom line is my router finally died on me. Not so much “died” as sputtered out a slow pulsating death. My earlier review still stands though, this had fantastic bang for the buck while it lasted and handled download speeds to my wireless laptop as fast as my ethernet wired server. Anyway, I noticed it was bouncing a day ago and called their VERY friendly tech support. They mentioned a new firmware update and gave me some instructions on updating and hard resetting which ended up having no effect on the situation. Obviously, since it was out of warranty there wasn’t much else they could do, so I sent them a video of it doing “it’s thing” in case they ran across any similar scenarios in the future. I suppose its time to look at a new router. Might still go with this one though. I’ll update if I do! :)*** EDIT 11/20/12 “Just when I thought I was done, you pull me back in!” Have a very relevant followup… It appears that there was indeed a power surge on the circuit that most likely killed the router. After writing my update, I noticed that my Roku player as well as another device I hadn’t thought of checking was dead as a doornail. I thought I should update since some were thinking this was a fault of the device. Turns out it wasn’t. Makes me feel even better about ordering the replacement. :) All’s well that ends well.

  2. Adam C. says:

    Brilliant UPDATE (12/11/2011): I’ve had this for about a year now, and I have still never had a problem with it. I’ve left it on/plugged almost the entire time, but when I’ve had to unplug it (e.g., to move a computer desk), it has reconnected almost instantly when I plugged it back in. I also added a second laptop to the house a few months ago, and the router is still performing flawlessly. If Amazon allowed it, I’d give this thing another star.———————ORIGINAL REVIEW:I took a chance on this a few months ago, when it was relatively new and had fewer reviews. The company emailed me a few days after ordering to thank me and inform me how I could receive assistance if I needed it.Well, I haven’t needed it. In fact, this router is about as “plug-and-play” as a USB drive or mouse. I didn’t even follow the Quick Start instructions…I just plugged it in and it worked right away! I previously had a Linksys B router which would drop the connection about once or twice a night. However, the MediaLink router has worked perfectly for months…I haven’t lost the connection once! This router will seriously compete with the big boys, and for the price, it is an incredible value.Pros:+ Very, very easy to set up+ Perfect signal anywhere in my apartment+ Has worked continuously with NO LOST CONNECTIONS in two months+ Looks very sleek+ Fantastic price+ Friendly customer service, although with how well the router works, I may not ever have to contact them again…Cons:- This is a STRETCH, but the blue lights on the router are a bit bright…it may distract you in a dark environment. However, I am never in the same room as the router, so I do not care at all.Note: I use a Toshiba Windows 7 laptop, which is the only device that utilizes the router. I haven’t tested it with multiple machines or with my Wii or anything.(Also, I’ve noticed some people responding to other 5 star reviews with accusations that the reviewers work for the makers of the router. Not sure what their agenda is (Linksys employees/fanboys?), but for the record, I do not work for Mediabridge Products, LLC, nor do I know anyone who works for them. I am not receiving any compensation or other such benefits for writing this review, either. I am really impressed with this product, and I rely on reviews before making any online purchase, so I thought I’d contribute.)

  3. T. Brigden says:

    The easiest router I’ve ever set up. I have to admit I was nervous about buying something that doesn’t have a huge name behind it. I’ve dealt with plenty of routers in my time and some of them are so confusing to configure, and caused so many headaches. When I opened the box I was greeted by a small, light-weight, sleek looking box…I have to say that I was really excited about the internal antenna, those old parallel antenna were the worst thing to look at. Being the typical computer guy I am I didn’t really read through the directions, I just grabbed it and plugged it in. I reset the modem, then reset the router (by power cycling, not the reset button on the back) and…….it worked. I logged into the web interface and set up the Wifi security, grabbed my laptop to connect to it and… worked.The wireless N is a thing of beauty for someone that has been stuck with G for so long, it’s fast and has great coverage, I was able to get a stronger signal outside than before.The web interface is very nicely laid out and there are a ton of featuresPros:Quick setupvery nice lookinglights are not too bright, even though there are a lot of theminternal antennaaffordableCons:no Gig portsincluded cat5 cable could be a little longer.things to note:I didn’t use the included setup discI have cable internet and use an older Linksys cable modem.

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