Linksys’s WRT54G is a staple in the wireless router market. The WRT150N is the 802.11n successor to that well-known 802.11g router. In fact, the WRT150N is virtually the same as later revisions of the WRT54G, except with the addition of draft 802.11n compatibility, boosting wireless speeds up to 108 Mbps. Let’s see what this Wireless N Router can do as we check it out in this review.
Features & Specifications
- Standards IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g, IEEE802.11n Draft
- Device Management Web-Based
- Security WEP, WPA, WPA2 128-Bit, 256-Bit
- Ports 4 x 10/100M
- LEDs Power, Ethernet(1-4), Internet, Wireless, Security
- Buttons Reset
- Antenna External Antenna
- Transmitted Power 17 dBm
- Interface Ethernet Port
- VPN support VPN Pass Through
- Power Input 12V, 1A
- Wireless Adapter included No
- System Requirements Internet Explorer 6.0 or Firefox 1.0, CD-ROM drive, Windows 2000 or XP
- Network Adapter Dimensions 6.7″ x 5.9″ x 1.4″
- Weight 13.1 oz.
- Temperature 0C – 40C (32F – 104F)
- Humidity 10% – 85%, Non-Condensing
The Linksys WRT150N-RM wireless router arrives in a white box with a small product label on the front. It’s the refurbished SKU of the WRT150N. Inside the box is the router itself, a power adapter, Ethernet cable, and CD.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.