A Linksys ADSL2+ modem/router capable of dual-band operation
Good Gear Guide.au
6 July 2010
Conclusion: 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.
Pros: Well-implemented storage port, excellent long-range speed in 5GHz band, easy to set up, very responsive Web interface
Cons: Can't simultaneously run 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, poor long-range performance in 2.4GHz band
Summary: With one radio, this router may as well not bother being dual band. ADSL users are restricted when it comes to top-end router hardware. Due to the expense of building in an ADSL modem, routers tend to lack features such as Gigabit Ethernet, and there aren't many dual-band models either.
Excerpt: Linksys's WAG320N is the first ADSL router we've seen to come with dual-band WiFi. It's not short of other features, either; it has a USB port that lets you share an external hard disk over your network and across the internet via FTP. It can also act as a UPnP media server.
Conclusion: Sonuç olarak WAG320N'i bütçesi kısıtlı olmayan kullanıcılara önermekte sakınca görmüyoruz. Açıkçası editörünüzün annesi oturma odasında modemi görmek istemiyor doğal olarak ama WAG320N'i TV dolabının altına, potansiyel bir ortam oynatıcının yanına yerleştirmesine ses çıkarmazdı herhalde.