The Linksys E1200 N300 Wireless Router lets you
access the Internet through a 2.4 GHz wireless connection or by using any of
its four (4) Ethernet ports. The range of this router can reach
up to 250 meters. IMPORTANT: The actual performance of the router like
wireless connection, data throughput rate, range and coverage may vary due to
any of the
following factors: Distance from the access point or router Volume of network traffic Operating system (OS) of the computer Interference from other wireless and electronic devices Obstructions like walls and furniture Wireless standard of the adapters used QUICK TIP: You can resolve some of these issues
by following the steps Wireless-N technology 2.4 GHz radio frequency 2x2 Transmit / Receive function Two (2) internal antennas Guest Access feature Four (4) Ethernet ports 10 /100 Mbps Linksys Connect Software
NOTE: The Linksys E1200 N300 Wireless Router v2
has the following new features:
IPv6 compatibility Built-in Parental Controls and Internet
Access Policy features.
Security features are included to help protect your data and
privacy while connected online. Security features are: Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2™) security provides
encryption for data on your wireless network.
Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall blocks
unwanted access to your Linksys E1200.
Network Address Translation (NAT) technology protects
and allows your entire network to access the Internet using a single Internet
IP Address. Configuring the device’s advanced settings is available
through the router’s web-based setup page.
Internet port - Connects
your modem to your Linksys router through an Ethernet Cable. The Internet
LED lights up when there is a connection made through this port. It
flashes to indicate network activity over the Internet port.
Ethernet-capable device to the Linksys router.
NOTE: The LEDs at the back panel stay solid when a device is
connected to the router through one of the Ethernet ports. The LEDs flash
to indicate network activity over a certain port.
Reset button - This allows you to reset the router to its factory
defaults. Press and hold the Reset button for
approximately five (5) seconds, or restore the defaults from
the Administration > Factory Defaults page on the router's
web-based setup page.
Minimum System Requirements Windows® Windows® XP SP3 Windows Vista® SP1 or later Windows® 7 Windows® 8 / 8.1 Windows® 10 OS X® Leopard 10.5 Snow Leopard 10.6 Mavericks 10.9 Yosemite 10.10 El Capitan 10.11 macOS™ Sierra 10.12 Web Browser Internet Explorer® 7 Safari® 4 Firefox® 3 or higher Google Chrome™