'Belkin routers' Web interfaces are generally intuitive, and their layouts have not changed since Belkin's first Wireless-N router, the Belkin Wireless Pre-N router , which is also the very first Wireless-N router that CNET reviewed.'
'the router's interface is mediocre, and it just can't deliver when it comes to performance.'
'very good performer'
'Wireless-N that delivers -- almost • Storage functionality • Simple installation.'
'whole network share a high-speed cable or DSL Internet connection'
'MAC address spoofing and support for Dynamic DNS services such as DynDNS and TZO.com make it easy to customize your internet connection, while an SPI firewall and the ability to prevent internet activity such as Java, ActiveX and Cookies allow you a good deal of control over what your users can do.'