The interface hasn’t changed from the old series and has the same look and feel. We hoped Belkin would have overhauled this as well but alas. The interface is quick to use and all the menu system is pretty straightforward. The first couple of options are your basic LAN, DHCP and SSID settings. Under wireless settings, you also have ‘Guest Mode’ which is handy if you don’t wish to share your primary Wi-Fi access. Under ‘Media Features’ we also have QoS where you can manage your bandwidth and decide which type of application gets how much bandwidth. The firewall section lets you add virtual servers and port forwarding. You can schedule the self-healing to maintain the network at times when you won’t be using the router. Updating the router's firmware is simple as it will tell you if there’s a new version available. After that, it’s all about going to the firmware update section, choosing the file and hitting update.
Same ol' boring interface
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