"The WRT160NL boasts an impressive feature set. Real draft
Wireless-N networking (unlike the WRT160N that shares most of it's
model number), built in network storage and media server hardware,
and the above average routing features usually found in Linksys
products. Gigabit ethernet is the only “paper stat”
that I would have liked to see. Let's see how it performs in the
"Upon opening the box, I was greeted with the usuals-the router
components, a small user manual, a first time setup guide,
Linksys's traditional setup cd, and an ethernet cable. To top it
off, Linksys provides a short USB extension cable for the storage
port, in case your harddrive or flash disk's plug is too large and
interferes with the adjacent ports. It seems trivial, but it's
shows thought was put into the practical side of actually using the
router, not just it's feature set."
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