Updating firmware on linksys router wrt310n
The E4200 features a minimalistic, streamlined design with only a white status LED visible on the top.
All traffic activity LEDs and buttons have been relocated to the rear of the device.
The specifications for this chipset classify it as supporting draft-N; though Linksys documentation says that it is only a Wireless-G model that works with Wireless-N.
The Linksys WRT310N has a web interface for configuration.
Uses a BCM4705 High-Performance 802.11n/MIMO Intensi-fi Gb E Processor, BCM4321 Draft 11n Baseband/MAC, BCM2055 2.4 GHz Intensi-fi draft 11n radio and BCM5397 5 port gigabit switch. Similar to WRT300N, but with a Gigabit Ethernet switch, hardware crypto acceleration for IPSec, SSL, and WPA/WPA2, and a USB 2.0 port for connecting a hard drive or flash-based USB storage devices directly to your network to share music, video, or data files.
The router is compatible with DD-WRT (First compatible in V24) and Open Wrt (First compatible in 8.09RC1). Wireless Chipset BCM4321 and BCM2055 Switch 4 Port LAN Network 10/100/1000 Mbit/s with BCM5397KFBG. This version has the fastest speed among low-end Linksys routers.
The Linksys WRT160N/WRT310N series is the successor to the WRT54G series of routers from Linksys.
The main difference is the draft 802.11n wireless interface, providing a maximum speed of 270 Mbit/s over the wireless network when used with other 802.11n devices. The Linksys BEFW11S4 is a Wi-Fi capable residential gateway from Linksys.