The RT-N15 is interesting in that it has no external antennas. They are completely absent; I was surprised at this and more than a little happy. The RT-N15 makes a great fashion statement, with its white sides, built in stand and blue LEDs.
Flipping the RT-N15, we find that there are the usual ports on the back. One WAN and four LAN; but what makes the RT-N15 different from most routers is the Gigabit ports. Yup, all four LAN ports are Gigabit Ethernet to keep the internal speed of your network moving along.
Also on the back is an easy config button that allows you to configure your wireless connection through the use of a simple setup utility.
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