LevelOne WBR-6001 N_Max Wireless Router

Sep 3rd, 2009 | By Nivedh

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Opening the package up, we find another box.

LevelOne WBR-6001

Inside it, you will find the router and below that are all the accessories.

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An ethernet cable, power adaptor, two antennas, a quick installation guide, manual/utility CD, and four rubber feet are among the contents.

LevelOne WBR-6001

The router is protected by plastic and a security warning sticker to seal it closed.

LevelOne WBR-6001

Taking off the plastic, we finally see the router in its full glory. It has a “plasticky” look and is very light, almost toy-like. LevelOne’s logo adorns the top. The greyish color scheme is spartan and professional. The front face of the router features the usual status LEDs. Also present is a switch labeled “WPS” to configure security parameters and the reset button is on the front, which is a nice touch – usually I find myself performing gymnastics just to reach the reset button found on the backside of routers.

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The sides are featureless save for a warranty label.

LevelOne WBR-6001

Turning over to the back, we have four ethernet ports and a WAN port and two connectors to which the antennas attach. The power adaptor plug is also located here.

LevelOne WBR-6001

Lastly, the bottom of the WBR-6001 has a sticker with the usual information. Also, there are four spaces to attach the rubber feet to.

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  1. Hi,

    I’ve read somewhere that 300mpbs mode doesn’t work with WEP, only WPA or without authenticate at all make it work with 300mpbs.

    Can you confirm that?

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  2. Elad wrote:

    Hi,
    I’ve read somewhere that 300mpbs mode doesn’t work with WEP, only WPA or without authenticate at all make it work with 300mpbs.
    Can you confirm that?

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  3. I tried WEP, WPA, and even no encryption and could not get it to work at 300 Mbps. It could be a firmware issue.

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