- Getting to know the Linksys X2000
The Linksys X2000 is a high-speed Wireless-N ADSL gateway that can be set up for both Cable and DSL connection.
- It comes with Linksys Connect software for faster setup and easier network management.
- The Guest Access feature lets you create a separate wireless network for guests while keeping your local network secured. To learn more, click here.
- It can be installed as a gateway or as a router only depending on your Internet setup. To learn how to set it up as a gateway, click here. To set it up as a router here.
- Wireless-N technology
- 2.4 GHz Radio frequency
- Guest Access feature
- Fast three (3) Ethernet ports
- High speed up to 300 Mbps
- Includes Linksys Connect software
NOTE: To know more about the Linksys X2000 product features and specifications, click here.
Ethernet (1, 2 and 3) - lights up when a computer or any device is connected to that port.
Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ (WPS) - is continuously lit when a Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ connection is successfully established. The LED blinks slowly while the Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ is setting up a connection, and blinks rapidly in amber if an error occurs. The LED goes off when Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ is idle. To learn more about the WPS feature, click here.
NOTE: Press this button to have the Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ search for your Wi-Fi Protected Setup™-supported wireless devices.
Wireless - lights up when the wireless feature is enabled. It flashes when the gateway is actively sending or receiving data over the network.
WAN - lights up white when the gateway is connected directly to an ADSL line. It lights up blue when the gateway is set up as a router only and is connected to the Internet through a separate modem.
Power - lights up when the gateway is powered ON. The LED flashes when the gateway goes through its self-diagnostic mode during boot up. When the diagnostic is complete, the LED is continuously lit.
NOTE: When the Power LED on your Linksys gateway is blinking, this means that the firmware is corrupted. To learn how to resolve this, click here.
DSL port - connects to the ADSL line.
Cable port - connects to a cable modem if the device is installed as a router only.
Ethernet (1, 2 and 3) - connect the gateway to computers and other Ethernet network devices on your wired network using an Ethernet cable.
Power - This is where you connect the power adapter.
Power button - Press this button to power ON/OFF the modem-router.
Reset - The Reset button is located at the bottom panel of the modem-router. There are two (2) ways to reset the Linksys X2000 to its factory defaults:
- Press and hold the Reset button for approximately five (5) seconds.
- Restore the defaults from the Administration > Factory Defaults page on the router's web-based setup page.
NOTE: For more instructions on how to reset your gateway to factory default, click here.
NOTE: For more details about this product, visit the Linksys Support Site to browse for more troubleshooting articles, downloadable user guides or firmware updates and other support information.
Linksys X-series Gateway Troubleshooting Frequently Asked Questions
Product comparison among Linksys X-series Gateways
Setting up your Linksys X-series Gateway as a modem-router using the Setup Wizard
Installing the Linksys X-series Gateway as a router
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