Getting the packing materials out of the way, we see what ASUS has included with this router. Aside from the router itself, we have the WiFi antenna, AC adaptor, setup disc and a patch cable. As markings on the cable boot indicate, this is a crossover cable, rather than the standard straight-through. In order to properly connect to your cable or DSL modem, this router needs a crossover cable in the WAN/uplink port. Normal straight-through cables must be used to connect the router to your computers, however, so make sure you know which cable is which when setting things up.
Turning it around, we see the business end of the router. Unfortunately, the labels back here are less clear, consisting of white raised lettering on a white background. From the left we have the antenna connector, EZSetup button, reset button, the four Ethernet ports, the WAN/Uplink port, a USB 2.0 port, and the AC adaptor socket.