Summary: Extremely easy setup. This is my second Cisco Wireless Router and I will never buy any other brand. I get a "poor" signal when I have my laptop in my bedroom, which is on the other side of the house where my router is connected. But, my internet speed is still fast even though my computer says it is a poor signal! Would definitely recommend this.
Summary: Was not happy about shipping cuz they lost my package did not arrive the time that i was expecting it. But the customer service fixed it right away after few email i sent hehehe but it was okay as long as they fixed and replaced my missing order and it arrived on time. Anyway, the Cisco - Linksys E1000 Wireless-N Router is good so far...It is not fastest as i expecting but not so bad as long as i can download music ,pic and watching video online.
Summary: This review is from my 14-yr-old son...WOW!!!! This is such a GREAT router. I am not a huge tech person--that is what made it so great. I had trouble setting up 2 previous routers and ended up taking them back, but this one gave me no trouble. I recommend this router for anybody looking for a great router at an even greater price that is easy to set up!!!
Summary: This router is pretty easy to set up and link other computers in as well. The software does most of the work. Signal is strong all over our property. For basic, secure home networking, this is a high-quality product that will suit your needs.
Stay away from this router if you need wireless RANGE
L. Hernaiz, Amazon
29 April 2011
Summary: I brought this router to replace my old WRT54G. I wanted to stick with linksys since I knew the gui etc. While the product itself looks nice, and is very fast WIRED, the wireless range is complete CRAP especially with VOICE IP. Voice Ip forget about it, was choking non stop( I have a cable connection) and my laptop thats about 50 feet away was getting low 10-11MBPS 2 bar connections which at that range is UNACCEPTABLE.
Summary: There are two interfaces to configure this router. One you access through the provided Cisco Connect Software, the other you access through the web interface at the standard 192.168.0.1. Neither one controls all of the features, and once you use one, you are forever barred from using the other unless you reset the router. This means that if your setup is anything non-standard, you lose much of the router's functionality.
Like this router a ton, just wanted to point out a few problems you can avoid! (PS3, other 2.5ghz devices)
Kristopher J. Hute, Amazon
29 April 2011
Summary: I know this isn't a complete review, I really just wanted to come on here to give a few people that may be having the same problems as me a tip or two. I was loving my new Linksys E1000 router right up until I tried to connect my PS3 to it. I couldn't get it to connect for the life of me. I read how easily some others are able to connect their PS3 to the router, and began my extensive testing.
Summary: I have now had the pleasure of setting up two new Cisco routers. One was the Cisco ValetPlus, and the other was the Cisco Linksys E1000. I set up the valet for a customer, and I set up the E1000 at my house. The reason I went with the E1000 was mainly because of the price, but also, because the Valet routers and the E-series routers are almost identical other than the paint job and the fact that the installation software comes on a disc with the E-series, and on a thumb...
Summary: I bought the Linksys E1000 to replace my WRT54G because it offered the "guest network" feature (which provides internet access for "guests" while keeping your network private). I wish I hadn't. Issue 1: To use the guest network, you are *REQUIRED* to enter a password via a simple browser logon page. For guest PCs, that's easy and simple, and keeps your cheap neighbor from using your internet connection.
Summary: I've had this router 3 months now and it has not been a good experience. First off, if you want to do any manual configuration, you have to use the web interface. That's not a problem, but the fact that you can't enable or disable the wireless guest feature from the web interface is a bad design.