Got another one...for strange reason. This one works in a fashion....
Old geek, Amazon
15 November 2011
Summary: Router lasted just over a year. Then did weird things. Hard reset got to be multiple times daily. Replaced it with another brand. New one great. No more Linksys or Cisco for me. I have had them many many years, and like all things, cost goes up, quality goes down. UPDATE: Got another one. Reason?
Summary: This router is sort of an enigma. In terms of functionality (for a home router), it's Cisco's number two to the E3000 (which allows simultaneous broadcast of wifi on both 2.4 and 5 ghz frequencies -- this one does not; also, the E3000 has 6 internal antennae for greater range / signal strength where...
Summary: This router seems decent enough. Just a warning, I would recommend disabling the guest wireless access. It creates an additional network with "-guest" added to the network name. Guests use this network, along with the a web page and password you configure. Cool! ... I like that.
Summary: I bought this router after my linksys wrt54g started going out. It is a great router, with great features and flexibility. I am not utilizing any of the N wireless yet, but it is nice to have the option. I do like the built in gig switch. There are two reasons I gave it 3 stars.
Summary: Sadly the software did not load for this product resulting in my trying to return it. Whilst the company concerned did return my money eventually they were tardy in communicating and disingenuous in their management of the process of returns. Horses for course. I would not use them again.
Summary: You cannot enable/disable/configure the so-called "guest" network from the router's internal web interface. You have to use the setup software "Cisco Connect" for that, and you only get one chance, during the set-up.
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for a Netgear wirless router which was reliable but rather slow. The e2000 is fast in comparison and is one of the fastest routers available for home / small office use. When I got it up and running there was at least a 50% increase in speed with the e2000.
Summary: I'm not a computer geek, but bought this router because from the literature it seemed as though it would be suitable as a wireless router in our quite large stone-walled house. The first thing I learned was that it is just a router and not a modem/router.