Excerpt: Had to disable 5GHz to get reliable coverage. Even then, coverage drops off significantly when I am more than 15 feet away from the router in other rooms.<br />Didn't want to go through trial and error, so, will keep.
Product Title & Description Contain Incorrect Info
9 May 2013
Summary: Both the product title and specifications state that this product has a USB interface. It does not. If you look closely at the Linksys product comparison, the next step is the lowest model to include USB ports. Read closely before you buy.
Excerpt: The product is not what I thought it would be. The connection is not good in some parts of my apartment. I should be able to get a signal anywhere in my apartment but that's not the case. I should be getting a stronger signal than the other router. This one replaced my other router. On a recommendation I purchased this product. I could've kept my old router because the signal is about the same in other parts of the house.
Summary: This router has rather poor range with a even worse 5ghz range. My previous wrt54g router actually out performs this one. If you have a small 1 story house this could be a good option. However the 5ghz band only has about a 10 meter range. It was rather cheap but I excpected better quality from cisco. Going to return this.
Summary: haven't had a lot of experience buying routers,theyv'e always been part of the equipment from my cable company. so as far as i know it's working fine,haven't figured all the extras, but so far so good
Summary: When I first received this product to review for Amazon I was very excited to have a fast and easy to install router. I had bought one a few months ago and it worked just fine, it's a good thing because this did not for me. It is supposed to be very easy to install and I guess it would have been. I followed the instructions to a T, really anyone can do it. It is just a matter of unplugging your old one and plugging this one in.
The "shut up and leave me alone" router for network engineers.
Kevin Nicholls "jaded, aging hipster", Amazon
16 May 2012
Summary: For years, I've been "the computer guy" who family, friends, acquaintances, and strangers seem to seek out when it's router buying time. And for years, I've said the same thing: "Linksys WRT54G. It costs a bit more, but it's worth it." It's just been one of those things you can't go wrong with. But now that 802.11g isn't enough, and people are looking for GigE and more, it's time for a new go-to.
Summary: I've used countless routers over the years, even some of the very first built by Linksys. There weren't many options and Linksys always seemed to be one of the best. They've come a long way since the old 802.11b routers. But they seem to get to a point where they are so fast and add on so many features, it leaves an open market for the low and mid-range products. This brings us to the "mid-range" where the Linksys EA2700 N600 Dual-Band 802.11n Router ends up.