Summary: Look at any big-name ADSL router on Amazon and you'll almost certainly find an even spread of 1-star and 5-star reviews because at the end of the day, setting up a ADSL router in the UK is really something of a lottery.
Summary: It's taken me a while to get round to reviewing this, there have been lots of new models since. I have been using this for some time with no problems. I have an Imac and a pc laptop, both wireless, and no connection issues.
Summary: Box contents, modem, nice black modem with 7 or so function lights and no AE, Ethernet cable (fairly short), telephone filter, power unit (fairly short lead) and telephone cable (DSL) cable to connect line to modem, and that's it.
Summary: This router was easy to set up using the wizard software on the CD provided, but it looks as though it would also be straightforward to set it up through its web interface if you weren't using a Windows or Mac machine.
Here I sit ... 8 hours later ... manual fix in comment below ... PS up to 4 stars from 2 due to faultless operation for a year
Nick Flynn, Amazon
24 September 2011
Summary: I promised that I would review my rating after the router had bedded in and I have to say ... to date, I have now had just over a year of faultless use. (including a house move) Not 5 starts due to the major setup problems, but the work around does work. N I really wanted to love this new Router ...
Summary: I don't know enough about the tech to give a really detailed review, but I got this just as I started having real connection problems, with internet access dropping in and out. Having swapped out most things, the old router seemed the likely problem.
Summary: As with others here, my installation didnt goto plan with the CD. The setup program crashed. Hopefully Linksys/Cisco will get this sorted out soon. If it doesnt work for you then follow the tips left in this review. The hardware itself though is great. Much faster than my old Orange/LiveBox.