Summary: I've only set up the router with my network to test if the router is in a good condition because I just want this router as a network back up, just in case the router that I am using for any reason will become faulty but at the same time I am very happy that this router Linksys WAG320N has a good network performer. Best Regards, Gerardo Villavicencio.
Summary: I've had this router for about 2 years now, and am looking to replace it. I certainly wouldn't recommend getting this to anyone. There have never been *any* software updates for it. * It crashes frequently and drops out. * It often won't assign an IP address. * I'd describe the signal strength as fairly poor. * The power connection also appears to be intermittent. * If you think you'll create a networked USB drive using this, don't bother, the speed is too slow.
Summary: Ignore the nay-sayers, this is the best router I have owned bar none. Easy set-up, lots of options and gigabit ethernet most welcome for those of us who KNOW ethernet is better ;) The only downside I can see at this point with regards future-proofing is that it doesn't have ipv6 support, but we could well get this in a firmware upgrade, I'm led to believe it's relatively simple to add from a software point of view.
Summary: I live in the country and am at the end of a long telephone line from my local exchange but I do enjoy around about a 5 MB connection and have learnt recently that my exchange is being upgraded to ADSL 2+ early next year so I'm looking forward to that. It seems that living in the sticks has a few drawbacks and one is frequent power outs and one of these was responsible for blowing up the modem in my previous WAG320N, luckily I have a Belkin 100MB Modem/Router so I was...
Summary: Bought this on the strength of online reviews about its capability to connect an external hard-drive directly. Regrettably I should've looked at Amazon Reviews to realise the nature of this Lemon. Sadly, even contacting Cisco's support desk was of no use, so it was returned within hours of arrival. Looks better in the marketing than it delivers in reality.
Summary: I bought this to replace an ageing Belkin router but have to say I was very unhappy with it and have sent it back. On the plus side the setup was very easy. Simply insert the CD and follow the instructions. Although I will say you do need to use a wired connection for the setup so need to have the computer close to the router. The problem I had is that the wireless single is very weak and certainly no better than my old router.
Summary: Wireless signal strength is pathetic for such an expensive ADSL modem, and not what I would expect from Cisco/Linksys. ADSL performance seems good, much more stable connection than with DLink modem. Has some good router features, like being able to restrict time of use of internet. Lacks proper ADSL diagnostic information though, which is limited to link speed only.