Summary: Visually this thing is very attractive to look at. No annoying antennas poking out, just a smooth rounded edge that hides the four-gigabit Ethernet ports, the USB and the DSL port at the back.
Summary: I bought this router to replace the one I received from BT. Specifically, I wanted a router which I could adjust the settings more easily and fully than is possible with the BT one. This router has an excellent range and is a doddle to set up.
Summary: bought to replace limited feature thomson ADSL router. pretty easy to setup as long as you know your adsl settings. NAS access is a little slow and will struggle to play back higher quality videos. otherwise a good router, good constant signal and no drop outs.
Summary: Easy to set up (and later alter if necessary) and works well. Stable. Sometimes you need the instructions - eg if you change broadband provider and this was easy to do. I have now (Feb 2012) bought 3 more of these for different locations and continue to be impressed with the ease of set up and the...
Summary: Good item, just have to be patient to fine tune it after thorough research. Don't bother going to Linksys, they designed it but are useless at finding a fix. Item gets very hot and can cause disconnections. Thats where the usb comes to good use.
Summary: I bought this router one month ago as it was recommended as a Which? best buy. Some previous reviews made me think about it before going ahead. However, I have been completely satisfied so far. It was easy to set up for wired and wireless connections.
Summary: Buying this product was a bit of a gamble for me, firstly because for some time i had been searching around the net looking at reviews of this product, from professional reviewers to the people who bought them, and there's seems to be a mix match of what people think of the product, from people...
Summary: The router was very easy to set up using the included wizard. However, having used Linksys routers before I was hoping to use the admin screen by linking directly to the router without using the wizard.
Summary: As an ex Network Engineer, using mainly Cisco products, I was hoping that this had some sort of CLI but sadly it doesn't. I presume that it's just a LinkSys product, badged as Cisco. You cannot see any meaningful stats (the current net speed up and down is NOT dynamic).