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: 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: have had this router now for nearly a year and i'm completely satisfied with it, it's never caused any trouble , which was a worry after purchasing it, as i subsequently found a few dodgy reviews about it, which thankfully, proved to be completely unfounded. i'm hardwired to it via ethernet port and its been flawless since installing it. i've used numerous different mobile devices,, (phones, iPads etc) and its never given any issues.
Summary: The linksys Cisco WAG320N is great, very easy to set up as it comes with an installation CD that takes you step by step, to get a better function out of this router is by update the firmware this is easily done by going to the Linksys by Cisco website. This product is used with BT phone line as it is an ADSL connection (modem router). the wireless range is suitable for a smell house or a flat.
Summary: Purchased this as my D-Link wireless router stopped working. My house is an old Welsh Victorian building which has a lot of granite walls, wireless has never worked in the house, have tried Belkin, BT and D-Link all have failed to provide a wireless signal., I accepted this. My Brother in Law is a Cisco engineer so was familiar with the name Cisco and knew the build quality was very good. This is why I opted for the WAG320N.
Summary: Having struggled with at Talk Talk Huaewi and then the painfully awful BT Home hub I finally came across this Linksys Cisco. The install was fairly straight forward only let down by the strange necessity of installing software. When it's finished the setup however you can uninstall and use the web GUI to administer the router.
Summary: This is one of the first ADSL routers I have seen with 4x Gigabit ports. So I bought this to speed up copying of files between my various PCs. The ability to connect USB storage is a nice bonus. ADSL was easily configured. Web interface standard Linksys affair. Synch'ed slightly faster than my old Thomson router but nothing to get excited about. One feature not mentioned much is the ability to use port 1 of the Ethernet ports to connect to another Internet source.