Summary: Got the Linksys WRT110 because my Netgear WGR614 has been acting funny (will only connect to one wireless device at a time). I chose to do a manual install/configuration of the WRT110 and skipped the disk install completely.
Summary: This Linksys is a 2008 model which we soon found out after purchasing this item we can not use it. We had to purchase another wireless router (which is a Netgear). Every time we had to call Linksys for help after losing connection they basically told us they could not help us because of how old it...
Summary: so I've had this for a couple of years now. It's been OK... Just... OK. Unlike others, I don't have a problem accessing the settings page (192.168.1.1). The problem I DO have however is that it does NOT handle IPV6. At all. In fact, it will crash my entire network.
Redirects bad assresses to http://websearch.linksys.com
8 October 2011
Summary: BEWARE, this router will automatically send your searches by URL to [...] using the Cisco Web Assistant (CWA). Cisco says that this "is a service built within the routers firmware that looks for any 404 returned error messages and redirects the user to a yahoo search page".
Summary: The router has known issues with multiple connections. I purchased the router new from Amazon on 2/14/2011. I continually had problems with multiple devices connecting to the internet via the router. Called Cisco.
Summary: Basically boils down to a bad DHCP server. Gives out the same IP to each new wireless device that connects, which confuses and crashes the router. If you reserve an IP, does not give out the reserved IP until you reboot like 100 times and bring up all the devices in just the right order.
Pros: Kinda, sort of works. Once it has been configured JUST RIGHT.
Cons: VERY finicky! Any kind of configuration change requires multiple reboots. Lacking any kind of firmware upgrades since 11/03/2009. I guess perfection achieved! (not even close).