Summary: I'm a great fan of Linksys wireless routers. I have a closet full of older WRT54G models, whose reliability and versatility enticed me to continue buying Linksys. However this model, WRT120N, is without question the crappiest piece of hardware I have ever owned.
Summary: Had other linksys products, but this one simply doesnt worth the investment, there are tricks to make it work however there are other products around without such issues, with this device you can expect frequent disconnections, and its settings are very limited ( it doesnt even allow mac...
Summary: Hey, it's not all bad with this router. The worst case scenario is that the router would blow up in my face as I'm plugging it in. And that didn't happen, so this router deserves at least one star because it didn't kill me.
Summary: This router promises wireless-N speeds, but it has trouble even meeting wireless-b speeds. It keeps dying and needs to be restarted. Constantly, it loses connections or slows down to near crawl speeds. I have tried this with various laptops/iPads and the problem exists with all of them.
Summary: This router is garbage. It constantly disconnects all wireless connections and I have to power cycle (disconnect and reconnect the cord) to get it to run again. Not really convenient when I am trying to use my Iphone or Ipad in bed, to read news, email, ect., before going to sleep.
It's the crapiest wireless router. Goes down at least once a day.
V. Fallon, Amazon
31 January 2012
Summary: This has to be their worst router ever. The last Linksys I had was just ok. Then I upgraded to the N Router by Cisco. WOW... what a POS!!! It goes down once a day and I have to unplug and plug back in to restart. 6 months ago, it stopped working because I had to upgrade Firmware.
Summary: I own a small computer and network company and have replaced several of these routers for customers. The router is unstable and will quit working frequently. Last week I had my trusty wrt54g die after a power outage at my house, when the power came back on a wired device (nettalk) must have allowed...
Summary: The "Quick" installation was a complete joke. After wasting 2 precious hours of my day off, it was determined by the very strange tech support person that the thing is defective! He had the nerve to tell me never to buy their product through department stores and to only buy through them direct.
Summary: I used to always use Linksys routers for home and work. This router has totally ruined their good name in my mind. I won't be buying their products anymore. We have to reset the darn thing every few days. Newer firmware hasn't helped.