Summary: This router works most of the time. It seems to work for a few weeks with absolutely no problems, then it will have a few problems a day for a few days then go back to having no problems for a few weeks. When I say it has problems, I mean my computer still says the router is broadcasting a signal, but there is no Internet behind it, therefore I cannot do anything on the Internet.
Summary: It's pretty hard to break an ethernet port but that's what I did on my laptop so I had to get a wireless router in a hurry. I thought this one was a good deal, I've had positive experiences with Linksys modems/routers in the past and I'm generally comfortable with refurbished items so I bought it. I've since found several more current routers in the same general price range; I'm not sure how I missed them before I bought this one. In any event, it mostly works.
Summary: If you aren't planning on doing much with it, it's reasonable for the price. We do have to reset it quite often, it has a problem working with our cable modem (but i'm going to guess that's our internet problem not the router). It works real well with our laptop but when we try to get the Wii hooked up with it, it gets real confused. About once a week we have to reset the passphrase in order to get the laptop AND the Wii to work at the same time.
Summary: I bought this because it seemed to have the latest technology and was inexpensive. It works fine, except that a couple of times a week I can't get a wireless connection and have to go over and disconnect the power adapter from the unit and plug it back it. This always solves the problem. Not a big deal, but a regular nuisance that shouldn't be happening so I would not recommend this model.
Summary: I was about to purchase this router and then i read this review: [...] "Since the WRT120N can support only single-stream 802.11n, its maximum link (raw data rate) is limited to 150 Mbps--a fact that Cisco mentions nowhere in the product's web page, downloadable spec sheet or even its User Manual for the product.
Summary: This is a short-range, low data-rate router that complies with the 'N' standard, but only just. Check the specs and other online reviews before buying this product, then make a decision. Be warned!! But it's a neat design and works well. The firmware is quick, making setup a more user-friendly experience that earlier linksys routers. I'm not too fussed about having the full 'N' standard, I wasn't planning on using the laptop in the garden, I'm just gutted I was duped!
Summary: The instructions are useless and it took me a while to work out how to install the router. Once it worked it worked brilliantly and now, 2 months on I had no hiccups with the device. One big problem though: the device downloaded my password, even printed it out but everytime I try to access anything that requires this password I am told it is not the correct one!!!
Excerpt: Попробовал перепрошиться - вроде проблемы с интернетом ушли... Ожидал большего, последние купленные модели D-link показывали более уверенную работу "из коробки".
Pros: Дизайн, отсутствие внешних антенн, надпись Cisco.
Cons: Потеря интернета, отваливания wi-fi и даже локальной сети. Достаточно не интуитивный интерфейс на английском, чем сложнее настройки - тем больше проблем будет возникать при попытке их применения на сем агрегате.