Summary: Linksys by Cisco WRT320N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router We were connecting a Vista laptop running a Dlink N adaptor, a MAC laptop and a wired Vista desktop. This home/office configuration previously operated on a Linksys wireless G router. We have been using Linksys routers for several years.
Summary: I plugged the adapter into the router and then into an electic outlet. The router didn't even get to completely boot up that first time and the adapter stopped supplying power to it. Now the router can not get any power at all from the adapter, It is completely dead.
Summary: Doesn't work. Power light just keeps blinking. So disappointed with this product. Can't believe it doesn't work. Don't ever buy this product. I am very unhappy with this product. Just all and all the product is faulty and basically doesn't work there is nothing more to say about it.
Summary: I received this router with a lot of hope, however the router never worked, it seems it had a corrupted firmware, there was no way to fix this, however the process to return it was worst, after a lot of simply dum questions from Cisco's rep, I found out that it would cost me almost the same to...
Summary: I've worked in IT for 15 years. If it takes me more than an hour to set anything up, it's a piece of crap. This unfortunately falls into that category. I have a Windows 7 machine and I attempted the set-up process 6 times to no avail.
Summary: 0 STARS I will never purchase a Linksys product in the future. From Mar. 20th delivery the lys 320n router has been a nightmare. Uable to set up with a proper net connection using their set up instructions I called support and was told they could not help me and was refered to their for fee help...
Summary: bought the item based on reviews. this was my second Linksys product. set it up, wireless connection was fine - connecting pc and two laptops. the problem start surfacing when trying to connect to vpn of workplace. No connection - errors threw out - error N 721, 609.
Summary: I bought this unit to replace an older D-Link unit that wouldn't work with my new computer. I decided to try a different brand because the D-Link had been having problems freezing up more and more frequently. At the retailer, they suggested Linksys as more of the Lexus brand.
Summary: I purchased this item to replace the BT Home Hub 2.0 I needed the extra Wi-Fi coverage that it purported to deliver. The web interface is easy and the security is more granular than on the Home Hub. However, the router dropped the ADSL line daily and had to be rebooted in order to reconnect.