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7.7 out of 10

Linksys WRT320N

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Reviews and Problems with Linksys WRT320N

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Overall 3

"Poor Firmware, Ok if you Know What You're Doing"

eskimocode, CNET
3 July 2010
  • Pros: Pretty, DD-WRT compatible
  • Cons: Unstable Firmware, Lousy Interface, Uber Basic Logging System
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Overall 4
Value for money 10

User Review

TechGuy04, Walmart
2 October 2009
  • Summary: Just want to let Macintosh users to be careful with this router. They said is compatible with wireless a/b/g/n...i have older macbook pro and a new imac, it would intermittently disconnect me from the network. it was just a hassle, my work and education is depending on internet usage. so this was not my cup of tea. save another 70 dollars, and just get Apple Extreme base station, they are GREAT!
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Overall 4

Serious Quality Issues For Cisco To Resolve

Black Prince "micron7800", Amazon
6 November 2010
  • Summary: I have used Linksys routers both wired and wireless with satisfaction until I upgraded to the WRT320N and invested in two for different locations. They are very buggy. Not only is Cisco determined to make their routers a headache to set up with poor documentation, but when they are up and running - I used 2.4 GHz since I did not have enough gear with 5 GHz sadly. Anyway it is not unusual to have the SSID vanish and be told "not found".
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Overall 4

Needs to be restarted often

Mr. Shayne D. Van Asperen, Amazon
13 June 2010
  • Summary: I find that I need to restart the router at least once a day because it tends to get jammed-up or stuck somehow on O2 broadband. My computer shows that I have a connection to the internet but web pages don't load until I restart the router. Lame.
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