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!
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".
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.