Excerpt: Linksys–like archrival D-Link Systems–was one of the first companies to see the need for networking products designed for the home and small office. The company's new Instant Wireless product line offers exactly what we've come to expect from Linksys: a very functional, no-frills product at an attractive price.
Excerpt: This little box has the brawn to run a wireless network for a small or medium-size business and the simplicity to serve home users who have little technical expertise. In fact, the Linksys WAP11 is the only access point in our roundup that is truly suitable for the home user; the others require some level of network knowledge for setup and configuration. The interface is well designed and easy to follow; it never leaves you guessing.
Excerpt: The term venerable can now be applied to the Linksys WAP11, since this is the third iteration of this popular 802.11b access point. It should appeal to wireless LAN novices who need only an access point to connect to a router. Installation is easy, and its straightforward, browser-based management interface is simple to navigate.