Summary: This is great if you need removable antennas, but it is great with its other features as well. Its is an older model and may not have all the latest security features, but does have great customer support.
Summary: I LOVE IT. I HAVE NOT HAD A PROBLEM WITH IT AT ALL. HAVE 2-3 PEOPLE ON THE INTERNET AT THE SAME TIME AND IT WORKS GREAT. IT IS FAST, EASY TO HOOK UP AND WORKS GREAT. I WOULD TELL OTHERS ABOUT IT.
Capable Cisco/Linksys product aimed at Small Business
9 July 2012
Summary: We have installed two(2) of these devices and had great success both times. The installation is automatic with a typical home/small business DSL or cable connection. And the instructions to access it via a connected PC and browser are straight-forward, and allowed us to implement additional settings (e.g. particularly security). As we write this review this unit is being sold on eBay for around $125 just below our cost via normal channels of distribution.
Summary: I recently purchased this Cisco WRV210 Wireless Router and IT DOES NOT WORK AT ALL. WHEN I TRIED TO RETURN IT I WAS IGNORED SO I ENDED UP HAVING TO KEEP A NON-WORKING ROUTER. ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE SERVICE!
Summary: Bottom Line: The "Linksys Wireless-G WAP54G" represents the best of both worlds; it can meet your need for current 802.11b standards, but still has the flexibility to expand beyond to 54Mbps. Wireless-G is the next wave in wireless networking technology. Wireless-G WAP's, and Network Interface Cards (NIC's) are capable of transmitting and receiving data at speeds of up to 54Mbps, almost five times faster than the widely deployed Wireless-B (802.11b) products found in...
Summary: Some other reviews are complaining that if there are 802.11b and 802.11g cards in the area, the access point drops to 802.11b speeds only. This is NOT the fault of the router or access point. The 802.11g specification requires that behaviour. The Apple AirPort Extreme does the same thing according to the fine print on their web site. So...if you want g speeds you need to convert all of your equipment to g cards...or maybe have a b and a g access point.
A Wireless Repeater That Works. Documentation the Doesn't
edelbeb "edelbeb", Amazon
12 January 2008
Summary: In response to Mr. Frandzel's later posted comments, I'll add that the SSID for the WAP54g should differ from that of the router. Otherwise, in some circumstances, one or more wireless adapters can switch from the WAP54g's signal over to the router's signal, and then perhaps eventually visa versa. That type of switching may lock up the WAP54g. At the very least, that arrangement complicates troubleshooting.
Some initial setup problems but works as advertised!
Pinoy in NJ "arprince", Amazon
12 January 2008
Summary: I'm using the unit in a REPEATER mode. My house have 3 floors and my router (WRT54G) is located in the basement. I get a signal of 11 Mbps on the sec flr using a centrino powered notebook. The signal would drop to 1 Mbps after some use and the only way to get the signals back is to to reboot the notebook for some reason or go to the first flr. Hence, decided to get this unit and use it as a repeater. Steps that worked for me are as follows: 01.