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: 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: I'll admit after reading some of these reviews I was a little weary of purchasing this unit, but I got it for $32, so couldn't pass it up. I was replacing a LinkSys BEFW11S4 (wireless B). In a nutshell, I followed the instructions to connect the hardware, popped the CD in my "hard wired" desktop PC, took a couple of minutes to step through the setup screens (which are totally simple to navigate), enabling WEP along the way.
Summary: I use the WAP54G Wireless-G Access Point attached to the bedroom Windows XP PC to connect to my 802.11b/g wireless network. The installation CD was an OK starting point but I had to use the web administration interface to configure the Access Point the way I wanted (disabling SSID broadcast and using MAC address filtering). You simply point your web browser to the Access Point's IP address.
Acceptable performance for home use and small business use...
Tom Carpenter "Techie and Bible Believer", Amazon
12 April 2006
Summary: I tested this device, among many others, while writing the Wireless# Certification Official Study Guide and have to say that I was surprised. It performed equally well with Netgear and Intel access points when an 802.11b client connected and when an 802.11g client connected it actually outperformed the others. The reason for my surprise was that the WRT54G wireless router from Linksys is horrible compared to Netgear's hardware.
Best solution for extending range of WRT54G router
Glen Appleton "- Glen", Amazon
17 October 2005
Summary: My friend bought one of these to extend the range of her WRT54G on the second floor of her home. She was getting 2 bars and poor connections on the first floor, so we set this up down stairs as a repeater to avoid additional wiring. Now she gets all 5 bars and excellent connections on all computers on the first floor. Get this if you have the LinkSys WRT54G router and you need to extend your range into trouble spots in the house.
Summary: The product works perfectly, but Linksys' "We don't do Macintosh"attitude is for the birds. The setup CD is for Windows only, and there was no package insert nor a website describing the setup procedure. I had to email Support who gave me a) the magic key, e.g.
Summary: Decided to use an Access Point with my Linksys BEFSR41 DSL router rather than replace my hardwired router with total wireless. Works like a charm all over my house - my son and I sat side by side in kitchen(Access Point is in an upstairs bedroom several rooms away) and both used our laptops with better performance than hardwired .