Summary: I have FiOS, which is a great service, but can be limited much like how a new PC ships with bloatware. Verizon requires use of an Actiontec router, which some like, but most tech enthusiasts do not. It lacks some modern configuration options.
Good for price. Requires reboots to maintain full throughput. Little better than a (g) router.
Charles John Gervasi, Amazon
24 August 2013
Summary: This works well for the price. Pros: - Unlike some cheaper routers, I've never had a problem with a phone or other DHCP client getting an IP address. DHCP always works. - Range seems good, esp considering antennas are built in.
Summary: I bought this router a year ago, with the intention of installing DD-WRT on it. The firmware that comes on it is worthless, and if your intent is to use it as is, it probably only deserves 2 stars. With DD-WRT insalled, this thing is fantastic. I actually bought two.
Summary: It was a hassle, but after a $9.99 service call to Linksys the unit now works perfectly with my Vista laptop and my wife's MacBook with Snow Leopard. Here's the story ... it's a cautionary tale of what to expect.