Excerpt: Fast and Speed Linux Based Wireless Router, Easy to Flash to DD-WRT or OpenWRT If Supported Wireless Speed goes up to 105Mbps The Range of the Wireless Is Amazing can still Access from Outside.
Summary: Pros: Fantastic! We purchased this router for the extended range it offered plus the NAS capability it offered using the USB2.0 expansion port. When we formatted the storage drive with NTFS, we encountered accessibility problems with the NAS drive. When we formatted the drive with FAT32, the problem was solved. Currently we have 5 computers using this router for internet and wireless printers. We have different OS's on each system, i.e.
Summary: Pros: Connection is stable. Handles high bandwidth (streaming video) and low latency (games) very well. Cosmetics are very good. The setup interface allows you to back up and restore configurations as a CFG file on your computer which is important. Port forwarding has range forwarding and can also translate port number requests to different port numbers on the network. Equipped with wireless N functions. Cons: Ethernet is not gigabit.
Summary: I like it's design, the simple hookups(labeled well) and of course i've always liked Linksys prodcts. However, when it comes to the stroage feature, I don't feel like it was easy to setup. Not enough options in the storage tab or even explaination of options in the instruction manual. This product does not work well with windows 7. In order to see the storeage drive, you have to format the drive in windows 7 NTFS before setting up to router.
Excerpt: As soon as the WRT160nl was released I knew I had to have it. I mean it had an L at the end that meant Linux. I assumed this meant that the hardware used would have open source drivers and the modding community would go crazy with it. Unfortunately I was very wrong. While some have taken it...