I bought this to replace a similar Linksys wireless router ...
Robert A Humphrey Jr, Amazon
29 January 2015
Summary: I bought this to replace a similar Linksys wireless router but before replacing my existing one I tried an experiment and put the installation disc into my computer and reinstalled it which fixed the problem until we lost power for about three hours.
V1 - V4 great hackable router. Ver 5-up or off the shelf use, marginal.
4 June 2012
Summary: Interesting that Ebay asked me to review this item because this is NOT what I purchased. I purchased a 4-Port version 1.0 Versions 1 - 4 are great routers because the programing can be updated to run open source programs like tomato or dd-wrt.
Summary: i used this for a mini red i have a 50 pc and i don't have any problem with any connection. But about security its poor. I use this device on cable connection the wireless connection i don't used yet. But i recommender this device because its strong on red connection. (fisical)
Welcome Again to the World of Near High Speed Wireless!
Vincent E. Martin "Darkbard", Amazon
23 September 2007
Summary: Bottom Line: The "WRT54G" is a highly flexible unit at an affordable price. As Personal Area Networks (PAN) proliferate throughout American homes and small businesses fueled by the explosion of DSL, cable modem, and other high speed Internet access mediums, the need for seamless sharing of that...
Summary: If you're buying this product and operate on a Mac platform, ditch the CD and go directly to live assistance on the Linksys website. I recently bought the Linksys WRT54G router and have been very happy with the router itself.
Summary: I had a Linksys wired 802.11B router and wireless access point which worked well, but decided to upgrade to an all-in-one 11G device. The tough part was deciding whether or not I needed the "Speedbooster" version. After asking around, I found out I didn't.
Easy setup, dropped connections with WEP, but fine with WPA
P. Sarin, Amazon
2 October 2004
Summary: I set this router up this morning in a couple of minutes. I am a professional software engineer and an experienced user. I don't have any significant networking expertise, but the technical terms don't intimidate me and so I probably can do these sorts of things more quickly than non-technical...