Summary: Well , this item did not work , router don t deliver well connection , it seems whatever software comes inside is damaged , had to buy a new one at store near home instead of bidding for another one.
Summary: I strongly suggest you buy the Linksys WTR54GS instead of this one: it is smaller, more reliable, and there's less risk of it breaking beyond repair. If you do buy this router, know that the firmware is buggy, it has trouble letting through multiple VPN sessions, but if you try to upgrade the...
Summary: In theory, this would be an excellent router if they would fix the existing issues. Wifi signal strength is not too great. If you buy the router buying an antenna is a must, but then again it seems this router is more designed for being portable and not to feed internet to your whole house.
Summary: I have had this unit for more than one year in two different locations and it has been more of a headache than it is worth. It will continuously drop its connections with every device ever connected to it (be it a laptop, PDA, or Tivo) and occassionally just stops working altogether (wired and...
Summary: I recently bought 3 WRT54GC and brought them to South America. I experimented several troubles working with my brand new gateway laptop so I decided to run in depth trouble-shooting myself as returning the items is not viable for us.
Summary: I had to send this product back because even after spending six hours with tech support, the router still did not work properly. The router comes with an CD "wizard" that's supposed to configure the router for you automatically.
Summary: Out of the box, this router looks impressive. Slim, compact, and aesthetic. However, after setting up the device and connecting, I have noticed the device frequently drops connections. This happens at least twice every half hour. So often that I am going to return this item.
Excerpt: It's all about networking. And as the number of computers per household expands, there's a growing need to connect them together so you can share your internet connection around the house. But the idea of getting a wireless network set up in your home could be quite daunting.
Pros: All-in-one Internet-sharing router Four-port switch Wireless-G (802.11g) access point Shares a single Internet connection and other resources with Ethernet wired, wireless-G, and wireless-B devices Compact form fits anywhere High security: Wi-Fi protected access (WPA/WPA2 personal), wireless MAC ...
BEWARE. It is anything but "all-in-one." It does NOT do it.
Law Student, Amazon
14 July 2009
Summary: I own a linksys router. I need another to check out line behaviour. This "all-in-one" should have been a good backup. It is NOT an All-in-one Broadband router. It needs a modem, and is therefore completely useless here. A bad spec, a misleading description and a pointless major delay in the project.