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Linksys WUSB11

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Overall 4
4.0

having problems

calviso, shopping.com
21 March 2006
  • Excerpt: I bought this for my desktop and have a wireless router for my home network. My connection seems to drop in the middle of my internet sessions, even though i'm in the same room as my router. There seems to be problems with communication from my adapter to my router. When it quits and I can't get on the net, i have to power off/on (3-4 times daily). I've called the linksys tech support but haven't found much help there.
  • Pros: external and no need to invade your pc tower
  • Cons: unreliable connection...read my review
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Overall 10
10

Great wireless adapter!!!

Anonymous, Newegg
15 February 2006
  • Summary: none
  • Pros: It has a great signal strength even through wood and cement. Very easy to use. A+ I love this thing
  • Cons: Just a little slow... 11mbps but thats all I need it for, so it didnt matter to me
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Corey C., Newegg
3 February 2006
  • Summary: easiest setup especially if user doenst know what theyre doing
  • Pros: works great, easy setup
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10
10

TIVO network

Jerry, Amazon
30 January 2006
  • Summary: I bought this adapter to create a wireless TIVO network. After plugging the adapter to the back of the series 2 Tivo recorder and downloading the desktop, I had an instant wireless network. It was set up in minutes and has operated flawlessly.
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Overall 8
8.0

Using Suse 10.0 worked great

Anonymous, Newegg
28 January 2006
  • Pros: Worked great right out of the box. Suse 10.0 picked up the WUSB11 when plug into the usb. You will need the Suse 10.0 disk if the drivers wheren't installed. You will also need to modify ect\resolv conf. Add this line "nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" The x's represent you routers dns gateway. If that doesn't work check the internet.
  • Cons: The speed but for xx bucks on Linux you can't complain.
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Overall 10
10

Works with TiVo no problem!

Scott M., Newegg
27 January 2006
  • Summary: I had trouble finding this at local stores because it's not a g-level adapter; glad Newegg still stocks this!
  • Pros: This worked great right out of the box with my series 2 Tivo - very cool.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
10

Excellent!

William H., Newegg
18 January 2006
  • Summary: bought two for use with Tivo...took the gamble and got v2.6 ffor both units! plug and play...no issues what so ever.
  • Pros: just as described. worked no problem out of the box.
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10
10

Nice adapter

Kerri R., Newegg
18 January 2006
  • Summary: Simple install, easily portable.
  • Pros: Excellent product if you are looking for an inexpensive, flexible USB adapter that supports 802.11b only.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
10

mine works with Tivo, no problems

Charles F., Newegg
16 January 2006
  • Pros: arrived right on time, worked for tivo. I have no phone line so just brought tivo to friends house and used his phone to get the 7.2 software, then plugged this in and worked like a charm
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10
10

Works great.

Anonymous, Newegg
14 January 2006
  • Summary: This thing is great for the price, and since it's external you can just unplug it and plug it into another computer if you needed wireless access temporaraly without opening the case and pulling the PCI card.
  • Pros: Works great on an old Windows ME system. For the price you can't beat this if you want to share out your internet access to other computers. I'm running WEP on here with no problem. I'm using it with a newer linksys G/B wireless router/4port switch AP.
  • Cons: Windows ME got a BSOD when trying to connect with 128bit encryption, but that could be just win ME being it's usual self. I rebooted and used 64bit without hiccup.
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