Summary: I got this as a router for my Tivo...it appears that it would work as a router, but it doesn't work with Tivo so I'm selling it again. The fact that it doesn't work with Tivo is not the seller's fault, but mine. I didn't ask what version it was.
Summary: When ordering this product I did a search for Linksys Wireless G adapters. This was the product that came up in the search - it still does. I know it's my fault, because I did not realize that the b at the end of the part # meant it was wireless B. These are not compatible with the Wireless G product I already have. I bought these as replacements for some adapters that quit working. So I'm stuck with paying for something I can't use. Not a happy camper!
Summary: The adapter worked as advertised. I have been using another for a couple of years with a Tivo, and have been very satisfied with it, and have had no problems. Look to have the same results with this one as well.
Summary: had several years ago and fought with it for a long time. 2nd floor, router on first. belkin-n(rt2870) and netgear wg111 both connect with strong signal..........this thing would barely connect at all and constantly drop connections in XP(using linksys router). admittedly outdated but should be able to manage some sort of connection. linux a total no go with this. sorry.
Summary: This product was recommended to me and I had troubles getting it to work. When I contacted Linksys to get assistance they informed me that this product is out dated and not even being produced any longer. It was a big waste.
Excerpt: This is the second promised (or should that be threatened?) part to my home networking opinions, in which I tackle the wireless aspects of connecting my second PC to the infant network. In fact, until this is connected, it could hardly be called a network at all. All networked PCs are going to need some kind of interface, normally achieved by the insertion of a Network Interface Card (NIC) into the machine.
Pros: Very neat . USB option brings greater flexiblity