'Gigabit Ethernet router'
'Unreliable at range'
'We've been reluctant to recommend Draft N routers because the spec isn't final and so far, we haven't seen the throughput speeds offered by the standard.'
'Expensive • Speed and range little better than wireless-G.'
'comprehensive routing and firewall features'
'latest wireless security features'
'The web-based config program is well designed with plenty of help buttons to answer questions.'
'Potentially very cost effective'
'Sleek silver design'
'Mac setup tool not mature.'
'LELA set up is inconvenient, larger footprint than other routers.'
'Good routing performance'
'No support for Gigabit Ethernet'
'Easy to use'
'performance was poor.'
'new Linksys case design'
'Long range is still poor.'
'whole network share a high-speed cable or DSL Internet connection'
'Uses secure encryption by default'
'No alternative firmware available'
'I have been unable to get WPA Personal working with any Linux distro I've tried so far.'
'No desktop setup application..'
'The TP Link's 70 Mbps looks somewhat anemic by comparison.'
'simple and easy configuration'
'It is heavy on diagrams and theoretical bandwidth and not much on security of real functionality.'
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