'The bad: The EnGenius ESR9855G lacks support for dual-band, guest networking, and USB-related features.'
Excellent throughput for a single-band router
Stable Downlink Throughput
Poor wireless performance
'intuitive user interface'
'Simple URL-based web configurator'
'RangeMax automatically senses the change and selects from over 100 possible antenna configurations to deliver you the fastest, clearest connection!'
'Logging features aren't fancy, and only record web sites visited and blocked.'
'sleek white case'
'Unfortunately, we did notice a couple of design blunders.'
'This wireless router also works with 802.11b wireless products so you can use it with your existing 802.11b devices and your new 54 Mbps (802.11g) devices.'
'Auto-sensing chooses the fastest connections possible on your 10/100 Mbps wide area network and four local area network ports.'
'Poor call quality.'
'Web interfce is a little slow'
'whole network share a high-speed cable or DSL Internet connection'
'The difference may be difficult for wireless networking novices to understand (heck, I had to think about it for awhile before I got it!).'
'No mounting bracket • Slower enhanced speeds than those of routers from D-Link and Netgear.'
'good all-around home network device'
'solid-performing, no-frills router that's easy to set up'
'Some advanced features like firewall configuration and RADIUS support are missing'
'The new standard in wireless lets you share files, printers, and a single broadband Internet connection with unmatched performance and security.'
'no wireless bridge support'
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