Best router for home or business very affordable
USB port for 3G/4G failover, Snappy interface
QoS and UPnP support
Excellent bargain router, but not without it's quirks
Good router - not so good extra features
'The Linksys WRT54GX2 came up short in long-range throughput tests, even when compared to another two-antenna MIMO router.'
'The feature set of the G2 is essentially unchanged from that of the G.'
'sleek, vertical, silver case'
'Getting older - 100Mbit and 802.11G are aging and slow compared to gigabit (1000Mbit) and 802.11N.'
'The 881 also has its own battery that can be used when an extra power boost is needed in weak signal areas. '
'review helpful "Great multi-function product'
'It wasn’t easy to find a router for under £50.'
'Lacks instructions for using WPA security • No Mac or Linux drivers..'
'It's easy to set up, and connection speed is good and security was great.'
'we find that the the WL-600G, is a very good network router'
'burned-out power adapter'
'The eight-port switch is sufficient for connecting multiple devices and the optional PoE capability can supply power to IP telephones or other devices.'
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