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How to get rid of the wires

Advantages: works well as a stand alone device
Disadvantages: setup instructions very basic

Since we aquired another PC a while ago, it was always on my mind to "network" them together so that I could use printer and internet connection between the pair of them. Initially I had a stab at hard wiring them together using "CAT 5" cable and 2 ethern ...

jimmymack007 29.01.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Linksys WAG54G - wireless router - DSL - 802.11b/g - desktop

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Does the job

Advantages: Cheap, fairly reliable, good range of management features
Disadvantages: Old and sometimes problematic, may be confusing to non-techy people

...To start with - I am going on the assumption that the average reader who is looking for routers does not have a very technical knowledge of how routers work, or networks, so I will stick to the basics. Linksys is a Good Company, I would say. Well, most ...

TrevelyanUK 31.07.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Linksys WAG54G - wireless router - DSL - 802.11b/g - desktop

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Still the all round best option?

Advantages: User friendly
Disadvantages: Some anoying 'niggles'

I bought this router 2 months ago when broadband finally became available in my area. All I wanted was to network some home computers together, as running wires through our house seemed like a pretty drastic option. I initially bought it because after ...

FearThePie 18.10.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Linksys WAG54G - wireless router - DSL - 802.11b/g - desktop

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Linksys it all up nicely..

Advantages: Does everything asked of it
Disadvantages: Change the security settings as soon as you get it up and running.

Some time ago I reviewed the NetGear DG834G based on both my own personnel usage of the router and also as a tool within a business environment. At the time I gave the product a 5 star rating which on current form may just drop down to a 4. The reason I s ...

Pookie_Rabbit 11.05.2005 · Read full review
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Nice Theory But Wireless Still Hasnt Evolved

Advantages: Handles G And B Wireless devices
Disadvantages: Poor Support When Problems occur which They will!!!

The Wag54G is made by linksys, which is a branch of Cisco. Therefore, you would expect a good reliable easy to set up network, but you would be very mistaken. The device is not for beginners the instructions are lacking, they require settings form your IS ...

crazyboi1 26.11.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Linksys WAG54G - wireless router - DSL - 802.11b/g - desktop

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