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Description The Linksys Wireless-G PrintServer for USB 2.0 lets you connect a USB or parallel printer (or both!) directly to your network, eliminating the need to dedicate a PC to print sharing chores. Using a Pr... more

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Description The Linksys Wireless-G PrintServer lets you connect a USB printer directly to your network, eliminating the need to dedicate a PC to print sharing chores. Using a PrintServer frees up your ""print sha... more

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Description The Linksys EtherFast 10/100 PrintServer is the easiest way to add one printer to your 10BaseT or 100BaseTX network. Whether you're building a Fast Ethernet network now or later, the PrintServer adjus... more

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Description The Linksys Wireless-G PrintServer with Multifunction Printer Support lets you connect a multifunction USB printer directly to your network, eliminating the need to dedicate a PC to print sharing chor... more

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Description The Linksys EtherFast 10/100 2-Port Switched PrintServer - the first PrintServer to offer integrated 10/100 switch ports - is the easiest way to both expand and simplify your departmental, small offic... more

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Description The EtherFast Wireless-Ready USB PrintServer provides an easy solution for placing a printer on your wireless (when used with the Instant Wireless Network PC Card) or wired network. Don't waste valuab... more

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Review of Linksys WAG160N - wireless router - DSL - 802.11b/g/n (draft 2.0) - desktop

Good

Fast speeds, Reliable, Stylish

I had wireless problems, Gets a bit warm, no restart router option in config

...The Linksys WAG160N N300 is an ADSL2+ wireless modem router, meaning it has a a modem built in. It is for use with BT Internet connections rather than for use with a Cable broadband connection (i.e. Virgin) although a Cable version is also available. It?s an ADSL2 router, which means it supports the newer ADSL standard, which could mean faster transfer speeds although this really depends...

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Review of Linksys Wireless-G Range Expander WRE54G

Super

“Linksys extender”

published 03/12/2006

Easy to use, good extension

Website hard to find help on

...This is a Lynksys Wireless-G range extender. It is for a network, whether home or office, that needs more reach on it that save the hassel of buying more routers. This Range extender from Linksys is a very useful piece of kit. Was very easy to set up (once I typed the correct MAC address into my gateway) and provides the range I need to go over about 30 metres and through several big thick brick...

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Review of Linksys BEFW11S4 Wireless Access Point Router with 4-Port Switch

Super

“Linksys Router”

published 11/05/2007

Can hook up a few computers to it,can have a password

slow transfer of big files between computers

...either be in this position or just cant be bothered with having cables all around your house anymore. As the title says this is a Linksys BEFW11S4 Wireless Access Point Router with 4-Port Switch. Fore this router to work you need to make sure that your broadband has an ETHERNET port otherwise you will need to find another router as you plug your broadband into this router via an ethernet cable in...

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