"Solid Router with 2 VOIP lines - using your preferred voip providers."3.5 starson by gr33nman
Pros: Two sip lines with automated QOS. Decent web interface.
Cons: Linksys routers fry if you spit out the window, much less from a thunderstorm. Tends to run warmer than other linksys routers.
Summary: We had this router for almost two years without incident. The router was behind a UPS surge protector and a cable surge protector. Then, ethernet port 3 fried during a thunderstorm. The unit was unresponsive until I defaulted it and reloaded a backup configuration. Then it worked for two days (except port 3) before it crapped out. It could see the modem, but the modem would not assign the router a DHCP IP. I switched it out with another router and all was well for my network, except now I'm short one voip router. I've blown through five routers in as many years. Cisco seems to have designed their consumer-level routers to fail within one year of the end of the warranty. My next router will not be Linksys, excellent though they may be when there are no thunderstorms. I'm tired of buying new routers.