Pros It looks cool?
Cons Wireless connection doesn't exist
Summary Well I've had this for about 6 months and it's been doing nothing, but waste my time everday trying to figure out if my computer is broken or my provider is having problems. Because I've already done everything I can to fix the router and the design throws me off cause I would never imagine a great looking router like that to be the source of all my problems. Ughhh... if you're reading this please save your money and don't supporst cisco. Try any other router but this
Pros It lights up
Cons I have 2 laptops with wireless NIC and 2 pc's- My wireless card constantly shows 4 of 5 bars (even right next to the router) but the network message reads "low/poor signal quality".. in short, it works better than a paper clip antenna, but not much.
Summary Save ur time and money and keep ur sanity, avoid this product.
Pros The Pro is there is none... its barely sophisticated exterior...wow my little sister could draw up a better desgin. Anyways!!
Cons Cons...do not know where to start...from it flimsy connection, to its range.....but most importantly.....IT IS SO FRUSTRATING WHEN IT KEEPS INDICTING " LIMITED CONNECTION"....it would enrage any user.
Summary Please do your self a favor and invest your money on a D-Link router...something I am looking to purchase right away!!!Have tried both Linksys and Netgear, have to say both sucked!!! Above all thsi one!! So have to say would bet on a D-Link than any other router in the world!!
Pros Looks cool. That's about it.
Cons Drops user connections constantly. Requires unplugging the unit and plugging it back in.
Summary Unit is stored on a desk in home office. Unit drops connections on computers in the same room, adjacent room and upstairs. Doesn't matter where they are. All computers lose connection so it's not like it's a computer issue.
I've placed the router in various rooms and positions. No help.
I'm used to higher end Cisco Access Points. Once they are
configured they run like a champ and never fail. This do it
yourself, so easy even a cave man can configure it, access
point leaves the end user scratching his head wandering
"what did I do wrong?" Nothing. It's the unit.
I've had it for about 5 months. It worked great for about 3
of those months.
Spend the money on a higher end unit or plan on taking
a "how to reset your Linksys WRT110" crash course.
Pros Relatively fast
Cons Auto-setup disc DID NOT WORK with XP and Vista laptops.
Goes OFF (reset itself, 4 minutes to reboot) when a 2nd PC connected. Cable tech & Linksys website no help. The latest firmware fixes it (easy).
It has WEAK RANGE, prior modem was stronger.
Summary So if you want to risk having to call the support line to manually setup, have it reboot whenever 2dn computer uses it or willing to upgrade the firmware, and want barely acceptable range, then this is the expensive router for you. It does have good speed.