Like every other website on the planet, SmallNetBuilder uses cookies. Our cookies track login status, but we only allow admins to log in anyway, so those don't apply to you. Any other cookies you pick up during your visit come from advertisers, which we don't control.
If you continue to use the site, you agree to tolerate our use of cookies. Thank you!

Router Charts

Click for Router Charts

Router Ranker

Click for Router Ranker

NAS Charts

Click for NAS Charts

NAS Ranker

Click for NAS Ranker

More Tools

Click for More Tools

Items tagged with: Linksys

Linksys NSS4000 Review: Biz-class NAS with pizazz

Linksys NSS4000Linksys is aiming its new four-drive RAID NAS family squarely at business users who will appreciate many of its unique features.

$250 Gigabit Smart Switch Roundup

$250 Gigabit Smart Switch RoundupIf you're going to upgrade your LAN to gigabit, why not step up to the features that a "smart" switch offers? Craig Ellison digs into four examples of the current state of the Level 2 switch art.

Linksys RVS4000: Great features but slow downloads

Linksys RVS4000The RVS4000 has just about every routing feature you could want. But it might put a crimp in your download speed.

Linksys rolls out new VoIP products

Linksys yesterday announced a new SIP phone, attendant console, 8 port ATA and ADSL2+ Gateway with VoIP at the Spring VON show.

Brix , Linksys, SunRocket join for automatic VoIP quality monitoring

Brix Networks today announced it is collaborating with Linksys and SunRocket to deliver automated endpoint monitoring for improved quality of experience (QoE) for SunRocket’s customers.

Brix has integrated its service assurance technology with various Linksys SIP-based home networking devices to provide SunRocket with a scalable, real-time service assurance product. The combined solution automates periodic SIP media loopback testing across the entire network, groups, or single subscribers, and also collects, correlates, and analyzes the results to produce actionable information reports. Quality metrics generated include mean opinion score (MOS), latency, jitter, and packet loss.

This automated Brix-Linksys SIP media loopback testing solution continuously verifies the performance and quality of deployed Linksys equipment, and can quickly identify issues that may be occurring between SunRocket’s infrastructure and its members.

Linksys intros small biz managed switches, RAID BYOD NASes

Linksys today announced six new "fully managed" Layer-2 switches and its first line of RAID capable network attached storage solutions with both lines aimed at small business users.

The new switches include two stackable 24 10/100 + 4 gigabit port, two stackable 24 10/100/1000 + 4 SFP port and standalone 24 10/100 + 4 gigabit and 48 10/100 + 4 gigabit models. Four out of the six products include PoE ports and all feature a web management interface as well as SNMP, RMON and Telnet management options.

The new NASes represent the company's first foray into RAID networked storage. Both of the two models support up to four drives and feature redundant power supplies. They come either without drives or configured with 1 TB of RAID 5 storage and support RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 1 + Spare, RAID 5, RAID 5 + Spare, RAID 10, and JBOD configurations.

How To: Manually Setting Up the Linksys WRE54G Wireless-G Range Expander - Update

Linksys WRE54GOur How To for configuring Linksys' WRE54G has been popular, but sadly out of date. Reader Alan Cates provides an update that matches the latest Rev 3 series firmware.

Linksys gets into the consumer NAS game

Ads in the current version of PC World provide a peek at some of the products that Linksys may announce during CES. The Cisco division won't be present in any of the show's venues, but will hold private meetings in an offsite hotel suite.

Hacking the Linksys NSLU2 - Debian and more

Linksys NSLU2Jim Buzbee brings us up to date on the state on what's happening with one of Linksys' most popular hacking platforms.

Linksys launches Skype iPhone

Linksys today launched a new phone that many expected to be announced by Apple in early January: A device with the name iPhone will be available from wireless equipment maker Linksys in the first quarter of next year.

But besides the name, there is little the Linksys device has in common with what we expected the iPhone to be. Instead of a cellphone with iPod functionality, the iPhone WIP320 is a Wi-Fi Skype phone that appears to be a clone to already released models from Netgear and Belkin.

Full story on TG Daily

Wi-Fi System Tools
Check out our Wi-Fi System Charts, Ranker and Finder!

Support Us!

If you like what we do and want to thank us, just buy something on Amazon. We'll get a small commission on anything you buy. Thanks!

Over In The Forums

I am currently running two RT-AC68U's on my network; one is the primary router, and the second is the AiMesh node. Both units are on the latest 3.0.0....
Hi all. So for about 3 years now I have been using a VPN called VPN Unlimited. I got a lifetime subscription for like $30 on StackSocial one time. The...
I have an AC3100 a couple of months old. Today I was checking the system log and I found multiple entries such as theseOct 19 12:05:36 syslog: WLCEVEN...
Update 2020/10/22 (9.0.0.4.386.40577)386 rc2-7 - Google Drive drive.google.com This version includes 18 models:ZenWiFi: XT8(RT-AX95Q), XD4(R...
Hello, until now I used in my 5ghz configuration Wireless Auto mode, control channel 36 and 20-40-80 MHz. AX mode and 160 MHz disabled. The speeds wer...

Don't Miss These

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3