Our third installment of Jim Buzbee's series walks you step-by-step through adding iTunes serving to the tricks that Linksys' little wonder can perform.
In the second installment of Jim Buzbee's explorations of Linksys' little NAS-enabling marvel, he explains how to get set up to do your own hacking and walks us through adding NFS support.
Once in awhile a product comes along that you just know is going to spark the imagination - and hacking skills - of enthusiatic tweakers. Linksys seems to have done it again with its Linux-based NSLU2 Network Storage Link. Our correspondent Jim Buzbee has agreed to chronicle his adventures with this little wonder for SmallNetBuilder readers in a multi-part series. Part 1 describes how Jim managed to get a root login.
We tend to get pretty jaded with all the over-hyped me-too products that we see. But once in a while a product comes along that restores our faith in the networking industry's ability to innovate and deliver real value. Linksys' Network Storage Link for USB 2.0 Disk Drives may have an unassuming name, but once you see what this product can do, we think you'll agree that a new networking product category has been born!
Discontinued Jan 2004Signal amplifier for 2.4GHz wireless products. Handles two antennas. FCC certified and compatible with the Linksys Wireless Access Point (WAP11) and Wireless Access Point Router (BEFW11S4) only.
We welcome Scott Sidel with his first review for us. Scott takes a detailed look at Linksys' RV082, its first router aimed squarely at the small business market.
The empire strikes back in the "enhanced" 802.11g wars! Linksys has introduced its first SpeedBooster products fueled by Broadcom's Afterburner technology. We rushed the WRT54GS Wireless-G Router with SpeedBooster onto our test bench and have the first-available in-depth review. How does Afterburner stack up against Super-G? Does more money really buy you more performance? All this and more will be revealed...
What's purple and gray, comes in a compact, sexy package, and can take the hassle out of setting up an IPsec tunnel back to your home or office network? Why, Linksys' USB VPN and Firewall Adapter, of course! Read our review and see if it'll do the job for you!
Many consumers are looking for a way to free their growing library of digital pictures and music from their PC prisons. Linksys' WMA11B Wireless-B Media Adapter can provide the bridge to your home's entertainment equipment, but it won't be the answer for everybody. Read our review and see if it's the solution for you!
Linksys' WET11 Wireless Ethernet Bridge brought wireless 802.11b bridging to the masses with its combination of low price and easy configuration. With the release of its successor - the WET54G Wireless-G Ethernet Bridge - it looks like Linksys is hoping to dominate the market for low-cost 802.11g-based wireless bridging too.