Linksys' WRT55AG Dual-Band Wireless A+G Broadband Router is one of the first dual-band, tri-mode routers to hit the streets. But our testing shows that it perhaps should have stayed in the labs a little longer. Is it really ready for prime time? Read our review and judge for yourself!
Linksys' WRT54G Wireless-G Broadband Router seems to have taken the lead over its sibling the WAP54G Access Point. Although it's priced about the same, it has a key difference that you should know about before you buy. Read our review to make an informed purchase!
Linksys' new WET11 is causing quite a stir in the wireless networking world. Some say it's just a WAP11 stuck in AP Client mode. Others say it works great and wish it were weatherized for outdoor WISP-type use. So what's the real story? Has Linksys managed to come up with a one-product-does-all 802.11b solution?
Dual-radio 802.11a/b (Atheros 802.11a, Broadcom 802.11b) Access Point. Has first generation Atheros 11a radio.
Review of Linksys 4 port SPI-based router with two tunnel IPsec VPN endpoint. Has dedicated LAN DMZ port.
Review of Linksys' PLEBR10 HomePlug compatible power line to Ethernet Bridge
The past few months have seen a number of introductions of consumer priced routers with built-in VPN Endpoints. Although this kind of product has been around for awhile, they've tended to be pretty expensive ($500 and up) and out of the range of most folks (unless their company was footing the bill!). So how can a company come along and do the same thing for under $150? Well, that's what I wondered, too, so I took a pair of Linksys BEFVP41's into the lab and had at 'em. You can see how they did in the resulting review.