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Linksys X2000 Wireless Router - IEEE 802.11n

  • IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g/n
  • Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates

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Built-in DSL modem

Directly connects you to the internet wirelessly -no separate DSL modem required. The Linksys X2000 can also act as a wireless router by connecting the Ethernet WAN port to a cable modem.

Fast wireless speed

The Linksys X2000 connects your computers, wireless printers and other Wi-Fi devices at wireless transfer rates up to 300 Mbps.

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2 out of 5 eggsWireless sucks, Wired is good.

Pros: No issues at all as long as you are hard wired to it.

Cons: Wireless sucks. This router needs to be reset every day or two to maintain connectivity. Stay away from this unless you plan on just using it as a just a wired router.

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1 out of 5 eggsDo not buy this router

Pros: Price, if it would have worked.

Cons: I was replacing an old WRT54 and decided to upgrade to N band. My local big-box retailer had this on their shelves as the "replacement" for the device I was replacing even though they had them both sitting side by side on the shelf. So I figured I'd give it a try.

I took it home, plugged it in, set the wireless password, and was up and running in about 10 minutes (LOVE Linksys (usually)).

I plugged in my new Linksys AE1200-NP Wireless-N Adapter, which I purchased at the same time, and started trying to surf.

My son plugged in his desktop to a wired port, jumped online and started playing WoW, and was soon shouting angry expressions as he kept losing his connection.

I was on my wireless connection at the same time and was trying to figure out why I was having such a problem with the web pages loading.

I went in to check the router and saw that it had rebooted, so I waited for it to finish the cycle and tried again.

After 45 minutes of the router continually rebooting, I disconnected the wired connection and tried again wirelessly with the N connection from my laptop. No change.

Then I disconnected the wireless N on my laptop and dropped back down to the G Band native to my laptop, and the router settled down. Then I plugged the wired connection to the other workstation, and it was still fine. Then I reconnected via N Band, and the rebooting continued.

90 minutes after getting home with the new router, I was back at the Customer Service desk at my local big-box retailer to exchange what was an obvious DOA unit. Since I had my receipt, the exchange was quick.

I got home, plugged in the new router, ignored setting up security until I was sure it would work, and set to testing. Wired was fine, G Band was fine. N Band caused rebooting again.

Back at my local big-box retailer again, and I splurged the extra $70 to get the Linksys EA4500, since the X2000 appeared to be a pig.

Been using the Linksys EA4500 for over a year with no problems at all.

Other Thoughts: I have owned a LOT of LinkSys products over the years, and I still love their products. My experience with the X2000 was completely out of character for the rest of my experience with their products.

Fortunately, the X2000 experience has remained a fluke, and the rest of the LinkSys products I continue to use have lived up to the reputation I have had over the last 20 years with the LinkSys products.

Ultimately, just don't buy THIS router... if you want cheap, get the WRT54GL, or splurge a little and get the Linksys EA4500.

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