- Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
- Powerful CPU provides a high-performance throughput
- Support up to 300,000 sessions for extensive P2P clients
- USB2.0 port: All-in-1 printer server and FTP files
- $99.99 99.99
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- $57.99 after $20.00 rebate card
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Strong and reliable 02/07/2014
Hardware is strong and has been reliable so far. Replaced a Linksys WRT54GL that was dropping 30% of its packets causing intermitttent connection issues. The WRT54GL was 3 years old though so I guess I can't complain.
Running tomato firmware on it and it's been a reliable champ with no issues at all except for a very small issue with the antennas
I'm not into the latest and greatest and 99 times out of 100 prefer reliable technology over leading edge, so I don't mind that this router is not the leading edge.
When changing the antenna positioning, you can start to unscrew the antennas rather easily. They are tight when you screw them on, however if you turn the antennas towards your left, they start to unscrew with little pressure. This just means you have to use two hands to steady the antenna while you adjust it. If you don't change antenna position often, it won't be a problem and is a minor inconvenience.
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