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Pros: works (though unstable) in vanilla setup
Cons: Many features just don't work, such as DynDNS client and port-forwarding. Features are missing such as seeing what your upstream DNS servers are. Some features that may work are unusable because of poor interface and documentation (one can't figure them out). Doesn't give sufficient priority to VOIP packets: if you're using available bandwidth to down/upload, voice quality is unacceptably poor.
Other Thoughts: It would be an appealing piece of hardware if it worked, so it's hard to understand why Vonage hasn't ever bothered to fix the firmware.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: IOGEAR GCS12 Compact KVM Kit w/Cables
Pros: I am very satisfied with this device, which has worked without any problem for several years of daily use.
Cons: No mounting holes/bracket. Without positively anchoring this very light, small device, its position (unless you are extremely clever at arranging cables) will be determined by the lie of the three heavy and six more light cables attached to it, and pressing the swtich button on it with one finger will require supporting the device with your other fingers or your other hand. You will in fact probably want to have the device within reasonably convenient reach for those occasions when you want to switch machines without touching any key at all, not even a modifier (Ctrl in this case). I use a 2.5" C-clamp to secure the device to the underside of my desk surface.
Other Thoughts: The Ctrl-Ctrl hotkey is a great choice. Configurable hotkeys would be nice, but at this low price, not an expected feature.READ FULL REVIEW