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181. Etherfast 10/100 8-PORT Routermultilingual
$79.90 list($118.00)
182. Linksys HomeLink + 10/100 USB
$45.99 list($144.95)
183. Linksys BEFSR41W Wireless-Ready
$209.99 $207.95 list()
184. SWITCH 24-PT 10/100+1-PT 1000M
$39.99 $35.00 list($79.99)
185. Linksys WMP11 Wireless-B PCI Card
$113.47
186. Linksys SVIEW04 ProConnnect 4-station
$24.99 $18.88 list($29.99)
187. Linksys SVPS06 ProConnect CPU
$9.99 $0.01 list($12.99)
188. Linksys UTP510 Network Cable,
$11.99 $6.37 list($19.00)
189. Linksys UTP525 Network Cable,
$15.99 $12.27 list($19.99)
190. Linksys PCMPC100C Media Coupler
$25.17 list($41.99)
191. Linksys SVPPS10 Proconnect Cpu
$10.40 list($35.99)
192. Linksys UTP550 Network Cable,
$220.81 list($371.99)
193. Linksys SVIEW08 ProConnect 8-station
194. Linksys USB200M Compact USB 2.0
$80.82 list($147.50)
195. Linksys Etherfast Fast Enet 10/100
list($700.00)
196. Linksys EF3508 EtherFast 3508
list($259.99)
197. Linksys HPRO200 HomeLink Phoneline
list($58.00)
198. Linksys EC2T PCMCIA Ethernet Card
$126.99 $110.50 list($218.99)
199. Linksys EFSP42 EtherFast 10/100
list($119.00)
200. Linksys Network IN A Box 2 PCI

181. Etherfast 10/100 8-PORT Routermultilingual Packaging 110V Adapter

our price: $83.99
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Asin: B0000AEGBJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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Product Description

Do you find Internet sharing software to be nothing but a hassle? Can't find a simple and inexpensive way to share your one Internet IP address over your entire network? If so, then the Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router is exactly what you're looking for.The Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 8-Port Switch is the perfect solution for connecting up to 253 of your PCs to a high-speed Broadband Internet connection or to a Fast Ethernet or Ethernet backbone. Configurable as a DHCP server or client for your network, the EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 8-Port Switch acts as the only externally recognized Internet gateway on your local area network (LAN). The EtherFast Cable/DSL Router can be configured via SNMP to filter internal users' access to the Internet and serve as an Internet firewall against unwanted outside intruders.The EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 8-Port Switch features such advanced functions as dynamic and static port routing, DMZ hosting, filtering and forwarding, and Quality of Service capabilities. And all of these functions can be easily configured through any networked computer's web browser. ... Read more


182. Linksys HomeLink + 10/100 USB Network Adapter
list price: $118.00
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Asin: B00004SBA3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 68369
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Product Description

Now Linksys offers instant connectivity to multiple PCs over a home's existing tele-phone lines. You can network any USB-equipped Windows 98 computer by connecting it to any phone line -- and there's no extra hardware to install. The HomeLink Phoneline + 10/100 USB Network Adapter allows you to instantly connect to a network from a USB-enabled PC, notebook PC, or even a USB hub. Connect a standard telephone cable (or a Category 5 network cable if you want to connect to a Fast Ethernet network) into the adapter, install the included drivers, and go. You'll be networked in no time! ... Read more

Features

  • Dual-speed RJ-45 port automatically detects Ethernet or Fast Ethernet
  • Connect to a network using your existing phone line--no additional hubs or network cables needed
  • Works with any PC with a USB port and Windows 98
  • USB cable included--nothing more to buy
  • 1 Mbps transfer rate over phone lines

183. Linksys BEFSR41W Wireless-Ready Router
list price: $144.95
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Asin: B00005TSUX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 114470
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Features

  • Compatible with LAN, DSL, Cable modem, and ISDN
  • Share internet access on your network
  • NAT Firewall to protect from outside intruders
  • Remotely administered through your internet connection
  • Wireless capability available with optional PCMCIA card

184. SWITCH 24-PT 10/100+1-PT 1000M

our price: $209.99
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Asin: B0000CE3CG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 99137
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185. Linksys WMP11 Wireless-B PCI Card
list price: $79.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005QFYE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 2144
Average Customer Review: 2.84 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Connects with an existing Ethernet installation through wireless technology
  • Wireless connectivity via internal PCI slot
  • Capable of speeds up to 11 Mbps
  • Operating range of 1,500 feet
  • Features 2.4 GHz frequency band with Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)

Reviews (79)

3-0 out of 5 stars Antenna should have been separated from the card
I bought this card last December. Opened my desktop PC, installed the driver, put the card in one of the PCI slots, had the desktop connected to the network in less than 20 minutes. Then I spent the next 7 hours trying to get good, reliable wireless connection.

The major complaint I have with the card is that the Linksys should have separated the antenna from the card and allowed users to put the antenna somewhere else via a cable. With the antenna mounted on the back of the card directly, it is completed shielded by the PC's metal case, which makes the wireless transmission and reception poor. With all the cables and connectors in the back of a PC, it also makes it hard to adjust the antenna at all (I had to move the wireless card up and down the slots to find the optimal location). My wireless AP was only about 60 ft away and I was only getting 20 - 30% signal strength and link quality. From time to time it would lose the connection completely. Linksys should really have thought through this antenna issue. After all the hard work and time spent, I finally got the optimal antenna position. I am now getting 40 - 60% of signal strength and link quality. It now runs reliably at 11 mbps speed.

The second problem I had was that this card interfered with my daughter's favorite music player Winamp. Whenever she played music using Wimapm, the wireless card would lose connection and stop working completely. This problem was fixed after I downloaded the latest driver and firmware for the card. Not sure if this is related to the Creative sound card interference problem reported by another review. My desktop does have a Creative sound card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great easy to install 801.11b PCI network card
I am an IT consultant and I have installed the WMP 11 on numerous PCs running Windows ME, 98, XP, 2000 and on several networks. I found this card to be among the most reliable PCI 801.11b cards. The drivers are well designed and if the card is set up properly, you can open "Site Survey," and it will detect any wireless router/access point within range. This card also also works with wireless routers by Netgear, D-Link and SMC.

The only time when I have seen problems with this wireless NIC is when folks don't bother reading the manual and install this card BEFORE they install the drivers. Unlike standard CAT5 network cards NICs, every wireless PCI card that I have ever installed (this includes cards made by SMC, Orinico, D-Link, Linksys, Netgear, and 3Com) requires the software to be installed first and then pop the card in the PCI slot.

Performance-wise, I have also found the WMP 11 to be very good. I have installed it in basements and it has been strong enough to reach second floor bedrooms. Of course, your experience may vary depending on the type of building.

Now thanks to the introduction of the 801.11a and 801.11g standards, the WMP 11 has gotten cheaper. I have noticed that Linksys has lowered the price considerably and from time to time, even offers rebates. For most budget-minded home and small office users, 801.11b works fine. Simply put, this is a great card.

3-0 out of 5 stars Warning: Needs firmware update / placement a problem
Just in case you didn't see the first review with this heading, I'm saying it again. The card "worked" right away, giving me Internet Access as well as PC-to-PC connection, but it ran painfully slow, worse than a 300-baud modem if anyone can remember what that's like. Like the other reviewer noted, I wasted hours and hours of searching for the problem - moving the base station and PC, network settings, router config, browser settings... - and I called a friend. He told me to get the new firmware and driver, which I did with another PC. That did the trick.

I can't believe I had go to the Amazon.com reviews to find documentation on this problem - the LinkSys website mentioned nothing about this problem. Effectively, LinkSys is shipping a product that doesn't work as is, and they offer no help on their website or installation software and documentation.

Placement problems really [stinks] with this card. I'd recommend you get the external wireless unit with USB connect to your PC; this allows you to leave the PC on the ground, but place the antenna where it needs to be.

Hours and hours later, now that the PC is sitting 8 feet in the air, and the card has new firmware, it works as it should have within minutes out of the packaging.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worked once on XP; never again
The PCI card worked well when I installed it on XP. Once I rebooted, it never reconnected again. I kept getting an error that it was seeing multiple wireless connections. I spent hours with Linksys tech support -- they were always accessible -- and changed the channel, reinstalled the driver, slowed down the settings. But have been unable to get it working. Now thinking of uninstalling and getting a Netgear instead.

4-0 out of 5 stars Linksys WMP11 - easy setup-works well
Bought this PCI card for my daughter's 5 year old Compaq running Windows 98. Bottom line; it installed easily and works well. Just follow the directions. The router is in the basement and my daughters room is on the first floor at the far end of the house.
The signal strength is 87% and the signal quality is 93%.

One minor hitch. Although the hardware was working, I could not get any web pages to load until I went into the Device Manager and disabled the internal dial-up modem. (r. click My Computer > l.click properties > l. click Device Manager > l. click plus sign on network adapters > l.click on your internal modem > l.click on properties and check box - disable in hardware profile. Do the same with Dial-Up Adapter.) After that - no problem - works well. ... Read more


186. Linksys SVIEW04 ProConnnect 4-station CPU KVM Switch

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Asin: B00004Z87D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 3822
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Low tech hardware savings plan
Linksys provides one of the best, versatile, and easy to use console switches on the market. I've used others that cost less, but broke only weeks later. The first one I got 3 years ago is still working.
This is an easy way to share a monitor, keyboard, and mouse with multiple CPUs. The device allows either keyboard enabled or hardware buttons to switch between systems. New systems can be added without creating new problems. Just plug and play.
Worth the price. ... Read more


187. Linksys SVPS06 ProConnect CPU KVM Switch 6-Foot Cable Kit (PS/2)
list price: $29.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00004Z6FK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 10777
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Features

  • 6 feet of cable
  • Specially shielded to protect against magnetic interference
  • Flexible cable jacket
  • UL, FCC, and CSA certified
  • Connects monitor, keyboard, and mouse to CPU switch

188. Linksys UTP510 Network Cable, Cat 5, 10 Feet
list price: $12.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004Z5L8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 5271
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Optimized for both reliability and affordability, this 10-foot Cat 5 (RJ-45 Ethernet) cable from Linksys is perfect for completing your home network or broadband Internet setup. You may need several depending on your setup: use it to connect two computers, to connect a router to a high-speed modem, a router to a computer, a computer to a modem, or a wireless-ready router to wired network adapters. In every case, hookup is as simple as pushing it the cable in 'til you hear it click.

Built to high standards with quality four-pair wiring, this unshielded, twisted-pair (UTP) cable is both flexible and durable. It uses extended rubber boots for strain relief, protecting the locking clips from bending or other damage. ... Read more

Features

  • Extended RJ-45 rubber boot for strain relief
  • 50-micro-inch, gold-plated contacts
  • Flexible cable jacket
  • Unshielded
  • UI and CSA certified

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply a fantastic Cat 5 Cable
This network cable feels durable and is 10 ft long so it helps to reach thouse network accessories. The cable is ruged and the covers for the tabs help protect the connection. Bought 2, will by again if more are needed!

5-0 out of 5 stars it works!
works great, but i doubt too many people ever get bad cat5 cables. to me they are all the same.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good solid choice for ethernet cable.
It's pretty hard to screw up a thing as simple as an ethrnet cable. I guess any ethernet cable would do, but this has been perfect so far.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cable that works
I guess there isn't much to say about Ethernet cables. This is a straight-through Ethernet cable to connect your PC to a hub (e.g., cable modem or LAN router). It feels solid, and I imagine I'll get years of service out of it. ... Read more


189. Linksys UTP525 Network Cable, Cat 5, 25 Feet
list price: $19.00
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00004Z5SC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 3422
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 25-foot UTP Ethernet patch cable
  • CAT 5 compliant
  • Thin coaxial for home use
  • For home or small-office use
  • RJ-45 connectors

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars All Linksys Components make LAN installation a breeze
PC Magazine rated manufacturs suppling components for SOHO (Small Office Home Office) systems, including LANs (Local Area Networks) and Internet Cable/DSL Modem access. Linksys was rated highest (with 2 others) for customer satisfaction, noting that while technecal assistence was rated favorably, the technecal rep's interest would wain once he/she established that the Linksys component was not the malfuncting component. After calling several local electrical suppliers and on-line retailers, I realized that I could not make an Ethernet RJ45 cable as inexpensively as Linksys put out the 25ft UTP550 Cat5+ cable. Accordingly, I bought all Linksys components in the event that I needed to call customer service. I never did. ... Read more


190. Linksys PCMPC100C Media Coupler for PCMPC100 & PCMPC200
list price: $19.99
our price: $15.99
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Asin: B000067TUX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 16207
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191. Linksys SVPPS10 Proconnect Cpu KVM Switch Premium 10-FOOT Cable Kit (PS/2)
list price: $41.99
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Asin: B00004Z6OA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 32175
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Features

  • 10-foot cable easily reaches from PCs to server closets, testing areas, and more
  • Shielded to protect against electromagnetic interference
  • Flexible cable jacket and sturdy construction
  • UL, FCC, and CSA certified
  • Free technical support and limited lifetime warranty

192. Linksys UTP550 Network Cable, Cat 5, 50 Feet
list price: $35.99
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Asin: B00004Z624
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 32251
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Features

  • Category 5 UTP cable
  • Thin coax for home and small office use
  • RJ-45 connector

193. Linksys SVIEW08 ProConnect 8-station CPU KVM Switch
list price: $371.99
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Asin: B00004Z96C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 78817
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Product Description

Take control of your PCs with the ProConnect KVM Switches. Ready to run out of the box, the ProConnect KVM Switch lets you connect multiple PCs to a single keyboard, monitor, and mouse. Switch between PCs with the press of a key, or use the switch’s cycling feature to rotate between each PC’s progress automatically at programmed intervals. Got a notebook PC? Plug it into the KVM Switch and control it from your desktop’s full-sized keyboard, monitor, and mouse - just like a docking station!

Built to last, the ProConnect 8-Port KVM Switch virtually eliminates cable swapping, while you save hundreds of dollars in storage space and hardware costs. Your connection can be simple and inexpensive with the Linksys ProConnect KVM Switch. It’s the perfect choice for any Server room, Internet Service Provider, or testing lab where you need to manage multiple PCs efficiently and easily.

  • Supports HotKeys and Pushbutton Switching
  • Serves as a Convenient Docking Station for Notebook PCs
  • Supports Hot-Swapping of Cables
Note: Cables not included

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194. Linksys USB200M Compact USB 2.0 10/100 Network Adapter

Asin: B0000D94HG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 45306
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Product Description

Now you can connect to any 10/100 Ethernet network without having to open your PC. And with the power of USB 2.0, you'll connect at the full speed your network supports. The Compact USB 2.0 10/100 Network Adapter from Linksys works with any USB 1.1 or 2.0 equipped desktop or notebook PC, running any version of Windows that supports USB.This tiny Plug-and-Play compatible device attaches directly to a USB port on your PC or hub via a standard USB Type A connector. Simply connect a Category 5 Ethernet network cable into the Compact USB 2.0 10/100 Network Adapter's RJ-45 port, install the included device driver, and you're networked. The Compact USB 2.0 10/100 Network Adapter is bus-powered, drawing power from the host PC so it requires no external power cord. It features easy-to-read LEDs and compact design. ... Read more

Features

  • Powered by host PC so no external power supply is needed
  • Compact, wired USB network adapter lets you access 10/100 Ethernet networks through any available USB port
  • Connects at a full 100 Mbps via USB 2.0, up to 8 times faster than a USB 1.1 adapter (also compatible with USB 1.1 PCs)
  • Plug-and-play compatible with Windows 98SE, 2000, Millennium, and XP
  • One type-A, male USB connector, one RJ-45, 10/100 port for network connectivity

195. Linksys Etherfast Fast Enet 10/100 MBs 10/100BTX RJ45 Plug and Play PCI Cards (5-Pack)
list price: $147.50
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Asin: B00004Z7SH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 65176
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196. Linksys EF3508 EtherFast 3508 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch
list price: $700.00
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Asin: B000083EAL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 54550
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Product Description

The EtherFast 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch takes your network to a whole new level of productivity - and does it using your existing architecture. There's no need to abandon your present equipment or radically change your way of doing things. This switch from Linksys allows you to do what you already do - only faster! Apply this switching power to your current Ethernet network, and your data traffic efficiency will improve several times over. Connect your Gigabit-equipped workstations to the Switch's 10/100/1000 ports for full-duplex, dedicated bandwidth of up to 1000Mbps! With the EtherFast 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch, you can connect your existing 10/100 Ethernet network to your Gigabit server backbone without any additional equipment. All ports are auto-negotiating, and have auto MDI/MDI-X. Address learning and aging is supported, as well as 802.3x flow control with head-of-line blocking prevention to keep your high-speed clients from bogging down in low-speed traffic. ... Read more

Features

  • Eight 10/100/1000 Mbps, half/full duplex, switched ports
  • Forwards and filters packets at non-blocking, full wire speed
  • All ports have auto speed negotiation and MDI/MDI-X
  • Supports address learning and aging, 802.3x flow control and head-of-line blocking prevention

197. Linksys HPRO200 HomeLink Phoneline 10M Cable/DSL Router
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B00005JJEO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 17330
Average Customer Review: 3.66 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Allows Internet sharing though Ethernet and home phoneline networks
  • Supports Port Filtering, IP Filtering, and MAC Filtering
  • Built-In Ethernet-to-Home phoneline network bridge for local computer connections
  • Easy manageability through your Web browser
  • Easy installation--no software required

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars Home Networking/Cable Modem User
I recently purchased the Linksys HPRO200 Phoneline 10M Cable/DSL Router and am very happy with its' performance. Although I did have a little trouble configuring Internet Connection Sharing, the Tech Support at Linksys was able to get me up and running after less than 5 minutes on the phone.

I previously purchased the Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Network Card Kit from .... I have a Windows 2000 system networked pier to pier with a Windows ME system. Although I was able to share files between both computers, I was not able to share my Broadband Cable Internet connection.

With the Linksys Phoneline Cable/DSL Router I am now able to share my Internet Connection between both computers and I don't have to leave a "host" computer constantly running, as you would if using Internet Connections Sharing via a proxy server software program(or Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing).

In conclusion, I would definitely recommend this product to anyone who is interested in sharing their Broadband Internet Connection between two, or more, computers. You won't have to pay for additional IP addresses, as most Cable providers suggest in order to share your connection. You will also benefit from the Router's built-in NAT Firewall.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Router, but has some limitations
The Linksys 10M Phoneline Cable/Dsl Router is very easy to set up and use. I was able to share my cable internet access right after I hooked up the unit. I currently have two computers in the network (One with Win98 SE that is connected to the cable modem upstairs and one laptop with Windows XP downstairs). Sharing internet access is no problem with this router, but you do lose some speed. Cable access is definitely much faster without the router (up to 100X faster than dialup) and the speed reduces after the router is installed (10X faster than dialup), but it is still a lot faster than dialup and doesn't tie up the phone.

Overall, this is a good product if you want to share broadband access over long distances in your home without running wires. I feel that it is better than wireless networking because with wireless networking there may be distance limitations (up to 300 feet I think), but you do have to sacrifice some speed. I'm planning on using the router on weekdays (reduced traffic) and just using the cable modem on weekends (high traffic).

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but SLOW
I tried this phoneline network system for the first the time. The good thing is it is easy to use and requires no cables running around thehouse. The bad thing is it is exremely slow. Setup was a breeze but the speed was so slow it went slower than thw actual broadband modem. If you really want easy and speed you should go wireless. 802.11b has become so cheaper the system might be cheaper than the phoneline system. Even better is 802.11g, which is about 54 times faster than this phoneline system. I bought 54g and gave this system to a friend who is trying to network his first computers.
The verdict: This system is ok, but if you want a system without wires that is also easy and faster go 802.11b if you have a budget and if you have a little more money get 802.11g(also reffered to as 54G)

2-0 out of 5 stars Bad customer service & out-of-date firmware
I purchased and successfully installed this product in September 2002. I was quite satisfied with it until recently. The problem began when I switched DSL providers. I cannot get the router to function properly with the new DSL service. I've gone so far as to have a networking technician out to look at it. As near as we can tell, the router is not picking up a gateway from the new DSL service.

My extreme dissatisfaction with Linksys is (1)because their customer service is very poor and (2)because they have not updated the firmware for this product in over 2 years.

With regard to (1), Linksys apparently does not assign case numbers to help calls. Consequently, when I tried a fix that didn't work and called back in, I would have to start from the beginning ("Tell us what the lights on the router are doing. Tell us what the lights on the modem are doing. Now power cycle the modem." Etc.) with a different technician. The technicians have a very limited knowledge. One went so far as to say she couldn't help me further because Internet Explorer 6 doesn't work well with the router. That's bologna; the browser is just a container for information. Another kept trying to pawn the problem off on my DSL provider even though I have a connection via the modem.

With regard to (2), PPPoE protocols can change. Given that I can't get a gateway for my service, maybe they need to update their firmware.

I'm going to get rid of this router and do what I should have done in the first place, hard-wire some CAT5 cable in my house. My recommendation to others is that you look at different solutions. It seems that Linksys does not want to provide sufficient support for this product.

HomePNA will be passed up by wireless options, the new electrical networking protocol, etc. So, it might not make sense to purchase it anyway. Perhaps Linksys is just focusing its attention on newer technologies.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bang for the buck!
This product offers basic firewall and router functionality for the Homelink Phoneline network in your home. It is the lowest priced product with these features and is easy to configure, reliable, and durable. Whenever price is a concern for your network needs, there is always a Linksys product capable of doing the job every day for years. ... Read more


198. Linksys EC2T PCMCIA Ethernet Card
list price: $58.00
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Asin: B00003005I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 38135
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Combo PCMCIA EthernetCard comes with everything needed to get up and running with your network software fast! Because it supports all major PCMCIA driver libraries--Cardsoft, Cardware, Phoenix, and more--the EthernetCard can be recognized, initialized, and ready to go only seconds after you slide it into your PC's PCMCIA slot. It's fully software-configurable, which means there are no jumpers or switches to set. And because it's both Novell NE2000-compliant and Windows 95 Plug-and-Play compatible, you'll never have to worry about finding the right network driver--it's guaranteed to run seamlessly with your network software.Housed in an road-tested, stainless steel shell, the Combo PCMCIA EthernetCard includes a 128KB flash RAM for quick upgrades, 16KB ring buffer for fast file transfers, and an auto-sensing media coupler with both 10BaseT and thin coax ports on board. ... Read more

Features

  • Novell NE2000 compatible, for fast installations
  • PCMCIA network adapter with 10BaseT and thin coax ports
  • PCMCIA Type II compliant
  • Fully IEEE 802.3 compliant
  • Windows 98 Plug-and-Play compatible

Reviews (8)

2-0 out of 5 stars Dongle too fragile.
Thanks to the reviewer above for telling me it is called a "Dongle".The card worked fine, until the connection to it broke.Get a new one where the line connencts directly into the card.

2-0 out of 5 stars good for internet, not for file sharing
This product actually worked great on my
IBM Thinkpad 760XL for surfing the net, worked great on
my Linksys 4 port router (BEFSR41 ver 2) as well.

only problem I ran into, was trying to setup
file sharing in Windows 98..

the Network Setup wizard, for some odd reason,
would not detect the presence of this NIC card,
not even after reboot,so because of that
I was not impressed.

but it is a great card for those who just want to surf
the net and not use file sharing

(still not sure why Network setup wizard won't detect it
that one has me stumped)

1-0 out of 5 stars Death to the Dongle!
I was actually a satisfied user of this product for several months. My laptop has been sitting on a corner of my desk for all that time, because I've been too busy to configure the system for the uses I intend for it. So it's just been an extra storage box, a place where I could stick stuff that didn't belong on my employer's hardware.

For this non-typical usage, the EC2T seemed a real steal, inexpensive, easy to install, reliable. I was (and still am) skeptical of the complaints in some of the other Amazon reviews. The kind of problems described are typically nothing to do with card or driver. And though this is a pokey 10 megabit card, it makes no sense to spend extra unless you know you're going to connect to a 100 megabit network, and don't want to screw up the other users. Few people need even 10 megabits of bandwidth, and it's silly to buy data capacity before you need it, given the ongoing collapse in hardware costs.

Anyway, I recently started using my laptop as a laptop, and soon discovered the fatal flaw in the design. As with many older PCMCIA network cards, the EC2T accepts the RJ cable not on the card itself, but on an external assembly, a "dongle" which connects in turn to a thin little connector on the card itself.

Dongles have a reputation for fragility, but the IBM Token Ring card that came with my used laptop (useless, alas, on my company's network) has a nice sturdy dongle with a simple thick plastic connector. The Linksys dongle is also sturdy looking, but the connector is a complicated, fragile thing, made of thin metal and plastic. Just now I tried to plug my laptop into the company network for perhaps the 10th time, only to find that a small but crucial bit of plastic had come off the dongle's connector. The whole thing is unusable.

I'm not happy, but I won't boycott Linksys because of this. Hardware makers are under constant, extreme pressure to cut costs, and absurdities like this useless dongle are the inevitable result. Rather than hassle with finding a card with a properly made dongle, I'll replace this one with one that has the network connector built into the card itself. Unfortunately, these all seem to done with a big plastic assembly that juts out of the side of your laptop. But I can live with that.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is a ...
I used it for two weeks and I had to return it to the store for a refund. It did not work in my Mindows ME notebook with a Linksys Router (BEFSR11), and it was very unstable in my Compaq iPAQ 3650 as well.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not a good value with the price of the 10/100's so low
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This was an outstanding product in it's day.But given the presentvery low prices for linksys 10/100 PCMCIA cards, I don't recommendit.

Why buy old technology when new technoogy is just a little bit moremoney.

Check out the Linksys PCMPC100 EtherFast 10/100 Card .Mychoice for a PCMCIA network card.It is also for sale on this web site. ... Read more


199. Linksys EFSP42 EtherFast 10/100 2-Port Switched PrintServer
list price: $218.99
our price: $126.99
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Asin: B00004XRDB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 10611
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The EtherFast 10/100 two-port switched print server is an easy way to expand and simplify your small or home office network. With two high-speed printer ports and four standard 10/100 switch ports, the system allows you to connect up to two printers and four PCs (or other network devices) to your network without any additional hardware. Supporting both standard and bidirectional printers, the system is fully compatible with regular laser, Bubble Jet, ink-jet, and dot-matrix printers. And with a 256 KB buffer and automatic collision control, the print server handles multiple print jobs simultaneously and efficiently.

The four internal 10/100 switched ports integrate your 10Base-T and 100Base-TX hardware together in a seamless fashion, running four times faster than a four-port hub, while minimizing cabling and space requirements.

The print server works with all major operating systems, including Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0, and NetWare, and comes with a three-year limited warranty and free technical support. ... Read more

Features

  • Bidirectional 2-port print server for both 10BaseT and 100BaseTX networks
  • 4 built-in switched 10/100 auto-sensing ports
  • Compatible with both half and full duplex networks
  • Simultaneously supports multiple, concurrent print jobs
  • Runs with most laser, ink jet, bubble jet, color, and dot matrix parallel printers

Reviews (32)

2-0 out of 5 stars Total Disappointment
Like other reviewers I also have a home network with other Linksys products (Cable router, 8-port hub, wireless AP) which are excellent. This print server is a total disappointment for me.

The built-in 4 port hub works fine, but the print server just would not function with my set-up. Originally connected to the parallel port of my win98 machine is an HP Deskjet 932C. After hooking it up to the print server and installing the Linksys software, the printer no longer prints correctly. I changed many times the settings, uninstall and reinstall drivers (both Linksys and the HP printer drivers) and after much trial and error I gave up.

I also have a Xerox Docuprint P8 laser printer, and the result is the same after hooking up to the print server. I ended up going back to sharing the printers from my PCs.

It is possible that this printer is only compatible with a certain type of printers. The manual and website does not offer much help. I could not even get the print server administration software to print a test page.

I like most of the Linksys products except this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works well with Windows 9X/NT and Linux
This product is an excellent value. The print sever works well with my RedHat Linux, and Windows 9X/NT systems. Get Windows 2000 drivers from Linksys. I had just wanted a 10/100 switch, but why not get the printer server and switch for one low price. I would recommend using the print server in lpd mode for Windows NT/2000. On Linux/UNIX just treat is like a server running lpd. Note that you will need Windows to initially configure the product and to set an IP address for the print server. The two parallel ports are logically mapped to lpd printer queues called lp1 and lp2. There is a special driver that must be loaded for printing from Windows 9X clients. I do not have an Apple system, but it can also emulate an Apple print server and there is unsupported Apple configuration software is included on the CD-ROM.

1-0 out of 5 stars disaster
We use linksys as standard in my company for wireless activities, we found normal to stack a print server from linksys on top of wireless AP.

Out of the fact the techs took one hour to find out how to configure it through fixed IP an installing bi admin a described in other critics, which does not make it user friendly but we can cope with that as IT professional.

However, bi directional is a joke. No printer is recognized and we lost all fax and scanner functions on a Brother MFC, this IS a problem (guess why we bought a Multi Function Center?)

We had to return this material to linksys...

4-0 out of 5 stars Works with XP but takes some tinkering
I read all the reviews so I was expecting some extra work to get this print server working with XP. The trick is using a static IP address, not DHCP. Go ahead and install the "BI Admin" utility because it allows you to configure the print server via a browser page, but use a static IP address. And just enter that same static IP when you configure your printer port (printer properties, add TCP/IP port). Linksys tech support can help - although this is yet another company that has outsourced tech support to the Phillipines and India. That's a big check mark against them in my book.

1-0 out of 5 stars HP Laserjet1200 and Linksys printserver
Despite spending hours (days) attempting to configure the printserver, I was unsuccesful. The printserver does not appear to be compatible with the HP laserjet 1200. I wish I had read the reviews prior to purchase. Problem is incompatability with HP drivers. Tried all drivers, tried all settings. Would be interested to hear from the people who apparently got this to work. ... Read more


200. Linksys Network IN A Box 2 PCI Nics 15FT Coax Cable Games
list price: $119.00
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Asin: B00004Z7H3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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Product Description

If you've wanted to connect your computers together to share files, applications, CD-ROM drives, hard disks, printers, and more, look no further! Network in a Box comes with everything you need to get up and running in just a few minutes. Just plug in the cards, attach the provided thin coax cabling hardware, install the software drivers---and go! It really is that easy. Easy-to-read setup instructions will guide you through every step of the installation. Think you might need a little help? Got questions? No problem---just call the award-winning Linksys Customer Support hotline. You'll get free technical support for the life of your hardware. Free software upgrades. And much more! Network in a Box includes two EtherPCI LAN Card II cards. Fully plug-and-play compatible and ready to run right out of the box, the EtherPCI II is one of the most reliable network adapters available for PCI desktop computers. It comes with both 10BaseT and thin coax ports built-in, true 32-bit multitasking, advanced error correction, and a full suite of network software drivers that are guaranteed to work with Windows 95, 98, NT, Novell, and most other popular network operating systems. Best of all, the EtherPCI II is fully expandable. As your needs grow, you can add additional computers to your network just by adding more network adapters and thin coax cabling! This is a network that you'll never outgrow---perfect for both home and small office use! ... Read more


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