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141. Network Everywhere NWP11B Wireless-B
$103.99 list($180.99)
142. Linksys EF2H2SC Etherfast IIHub
$1,043.99 list()
143. EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card PCI
$499.00
144. Linksys EF1324 EtherFast 1324
$50.99 $50.97 list()
145. Wireless Network Pccard.multilingual
$499.00
146. Linksys EF1704 EtherFast 1704
$23.50 list($42.00)
147. Network Everywhere NP10T 10BaseT
$74.99 list()
148. Wireless-b Network Kitrouter +
149. Linksys WPG11 Wireless-B Presentation
$39.99 $36.39 list($58.99)
150. Linksys PCMPC200 EtherFast 10/100
$56.95 list($99.99)
151. Network Everywhere NWR04B Wireless-B
$27.99 list()
152. Linksys-Cisco CANADA ONLY 5PORT
$59.99 list()
153. Linksys-Cisco CANADA ONLY WIRELESS
$172.99 $171.59 list()
154. Linksys-Cisco GIGABIT ETHERNET
$929.99 list()
155. Linksys PC22604 ProConnect II
$173.99 list()
156. Linksys EFPC2SC 1000BaseSX SC
$297.40 list($500.00)
157. Linksys WAP54A Wireless 802.11a
$14.99 $11.00 list()
158. Network Everywhere NC100 10/100
$69.99 $55.95
159. Linksys USBM64M Instant USB Disk
$639.99 $638.93 list($699.99)
160. Linksys PC22224 ProConnect II

141. Network Everywhere NWP11B Wireless-B Notebook Adapter
list price: $72.00
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Asin: B00008BLGE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 86646
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Connect your notebook computer to a wireless network with the Network Everywhere Wireless Notebook Adapter. The included setup wizard will walk you through configuring the adapter and your network's settings, step by step. Then just slide it into your notebook's PC Card slot and enjoy network access with your notebook computer, while retaining true mobility.PRODUCT FEATURES: IEEE 802.11b compliant; Auto fallback; RF Output 18dBm (64mW); 64/128-bit WEP; Cardbus Interface; Easy-to-use Setup Wizard and WLAN Monitor Utility. ... Read more

Features

  • 64/128-bit WEP
  • IEEE 802.11b compliant
  • Auto fallback
  • Cardbus Interface
  • Easy-to-use Setup Wizard and WLAN Monitor Utility

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Critique
This card is functional if you are completely new to wireless technology and do not plan on using encryption.It installs fine under Microsoft Windows 9x, ME, XP Pro, and NT.However, there were a number of problems with this card.

One: Linux drivers that work with this card are extremely hard to come by.The only way you are going to make this card work under Linux is either by getting extremely lucky and finding some support or getting the rare linux distro that has the card supported by default.

Two: The GUI for the card that runs under windows is a horrible system hog, takes forever to get commands through, and keeps getting blocked by my firewall when it tries to contact microsoft.com.Shutdown the monitor program and all this goes away.

Three: The card itself is inefficient.Running at maximum power it still has horrible range.The maximum distance I got out of this card was 27.2m from the hub.In comparison, the other card I have (a Linksys USB 801b) gets a range of 52.1m.

In all, the only reason I would recommend this card is if you want to set up a hassle-free wireless network unders microsoft windows, and you don't mind sacrificing everything to expediency.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great and very affordable!!
I bought this card as a combo with the wireless-B broadband router for about $80 - great deal.It worked great right out of the box.Took about 2 minutes to setup and it gets a strong signal through a few rooms.I don't use the WEP security features but it works great just to get on the internet.Highly recommended for basic internet use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the trouble
I tried 3 brands of wireless cards, and the only one I had trouble with was the network everywhere NWP11B. The card would not connect to three different networks. Got a warranty replacement, and the second card will sometimes connect.

This card is missing an important feature - you can't set the WEP encryption key using a passphrase. Better brands will let you use ASCII text, (your dog's name or some other phrase) to generate the 64 or 128 bit key. Even with the new firmware, this card requires you to translate the passphrase into hexadecimal, and then type in a 26 digit number. Twice.
This is not fun, especially because the card often will not connect, and you will be typing this number in over and over.
Unless you are good at memorizing 26 digit hexadecimal numbers, buy something else. ... Read more


142. Linksys EF2H2SC Etherfast IIHub 100BFX SC Module
list price: $180.99
our price: $103.99
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Asin: B0000683EH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 65666
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143. EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card PCI Adapter 100-Pack

our price: $1,043.99
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Asin: B00006HZT5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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Features

  • Upgrade large networks!
  • 10/100 dual-speed ENET
  • Full duplex support

144. Linksys EF1324 EtherFast 1324 Layer 3 Management 24-Port 10/100 + 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch

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Asin: B000083EAJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 119240
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Product Description

Migrate your network to Gigabit speed with the EtherFast 1324 Layer 3 Management 24-Port 10/100 + 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch. Perfect for today's large-scale network demands, this new 24-Port Switch from Linksys delivers Layer 3 switching and blazing transfer speeds for your network applications with integrated Gigabit connectivity.Layer 3 switches route packets based on IP address, so unlike standard (Layer 2) switches, they can link different subnets without the need for a router, and at much higher speeds. The EtherFast 1324 Switch's Layer 3 switching and "intelligent" design provide maximum network control, regulating traffic and eliminating bottlenecks.Integrate the EtherFast 1324 Switch into your current network, and your data traffic efficiency will improve several times over. Connect your workstations to the 10/100 ports, and speed up access for all your users in just one move. Connect your servers through the Gigabit ports for dedicated bandwidth of up to 1000Mbps - and you've maximized your network potential. Configuration is a snap using the Web management interface. Save money and time with this all-in-one managed solution for Gigabit connectivity to your servers or Gigabit backbone. ... Read more


145. Wireless Network Pccard.multilingual Retail Packaging

our price: $50.99
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Asin: B0000C20HQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 145478
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Product Description

Attention notebook PC users: put the "mobile" back into mobile computing! Whether you're at your desk or in the boardroom, the Linksys Instant Wireless Network PC Card allows you to share printers, files, and more anywhere within your wireless LAN infrastructure, increasing your productivity and keeping you "in touch".The Instant Wireless Network PC Card gives you the freedom to work your way, from where you want - letting you take full advantage of your notebook PC's portability, while providing you with access to all your network resources. A high-powered built-in Diversity antenna means that you're covered - at a distance of up to 500 m. And since it occupies only one Type II PCMCIA slot, you're free to use your other slots for additional accessories. Ready to run in any Type II or III PCMCIA-equipped notebook PC, and compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT and Millennium, the Instant Wireless Network PC Card from Linksys is truly a "must-have" for all notebook PC users. ... Read more


146. Linksys EF1704 EtherFast 1704 Gigabit Ethernet Switch

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Asin: B00008NGJK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 147130
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Product Description

Migrate your network to Gigabit speed with the EtherFast Layer 3 Management 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch. Perfect for today's large-scale network demands, this switch from Linksys delivers Layer 3 switching and blazing Gigabit transfer speeds for all your network applications.Layer 3 switches route packets based on IP address, so unlike standard (Layer 2) switches, they can link different subnets without the need for a router, at much higher speed, and much lower cost. Use the EtherFast 1704 Switch as your network's backbone, and connect your servers' different subnets at Gigabit speeds. The four built-in auto MDI/MDI-X ports deliver 8Gbps of non-blocking switching performance. And as your needs grow, add Gigabit Ethernet or Gigabit Fiber ports using the four available expansion slots.The EtherFast 1704 Switch provides broadcast storm suppression, has hardware MAC and IP address learning, and supports packet filtering and port security. Partition your network into up to 256 VLANs, using port-based 802.1q tagging. Configuration and monitoring network performance is a snap using the Web management interface, console, telnet, or SNMP/RMON.This expandable, managed switch is the perfect solution for your Gigabit enterprise backbone. ... Read more


147. Network Everywhere NP10T 10BaseT PC Card
list price: $42.00
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Asin: B00008BQME
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 55074
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Amazon.com Product Description

Housed in a sturdy stainless steel shell, the Network Everywhere Ethernet 10Base-T PC Card is a 10 Mbps network adapter for notebook computers with 16- or 32-bit PCMCIA expansion slots. Ready to run right out of the box, at home, in the office, or on the road, the 10Base-T PC Card offers reliable and fast performance at a great price. Built to run with Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me, NT, and XP, the Network Everywhere PC Card lets you take your network connection anywhere. ... Read more

Features

  • Connects to any 10 Mbps network
  • Works in virtually any PCMCIA type II slot
  • Low power consumption--autosleep mode
  • 16 KB buffer for fast file and transfers
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 and XP

148. Wireless-b Network Kitrouter + Notebook Adapter

our price: $74.99
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Asin: B0000D94I1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 44524
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149. Linksys WPG11 Wireless-B Presentation Gateway

Asin: B00006HY9R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 37741
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compatable with virtually any presentation projector
  • Up to 11 Mbps transfer rate
  • Easy setup
  • Interoperable with IEEE 802.11b (DSSS) 2.4GHz-compliant equipment
  • No additional drivers needed

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Good try - Poor performance
I've tried this product on a P4 1.8GHz machine and it was incredibly slow. The quality of the image was poor. ... Read more


150. Linksys PCMPC200 EtherFast 10/100 CardBus PC Card
list price: $58.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00003006Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 19574
Average Customer Review: 3.81 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Linksys EtherFast 10/100 CardBus PC Card connects your CardBus-equipped notebook computer to a 10BaseT or 100BaseT network in just minutes. Ready to maximize the full bandwidth of your PC's powerful 32-bit PCI CardBus slot, the EtherFast 10/100 CardBus PC Card is the right choice for video, graphics, multimedia, Internet, and other speed-intensive network traffic. ... Read more

Features

  • 32-bit 10BaseT/100BaseTX network adapter for CardBus notebooks
  • Runs in half- and full-duplex modes at speeds of 10 Mbps to 200 Mbps
  • Automatically senses and negotiates cabling duplex, polarity, and speed
  • Low 5 volts/640 mW power consumption conserves notebook PC battery life
  • Hot swappable--insert or remove from PC without powering down

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good card - but careful if using with other OSes (linux)

There was a bit of advertising trickery on the part of Linksys - they changed the chip used in this card, added a 'v2' of the model number on the card itself, and shipped new windows drivers. This means that Linux (and possibly other operating systems) claim to support this card, based on the model number, but actually don't. Well, at least, not yet. I was able to get this card working (and working well) under linux with drivers from www.scyld.com (although, it wasn't easy).

I had no problems under windows 98se with this card at all - I can't even remember if I had to use the shipped drivers (win98se may have known about this card already).

Beyond the model change, this card is a good card. Affordable, stable, and very strong for a 'dongle' card.

I did e-mail Linksys once, when I thought my 'dongle' connection was bad (it wasn't), and they e-mailed back in 2 days, which is pretty good these days for technical support. Creative Labs, that multimedia giant continues to keep me waiting for an RMA CD-RW drive after 2 MONTHS now...

5-0 out of 5 stars Performs flawlessly
We installed this Linksys card just over a year ago in conjunction with our Netgear network system. It configured and was up and running in a few minutes on my Windows 98 laptop system. I highly recommend this card for your network. It's a great piece of hardware at a great price!

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad but there is an issue...
This gave me access to the network for my older laptop. The only issue I've found is that the cable connection to the card is very fragile, and easily broken. I had the card about 2 months before it was rendered irritatingly inconsistant due to a connection problem between the card and cable. I would recommend being very careful with this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Card with one small setback
I have been able to get much use from this card. My only reservation has been with the 'dongle' for lack of a better word. The cable that acts as a go-between from the card to the network cable is prone to damage if left hanging unsupported. Eventually, the weight will cause a lack of connectivity. I've had to replace it twice. But I consider it a minor problem with a fine product.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best pcmcia card on the market
This is absolutely the best 10/100 cardbus pcmcia card on the market. The speed is crisp and the connection is clean.

Recommendation: Strong Buy ... Read more


151. Network Everywhere NWR04B Wireless-B Access Point Router
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00008BLEB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 90344
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Think of the Network Everywhere Wireless Cable/DSL Router as a kind of "splitter" for your Internet connection. Just connect your DSL or Cable Modem to the Router, and all the computers in your household can share the Internet - all at the same time. You can connect your home computers to the Router with Ethernet cables, or put wireless network adapters in them and communicate over radio waves, saving the trouble and expense of running cables through your house.Once your computers are connected to the Router, they can communicate with each other too, sharing resources and files. All your computers can print on a shared printer connected anywhere in the house. And your computers can share all kinds of files - music, digital pictures, and documents. Keep all your digital music on one computer, and listen to it anywhere in the house. Organize all of your family's digital pictures in one place, to simplify finding the ones you want, and easing backup to CD-R. Utilize extra free space on one computer when another's hard drive starts to fill up.Your home network is secure, too. All wireless communications are protected by 128-bit encryption. Internet Firewall packet filters keep intruders out, and block attacks. Parental Controls help you protect your family. It's all easier than you think - the included Setup Wizard takes you through configuring your network, step by step. With the Network Everywhere Wireless Cable/DSL Router at the heart of your home network, you don't need to be a networking genius to share printers, files, and your Internet connection - with or without wires. ... Read more

Features

  • Supports static routing and dynamic routing protocol RIP1/RIP2
  • Supports Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
  • Easy to use setup utility or configure through your networked PC¿s Web browser
  • Internet access control (Parental Controls), by time-of-day or by day of the week
  • Port Trigger function for Internet applications with special requirements

Reviews (17)

1-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Horrible Product
This looked like a great deal.It set up and configured very easily. I'm very technical but even someone with limited technical abilities could set this up.It worked fine out of the box on my DSL connection.

Then it started, every other day, it will disconnect, requiring a reset of the router, a reset of the dsl modem, or a reboot of the PC, and sometimes all three.Most of the time a reset of the router does the trick.

But it's absolutely annoying. Their support is horrible and incompetent. From what I've read elsewhere, this is a common problem for almost everyone that has purchased this product.

Spend a little more money and get something that's reliable. I can't imagine this company staying in business much longer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't flash it...
Like a lot of others i saw this for $20 at Staples. Cheap for a wireless router and if it's crap, well i'm only out $20. Well, i guess i'm out $20. Played with it for a little while and it seemed fine, but like every other tweaker i thought i'd upgrade the firmware before finalizing it's usage. Bad idea. Flash said it was successful but afterwards the diagnostics light came on and stayed on. No more DHCP, no more browser connectivity, no IP on the router, no router (I think the switch aspect may still be OK).

Bottom line, for $20 i would have been happy with even poor wireless functionality, but no functionality is no good. If you buy one, don't flash it.

Now where's that damn receipt.....

2-0 out of 5 stars Cheap but Unreliable
Pros: Cheap, small, good LED indicators
Cons: Freezes up every couple of days requiring reset, firmware hard to get

I bought the NWR04b at a Boxing Day sale at Staples for just $19 Canadian. I already have a wireless router and was looking for a 4-port hub, and this was cheaper than a hub, so I thought I would try it for a lark. The physical product is impressive with abundant LED's for port and box status, I was able to get full bandwidth (11MB) signal from all over my 3-storey home, and the user interface is decent. The unit hooked up to my ISP fine and seemed to work well at first. Unfortunately the firmware locks up; every 2 days I have to unplug it for 5 seconds then plug it in again - then it has to re-log into my ISP, but then it works ok. It does run very hot, but I'm not sure if this is the root problem. Web support is very limited. From what I read on the net, the older 1.2-series firmware is more stable. Mine has the newer 1.3 series firmware, but since you can't download this from the net (as of today only the 1.2 is on the site) I am reluctant to reflash it if I can't get it back. As such, I just disabled the DHCP and wireless and use it a a 4-port hub occasionally, and reinstalled my Dlink wireless router. If you can get this cheap and they come out with more stable firmware, grab one. If not, maybe think about spending a bit more for a more stable unit, or just be fine with unplugging it every couple of days. Much of the buzz I read about this unit lauded it as having Linksys guts - if so, these are pretty sickly innards, and if I were in brand management at Linksys, I'd want to distance my trademarks from this particular box. Peace from Canada, Jan 2005

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
Like others, I bought this router because it's cheap.I've had it for several months.

Unlike others, I have met mostly with success using this router. It's been routing http, ftp, rdp, and other traffic into my home network. Outbound connections just plain work.I found the router easy to set up and wireless connections started right up. WEP works.Inbound port forwarding works.For the most part I'm happy with this router.

But every few weeks, this router will simply stop routing traffic between my internal and external networks and I don't know why.It may be that it doesn't renew its DHCP lease properly; I don't know.I called technical support and was just flabbergasted by the incompetence there.

Currently I must reboot my router every few weeks.It's very frustrating.I would recommend against this product overall.Spend a few more dollars and get something reliable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Correction to previous review
I retract my previous review of this product or at the very least correct it.I've used this product now for several days and it's worked flawlessly.Setting up a network isn't the easiest of tasks so you should know that you need patience.There is the off chance as in my case that my ISP wasn't working so well the week I decided to up and run a network at home.Hope you have better luck but the product seems sound at least so far.For the price - it's worth it.Any problems getting it going can be blamed on not knowing exactly what you are doing.This product could use some free tech support and instructions for upgrading the firmware but hey - again for the price - I'll let that go.You should know also that the cables you use can be flaky if you use cables and make sure all computers are on when running a wizard.A bad cable connection can make everything impossible to figure out. ... Read more


152. Linksys-Cisco CANADA ONLY 5PORT NETWORK ( NH1005 )

our price: $27.99
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Asin: B00006IDEC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 48612
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153. Linksys-Cisco CANADA ONLY WIRELESS 802.11G ( WRT54G-CA )

our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00013UXTY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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154. Linksys-Cisco GIGABIT ETHERNET 1000 BASET ( MGBT1 )

our price: $172.99
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Asin: B0001Q5T6I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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Product Description

Linksys (MGBT1) GBIC SFP 10/100/1000MBPS RJ45 ... Read more


155. Linksys PC22604 ProConnect II 2604 Layer 2 Management 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch

our price: $929.99
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Asin: B00008KJ1K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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156. Linksys EFPC2SC 1000BaseSX SC Fiber Module for PC22224, PC22604, EF1704

our price: $173.99
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Asin: B00008KJ28
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 50996
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157. Linksys WAP54A Wireless 802.11a Access Point
list price: $500.00
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Asin: B000066JQS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 19029
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Instant Wireless access point from Linksys delivers the freedom to configure your network your way. Utilization of state-of-the-art wireless technology gives you the ability to set up workstations in ways you never thought possible; no cables to install means less expense and less hassle.

The Instant Wireless access point's high-powered antenna offers a range of operation of up to 328 feet indoors, providing seamless roaming throughout your wireless LAN infrastructure; an advanced user-authentication feature ensures a high level of network security. The Instant Wireless access point is easy to install--just plug it in and you're ready to go--and easy to use. With Internet browser-based diagnostics and statistic tools, you're always in control.

Using the 802.11a networking standard, the Linksys Instant Wireless access point can reach maximum data transfer rates of 72 Mbps (turbo mode), when used with the Linksys WPC54A Wireless 802.11a PC card, and up to 54 Mbps when used with other 802.11a products. The WAP54A features 152-bit WEP encryption, for higher security than 802.11b products.

Note that 802.11a wireless products do not function with 802.11b wireless products. ... Read more

Features

  • Interoperable with other IEEE 802.11a wireless equipment
  • Up to 72 Mbps turbo mode (with Linksys WPC54 only)
  • Up to 64 wireless users (nodes)
  • Enhanced security using up to 152-bit WEP encryption
  • MAC address filtering and WEP ensure DSSS security

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product
I bought this product along with the linksys WPC54A pc card. I plugged it into my router [also linksys] and installed the client software [for the pc card]. It worked instantly.

I then started messing around. I set the MAC filtering to give access only to my WPC54A [using ipconfig/all to get its MAC address] and switched on turbo mode. Worked fine.

Then I tried WEP encryption. I added a 154 bit key in the router and the card and .... it did not work! Apparently the key was not saved in the pc card's software. I entered it again and it worked. You have to remember that the pc card's software takes the WEP key in colon separated bytes while the router does not. Enter it as 12:34:.... in the pc card but as 1234...in the router.

Everything worked beautifully and I've had no problems.

P.S: A month later I exchanged this for a WAP51AB router since it had both 802.11a and 802.11b for the same price. On that router I'm having the following problems:

1. Bandwidth is very good at times and very bad at other times [down to 14 kilobits]
2. Turbo mode does not work.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Wireless Networking product
We have this product hooked into a corporate LAN running at 100Mbit and have 5 users right now. We all have Window 2000, some with SP2 and some with SP3 and we have no problems. Works very well. Very easy to set up.

4-0 out of 5 stars Re-Review
OK.. I really blasted the product when using it's matched WPC54A card. You have a (2) reviews describing the problem, so I will not elaborate.

I gave the access point a second chance. I paired it with an Intel PRO/Wireless 5000 LAN Cardbus adapter.

Next, in the WinXP Wireless Network Connection Properties, I disabled "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings". The configuration was done with Intel's PROSet II software provided with the card.

The solution works flawlessly now. Environment is Win2K Server with WinXP Professional clients.

1-0 out of 5 stars WPC54A / WPA54A Combo under Win2k
The units work for 5-30 mniutes then lock up, and does not bring up the task manager. A cold boot is required.

There is no updated driver since 4/18/02 and this appears to be a known issue - see:

Newsgroup: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.networking

for details.

I would not recommend these for operation under the OS Windows 2000 pending the release of a certified driver.

-= Chris ß =-

5-0 out of 5 stars Best in the Business
This Linksys product certainly shines in my network. The WAP54a is a great access point for your wireless needs. Why choose it? Using the 802.11a wireless technology on the basically empty 5 GHz spectrum, the access point offers blazing speeds with NO interference. For me, all I had to do to get it going was hook up the power supply and connect the ethernet cable to the port on the back. For configuration purposes, you only have to type in the ip address provided and change a few settings. This is easily done with the guide also included. And when you hook up a wireless, 802.11a PC card, you can have high wireless speeds up to 328 feet indoors. I have recently purchased the product and could not be happier. It may seem a little pricey to some, but it certainly gives you anything you could possibly want from a WAP. ... Read more


158. Network Everywhere NC100 10/100 Network Card

our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00006IDEB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Network Everywhere
Sales Rank: 39765
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Features

  • Fast Ethernet Speed for Pentium grade Desktop PCs
  • Automatically detects cable speed
  • Blazing 100 Mbps LAN speed is perfect for sharing files, printers, and e-mail
  • Operates independently of your computer's processor for super fast data speeds
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, and XP

159. Linksys USBM64M Instant USB Disk 64MB
list price: $69.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00006B6BY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 32919
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160. Linksys PC22224 ProConnect II 2224 Layer 2 Management 24-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
list price: $699.99
our price: $639.99
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Asin: B00007KVLC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 22975
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Features

  • 24 10/100 auto-MDI/MDI-X ports and 2 Gigabit Expansion Slots - speeds up to 1000 Mbps
  • Optimizes your network traffic with 802.1q VLAN support and 802.1p traffic prioritization
  • Stacking support for up to 8 switches lets your network grow
  • Manageable via console, telnet, web browser, and SNMP/RMON

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