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161. Linksys EG24M EtherFast II 10/100
$145.99 list($148.00)
162. Linksys HomeLink Broadband Network
list($399.99)
163. Linksys BEFW11P1 EtherFast Wireless
$50.99 list()
164. Etherfast 10/100 4-PORTS Routermultilingual
$436.99 list()
165. Linksys-Cisco GIGABIT ETHERNET
$84.99 list()
166. Linksys EFPC2GE Switch/mod 10/100/1000MBPS
list($59.00)
167. Linksys LNEPCI2 EtherPCI LAN Card
$217.99 $216.74 list()
168. Linksys-Cisco GIGABIT ETHERNET
$34.73 list($39.99)
169. Linksys USBM32M 32MB USB 1.1 Flash
$43.99 list()
170. Etherfast 10/100 1-PORT Routermultilingual
$139.99 $99.00 list()
171. Linksys Etherfast Fast Enet PCI
$69.00 list($600.00)
172. Linksys Etherfast 12 Port 10/100
$104.64
173. Wireless Network Access Pointmultilingual
$49.99
174. Linksys @Home Fast Enet 10/100
$254.38
175. Linksys Etherfast Fast Enet PCI
$19.99 list($67.00)
176. Linksys USB10T USB Network Adapter
$123.99 list($220.00)
177. Linksys WPC54A Wireless 802.11a
$200.78 list($219.99)
178. Linksys WAP51AB Wireless Dual
list($219.99)
179. Linksys WRT51AB Dual-Band Wireless
$28.99
180. Linksys EWHUB Ethernet 8 port

161. Linksys EG24M EtherFast II 10/100 Managed 24-Port GigaSwitch
list price: $1,010.99
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Asin: B000052WMI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 147507
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Product Description

With its advanced switching technology, the new EtherFast II 10/100 Switches boost your network performance with much more than just full duplex data transfer and dedicated bandwidth. Its non-blocking, maximum wire speed ensures optimal internal processing, while data flow control filters out faulty packets and address learning and aging prevents data transfer errors. Plus your growing network can link to switches up to 2000 meters (6560 feet) away in full duplex mode, simply by plugging a fiber module into your Switch's expansion port!No matter how intensive your network demands, the EtherFast II Switches' advanced chipset supports your needs with an affordable and efficient networking solution you can count on. Rack mountable and equipped with uplink and fiber module ports, the EtherFast II Switch will enhance and expand your network productivity in countless ways. ... Read more


162. Linksys HomeLink Broadband Network Bridge
list price: $148.00
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Asin: B00004SBA5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 24731
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Linksys HomeLink Broadband Network Bridge offers a complete Internet connection solution for your Home Phoneline network. The HomeLink Broadband Network Bridge makes sharing your broadband access easier than ever. This unique new device features two 10BaseT Ethernet ports and two HomeLink RJ-11 Ports. Plug in your cable modem or DSL modem's 10BaseT connection, then attach the bridge to the nearest telephone jack using standard phone cables, and any computer on your Home Phoneline network can access the Internet. The bridge will even recognize multiple IP addresses on your home network for easy Internet integration. ... Read more

Features

  • Also connects your 10 Mbps Ethernet connection to your 1 Mbps home phone-line network for seamless integration
  • Share broadband Internet access on your network using your existing phone line
  • Share a cable modem without interrupting normal phone service
  • Stand-alone unit with 2 10Base-T RJ-45 ports, 1 shared uplink port, and 2 RJ-11 modular phone ports
  • Bridges a 10 Mbps cable or DSL connection and a 1 Mbps HomeLink connection

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Does exactly what it's supposed to...
My Linksys HPNA bridge works perfectly.It is connected to a Linksys 4-port cable/DSL router/switch, which in turn is connected to a Motorola Surfboard cable modem.I have 4 PCs in various locations in my fairly large home, all connected via the telephone cabling that came with the house.Two more PCs are connected directly to the router/switch.All the PCs can share the Internet connection, printers and files without any problems.

The only slight problem is that with the HPNA 2.0 spec, you don't actually get the 10 mbps throughput which the standard promises.Actual, real-world performance is about 5 mbps.That's still plenty fast for what the vast majority of home users need.

Since I bought my router and bridge, Linsys and others have come out with cable/DSL routers with built-in HPNA 2.0 support.If you're starting from scratch and you want to use phoneline networking, you may want to look at those products first. If you're looking to add phoneline networking to an existing setup, the Linksys bridge will do exactly what you want.

5-0 out of 5 stars Confusing setup, but good unit.
I bought this unit and the PCI card to allow a PC in my basement to network and access the Internet via cable modem. I am very happy with the results.

The setup of the unit wa just a bit confusing, no big deal though. Do it once and forget about it.

I also have a 8 port router so I have them stacked together. Looks very appealing. I also have a wireless AP hooked up to all of this and they integrate quite well.

Overall I would recommend this unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love Linksys
I have a DSL modem, which I've been using for a while.I have another computer in another part of my house which, until recently, was used to access AOL via a dialup line.

I installed a phoneline interface on that computer, put PPPOE on it, modified the AOL access to go through a LAN, and bought this box.I connected the AOL computer to it via the phoneline network interface and connected my computer to it via a LAN card.

Now both machines can access the internet via a single DSL modem.It worked first time.No muss, no fuss.AOL access is now completely reliable, and it flies!

I was very impressed with how easy it was to make this work.I have some understanding of networking, but not a lot.If I can make this work, any literate person can.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Great...No Problems
I got the Broadband Network Bridge along with the Linksys Etherfast Cable/DSL Router. Both work well with my system. The instruction are easy to follow some what.

My home network has been up and running for over two months. We have two computers on our network. One running ME the other 98se. No conflects.

We use Microsoft's Home Nework Wizard to hook up both computers to the network. I recommend using the software. I am able to share files as well as internet via cable modem.

The only problem I had was which RJ-11 cable went into which side of the RJ-11 pass -through port(Homelink port). The port takes two RJ-11 modular cables (standard phone line cable). The user guidewas no help. The web site help some. I found out that if I switch the order of the two RJ-11 ( one come from the homelink Phoneline 10M network Card the other coming from my wall phone jack ) the two compters were able to see each other. Otherwise the they did not. This was not in the user guide. The homelink port that the 2 RJ-11 connect to is a pass-through so I do not know why the user guide didn't say which line connects where. ...

3-0 out of 5 stars Make sure you buy HomePNA 2.0
One of the reviewers wasn't satisfied with this product due to reliability and performance. Note that there are two different standards for HomePNA products (www.homepna.org).

The HomePNA 1.0 is at 1Mbps, and HomePNA 2.0 is at 10Mbps and the 2.0 spec'd products have more horsepower to overcome line interference, static, and all the other stuff that can come on phone lines. I have a 60 year old house with pretty bad wiring, and my HomePNA 2.0 works great 24x7.

So, make sure you buy HomePNA 2.0 capable hardware. This Linksys bridge is a 1.0 model... they Linksys also offer a HomePNA 2.0 capable model. The difference is 10 times the speed and robustness. Make sure you know what you are buying. ... Read more


163. Linksys BEFW11P1 EtherFast Wireless Access Point + Cable/DSL Router with PrintServer
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00005BHPZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 17744
Average Customer Review: 2.58 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Connects your wireless network to a high-speed broadband Internet connection and 10/100 Fast Ethernet backbone
  • Long operating range supports 150 meters (indoors) and 500 meters (outdoors)
  • Configurable through your networked PC's Web browser
  • Compatible with all major operating systems
  • Functions as a DHCP server and a print server for your existing network

Reviews (45)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product
The Linksys BEFW11P1 is an excellent router. Installation was a snap, I simply plugged it in, connected from my internal switch to the router and from the router to my cable modem. I then reset the cable modem and I was done.

Ease of use is something I would expect out of a broadband router these days, so were it only this, I would rank it only satisfactory. What makes it excellent is the easy to use web-based administration interface. I was able to get in from many different machines (you can set a password to protect it) including machines running Mac OSX, Win98, Win2000 and WinXP. I like how you can setup different users and groups based on MAC addresses and limit the access given to each to the outside world (packet filtering). Wireless worked like a charm, however I had to enter my 128bit password in by hex code instead of generating it by password, but that was not a big deal. I already had a wireless network going using Linksys' plain old wireless access point, so the conversion to using this product was very easy.

All in all, a great piece of hardware.

3-0 out of 5 stars Customer Service Alone Warrants a "Do Not Buy" Warning
So far, my Linksys Wireless DSL/Cable Router with Print Server works fairly well, aside from the fact that it freezes up fairly often. However, I finally found the latest firmware available at the Linksys (unfortunately it was NOT the one features on their website. I had to be directed to the FTP site to find the Version 1.03). That seemed to fix the problem, and it works great now. Print Server was easy to set up.

BUT--where the "DO NOT BUY" warning comes in is with the Customer Service/Tech Support. Upon calling them, the first thing that is abundantly clear is you will know more about their product then they do. I read similar warnings, and figured they had to be bogus--but after experiencing it first-hand, trust me. I am sure they have "advanced technical support" that constitutes their real techinical support staff, but to get to them you have to deal with the first line staff, and that was a horrible, frustrating experience--at least until I managed to get it working largely without their help.

1-0 out of 5 stars dont get it
it gets constant "hang ups" and drops the connection adn has poor range so , i am in my basement and every five minutes i have toi run upstairs to unplug it then plug it bnack in. and it allways drops durring big long downloads, and the more i want the download, the more it drops th eocnnection. I believ ethis is the worst router to get. Ever.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this product!!! Read my message!
I got the Linksys BEFW11P1 about a year and a half ago. It is horrible! I had to return it once and still had the same problems--> needs reboot + reset about 5 times a day.
I called Linksys tech support about 20 times and they asked me to do this and that with no difference. They even told me to replace my Cisco cards to Linksys, which I did. It was even worst with the Linksys cards!
Finally I got tried and called again Linksys tech support (probably the 21st time...). There was a nice tech guy who told me that BEFW11P1 is the worst model they have and I should upgrade to WRT54G as it's one of their best. However, he said if I have AOL it might cause some problems (fixable he said). I have BellSouth as ISP so it's not applicable to me.

Sure, did... I got the WRT54G and VUALLA! it's working great for several days. NO NEED TO REBOOT OR RESET 5 TIMES A DAY...
It took me about 30 seconds to get it out of the box, set my PPPoE settings, change some security settings (don't need my neighbors to use my xDSL, *LOL*) and here you go surf the web!

If you're looking for a reliable router, THIS IS THE PRODUCT FOR YOU!

1-0 out of 5 stars Linksys should be ashamed
I've had the same problems other people have found running this router/print server. To re-iterate, it is necessary to reset the router after some period, generally between five minutes and an hour, because it keeps freezing. I have upgraded the firmware and it still blows.

Linksys should recall this piece of equipment or offer money back to anyone who ordered it and tried to run it on a windows XP machine.

I will try the Netegear router and continue to talk trash about the Linksys company from now on. ... Read more


164. Etherfast 10/100 4-PORTS Routermultilingual Packaging 110V Adapter

our price: $50.99
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Asin: B0000AEGBI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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Product Description

The Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port Switch is the perfect option to connect multiple PCs to a high-speed Broadband Internet connection or to an Ethernet back-bone. Allowing up to 253 users, the built-in NAT technology acts as a firewall protecting your internal network.Configurable as a DHCP server for your existing network, the EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port Switch acts as the only externally recognized Internet device on your local area network (LAN). The router can also be configured to block internal users' access to the Internet. A typical router may have to rely on an external hub or switch to share its Internet connection, but the Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL with 4-Port Switch Router channels this connection through the blazing, full duplex speed of its built-in EtherFast 10/100 4-Port Switch.This cutting-edge combination of router and switch technology eliminates the need to buy an additional hub or switch and serves your network as a completely dedicated, full duplex backbone. Now your entire network will enjoy blazing Broadband Internet connections supported by its robust switched backbone. With the dual-function speed and power of the EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port Switch, your network will take off at speeds faster than you ever imagined possible. ... Read more


165. Linksys-Cisco GIGABIT ETHERNET LH MINI-GBIC ( MGBLH1 )

our price: $436.99
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Asin: B0001Q5TFO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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166. Linksys EFPC2GE Switch/mod 10/100/1000MBPS

our price: $84.99
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Asin: B00008KJ29
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 24006
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167. Linksys LNEPCI2 EtherPCI LAN Card II
list price: $59.00
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Asin: B00004Z6SU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 31331
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Product Description

Built for PCI computers, workstations, and file servers, the Combo EtherPCI LAN Card II offers world class networking features at a value price. Advanced error detection and correction are included. 32-bit plug-and-play compatibility is standard. There's also built-in support for all major network hardware and software, a boot ROM socket, simplified LED indicator, and much more! The EtherPCI LAN Card II comes ready to run right out of the box. Compatible with more Plug-and-Play motherboards than most other cards, the EtherPCI II is designed to interface directly with the latest 32-bit network operating systems like Windows 95, 98, and Windows NT in seconds. With its 32-bit design and complete software suite, the EtherPCI Card II will make networking your PCI local bus desktop fast and easy. ... Read more


168. Linksys-Cisco GIGABIT ETHERNET SX MINI-GBIC ( MGBSX1 )

our price: $217.99
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Asin: B0001Q5SV4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 135457
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Product Description

Linksys (MGBSX1) GBIC SFP 1000MBPS MM FIBER SX ... Read more


169. Linksys USBM32M 32MB USB 1.1 Flash Drive
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00006B6BX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 18725
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Kiss your floppy disks goodbye!
Used to be that you could depend on the venerable floppy disk to adequately store your files. The advancement of technology has also brought an increase to the file sizes for everything from word processing files to graphics. And although hard drives have increased in size, the floppy drive--long a standard component of the PC--has remained the same. And it's no longer the best way to store your files.

Enter the USB flash drive.

Like a miniature hard drive, the USB flash drive writes data to a small flash memory module. Like a floppy, the USB flash drive stores data without the need for any power. But unlike a floppy, it is smaller, holds more data and is less prone to data loss. Most drives of this type can store data for 10 years!

If you're using Windows XP or Linux, this flash drive is recognized without any further configuration on your part. Just plug it in and you have 32MB of storage that can easily be shared with others in your workgroup or transported safely to a remote location.

The only caveat, in my opinion, with this model or any model is that the lanyard that allows you to carry the device on a string around your neck or whatever should not be used. The plastic housing that is used to hold the drive is not strong enough to support a lot of wear and tear and you may lose or drop the drive. Better to just carry it.

Other than this, this little unit is God-sent. Just think, in a small form factor, you have the equivalent of 32 floppy disks at your disposal...without the flimsiness of a floppy.

So drop your floppy and get a USB flash drive instead. You'll wish you had sooner!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow!
It even comes with a USB cable to make access easier if you don't have frontside USB ports.

Installation was as easy as plugging it in!

5-0 out of 5 stars Connectivity USB Flash Device
This USB device is great it works for me in Win2000 an WinXP with absolutely no problem. It is fast and all the information stored will be there any time that you need it, this device has to replace the old and not functionality Diskettes. There is so many brand like this device, but the price of this one is no to high. It is the best for taking any kind of information to anywhere. I'm so happy to have it. ... Read more


170. Etherfast 10/100 1-PORT Routermultilingual Packaging 110V Adapter

our price: $43.99
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Asin: B0000DCKDE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 39657
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171. Linksys Etherfast Fast Enet PCI 10/100 MBs 10/100BTX RJ45 PNP 10-Pack

our price: $139.99
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Asin: B00004Z8M9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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Product Description

Built to run with the fastest network applications, the EtherFast® 10/100 LAN Card is a high performance network adapter for desktop computers with 32-bit PCI expansion slots.

The EtherFast® 10/100 LAN Card is ready to run with both 10BaseT and 100BaseTX networks right out of the boxthe card's 10/100 combo RJ-45 port automatically detects your network's maximum speed and adjusts itself accordingly.

The EtherFast® 10/100 LAN Card from Linksys also features Wake-On-LAN (WOL) event management. If your PCI motherboard has built-in WOL support, you’ll be able to utilize this unique management feature.

You can remotely turn on any computer with a WOL network card. The ultimate in 10/100 network-ing is yours! If you don’t have WOL support on your motherboard or you have no need for it, don’t worryyour EtherFast® 10/100 LAN Card will operate normally anyway.

If your mission critical applications require blinding network speed, the EtherFast® 10/100 LAN Card is the best value for your networking dollar.

  • Easy to Use Plug-and-Play 10/100 PCI Network Card
  • Full Duplex Capability at Up To 200Mbps
  • Connects to Both 10Mbps Ethernet and 100Mbps Fast Ethernet Networks
  • Power On Your PC From Anywhere on the Network with Wake-On-LAN Management
... Read more

172. Linksys Etherfast 12 Port 10/100 AutoSensing Switch
list price: $600.00
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Asin: B00004XZ14
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 143798
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Product Description

The EtherFast 10/100 Dual-Speed 12, 16, and 24-Port Switches are the most flexible way to boost your networkÂs performance while increasing manageability and migrating to the power of Fast Ethernet. Designed to meet the needs of medium businesses, corporate LANs and enterprise networks, EtherFast 10/100 Dual-Speed Switches are available in 12, 16, and 24-port models (dual speed per port). Allow your 10Mbps and 100Mbps network segments to communicate directly with one another and increase network performance. With support for half and full duplex speeds, the switches allow your network to run as fast as 200Mbps! ... Read more


173. Wireless Network Access Pointmultilingual Packaging 110V Adapter

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Asin: B0000AVBTR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
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Product Description

Don't be bound by cabling restrictions any longer! The 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 Wireless Access Point's high-powered antennas offer a range of operation of up to 300 feet indoors that provides seamless roaming throughout your wireless LAN infrastructure. An advanced user authentication feature ensures a high level of network security. The Wireless Access Point is easy to install (Just plug it in and you're ready to go!) and easy to use - Windows-based diagnostics and statistic tools ensure that you'll always be in control. When all of these features come together in one compact, lightweight, and power-efficient unit, you have the ultimate in flexible networking - the Linksys Wireless Access Point. ... Read more


174. Linksys @Home Fast Enet 10/100 5-Port Starter KitInsight Only

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Asin: B00004Z7K3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 66631
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175. Linksys Etherfast Fast Enet PCI 10/100 MBs 10/100BTX RJ45 PNP 20-Pack

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Asin: B00004Z9BV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 66242
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176. Linksys USB10T USB Network Adapter
list price: $67.00
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Asin: B000030071
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 25346
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Now you can connect to any 10 Mbps or 10 Mbps/100 Mbps hub without having to install any internal cards or hardware. The USB Network Adapter from Linksys allows you to connect to a network instantly from a USB-enabled PC, notebook PC, or even a USB hub. The Plug-and-Play-compatible device attaches to any Windows 98 Universal Serial Bus-enabled PC or hub via a USB Type-B receptacle. Connect a standard category 5 RJ-45 network cable in the other end, install the included network software drivers, and go. You'll be networked in no time. ... Read more

Features

  • 1 RJ-45 10BaseT port for a straight-through category 3 or 5 cable
  • Fast 8 Mbps data throughput with 6 Mbps burst transfer
  • Easy-to-read Link and Activity LED indicators
  • No external power supply needed

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Whoohoo! USB~!
For cablemodems, computers on the go, or if you just want to have a simple, no-messy install for a network, USB is the way to go. I have tested it and it works wonderfully with Win98, 98SE, and 2000. However, Win95 has ALWAYS been prone to USB problems. I would strongly not recommending for ME either, since Microsoft was nice enough to put faults in that. UPGRADES, Anyone? Install is easy, even when the machine is running. Plug it in, and in minutes, you can be enjoying superfast internet access or a awesome multi-user game. All the software you need is there. :-) Another good thing from Linksys

1-0 out of 5 stars Wish I'd never seen it
Had this frustrating little bugger for awhile but finally had to return it. After months of messing around with it trying to get it to work properly, I found someone at their tech support dept. that told me there are known problems using this with non-intel chipsets. If they would have said this up-front they could have saved me and a lot of other people alot of time and frustration. ... Read more


177. Linksys WPC54A Wireless 802.11a PC Card
list price: $220.00
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Asin: B000066JQT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 17836
Average Customer Review: 1.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Put the "mobile" back into mobile computing! Whether you're at your desk or in the boardroom, the Linksys wireless PC card allows you to share printers, files, and other resources anywhere within your LAN infrastructure, increasing your productivity and keeping you in touch.

The Linksys wireless PC card now has a new higher-powered antenna that provides greater ranges than ever. The increased sensitivity helps filter out interference and "noise" to keep your signal clear. Improved error correction in the chipset keeps you operating at higher transmission rates for longer distances. And, since you only need one Type II or III PCMCIA CardBus slot, you're free to use your other slots for additional accessories.

Ready to run in Type II or III PCMCIA CardBus-equipped notebook PCs running Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP, the Linksys network PC card is truly a must-have for all notebook PC users.

Using the 802.11a networking standard, the Linksys wireless PC card can reach maximum data transfer rates of 72 Mbps (turbo mode), when used with the Linksys WAP54A Wireless 802.11a access point, and up to 54 Mbps when used in a peer-to-peer network or with other 802.11a products. The WPC54A 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 IEEE 802.11a network equipment
  • Up to 72 Mbps Turbo Mode (with Linksys WAP54A only)
  • Compatible with virtually all major network operating systems
  • Sturdy metal design with integrated antenna
  • Capable of up to 152-bit WEP security.

Reviews (16)

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS THING--NEW OR USED!!!
These things do not work. I have two of them that I can't get to function in any PC I put them in. I tried them on Windows 98SE, Windows 2000, Windows XP. One of them totally locks up every PC I put them in. I got the other one to work for about 5 minutes and then it has never worked since.

1-0 out of 5 stars A Product or Support Issue?
I purchased a Linksys WPC54A and a WAP54A. The WPC54a card will not work. Not under WIN XP, not under WIN 98SE.

Calling Linksys tech support (on 3 separate occasions) did not help. They blamed the notebook (a Fujitsu and Acer) or an IRQ incompatibility (although I told them the IRQ used by the WPC54A card was available).

Bottom line ... I have 2 Linksys products that do not work.

5-0 out of 5 stars WPC54A Review
I am extremely happy with this product and its corresponding WAP54A wireless access point. I would steer clear of the dual-band as I have heard and seen nothing but bad news on that product.
I have the WPC54A card for multiple laptops at home, one running Windows ME, one running Windows 98SE, and one running Windows 2000.
I have never had a problem and this product is much faster and has a better range that the 2.4GHz products, which I had before the WPC54A and WAP54A came out.

1-0 out of 5 stars WPC54A Does not work...
I bought this WPC54A adapter for use with my Linksys WRT51AB access point under Windows XP but was completely unable to get it to work. It always locked up my Gateway Solo 9550 laptop within 10 seconds of plugging it in. I tried the later drivers as per tech support and after that my laptop froze immediately every time upon inserting the card. Tech support suggests that this may be an IRQ conflict, but there is no way to change the IRQ. I returned the card to CompUSA and got a Netgear HA501A card and it worked right out of the box (except turbo mode, apparently it doesn't work well with Windows XP, which by the way, is mentioned nowhere on the box). Bottom line, do your research before you buy and you will see that Linksys has some serious issues to work out with the WPC54A wireless card. Good Luck...

1-0 out of 5 stars WPC54A for Christmas :-(
I asked my wife to get me this and the dual-band WAP from Linksys for Christmas. Normally I do my homework and research something before I buy it, in this case I didn't and I got burned.

I am seeing a lot of the same problems that have been reported here. I have a Toshiba Satellite running XP. I got the system lockups as well. Updating the driver from the Linksys website (actually a clean install after doing a complete hard restore on the laptop!) seemed to alleviate the lockup problem. Otherwise, the card works fine for a while but eventually stops seeing the WAP (<10'). The behavior is consistent with a temperature problem although once things get hosed, its pretty hard to recover even with things turned off overnight. Swapping slots never really helped.

I contacted Lynksys and they are sending me an exchange unit. I didn't spend much time on the phone with tech support before they concluded that I needed to return/exchange it with them. It kind of surprised me at the time that we didn't spend much more time investigating driver versions etc. Now I know why. I also flat out asked him if this was a chronic problem with this card and he apparently lied to me and said "no".

We shall see how the replacement unit works. I am not very optimistic. I purchased it through Compusa.com and they have a piddly 14 day return/exchange policy so at this point my fate lies with Linksys.

What a disapppointment.

BTW, I also purchased an airport card for my iBook and it has not had a single issue working with the Linksys WAP (using 802.11b). Maybe all the Mac crazies aren't that off the mark? ... Read more


178. Linksys WAP51AB Wireless Dual Band Access Point (802.11a + 802.11b)
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B00006G2OI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 18183
Average Customer Review: 2.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Install an access point that protects your infrastructure investment without limiting you to a single type of wireless technology. The Linksys Instant Wireless dual-band wireless access point works simultaneously with both 802.11a and 802.11b wireless standards to bring you the ultimate in wireless freedom. This means you can enjoy the broadest spectrum of wireless networking without the worry of a costly upgrade later.

The dual-band wireless access point's high-powered antennas enhance reception and provide seamless roaming throughout your wireless network. An advanced user-authentication feature and security encryption of up to 152 bits give you the highest level of network security. It's easy to install and easy to use. With Internet browser-based diagnostics and a setup wizard, you're always in control.

Compact, lightweight, and power-efficient, the Instant Wireless dual-band wireless access point from Linksys is the perfect wireless networking solution, no matter which wireless networking standard you choose to use.

For more information on the differences between an Access Point and a Router with Access Point, see the following table:

access point vs. router ... Read more

Features

  • Interoperable with other IEEE 802.11b and IEEE 802.11a wireless equipment
  • Operates in both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless bands
  • Enhanced security using up to 152-bit WEP encryption
  • MAC address filtering and WEP ensure DSSS security

Reviews (18)

1-0 out of 5 stars 802.11a simply does not stay connected
I am using the WAP51ab with an IBM T-41 with built in 802.11a and b capability. The 802.11a will not stay connected with this WAP for more than a couple of hours. My laptop is within line of sight of the WAP at all times.

To solve the problem, I am required to shutdown the WAP for about 30 seconds. When I turn the WAP back on, it instantly connects to the laptop without any user intervention (which means that the laptop is working fine).

Followed all of the Linksys suggestions without any luck. Unfortunately, I need to revert back to the WAP11 or choose another brand.

Recommendation: DO NOT BUY this WAP unless you do not mind rebooting it a couple of times trhoughout the day.

5-0 out of 5 stars Linksys WAP51AB A Winner!
I received my WAP51AB on a Thursday. Couldn't get a DHCP lease even though the laptop connected up to the WAP. Linksys support personnel were wonderful, I emailed them with what was happening and they sent troubleshooting techniques back. I was in the middle of working through their instructions when I mentioned to a friend I was having problems. He came over, found out that I had a MAC bridge between my two internal NICS (wireless and Ethernet), disabled the MAC bridge, and bingo, I received a DHCP lease from my router. Since then I've enabled the WEP encryption, and have been happily browsing the internet, printing out documents, and just generally annoying my husband with bringing my laptop with me everywhere. On occasion, after the laptop has been in hibernate mode, I have to disable the wireless connection, and re-enable it, it picks up immediately. As my friend said, this set up isn't rocket science, it's pretty simple. The Linksys support staff even reviewed my network diagram, corrected my proposed solution, and offered future assistance. That's pretty good service, and it was all done over the weekend. I really recommend this product and all Linksys products.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wireless
People keep complaining about not being able to be in there basement and get a signal. I had the same problem, but then I took some time and adjusted where the unit was placed, (made sure it was away from interference Power supplies, monitor, ect) and placed it on a shelf away from my computer equipment and my coverage got much better, I think a downstairs bathroom only gets bad reception but Hey I should not be on from there anyhow :-)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Wireless and now Owned by Cisco.
Great wireless access point/router. The A wireless band offers a more stable connection than the 2.4 Ghz B band. With bleed-over from portable 2.4ghz phones I do not recommend the B band unless you don't mind getting interference from your phones. The dual band allows you to turn on or off the B band, for when the friends come over with their cheap B cards and want to do gaming. And now that Cisco owns Linksys you will get award winning service with you Linksys products. Many pluses with only a few minuses.

1-0 out of 5 stars Will not work with DHCP networks
The documentation fails to mention the fact that this router not only requires that it be configured with a static IP address (no DHCP support), but that any 802.11a or 802.11b client connecting to your network is required to use a static IP address as well. Basically, you can't use DHCP with this access point - which for all intents and purposes makes this an expensive piece of junk plastic... but... I did return it for the 802.11g access point (Linksys WAP54G) which works perfectly. ... Read more


179. Linksys WRT51AB Dual-Band Wireless A+B Access Point + Router with 4-Port 10/100 Switch
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B000075BAN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 46500
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The WRT51AB Dual-Band Wireless A+B Broadband Router is like four devices in one box! The Router function lets you securely share one high-speed Internet connection among your entire network, while the 4-port full duplex 10/100 Switch jump-starts your wired-Ethernet network. Connect four PCs directly, or daisy chain out to more hubs and switches to create as big a network as you need. The Dual-Band Wireless A+B Router also contains two Wireless Access Points, which let you connect with wireless-networked PCs using either the popular 2.4GHz, 802.11b standard at 11Mbps, or the new, almost five times faster, 5GHz, 802.11a standard. Since both standards are built in, you can protect your investment in existing 802.11b equipment today, and migrate to the 802.11a standard as your needs grow. In addition to up to 152-bit encryption of wireless transmissions, the Dual-Band Wireless A+B Router supports the industrial-strength wireless security of 802.1x authentication and authorization. The Router also serves as a DHCP Server, has NAT technology to protect against Internet intruders, supports VPN pass-through, and can be configured to filter internal users' access to the Internet. Configuration is a snap with the web browser-based configuration utility. With the Linksys Dual-Band Wireless A+B Broadband Router at the center of your home or office network, you can share a high-speed Internet connection, files, printers, and multi-player games with the flexibility, speed, and security you need! ... Read more

Features

  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Operates in both the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands (802.11a and 802.11b)
  • Up to 72 Mbps turbo mode (with Linksys 802.11a products only)
  • Supports up to 64 wireless users
  • Enhanced security using MAC Address Filtering; up to 152-bit WEP encryption

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars This LINKSYS product is the worst networking product ever
This thing crashes and reboots every 10-15 minutes.In case you are thinking you'll just upgrade the firmware, LinkSys has not provided a firmware update to date.I've been working with computers and networking equipment for more than 25 years and never seen anything this bad.DO NOT BUY THIS ROUTER!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Very bad wireless experience
Do you want to spend 3 hours on the phone with India tech support restarting your computer, upgrading firmware levels, cycling your DSL modem and being fed useless platitudes?

I did - and eventually decided to return this garbage and go with a different brand.

I have a new IBM Centrino XP Pro laptop. When I connected to the router through wireline I could get an internet connection, but as soon as I enabled wireless on the router, my whole network was put out of action.Linksys insisted I must have a problem with the laptop, but it works fine when I connect to T-Mobile at Starbucks. Reading some of the other product reviews it is clear to me that Linksys has some serious problems with their wireless products.

Shame, I bought my first Linksys product back in 1999, and I used to love the brand.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful wireless router that provides A and B
I've been using the WRT51AB for 1.5yrs and love it. I have a Thinkpad that has A/B and get great range from my 802.11a connection. The 802.11b connection is comparable to their other Linksys router.

I've considered upgrading but will keep it since the 802.11a works for me.

4-0 out of 5 stars I am happy with it
I was looking to buy a wireless B 802.11b but since this model was sold with the same price so I bought it.I set up with two wired on my two PCs and one wireless on my laptop. There was no problem with the installation and set up as I followed the instruction on the user guide.I had a little problem with set up WEP though but after playing for a while, I had it working perfectly.The only thing I am not happy is I have a fair signal when using 802.11a mode sometime but I am happy that I have a choice to switch between two modes.

1-0 out of 5 stars Product does NOT deliver
The Linksys WRT51AB does not deliver at all.Using the 802.11A radio, we've experienced nothing but lockups.The router locks up which then locks up the computers attached to the point the keyboard and mouse do not respond.With the cards set for ad-hoc and the router unplugged, the network runs fine.Three months of constant contact with Tech Support has netted us repeated canned responses that do not resolve the issue.Please, do not buy this product.I am a certified network engineer with 12 years experience.I tried more possible solutions than Linksys script monkeys can offer. ... Read more


180. Linksys EWHUB Ethernet 8 port Hub + 1 BNC

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Asin: B00004Z6ZG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 78981
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Product Description

The Ethernet 8-Port Workgroup Hub is just the ticket for transforming your computers into a high performance workgroup. Imagine sharing files, printers, multimedia, and more at speeds of up to 10 million bits per second! Seven 10BaseT ports and one thin coax port make the installation easy--just connect a cable from each computer to the hub and go! Built-in error detection automatically protects the integrity of your data. 11 "smart" LEDs instantly reveal your network's line status, data traffic levels, and link states, making troubleshooting easier than ever. Built for rapid expansion, the Workgroup Hub includes both 10BaseT and thin coax uplink ports, allowing you to connect multiple hubs together for virtually unlimited growth. ... Read more

Features

  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Includes 8 RJ-45 ports and 1 uplink RJ-45 port
  • Cost effective and reliable
  • 11 easy-to-read LED indicators
  • AC power supply Included

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