WRT54GC series with The "C" in the router number stands for compact, as the unit measures 4" by 4" by 1" with an internal antenna. The unit can be expanded with addition of HGA7S external antenna to boost range. Hardware Version 1. Version 2.

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I did so because there were places in my one story, sq. The router was easy to install and it worked great right off the bat. I even get great Wi-Fi on my deck the opposite end of where the router is physically located. I could not be happier with my purchase and it has actually saved me far more than what I spent on it. I bought it at Amazon based on descriptions and specs.

This is the only brand router I would ever own. I still use it, have never had any problems with it other than recently one of the Ethernet ports have began having issues. But again, its well over 10 years old and still works amazing, I can play xbox online AND stream media on a smart tv at the same time with no issues. Very impressed my dinosaur has lasted this long and still performs as well as it does. Never had range issues, could share internet with people in my apartment complex no problem and worked great in a 2 story house with a basement, with router on top floor.

I would very much consider buying another one if mine ever dies. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Misi from Very reliable device! The router is good as it is but as most of you knows the good hardware is the best with one of the Linux based firmware, at least this is my experience.

The WRT54GL with the above mentioned software is really a got solution and also you get many great new features. If you need good reliable wireless G router cool features thanks to DD-WRT and its community this is a very good device.

I hope that some of the new Linksys device will get the same fame on one day. Well, my previous router WRT54G was dropping signals and generally not working well 8 years old so I thought I had better give the "new" one a try again. The support pages at Linksys. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Magician from Only needed the PS Bought this to replace the same model which was 8 years old. Turned out that all I needed was the power supply.

Still happy. A PS would cost nearly as much as the whole package. My speed seems to be limited only by the cable copper and cable modem in front of the router. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grommie from Totally Plug and Play and forget about it! Talking about the old one: My old one did not have antenna and I was always having to unplug it and reset it with my service providers modem. It was a major pain!

This New One: I like this model a lot. I can log in and change passwords with ease, i can change the name of my connection easily. My wireless connection never cuts out. It has worked ever since I plugged it in. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AndeoX from Really reliable, every day I bought this router about 10 years back and it still works without any issues. I recently bought one more for my sister since she just wants the router to work without any hassle.

She borrowed mine for a while and was so happy without it, but then I need mine back, so I got her a new router of this model. I have a 50mbps internet at home and when I use this router I always get full speed through the network cable, without loosing anything.

I measure the speed always to mbps. When I use it wirelessly it always tops at mbps. So the speed on the wireless is a bit slow, but works fine for normal use. And since she always uses it through a cable, then she never looses any speed.

I am a bit impressed also of the range, if you consider the age if the product and that it only has two antennas. My 10 years old router is running dd-wrt and it has always worked and I have NEVER needed to restart the router because something is not working.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by A Reviewer from best little router ive ownd never loses connection Never loses connections.

Ive had to do absolutly nothing to the little feller. The only thing is they need to be upgraded once in a while and thats why im here to find. Uall should make it easier to find the upgrade sections for these. I would definatly buy another for my three pcs at home. Date published:


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