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Linksys E900-CA Wireless N Router 802.11B/G/N 4PORT 10/100

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Product Reviews

Linksys E900-CA Wireless N Router 802.11B/G/N 4PORT 10/100
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 9/10
With 6 User Reviews

Review Date: 10/09/13
Cons: Not good for lots of computers at once.

Pros: Good router, cheap and works ok for small networks.
Great little small office or home router, good for a couple of laptops and devices to connect to the internet.

Review Date: 09/30/13
Cons: Signal is a bit weaker but so far nothing wrong

Pros: Can install Linux based Router Firmware like DD-WRT and Tomato
Bought it based on earlier reviews. Bought 2 and put 1 of each on DD-WRT and also Tomato, both works flawlessly. Did take a bit of time to find out what to use, make sure you get the right firmware.Seems to work better than the D-link ones

Review Date: 09/16/13
Cons: Not gigabit ports. Wish it was dual-band but for this price, not gonna happen.

Pros: Cheap, wireless n 300. Can load tomato or dd-wrt.
Can't ask much for a cheap 2.4GHz router. Bought 2 of these to use as a wireless client and repeater. Once I loaded Tomato on it, I realized the antennas or wireless receiver is weaker/lower quality than in the WRT160N and Valet M10 that I have. It still picks up the wireless signals fine, but it's about 4dB weaker than the other 2. Transmit power doesn't matter though, since I can crank it up using Tomato or DD-WRT. Note I did load one of these to DD-WRT with the version they recommended in the wiki, but the switch/LAN ports were broken and I had to connect in through the wireless. I couldn't figure out why but it was annoying me enough to switch over to using Tomato on both routers.

Review Date: 01/23/13
Cons: Wireless strength no better than WRT54GL

Pros: Cheap, runs DD-WRT
Works great running DD-WRT. I have it setup in Repeater Bridge mode where it connects to the main router as a client and extends the wireless range and accepts wired computer on the Ethernet ports. I had considered making it my primary router but its wireless strength wasn't much better than my WRT54GL. I wasn't expecting that much from a $20 router but I'm quite happy with it.

Review Date: 01/07/13
Cons: I refuse to write anything here!

Pros: Strong Signal, easy setup, light weight, solid exterior, good ventilation
From 2 rooms (3 Walls)away, I now have 2~3 bars on my phone's Wi-fi signal indicator, after switching from a DLink $19.99 cheap router, which gave me only 0~1 bar kind of signal quality. I'd also like to mention Linksys/Cisco's included CD setup software is very user friendly even if you have no experience with Advanced setup, While the Advanced option still gives a full range of selections. Very satisfied.

Review Date: 11/13/12
Cons: nothing

Pros: great pricedecent signalslick design
this is a good router does what it suppose to do which is to supply wifi through out the house, easy to setup admin panel
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Security: Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2), WEP, Wireless MAC Filtering Up to 128-bit encryption
Ports: 1 x 10/100M WAN; 4 x 10/100M LAN
LEDs: Power/Wi-Fi Protected Setup, Ethernet (1-4), Internet
Buttons: Reset, WPS
Wireless Data Rates: Up to 300Mbps
Frequency Band: 2.4GHz
Antenna: 2 x Internal Antenna
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