July 6th 2009 2:23 am

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Opelious Opelious

Bought this as my first N router, and sadly, I wish I didn't. With N enabled, it would constantly drop G connections, had DNS resolving issues (even with something like OpenDNS), and I had to typically reset the router once a week to ensure stability. After using something like BitTorrent...

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charrion charrion

If you're looking to replace your BG router with an inexpensive N, you might want to give this one a miss. Overall performance is meh, and even when running DD-WRT there's not much of an improvement. Possibly due to Linksys/Cisco's decision to drop the antennas from their routers...

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falbert falbert

What a piece of rubish, it's overheats when set flat in it's "normal" position then nothing goes through. Works great when i put it at an angle "45 degrees" then it doesn't bother me. This is a sad piece of hardware that should be refunded to all buyers, but that will never happen.

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