Saturday, May 18th
Further testing of Cisco's E4200 reveals significant throughput interaction among the wired and wireless sections.
Cisco's latest top-of-line wireless router shoves aside the E3000 to take its place atop the Linksys wireless router lineup.
The new hardware revision of NETGEAR's best-selling router seems a bit weaker on the 5 GHz side, but otherwise unchanged.
Cisco's RV 120W should remove the pain of IPsec connection for many small business users.
Cisco RV 120W Wireless-N VPN Firewall has been added to the Router and Wireless Charts.
NETGEAR's WN2000RPT is simple to use, but suffers the same weakness as all repeaters.
NETGEAR thought something wasn't right with their test results. So we retested, but with mixed results.
NETGEAR's top-of-line business-class AP has some features you don't get from consumer routers converted to APs. But exceptional performance isn't among them.
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