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Hardware Router Need To Know 2006

Everyone with a high-speed Internet connection needs a router. So why not learn how to choose the one that best meets your needs? We've updated and expanded our classic Hardware Router Need To Know to help you do just that!

Which Router Reigns Supreme for P2P?

P2P may have have unsavory connotations now, but the technology will probably be soon incorporated into HD video distribution. Tim Higgins turns up the heat on seven routers to see if they have what it takes.

Hardware Router Chart - Update 1

The first update to our Router Chart using new test techniques shows that some fast routers are even faster than we thought!

Hardware Router Chart

Higher speed Internet connections mean that your router can become a choke point. Use our chart to make sure you get your money's worth!

IPCop Linux Firewall

IPCop is a full-featured Linux firewall that can convert an old system into a router that has features not normally found on store-bought products. Daniel Schuhmann takes you through the details.

ZyXEL ZyAIR G-2000 Plus 802.11g Wireless 4-port Router

ZyXEL's G-2000 Plus lets you implement WPA Enterprise without the hassle of setting up a RADIUS server. But Jim Hubbard found its routing performance could be a problem for those with higher-speed Internet connections

QuickView: ASUS RX3141IP Sharing Gateway Router with Integrated 4-port Gigabit Switch

The coming wave of consumer routers with gigabit Ethernet switches is starting to hit. ASUS' RX3141 is the first to support Jumbo Frames, but Tim Higgins finds it not as innovative on other counts.

Linksys WRT54G Wireless-G Broadband Router reviewed

Linksys' WRT54G Wireless-G Broadband Router seems to have taken the lead over its sibling the WAP54G Access Point. Although it's priced about the same, it has a key difference that you should know about before you buy. Read our review to make an informed purchase!

Head to Head: ASUS WL-530g vs. Linksys WRT54GC Mini Wireless Routers

Small is cool and small can be convenient. But is having a four-port wireless router that's slightly larger than a pack of bubble gum really what the doctor ordered? Jim Hubbard looks at two mini-wonders and draws his own conclusions.

Linksys WRT54GX Wireless-G / SRX Broadband Router

Last month Linksys decided to take the plunge into the current MIMO WLAN fad with its SRX product line based on Airgo Networks' True MIMO chipset. Tim Higgins digs deep into this technology's performance claims so that you can decide for yourself whether it's worth a very premium price.
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