Best Buy for wireless to date
If you plan to mainly use a wireless for internet activity, and not a lot of intense file sharing in a LAN setup, then 802.11g is overkill. Even with this router, I can transfer files between machines at up to 500 KBytes/sec. The web based interface is simple to use to configure the router to port forward to any computer on the LAN so you can run servers (ftp, httpd) and any other application that requires listening ports open. The 128 bit encryption is also easy to set up. The built in DHCP is also great and allows for the assignment of static IPs based on ethernet cards MAC address, so the ports you forward for your server machine's IP stay your server machine's IP. If you don't even know what I'm talking about, don't worry. This thing is practically ready to go out of the box for the average user. But don't forget to turn on you 128 bit encryption... What more can I say? Ease of use, great price, total satisfaction.
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