Category Archives: Linksys

Linksys Releases Wireless-N For Small Businesses

Linksys unveiled its new line of networking products for small enterprises. The Wireless-N series includes an access point, a security router with a VPN, and a CardBus adapter for laptops. It uses the 802.11n wireless draft specification, which promises longer ranges and higher throughput. Linksys is selling the Wireless-N access point and laptop adapter forContinue Reading

Hackers Put Linux Back Into Linksys WiFi Routers

Hardware hackers have reclaimed the WRT54G v5 from Linksys. The version 5 of the ubiquitous wireless router swtiched from a linux based OS to a Vxworks proprietary system. The hackers have figured out a way to replace the bootloader with a linux friendly one and load linux onto them. The reduced memory of the versionContinue Reading

Linksys Launches 802.11g VOIP Phones

Linksys has released their new 802.11g wireless VoIP phones, the WIP300 and the WIP330. Both WiFi phones require a broadband connection and activated VoIP service to operate. The WIP300, with a 1.8-inch color display and standard features such as call forwarding, call transfer, and call history, has an estimated street price of $219.99. The WIP330,Continue Reading

Linksys Teams With Telabria To Deliver VoIP Over WiMAX

Linksys will collaborate with Telabria to deliver VoIP services over a European WiMAX-class broadband network, the companies recently announced. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Ships Lower-Cost MIMO Wi-Fi Router

Linksys Tuesday shipped a Wi-Fi router based on Multiple Input-Multiple Output (MIMO) technology that is less expensive than previous routers using that technology. Via []Continue Reading

Cisco, Linksys And Vodafone Unveil 3G/UMTS Wireless Router

The Linksys WRT54G3G Wireless-G Router, although not the first to offer this technology, will connect up to 5 remote WLAN users to the internet via a Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS data card. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Eases Wi-Fi Security Pain

Linksys has unveiled its first networking products featuring SecureEasySetup technology that allows users to set up a secure wireless network at the push of a button. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Brews Up Hotspot To Go

When you’re on the road, the hunt for an Internet café can be wearing, and occasionally fruitless. So the next time you pack up and go, consider taking your own hotspot with you. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Antennas Boost Wi-Fi Range

Networking firm Linksys today unveiled a range of high-gain antennas designed to boost the effective range of Wi-Fi networks. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Introduces Easier Wi-Fi Set-Up

According to Linksys, a division of Cisco, the new Wi-Fi set-up technology eliminates existing hurdles to broad adoption of home Wi-Fi products by delivering ease of use and automated security. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Claims Router, Adaptor Extend Wireless Range

Cisco sub Linksys said it has released a range of products which can triple wireless range and throw eight times more data across the aether. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Goes Long With MIMO-based Wireless

Wireless networking is one of those “agony and ecstasy” kind of technologies. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Feels The Need For More Wi-Fi Speed

Networking gear maker Linksys is incorporating a new technology that expands the range of its Wi-Fi products up to three times and the speed up to eight times, according to the company. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Wireless Routers Have A Problem, Jim

A problem with some Linksys wireless routers is causing angst to end users. Via []Continue Reading

Linksys Gives Pocket PC Users 802.11g

For users who need more speed on their wireless handhelds, Linksys is offering up to 54 Mbps of wireless data; at least for CF-based Pocket PC users. Via []Continue Reading