|Sep 11, 2011, 02:07 PM||#1|
Cisco E1200 Compatibility
Hi. I am in search for a router and have head good things about the Cisco E1200. It is affordable, with an easy set up and decent performance.
I was pretty set on getting it until I encounter a couple reviews about the set up software not being compatible with snow leopard and lion. There don't seem to be many cases of this so I was wondering if anyone had any personal experiences with the router.
I'm sure I can be content with a single band router but now worry about compatibility issues. The cisco site says it is compatible with OS X 10.6 but one of the reviewers had 10.6.2. Seeing as I have 10.6.8, I worry that later versions of snow leopard may be an issue with other routers, too.
Part of me wants to just splurge on the Airport Extreme because it would seem like the more convenient choice, but if I can save some money, I probably should lol.
Thanks for any feedback that anyone can provide! I am new to the forum and hope to gain some valuable guidance !
|Sep 11, 2011, 03:21 PM||#2|
As for the Airport Extreme, indeed it is more expensive than a Cisco Linksys E1200. If you purchase the E1200, then you may find this to be the case--several times--while the Airport gives faithful service.
Neither a borrower nor a lender be
For loan oft loses both itself and friend
William Shakespeare from Hamlet
|Sep 11, 2011, 09:49 PM||#3|
But thank you for your advice! I can probably feel a lot better about the Cisco if I decide to go this route.
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