BINGO!! you dont need us at all !!! at the end of the day, its going to do the samething a $40 router would do. NOW IF speed was an issue go for it...but ive been using my $35 belkin router...and have NEVER had a problem.neoelectronaut said:Well, just spending 4 times as much on something doesn't sound too appealing if I can get something else that does the exact same thing.
I keep hearing people mention this... but I don't understand it completely. What are the high-end features you can add via mods? Obviously you can't give it a USB print server or streaming audio, because it lacks the hardware support. Are you talking about WPA2 or other 802.1x stuff?pmartin said:Short answer to your question: no, its not worth the money. It is pretty much a standard 802.11g router but much more expensive. I would go for the Linsys WRT54G, or GS, as they are cheaper, work just as well, and can be heavily modified to support really high-end features due to the fact that they are based on Linux.