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We had numerous problems trying to establish a connection to our ISP. After a number of reboots and setting changes, the Linksys came to life and we were up and running. The Web interface is fast and speedy to navigate, but with many different pages and options it could be confusing to novice users.
Rebooting the WAGN is a slow process, and at certain times looked like it had frozen. That speed dropped to an average of 4. At the same distance, browsing the Web was fine, and we were able to easily watch YouTube videos without any delay or buffering. You also have the ability to allow the firewall to filter Java applets, cookies, ActiveX and more. Users can also set up Internet access restrictions by date and time, along with blocking specific Web sites and keyword filtering.
You can also limit access to particular predefined services such as FTP and POP3, or create your own user-defined rules. Setting up a Virtual Private Network VPN is easy to set up for experienced users, although a read through the user manual may be required for others that have not set one up before. Setting up a wireless network with the WAGN is a relatively painless process.
We created an From approximately 10 metres, including two walls as obstacles, the transfer rate dropped to around 9. Streaming multimedia fared much better. We were able to stream a MB DivX file from a distance of about 20 metres, again through two walls, without any problem. At the same distance, playing MP3 files wirelessly from the remote computer caused no noticeable dropout. Join the newsletter!
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