Dimensions (WxDxH): 7.32 x 7.87 x 1.89 inch / 186 x 200 x 48 mm
Unit Weight: 17 oz. / 0.482 kg
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the best products Reviewed by Anonymous from Denver, CO on 11/13/07
Great features even without a firmware upgrade. Good antennas, separate rx/tx if you want. Never overheats. Easy to upgrade firmware. Quite possibly the biggest community for any hardware I can think of (minus cpus).
Good choice . Reviewed by Jeff Richmond from Menifee, CA on 02/28/07
Replaced a dead Neatgear with this baby and everything is working fine on factory filmware . Going to do the DD-WRT filmware pretty soon as the factory filmware is a tad lacking in features ; BUT isnt this the REAL reason for purchasing the "L" model anyways (lol) .
Bottom line ... good all around router than can be made fantasic with a little flashing .
Linksys + Open Source Expansion... Reviewed by Anonymous from Marietta, GA on 08/30/06
Linksys' reliable and highly compatible hardware designs combined with the ability to modify the router's software to your exact specifications is an unbeatable value. The WRT54GL (L for Linux) is made for third-party firmwares, turning your router into a $1000 enterprise appliance.
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