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About this product
- DescriptionThe Linksys WRT54GL is a 4-port wireless router that is powerful enough to network with any device in your home. Combining the features of three devices in one, this Linksys wireless router is compatible with devices using the fast wireless g standard and also with relatively slow devices using wireless b standard. The built-in 4-port duplex 10/100 Ethernet switch in this Linksys wireless router lets you connect up to four wired devices. This 4-port router has a great range and can deliver speeds up to 54 Mbps. The Linksys WRT54GL is the perfect networking device for your home.
- Wireless TechnologyWireless G
- Wireless Speed54 Mbps
- Port Speed10/100
- USB for File SharingYes
- ConnectivityWired & Wireless
- WLAN StandardsIEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g/b
- FunctionalitiesDHCP Server,Firewall,Print Server,VPN Pass-Thru,Wireless Access Point
- Sub TypeCable Modem-Router
Firewall / VPN
- Firewall FeaturesMAC Address Filtering,Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
- VPN EncryptionAES
- VPN ProtocolIPSec Pass-Thru,L2TP Pass-Thru,PPTP Pass-Thru
- LAN Interfaces10/100 Base-T
- WAN Interfaces1 x 10/100 Base-T
Standards and Protocols
- Remote Management ProtocolsHTTP
- SecurityAES,TKIP,WEP,WPA,Wireless MAC Address Filtering
- WEP Encryption Length128 bit,40 bit (=64 bit)
- Antenna TypeDetachable Antenna x 2
- 802.11g Data Rates54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 28 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
- Depth7.87 inch
- Height1.89 inch
- Width7.32 inch
- Weight1.06 lb
- LED IndicatorsActivity,DMZ,Link (Per Port),Power,Status
- Other FeaturesUPnP Certified
Most relevant reviews
- stallwa25 May, 2017by
Works great for openvpn using ddwrt
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- vielmail13 Oct, 2011by
not very fast, but most usable and configurable router. sometimes webserver stops with ddwrt. and torrent can cause networkdeath.
- panorama9309 Oct, 2011by
Very popular iconic router for Linux and open source firmware alternatives!
This is the classic Wireless-G router, great for open source Linux firmware alternatives such as DD-WRT and Tomato that I am currently running. It is a cable router for Virgin Media not for BT ADSL lines, however I know that some techies have been able to get it working on ADSL phone lines. The standard antennas can be replaced with stronger high gain ones that increase the range and stability of the transmitted signal. It is mainly used as Access Point but it can also be connected to another router and used as a Repeater to cover a greater area. If you want a reliable workhorse router for home or office this is the one to buy.
- andrei.ruse04 Sep, 2011by
Great value for money, excellent stability, average performance
One of the most stable wireless routers on the market. Even it's a couple of years old (as technology, eg: 802.11b/g), we still use it in some business environments, since we did not find its stability and reliability in many of today's 802.11n routers, no matter the price.
- edb4yli5510 Jul, 2011by
I love it.
I love this router, I didn't waste any time intsalling the DD-WRT Firmware. It boosted power 50% I have mac address tables and port forwarding set up and works fantastically, I also have the second one in my house as a wireless bridge.