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Linksys WAG354G Wireless-G ADSL 2+ Modem Router Gateway, 4-Port Switch & Access Point

by Linksys

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  • ADSL2+ Modem, Internet-sharing Router, 4-Port Switch and Wireless-G Access Point in one box
  • High-speed ADSL2+ Modem gives you a fast, "Always On" connection to the Internet
  • Connect your home PCs and other wireless devices to the Gateway and the Internet using the built-in Wireless-G Access Point, or connect directly with the 4-port Ethernet Switch
  • Advanced Firewall, Content Filtering and Security features protect your PCs, your data, and your family
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLinksys
Item Weight1.4 Kg
Product Dimensions14 x 14 x 2.7 cm
Item model numberWAG354G-UK
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G
  
Additional Information
ASINB000A2IV2M
Best Sellers Rank 101,241 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
Date First Available27 Jun. 2005
  
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Product Description

Product Description

To protect your data and privacy, the Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway features an advanced firewall to keep Internet intruders and attackers out. Wireless transmissions can be protected by powerful WPA2 data encryption. Configuration is a snap with any web browser. With the Linksys Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway at the heart of your network, you're connected to the future.

Manufacturer's Description

The Linksys Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway is the all-in-one solution for Internet connectivity. The ADSL Modem function gives you a blazing fast connection to the Internet, far faster than a dial-up, and without tying up your phone line.

Connect your computers to the Gateway via the built-in 4-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch to jump start your network. You can share files, printers, hard drive space and other resources. Attach four PCs directly, or connect more hubs and switches to create as big a network as you need. The built-in Wireless-G (802.11g) Access Point allows up to 32 wireless devices to connect to your network at a blazing 54Mbps, without running cables through the building. It's also compatible with Wireless-B (802.11b) devices, at 11Mbps. The Gateway's Router function ties it all together and lets your whole network share that high-speed Internet connection.

To protect your data and privacy, the Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway features an advanced firewall to keep Internet intruders and attackers out. Wireless transmissions can be protected by powerful WPA2 data encryption. Configuration is a snap with any web browser.

With the Linksys Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway at the heart of your network, you're connected to the future.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 Jan. 2006
I wanted a wireless device to share my ADSL connection between several family computers. I bought the Linksys device after reading the reviews on many wireless modem/routers which made me very nervous - plenty of bad experiences with difficult set-up, poor range and intermittent behaviour. However I am pleeased to say that the Linksys product lived up to my expectations and confirmed the previous reviews of the WAG354G product - straightforward to set up and good wireless coverage throughout my 4-bedroomed house. It works fine with a Dell wireless laptop and with a desktop via a Belkin adaptor.
I did run into one configuration problem (the VC value) which prevented access to the internet through my ISP (BT), however a call to the Linksys helpline at 11.15pm had it resolved in less than 3 minutes - very impressive. I have not explored the security features of the product as yet - just pleased to get multiple wireless access from several home computers. I can also confirm that access is noticeably faster than my previous BT Voyager modem.
One niggle is that the UserGuide is presented as a single PDF book for all languages - one per language would be easier to navigate. And it would be helpful to have a set of the standard configurations for the main ISPs. Finally, I paid £60 - so at £50 I would recommend it as good value.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Big Bad Bill on 27 Feb. 2006
I managed to pick one of these up in a box that also contained a Linksys wireless network card for a laptop. I didn't need the card as my new Dell laptop has built in wireless networking, but this product was cheaper with the card than the next nearest rival on its own.
I was quite nervous about setting this up as I had no experience of setting up networks. The leaflets in the box made me more nervous as it made it look like I would have to phone my ISP (Tesco) to get all sorts of obscure information. However also in the box was a CD, I used this and I had the router/modem configured and running in about 3 minutes. It is noticeably faster than the USB modem supplied by Tesco and my Dell Laptop connects with a full strength signal anywhere in my house. I really do not understand all the reviewers who said that they had trouble setting this up. All you have to do is run the CD and follow the illustrated instructions, (disconnect your old USB modem, connect the router via cable to your phone socked, and to your PC's ethernet port with the supplied cables and then power it up). The only other thing you need to do is enter the username and password for your ISP account. Simple really, and hard to see how it could be made any easier. Initially I set it up with no encryption. Found it dead easy to log onto the router/modem via my web browser to set this up. Again once I had entered the new security key on my laptop, no problems. I can only think that those who have had problems have just ram stammed ahead without reading the instructions on screen when they ran the set up disk.
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70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Socrates1984 on 2 Sept. 2005
I had a troublesome Linksys WAG54G which Linksys recently replaced with a newer WAG354G.
The new unit is noticeably smaller than its predecessor. However the web interface very similar, and therefore just as easy to configure. I was initially dubious about the similarities though, given the problems I'd had with the earlier model.
Firstly, the good news. The wireless connection is consistently stable, and despite the lack of an external aerial, does not drop out after prolonged use. So the thermal problems that many people experienced with the WAG54G appear to have been resolved. The device is ready for ADSL2, meaning it's ready for connections faster than 8mb, if you are fortunate enough to have this speed connection available. The customary 4-port switch is built in too.
Now the bad news, perhaps. If you want to set up a PPTP VPN connection, this router still does not do what it says on the tin: The GRE protocol required for PPTP to work is still being blocked by the built-in firewall.
Overall impression: A much improved device from Linksys, and one that I am now (mostly) happy with. I suspect anyone that does not have my requirement to operate a VPN will be very satisfied with it.
As an aside, the full source code for the router's firmware is available on the Linksys website under the GPL licence, for those that are inclined to tinker.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bluesdigital on 15 Feb. 2006
The Linksys WAG354G is one of the better "Home" routers out there.
far more stable than anything offered up from Safecom etc,but can be a little confusing to set up for total novices.
The firewall & Port forwarding options are ok.
No power supply issues here,but i would request a new one from Linksys if yours gets anything more than warm.
Also upgrade the Firmware ASAP to save any stress.
To those who may winge at "Firmware" updates,try owning a Safecom, and changing your firmware almost monthly just to keep it going!
For those poor folks stuck on AOL,
try
MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit): 1400
MRU (Maximum Receive Unit): 1400.
This should solve any issues with secure sites and general connection problems.
UK Support is via:
[...]
0800 026 1418 yes a FREE Number!
support.uk@linksys.com
No I Don't work for Them!
Have supplied a lot of these to my Clients,who never have to call me out to fix or replace them.
Wish i could say the same about the other brands available!
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