Linksys router

Linksys router

A popular brand of consumer wireless routers from Belkin, which acquired the line from Cisco in 2013. See Linksys, wireless router and SSID.
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The book, written by Brian Underdahl, lives up to its title with an abundance of photos and illustrations, including a step-by-step guide to setting up a Linksys router and another that shows how to use Windows XP Network Setup Wizard.
Derris also connects his company laptop, which has a built-in virtual private network (VPN) for corporate-level security to reach his office, but not the rest of the computers in his house, The family's home PCs are secured with the hardware firewall built into the Linksys router and software firewalls.
WRT54G3G - The new Linksys router, with an optional 3G/UMTS data card and service subscription from Vodafone(R), turns a 3G/UMTS or GPRS wide area network connection into a shared wireless (802.
99 per month for the Basic Plan, which includes 500 minutes to domestic locations, and, as with all of the internet phone company's plans, also comes with a free Linksys router for easier installation.
After a user has pressed the SecureEasySetup(TM) button on their Linksys router and wireless device (or uses access point setup software on their notebook computer), SecureEasySetup(TM) establishes a private connection between the devices and automatically configures the network's SSID (Service Set Identifier) whilst enabling WPA security.
All three plans include a free Linksys router, and come with the option of adding a second line for a small additional fee.
LELA is a free application that currently ships with the WRT54GS and will soon be included with other Linksys router models.
In anticipation of increased market demand for new drugs the company doubled its mobile sales force, all of who require access to the company's network through their Linksys router.
The VoIP provider sends a free Linksys router to every new customer, so setting up is as easy as plugging in an ethernet cord.
The ADSL2MUE can be connected directly to any PC equipped with a USB or Ethernet port or connected to a Linksys router to share high-speed Internet access with everyone on a home network.
This integration with Linksys router technology is part of Net2Phone's strategy to become the underlying voice provider to IP networks around the world.