I've owned other Linksys products in the past and that make a great router so this one should be no different.I was really surprised when I opened the box and noticed that the factory bag was still wrapped around the one I ordered and still factory sealed.By default 'Basic Wireless Setting' should be chosen, if not click it now. For 'Wireless Network Name (SSID)' set a name you would like to call your wireless.What you put here is what will show up when you are searching for a wireless connection.For 'Wireless SSID Broadcast' normally you will have this set to enable.This will broadcast your wireless connection to be detected by your wireless card.
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