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New Linksys Router WRT54GP2

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by griff99, Jun 18, 2004.

  1. griff99

    griff99 Network Guru Member

  2. jdepew

    jdepew Administrator Staff Member Member

    Thanks griff99, looks like LI has the scoop on another new product thanks to you!

    This is definitely a product to keep a look out for. We'll be checking back in on the FCC site for the product manual later so we can get all the juicy details!
     
  3. griff99

    griff99 Network Guru Member

    That FCC database site is actually really good for getting the inside scoop on what various vendors are doing as they have to get FCC approval before they can sell the equipment. Here is a general link for the search portion of that site.

    https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/cf/eas/reports/GenericSearch.cfm

    To see all the Linksys products just enter Linksys under Applicant Name.

    NOTE: At the time of this post Linksys has 123 FCC filings so be patient while the page loads.
     
  4. SeeingWhite

    SeeingWhite Network Guru Member

  5. tw

    tw Network Guru Member

    Is it already known whether the WRT54GP2 uses Linux too?
     
  6. pongbarong

    pongbarong Network Guru Member

    Does this model support high gain antennas made by linksys?
     
  7. 04turbowagon

    04turbowagon Guest

    I'm thinking of buying this router and getting rid of my WRT54GS v2.1! Any opinions on this router? I'm getting VOIP by the way. :D
     
  8. mazilo

    mazilo Network Guru Member

    1. What's wrong with your existing WRT54GS router?
    2. If I were you, I would just stick with the existing WRT54GS v2.1 and buy a PAP2T-NA.
    3. This means, I would stay away from any VoIP router if I want to add more ATA devices behind this VoIP router.
    4. I have seen several bad posts about this WRT54GP2 VoIP router.
    If you still insist, perhaps we can do an even trade-in: your WRT54GS v2.1 vs my new WRT54GP2-AT so long as you pay for the S/H charges. :) PM me if you are interested and we will take it from there.
     
  9. sreevas

    sreevas Network Guru Member

    hey

    hey guys it's better to buy a voip router rather than a ordinary router but the wireless efficiency in the voip routers are a bit less than the other routers and the voip providers got some restriction on the routers performance because of the phone quality issue and the best voip provider is vonage but it also got some issues if ur not mainly concerened of wireless connectivity u can go for a voip router bye.
    sreevas.
     

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