Cisco-Linksys BEFSR41 EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port 10/100 Switch

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Cisco-Linksys BEFSR41 EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port 10/100 Switch Description

Product Description Think of the EtherFastCable/DSL Router with 4-Port Switch as a kind of splitter for your Internet connection. Just connect your DSL or Cable Modem to the Router, and all the computers in your household can share the Internet — all at the same time. The built-in 4-port switch lets you attach four local PCs directly, or daisy-chain out to more hubs and switches as your network grows. Once your computers are connected to the Internet through the Router, they can communicate with each other too, sharing resources and files. All your computers can print on a shared printer connected anywhere in the house. And you can share all kinds of files between computers -music, digital pictures, and other documents. Keep all your digital music on one computer, and listen to it anywhere in the house. Organize all of your familys digital pictures in one place, to simplify finding the ones you want, and ease backup to CD-R. Play head-to-head computer games within the household, or against Internet opponents. Utilize extra free space on one computer when anothers hard drive starts to fill up. Product information Product Dimensions 11.2 x 9.8 x 2.8 inches Item Weight 1.5 pounds Shipping Weight 2.15 pounds ASIN B00004SB92 Item model number BEFSR41 Customer Reviews 3.4 out of 5 stars 1,093 customer reviews 3.4 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #388 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Networking Products > Routers Date first listed on Amazon June 30, 2003 Technical Specification User Manual [pdf ] Warranty & Support Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here Feedback If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ? Would you like to ? Related Video Shorts (0)Upload your videoBe the first videoYour name here Important information Legal DisclaimerSold As-Is. 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Yes No Thank you for your feedback. Review this productShare your thoughts with other customersWrite a customer review Customer images See all customer images Read reviews that mention cable modem tech support cable or dsl home network linksys router linksys befsr easy to setup dsl modem plug and play technical support dsl router mac address port forwarding internet access firmware upgrade took about 5 minutes easy to install high speed highly recommend dhcp server Showing 1-8 of 1,093 reviewsTop ReviewsMost recentTop ReviewsThere was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.A customer5.0 out of 5 starsEasy to Install. Easy to use.May 11, 2000Verified PurchaseI worried this product would be hard to install, configure and use. This sounds silly since I’m an engineer working at a dot-com company, building a large Internet network. Even engineers get stuck with computer hardware they can’t get to work. Also, being net savvy, I tend to want my network hardware to work MY way and not in some configuration deemed ‘good’ by marketing monkeys. All fears quickly faded, however as the router was up and running with my network 15 minutes after opening the box.Ease of use is important, as I frequently distrust technical support for networking products. No fault of Linksys, but years with inept customer service apes, trained only to hold phones, ruined me. If I can not get a product to work in short order when other, equivalent products exist, I quickly return, exchange and try again. Thankfully, I did not have to do so. The Linksys jumped all hurtles without effort.Ease of use goes past the install to the packaging and into the web-based configuration. The packaging comes with a quick start guide. Smart. Impatient males with more eagerness than brains don’t want to read manuals, even short ones. The quick start has everything you need to get online in short order. If you need the advanced features, like port redirection, a DMZ host, or PPP over ethernet, the manual is friendly and the configuration screens are kind. Five minutes after surfing the web, I reconfigured my PC to have a static IP address (rather than the DHCP generated address, given to me by the quick start guide), and set up port redirection for my web server.DHCP is great, especially if you take tote your laptop between home and work. DHCP is a service, run on a network, allowing computers on the network to ask what their IP addresses, gateways, DNS servers and subnet masks are. The DHCP server replies, allowing computers to dynamically configure themselves based on what network the computer is on. Thus, you can conveniently carry your laptop into work, hook it up without reconfiguring the networking. If you’re me, you’re likely too lazy to set up a UNIX computer on your network just for a DHCP server. So, having the Linksys Cable/DSL router provide DHCP is a big bonus.Net novices may wonder if this router is a risk to have. With all the media attention, you likely think an army of computer and network savvy teens are just waiting for you to go online, so they can infect and hack your computer. I’ve never had a problem, but then, I’m cautious from where I download software and with whom I interact. One risk is placing a bad password on your router, allowing others to reconfigure your network. I envision several lazy people not bothering to change the default password on their Linksys routers, creating some minor havoc.However, because the router uses network address translation, you have the potential to be safer as outsiders see only the IP address of your router and not your host. So far as I know, the only listening port on the router is the embedded wed server and any in-bound port-forwarding you set up, so people trying to get in, from the outside, will likely rely on you to do something dumb. A few dumb things include an easily guessed password on the router — your first name, or the word ‘router’ are really terrible ideas — downloading software from any web page with the words ‘d00d’ or ‘kewl,’ or setting up a web server from an old Linux distribution without checking CERT advisories for known security holes. More dumb things exist. Use common sense, but never fear making mistakes; it’s just a computer.If you have several computers in your home and want them all to be networked, the Linksys can do the job. Yes, only 5 ports exist on the back, but 10 megabit per second (MBPS) hubs are less than $30 and 100 MBPS hubs are around $100. Multiples of either hub can be added, to get up to 255 computer on your network. Though, if you have 255 computers, just using hubs will lead to frightening performance problems, but one hopes, anyone with so many computers, knows better.Read more 231 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseA customer3.0 out of 5 starsGreat Product…I wish it was more reliableAugust 28, 2000Everything about this product makes you want to likeit:1. Excellent features; router/firewall + 4 port hub(100/10 Mbps) 2. Good configuration flexibility such as DHCP served or static IP’s, port forwarding and filtering, DMZ facility for video conferencing and on-line work where NAT can really screw you up. 3. Really easy to configure via a web interface, just type […] plus username/password and you’re in! 4. A great price point for what you get.THIS PRODUCT SHOULD BE A SOHO NETWORK ROUTER CATEGORY KILLEREXCEPT… machine regularly ‘seizes up’ and cannot access the Net. The MTBF is utterly predictable at ~48 hours and a quick power re-cycle clears the problem. I’ve had my machine for 6 weeks now, so there has been adequate time to confirm that this is a persistent fault. From reading many posts on Usenet and […] I *know* other BEFSR41 users have this problem too. In fact another reviewer on Amazon talks about it. I just sent Linksys support an email detailing the problem with an IP Monitor log from one of my machines. Yet to hear back. I take reliability very seriously, and these days equipment such as the BEFSR41 *should* be more reliable. Accordingly I cannot recommend it unless you are happy to live with the same situation that I currently have. It’s a real pity, given the many positive attributes.P.S Amazon service is great. …Read more 78 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseRick Park3.0 out of 5 starsGreat possibilities, pitiful documentation, non-existent svcAugust 4, 2000Verified PurchaseI have been using the router for over a month now, and have hadtime to get to know it, it’s manual, and service people enough to make a comment or two on the unit.First, let me say that you can’t touch it for the price. Whatever shortcomings it has (and there are definitely shortcomings), for [the money]there is nothing that does what it *can* do, or do it as well. If you simply need to split a dsl or cable modem connection between several machines, it’s the only game in town at this admission price.If you don’t mind losing the firewall protection, even it’s issues with identifying (if you talk on Dalnet, it needs to be configured differently. You can email me on this) can be rectified. Be sure to go to Linksys’ home page and download V1.33 or higher firmware, it makes it lots easier.The documentation is so far below the standard of the unit it ‘describes’ that I could write a book on it’s lack of information. For the basic features, it should be three times as in depth. I think Linksys didn’t research this market well enough to know that most purchasers of this unit are amateurs to networking, and not Information Systems techs. A little ‘why and wherefore’ explanation would have went a long, long way. And there is no, and I mean that exactly as written ‘NO’ support for any advanced feature. Not in the manual, not at the oddly named ‘customer service’ line. This is ludicrous, these features are the very thing that makes this unit flexible enough to get any real usage from. It is, possibly, the worst manual I have ever seen to come with a unit that was obviously intended to be a powerful tool for the masses.Email or phone support was pitiful, with one glowing exception. Nicholas Mack with Linksys sales not only got involved in helping me, but stayed involved until we both figured out how to make the router do everything I needed it to do. He sent me advice, firmware updates, and we emailed repeatedly and found solutions to the problems. In return, I reported what each step accomplished on my machine for him to pass along to others. Without Nicholas’ intervention, I would have sent the router back long ago. Linksys should give that boy a BIG raise. He is the reason I recommend this unit today.So, here is the lowdown. The unit is capable beyond it’s pricerange, nothing does what it can in this cost area. The manual will help you if the very most basic setup is ok, and you have some idea of how to get around on your machine already. Otherwise, get someone who does. Beyond that, the manual works good for leveling short legs on the kitchen table, that’s about it. Customer service will answer direct questions about the unit only (once you get them on the phone) and will not help you with any software (including the microsoft network software it is designed to work with). So if it isn’t ‘where do I plug this cord’ you will probably be left frustrated and heading back to the refund line. If you are lucky, you may get one of the few Linksys people who not only know how to make it work, but don’t mind telling you.In short, this is the most amazingly capable, absolutely non-suported device I have ever used.As a PS- My ‘setup wizard’ disk was not packed with the unit, and a short Cat 5 cable would be a very welcome addition to the package.Read more 34 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseSee all 1,093 reviewsWrite a customer review Customers who viewed this item also viewedPage 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1 This shopping feature will continue to load items. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. 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