Okay Linksys E-Series router owners, we had some new firmware upgrades to
our popular E-Series products including: E1500, E2500, E3200 and E4200.
The IPV6 support will help your router work correctly when service providers
migrate their networks over to the new Internet protocol. Downloading this
firmware will make sure your router supports their networks. Also if you
download the new firmware your router can automatically detect if there is
IPv6 traffic on the Internet port. If there is, it will be able to route
that data between the Internet and the user’s local computers. Cool uh?!
If you haven’t downloaded the new firmware yet – check out what we’ve added,
enhanced and some of the things we fixed: Yea – it’s Linksys being committed
to giving you the best experience possible!
Linksys E4200 – Maximum Performance Dual Band Wireless-N Router
Last Release Date: Sept 28, 2011
Last Firmware version: 1.0.03 (build 14)
- Added supports of Native IPv6 over PPPoE Internet connection when only keep alive option is selected.
- Added supports of Native IPv6 on guest network if there are more than two available IPv6 subnets
- Added supports of Native IPv6 on Parental Control
- Added supports of 3TB Hard drive with NTFS and HFS+ format
- Improved firmware upgrade stability
- Improved IPv6 WAN performance
- Fixed media server unstable issue
- Fixed Cisco LED flashing issue
- Fixed some minor bugs
- DLNA certified
- UPnP certified
- This build is certified with the IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 (Gold).
To download the firmware go Read More »
Tags: IPv6, Linksys, wireless router
We at Linksys understand that picking out the right router can be a challenge. Do you buy the cheapest, most expensive or right in middle? Or is it not about price and all about function such as performance, dual band, features, or range? Or do you not really know?
60% of households are not wireless yet and we understand there are new users to wireless networking everyday and don’t really understand all the specs about a wireless router — only that they need one because they want to walk around their house with their laptop while still being connected to the internet or want to connect their new tablet to the internet wirelessly or maybe, just want to start a wireless home network.
All these reasons are good reasons to invest in a wireless router. The things you should look for are Read More »
Tags: Dual Band, Linksys, wireless router, wireless-N
Cisco’s Home Networking business is launching a new Wireless-N home router today that is actually pretty unique and can be very helpful to a lot of people looking to go wireless. The new Linksys X2000 a Wireless-N ADSL 2+ Modem Router that works with either DSL or cable broadband connections.
The Linksys X2000 enables consumers to access the internet and enjoy reliable wireless access on all their wireless devices around the home such as laptops, tablets, smart phones, game consoles and Internet ready televisions. The X2000 is the ideal solution for consumers to go wireless with their fixed broadband connection and for those who want to upgrade to wireless-N. The new hybrid solution provides the flexibility to connect to cable or DSL broadband connections when moving to a new home or switching service providers.
The Linksys X2000 gateway is shipped with Cisco Connect software, enabling users to set up their wireless home networks in just a few easy steps on a PC or Mac. Consumers also have the advantage of being able to customize and control their wireless settings to match their individual preferences. Read More »
Tags: gateway, home networking, Linksys, wireless router, wireless-N, X2000
Our PR intern, Rachel Caudillo talks to college students here in Southern California to hear what technology they want most for going back to school with! Check it out:
Tags: back to school, college, Linksys, Students, wireless
It’s time for back to school and that means new computers, or hand-me-down computers for the kids to get connected. There are a few things to know about your wireless home network and how to get all your computers and devices connected simply. Our Back to School Basics video can help: Check it out:
The video comes to us from Ted Kritsonis, a technology journalist and video personality covering the wonderful world of consumer electronics. He writes, blogs and appears in a number of publications in Canada and the U.S. including the Globe and Mail, WhatsYourTech.ca, CBC.ca, Huffington Post Canada and Digital Trends. Ted does this and more from the comfort of his home in Toronto using an E4200 for maximum performance. Follow Ted on twitter: @Teddy__K or at: http://whatsyourtech.ca
Tags: back to school, home networking, Linksys, wireless router