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Vista Compatibility Is the WRT54GL compatible with Windows Vista? Online specs mentioned Win 98, Win XP, but not Vista.
asked by D. Lee on March 5, 2008
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This link on the Linksys UK site says that it is compatible with Vista
N. Hegde answered on July 15, 2008
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The following is from the Lynksys/Cisco Web Site:

Linux Wireless
The Linux-based Wireless-G Linux Broadband Router was created specially for hobbyists and wireless aficionados. Add wireless capability to your wired network and enjoy the convenience that comes when you eliminate cables. Add wireless

Minimum Requirements
Internet Explorer 6.0 or Firefox 1.0 or Higher for Web-based configuration.
CD-ROM Drive,
Windows 2000, XP, or Vista,
Network Adapter or Wireless Network Adapter
Jerry Warriner answered on February 28, 2009
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Yes. I routinely use the WRT54GL with Vista.

Basically, any wireless system that uses the 802.11g standard (which is nearly any wireless-equipped computer today) will be compatible with this, or any other "g" router, regardless of the operating system one uses. For example, I use Windows XP, Vista, Linux, Mac OS X, an iPod Touch, and an HP wifi-enabled printer with my router and none of those systems have any problems connecting to the wireless network.
Pete S. answered on July 11, 2009
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