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I didn't get this issue and I am using this more than 3 years without any issue.
By Santu on June 14, 2015
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The cisco connect software has an easy setup for your Guest account. http://support.linksys.com/en-us/support/routers/E1000/downloads
By Zach M Moore on October 23, 2013
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Hi Gee, in a specific power outage conditions, is posible that Cisco Router reset to factory defaults. Please check for latest firmware, updated, and reconfigure. Finally perform a configuration backup.
By Erney Pino on January 19, 2017
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No
By A lucky one on July 21, 2013
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Sounds like some other entity is accessing your router. If it is secure, then some other wireless device of yours is on it: netbook, tablet, video game, cell phone, internet TV box, or printer. It could be that one of these devices is tying up the router - slowing its operation while it pauses to wait for a response… see more Sounds like some other entity is accessing your router. If it is secure, then some other wireless device of yours is on it: netbook, tablet, video game, cell phone, internet TV box, or printer. It could be that one of these devices is tying up the router - slowing its operation while it pauses to wait for a response from the device. Try shutting off one of these devices at a time. If, after shutting off the device and you see no difference, reboot the router and try again. Then go on to the next device. Eventually all your devices will be disconnected. If you still see the same slowdown, I suggest you call Linksys tech support. see less Sounds like some other entity is accessing your router. If it is secure, then some other wireless device of yours is on it: netbook, tablet, video game, cell phone, internet TV box, or printer. It could be that one of these devices is tying up the router - slowing its operation while it pauses to wait for a response from the device. Try shutting off one of these devices at a time. If, after shutting off the device and you see no difference, reboot the router and try again. Then go on to the next device. Eventually all your devices will be disconnected. If you still see the same slowdown, I suggest you call Linksys tech support.
By Dikster on November 27, 2013
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I didn't see any mention of that company you mentioned anywhere on the router, but as you can clearly see on the title of the router "Cisco Linksys Refurbished E1000" . So one can assume that it is a refurbish by Linksys by that clue.
By Mike N. on February 11, 2014
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I believe if you go to the ip assigned to it on your browser you can turn off wireless broadcast, I think default ip is 192.168.1.1.
Then you can just use as switch without it transmitting wireless signal.

By F. Perez on August 10, 2017
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Yes, you can connect it to pretty much any high speed modem. All you do is connect the ethernet cable from the cable modem (you know the one that looks like a fat phone cord) and plug it into router.
By Mike N. on July 26, 2014
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Sorry the state I live in does not have Windstream DSL service; however, I am quite sure this product will work fine with just about any type of DSL modem. I have Brighthouse DSL. Its pretty much plug-n-play. You simply connect one of your DSL cables to this router instead of your computer and it is ready to go offe… see more Sorry the state I live in does not have Windstream DSL service; however, I am quite sure this product will work fine with just about any type of DSL modem. I have Brighthouse DSL. Its pretty much plug-n-play. You simply connect one of your DSL cables to this router instead of your computer and it is ready to go offering wireless throughout your home. Your local DSL guy who installed your internet service should be willing to help if you have any issues. When I had my internet service installed I showed the cable guy this router and he hooked it up for me in less than 3 minutes. see less Sorry the state I live in does not have Windstream DSL service; however, I am quite sure this product will work fine with just about any type of DSL modem. I have Brighthouse DSL. Its pretty much plug-n-play. You simply connect one of your DSL cables to this router instead of your computer and it is ready to go offering wireless throughout your home. Your local DSL guy who installed your internet service should be willing to help if you have any issues. When I had my internet service installed I showed the cable guy this router and he hooked it up for me in less than 3 minutes.
By Mike N. on December 26, 2013
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