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|Seller Notes:||“Box has been Damaged, but all included products are still inside and in their packaging. See Picture for Details!”|
|Number of LAN Ports:||4||Type:||DSL|
|If you are looking to create a small network of computers with high-speed Internet access, then the Linksys EtherFast BEFSR41 might just be the thing that you need. This Linksys EtherFast router can be configured as a DHCP server, and is the only externally recognized Internet device on your LAN network.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||80022495|
|Product Key Features|
|Number of LAN Ports||4|
|Additional Product Features|
|General Protocols||Ipx, Pptp, Pppoe, IP, Tcp, Dhcp, Ipsec|
|LAN Interfaces||10 BASE-T, 10/100 BASE-T, 10/100m, 100base-Texas|
|Built in Modem||Yes|
|Routing Protocols||Rip Version 2, Rip Version 1|
|Wep Encryption Length||40 Bit (=64 Bit)|
|WLAN Standards||IEEE 802.11|
|Led Indicators||WAN, Status, Activity, Link, Power, Link (Per Port), Test / Diagnostic, LAN (10/100)|
|Console Port Type||Ethernet RJ-45|
|Number of WAN Ports||1|
|Port Quantity||4-Port Built-In Switch|
|Additional Features||Dmz Support, Upnp Certified, Auto Crossover (Mdi/Mdi-X)|
|Networking Interfaces||ISDN Bri|
|Release Date (Year)||2000|
|Remote Management Protocols||Tftp, Http, Rmon|
|Router Functionalities||Dhcp Server, Firewall, VPN Pass-Thru, Cable Modem|
|WAN Interfaces||1X RJ-45 for 10/100 802.3/U, 1x10/100m, 1x10/100 BASE-T, 1x10 BASE-T/100 BASE-Texas, 1x10 BASE-T|
|Firewall Features||IP Filtering, Nat, MAC Cosmetics Address Filtering, Port Filtering|
|Antenna Type||External Antenna X 1|
|VPN Protocols||Pptp Pass-Thru, Pptp, Ipsec Pass-Thru, Ipsec|
|Network Connectivity||ISDN Bri|
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BEFSR41 Version 2.00.02 Router
This BEFSR41 version 2.00.02 of 2/14/2007 I received from you is working at present better than what I thought about out of support by Cisco of older versions of routers. This version is really a stand-alone small home network router that seems working better without software upgrade. However, I still need to know more about NAT the so-called built-in firewall capability as opposed to other brands like small DLink routers where one can identify which ports or URLs should be blocked or enabled to configure firewalls or filters. I will see what comes up in the future about the security of my aquired BEFSR41 ver 2.00.02.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: serverboy0
Old style Cisco Router
I purchased this router as a replacement for a failed unit that I use to observe my cameras at my Laundromat. These routers are easy to set up for "port forward" to enable distant viewing. The one I received was refurbished by Cisco and I received it with factory seals. It ended up being defective and Cisco wouldn't give me any customer support because it was an outdated product. I ended up buying the newest Cisco router locally and it worked well. I still have one more of these in use at another location, but I'd recommend you just buy fresh product. Obviously my refurbished unit was never good the first or the second time around. Cisco products are usually ok, but their customer support is crap. After they refurbed their product, and it sat in their or the resellers possession for way too long, they decided not to support a product that apparently was a dud from the get go. I will continue to use their routers because I am familar with them, but I'm not a fan.I was tempted to buy a D-Link router on sale on Black Friday for 19.95 instead of Cisco's $59.95, but I didn't want to spend hours and hours to learn a new product, and risk finding out another brand may not work for my application.
Great router except for annoying resets.
This is an incredibly fast and easy to use wired router. It automatically recognizes attached devises without having to program them in. There is one flaw, however. About every other week it just quits working. I unplug the router and then plug it back in and it resets and is fine. Other than the twice per month annoying reset, the router is great.