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SSG-5-SB-W-US wifi stability questions

SSG-5-SB-W-US wifi stability questions

SSG-5-SB-W-US wifi stability questions

I am in the process of setting up a new remote office. Typically we install a SSG-5 with a Linksys wifi router. I came across a deal on a SSG-5-SB-W-US and wonder how stable the wifi portion is compared to that of a Linksys?

The problems I always have with the Linksys is the laptop not able to connect and it takes a reboot to fix.

Anyone have any insight on this?

Mark C.

RE: SSG-5-SB-W-US wifi stability questions

I don't have any direct experience with the "wireless" version of the Juniper Networks routers like the SSG5, but the Juniper Networks products are miles above the Linksys class of SOHO stuff. We're talking the difference between a REAL router and the "bottom of the barrel" piece of hardware that has very limited throughput and security.

For more info you might contact the sales support folks at Juniper Networks. They should be able to provide specifics.


RE: SSG-5-SB-W-US wifi stability questions

That was my thoughts as well, just wanted to see if others had the same thoughts.

Mark C.

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