I have yet to find the router (any in fact) that is incompatible. I do however find many reasons (too many to list here) for it to not connect. The most common is the old advice about disabling SSID broadcast.
-> Head to our Networking Forum and its sticky (link below) and try it per the forum sticky. Read http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7589_102-0.html?forumID=62&threadID=264135&messageID=2584349
That's the setup I use everywhere and never an issue due to the router.
I am trying to hook up 2 laptops to my home wireless network. My main Desktop, a Dell, OS is Windows XP professional as is my other desktop one is connected wirelessly with a Linksys Ultra RangePlusN Model# WRT160N router. I have two university students both with Vista (one is on an Acer and the other a Dell) who are unable to connect although they have internal wireless adapter capabilities. Linksys says they are aware of the problem with Vista. One of the students bought her Dell Inspiron at Best Buy with Vista 2 months ago and the Geek squad wants to charge over $150 to come to the house or $119.00 for over the phone service to properly configure my router. Has anyone out there dealt with this problem? Is there a problem with Vista or the way my router is configured. Thanks, will give more info if needed.