It's really painless. The WRT350N has a good tutoral on the CD. It holds your hand on the basic setup. It's default for wireless is to set up WPA. Just fill in the blanks. Everything else just plugs in. I might suggest once you get it set up and running you export and save the configuration.
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I'm getting ready to replace a Linksys BEFSR41 router & WAP54G access point with a Linksys WRT350N wireless router. Broadband connection is a Linksys BEFCMU10 Etherfast Cable Modem.
Machines networked are 3 desktops (1 XP Home, 2 Win2k), all wired, and 3 laptops (2 Vista Home Premium, 1 XP Home), all wireless.
Would appreciate hearing any & all tips/tricks, especially regarding sequence of events, to make this a quick, succesful transition.
Thanks in advance.