This thing replaced an old D-Link router that was blown up in a power surge. Despite only being an 802.11g unit it was remarkably well-behaved, as even when the internet box was being incredibly temperamental, the network connection always remained. It got sidelined when we switched ISPs, and I ended up using it as the basis for a sort-of subnet for the machines in my bedroom. That setup has since been upgraded, however.
Wireless Technology: 802.11b/g
Wired Technology: 10/100
Frequency (if wireless): 2.4 GHz
Encryption types (if applicable): WPA-PSK, WPA-AES, 128/64-bit WEP
Completely functional, but seems to have issues detecting WAN connectivity.
Current status: In storage.