Originally Posted by BUTLER REDSFAN
So... does this mean I should have wireless access wherever I am because of linksys? I mean if I am driving in the middle of nowhere would I still be able to logon???
No. Once you're out of your wireless router's range (which is usually confined to the space within your house or may extend outside a ways), you are not on YOUR wireless network. If you are still able to connect to a network that is named with the SSID "linksys" after you've left your house, it's because you're connecting to SOMEONE ELSE'S network that failed to secure their router's wireless settings. They left their network open because they were ignorant...or, they're a hotel or other establishment (e.g. coffee shop) that offers free wireless internet access to their guests.