Summary: the asus dsl n 10 worked excellent installed easy came with cd instructions and features i replaced modem/router from at&t with the asus dsl n 10 it works much better and much more power signal on the wireless feature no dead spots or laps in service i highly recommend this product
Summary: Was pretty easy to set up, because of a clunky old computer and missing information from my ISP it cost me 8.50 hrs. of time and numerous calls to Asus tech support, and my ISP, but in the end all is well, I have better range and stronger signal than my old modem-router.
Excerpt: With the addition of a couple of iPhones and iPads over Christmas, I decided it was time to upgrade my Netopia DSL modem and Belkin G router to an N. I was informed immediately by my IP they wouldn't support the ASUS. I proceeded to setup and install the DSL 10. The modem worked well and the router worked well with a PC, two Dell LT's, two iPhone 4S, my Samsung TV, DISH Hopper, and Samsung Blue Ray DVD.
Summary: I bought this to replace my popular but aging Westell 327W. Wow what a difference. I'm not going to get technical but if you have an old wireless router and want to upgrade to 802.11 (n) and want a modem/router combo on the cheap then I recommend this. I would not however pay full price. Somewhere around $30 is a great price. The firmware is fairly new and seems they keep updating it. The wireless range is ok but not great.
Summary: when you lose power, the software does not remember instructions. I had to pay an AT&T associated company to get the machine to work. When I had a power glitch, I could not get the router to be recognized by the network. I am currently using my old unit.
Get this modem/router if you can purchase for <$30
5 June 2012
Summary: Works great on ATT DSL in Texas. Using auto detect settings with no issues. No dropped connections like a TrendNet modem I was using. Wireless is working great as well. Cannot load DD-WRT on this thing is the only reason that I would hesitate to purchase at full price. If you can get it for <$30 then I recommend it highly. Upgrade the firmware from the ASUS website.
Excerpt: The ASUS DSL-N10 is a true 2-in-1 device, serving both as a wired and wireless modem and router. It combines all the functionality of both device classes, including a powerful, wide coverage 5dBi antenna, plug-and-connect easy setup, and simple bandwidth prioritization. The problem occur's when you want to make changes in the configuration it is slow when it comes to making changes and applying them.But if you a looking for a inexpensive ADSL2+ Wireless there you go ASUS...