Summary: Easy setup. Connected to TDS quickly. All my wireless devices work again, Roku, samsung tablet and phone, Dish receiver and smart tv, also Samsung. I used the packaging to return busted modem to TDS. Very satisfied.
Summary: I purchase this product to use with my carrier for services that was installed. However, at this time I cannot say what I disliked about the product as I did not receive my product in a timely manner to be utilized so I had to rent from my carrier. I can say I like the compact of the product.
Summary: Actiontec GT784WNV does not have two antennas they are inside unit. Only the Actiontec GT784WN has them. No V on the end that one is for AT&T Not Verizon. But it does work better then Westell Modem 327W that I had.
Excerpt: I was dreading replacing the DSL modem after a lightning strike took out the old modem and router. Mostly I was not looking forward to dealing with the phone company's support to set up the new modem's MAC address and such. To my surprise This modem was plug and play! no support required. Happy Day!
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast Connection Speed, Modem And Router In One, Reliable connection
This modem is used by my ISP and has always performed beautifully for me.
19 September 2014
Summary: I have been renting this modem from my ISP (TDS) and have always had great luck with it. It has a good strong wireless signal. The only time it has ever failed me was due to a lighting strike but that is my fault for not having it plugged into a good surge protector. I finally decided to buy my own instead of renting.
Five Starts - Though I had to return it. Read review
5 August 2014
Summary: Sorry. Did not work for me and had to return it. But I'm giving it five stars because in all honesty, I could not find anything wrong with it and I suspect it was my running Linux Debian that caused the problems. I have a friend who has the same modem/router on a Win 7 machine and it works flawlessly for him. That's why I ordered mine, and though disappointed, I can't blame the product. Yes, I could have gone hunting for a package of drivers, etc.
Summary: It was time to upgrade my modem/router. I'd had two separate boxes, the modem provided by my DSL years ago. So I took a chance with this one. Now I'm pretty good with setting up networks - I'm no Steve Gates or Bill Jobs (kidding...) but I'm pretty good. Even so, setting up my old Trendnet router used to give me gray hair. This modem/router combo took me five minutes to plug in and set up. No joke. I've never had a easier time setting up a network.