Summary: very difficult to set up as a second or third router (without DHCP). When logging into the router with the standard IP address, it defaults to Quick Internet Setup and wants to detect your Internet provider......therefore when you are using it as a second router without DHCP, you may experience difficulties getting to the correct section of the software to allow you to change the IP and to disable the DHCP.
Summary: This router was on the cheaper end compared to others, this is why I purchased it so I can not complain to much, you get what you pay for. It works fine and does what is supposed to do, except it will sometimes stop working for no appearant reason and you just have to jiggle it or unplug the cords and plug them back in.
Summary: I am stuck with this because bought from Spain, if it was UK I'd send it back, works fine I use it for sharing my phone internet via sub 3G sharing, but when you update the FW stops working, aren't the newer firmware supposed to make it better not worse. Asus support is useless.
Summary: when i bought this i thought i did not need a modem so when i got it, it required a modem which annoyed me quite a bit because i do not have one and it should say in description. but other than that i cannot give it a full review because i never used it.
Summary: It is a shame this router doesn't have the same management UI as the ASUS RT-N56U and RT-N66U. I also do notice a difference in performance compared with the RT-N56U I replaced. The driver for choice was a brand and price for me.