Summary: Bought this to put DD-WRT on it. It went thru with little effort. It does not support the DD-WRT with OpenVPN, so keep that in mind if that's why you want DD-WRT. If you just want the basic DD-WRT package, as most people do, this will surely satisfy your needs.
Summary: I replaced another brand with this unit because the "unnamed brand" failed and did not produce the speed I needed. I run one wireless system in the house (40' from router) and another in my shop (about 200' from router).
Summary: My old router was way overdue, many years have past and I was looking primarily into grabbing a router with Guest SSID so I can give out wifi access to guests who come to our house and not worry about leaving my whole network wide open.
Summary: I flashed this unit with DD-WRT and run it from solar panels. Putting DD-WRT on it was easier than any other device I've tried. It turns out this router will accept a really wide voltage; you can power it from batteries or solar panels. It draws about ~170ma.
Summary: Device works well, stock firmware is OK but really you should load DD-WRT on this to get the most out of it. Wireless speeds are what you would expect (not great, but that's par for the course with a non MIMO device). Cheap with no frills!
Summary: So the GUI provided by ASUS on this thing for setup is terrible. I work on computers all day and this was bad enough that it confused me as to what it was doing. It tires to do a lot and has a lot of nice features but the whole thing is too much.
Summary: I have two of these. At $25 each they are worth the money. IMO you have to install DD-WRT; with mfr. firmware they are strictly 2 star routers. Pros: Cheap Fast Dd-wrt compatible Cons: Wireless signal goes off 1x/minute Mfr firmware instructions are very minimal I have installed dd-wrt on one of...