Conclusion: The WL-500g Premium is a router that has a lot going for it. Compared to the previous D-Link WiFi router I had, this is a huge upgrade. The sad fact may be, that both routers retail for a similar SRP. So, “You get what you pay for.” may not always apply. This is one fast router… I’ve had great luck with it so far. As our latency tests proved, our wireless connection never rose above 4ms. The majority of the time, it hovered around 1ms.
Pros: High-performance, Great styling, Admin is feature packed!, Allows network storage, Manual is easy to follow
Cons: Setup can be quite clunky, Router copies over a fair amount of system files to the thumb drive/external storage
Pros: Although we only run this in AP mode (damn ISP won't let us replace the rental router), it handles all traffic we throw at it with ease. It transports vast amounts of data from the storage server to our laptops, while still providing sufficient bandwidth
Pros: Got it all. People complaining about this product not working with P2P, should do som eresearch before they say its the Routers fault. If you set the WAN Connection Speed: Full Duplex 100mbps it works as a swiss clock.
Pros: I bought this router knowing that it might not support my Canon S520, but after an hour of messing with it I was able to the printer to work properely. Setting up the router was pretty simple to me, knowing a little something about how a network works wi
Cons: Must have some knowledge of how networks works to setup properly.