Reviews and Problems with Buffalo AirStation WZR-HP-G450H
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Decent AP, functional and reasonably performant
22 August 2014
Summary: Using the firmware out of the box works fine for me (Firmware: DD-WRT v24SP2-MULTI (09/27/12) std). I haven't tried flashing anything else. I use this as an AP, not to handle the WAN, but at one point I was using this with a modem and had no issues. SNMP works well but I haven't used any other more advanced features (ie multiple ssid's with multiple vlan).
Summary: So far, so good. This router is not as easy to configure as most, but performance is very good. I was looking for an affordable, high speed router to improve my local network's performance. This router fit the bill. The increase in network speed, the ability to easily boost RF xmit power, as well as increase channel width has really helped the performance of my network. I have six wireless ip-cameras, in addition to the several other wireless devices.
Summary: Strength of signal is very good and coverage of entire house is the best of wi-fi units I have used. Recent intermittent failures of unit have disappointed me. I will be returning it for replacement.
Summary: Spent 6 hours trying to get this router to work.. Auto Set-up works but when you try to add an additional computer it crashes and you have to start over... Never allows more than one wireless device on at a time... Keying up an android device blows it off line as well... Sorry stuff..
Summary: It works as intended, giving you an extended range of wireless capable area, and when combined with the 9dbi gain antennas it is enough for my concrete house. Dont believe the DD-WRT nonsense, since its an buffalo sourced version with a lot of bugs and limitations, had to use the community driven beta one, and apparently the Wireless N does not work with it.