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.
Summary: OpenWrt attitude adjustment 12.09 works very well on this, including WDS mode. It's somewhat big, but has good range. It has a gigabit Ethernet switch and can handle 110 mb/s from wan to lan without sweating. With that firmware, has no trouble with connection management.
Summary: I bought 2 of these routers over a year ago and it has been a somewhat painful journey. Initially the so-called professional firmware based on DD-WRT (but still branded Buffalo), was very buggy.
Summary: This was the first commercially available router I have used with DD-WRT out of the box. It seems to work well and has been very stable. Prior to writing this review I checked the up-time and it's over three months.
Summary: After reading some of the original reviews for this products I was a little hesitant. I had originally bought a Linksys, then a dual band Netgear but the range is where I needed improvement so I started to look into "High Power" options.