Reviews and Problems with Buffalo Nfiniti WHR-G300N
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Wont Connect Any Faster Then Wireless G
Daniel Staggers, Amazon
28 April 2015
Summary: Won't connect any higher then 54mbps on anything I own. Many wasted hours later, I'm sending it back. A flimsly piece of junk. Very dissapointed because I bought this on name alone! My old G AirStations were the best. My how the mighty fall!
Summary: No more Buffalo for me. Ever since purchase it produced nothing but problems. First signal dropping to one bar even when device was just in front of the router, then wireless connection drops - network would simply disappear. Occasionally 10 times within an hour.
Summary: Works great in a one bedroom apartment; I've been using the wireless router since Dec. 2, 2010 (model WHR-G300N v2). Serves as a wireless access point for my iPhone 4, and Air (Pandora radio, FaceTime, YouTube, etc.). No dropped connections.
Summary: This is a very good product. It was easy to install & works seamlessly. I would recomend this router to anyone that has te need for one. I have only one extra laptop now, but am expecting to add at least two more computers to the network. i'm sure that it will handle all the load.
I have 3 of these online at the moment. Great product!
Michael J. Gelinas, Amazon
1 February 2013
Summary: I run 3 of these routers/access points to cover the entire house. All my Apple devices are smart enough to switch from one access point to another as I get closer to one, and further away from another.
Summary: I 'm about average in tech savvy, or at least I'd like to think so. This little unit has great bang for the buck. Setup was easy. Updating the firmware was a snap. Using WPA-2 AES was a piece of cake. Signal is strong. What's not to like?
Summary: A lot of people have complained about the setup on this device. I mainly got this device for its support of DD-WRT but their standard setup is solid too. If you know a thing or two about computers avoid the wizard setup and do it the manual way.
Summary: First of all I have a MAC which the start up disk does NOT support, but it doesnt matter! All you have to do is unplug everything and connect the new router and you can set it up from any type of computer using your web browser page to link into the routers settings box!