Summary: When I switched ISPs at home, the new provider installed a wifi-enabled DSL modem. I used it for about 2 days before I turned off the modem's wifi and hooked up my trusty Buffalo N600 again.
Pros: Buffalo's custom DD-WRT UI is a little simpler than the last community version I used. It was easy to set up and configure and has been very stable. I have used one in my home network for more than a year, and last year I also set up two of them in a client's office to provide wifi coverage from ...
Summary: I would recommend this product to anyone needing to play videos over a wireless connection.
Pros: Purchased this router to replace an older slower one that did not have the speed to keep up with Apple TV. The old one was causing a lot of lag and stuttering in the videos and this one corrected all that.
Cons: Setup would be a little difficult for the beginner.
Cons: Right out of the box with default settings could not get to admin webpage directly connected to lan but could ping router... Could not get chromecast to work on this router either. Tried flashing dd-wrt and it was successful but had the same problems.
I suppose the hardware itself is fine, it basically works
Eric Bravick "Engineering Shock Trooper", Amazon
18 February 2015
Summary: Disclaimer: I'm a huge Buffalo fan. I'm a huge dd-wrt fan. If I hadn't used any of Buffalo's routers previously, this would be a 4 out of 5 (for example, compared to other available routers in its class.) The problem is, I have. I've come to expect a certain level of excellence.
Summary: I like equipment that just does what it is supposed to do without problems, and this router sure fits the bill. I was able to configure the front switch to allow for me to turn off the wireless when I am not using it which is a good security practice.
Pros: I just wanted to provide some feedback on this router as I have had it for a year now and am still very satisfied with it. I have only had to reboot it a few times and most all of them were related to my DSL provider. I have since switch over to high speed cable and it has been rock solid and was...
Cons: None, has been very reliable with a consistently strong signal on both bands.
Summary: I have the previous version of this router (WZR-600DHP) and I highly recommend heeding my and others' advice and avoid this line from Buffalo. Functionally, the router worked great for about 6 months. It's highly configurable and fast.
Works but lack of support of new firmware is a deal breaker.
Kirk Steinklauber, Amazon
17 November 2014
Summary: I was fan of Buffalo DD-WRT routers because their capabilities. What frustrated me was when huge bugs like Heartbleed impacted such devices. The lack of new versions of DD-WRT on Buffalo website was one of the deal breakers for me.