Summary: Bought this product in December 2012. It was a good router to begin with but as routers go, it appears this product has some built in obsolescence and the router now requires a lot of restarts and will frequently drop signal to devices.
Summary: I bought this router to replace my Netgear router. In judging the Buffalo by the price, compared to that of the Netgear, I expected it to work a lot better but unfortunately it does not even come close to the cheaper Netgear. Too bad I had sold the Netgear already..Live and learn.
Summary: After my Netgear N900 router died ( another review to come later) I bought this Buffalo wireless router. I have a Buffalo NAS that I like a lot and this had pretty good reviews, so I bought it, but I don't think mine works all that well.
ROMERO R. Gilbert Gesel "sound and tech...", Amazon
15 April 2013
Summary: The original firmware is very basic, you can only setup a few settings, i only use it with N band (2.4 and 5Ghz) and iam not happy with the throughput (only 10MB/s on a Laptop with dual N network card), any cheaper N router does work like this.
Summary: Bought this unit to replace a Linksys WRT54G. First unit I received was dead on arrival as diagnosed by Buffalo Technical support. A replacement unit sent by Amazon was easily set up and demonstrated significantly faster transfers through my network between my two computers.
Summary: I purchased the WZR-D1800H when it first came out and it has been a total dissapointment. If all your wireless equipment are in the same room this router will work for you. My 5 year old D link router has 4x the distance of this unit.