Summary: I've been very happy with this router. With DD-WRT this thing is a mini computer if you want to use it as such. USB supports both storage and printers. There is also support to run many different services for remote access, torrent clients, etc. I don't know that I've ever *had* to reboot it.
Summary: I bought this router with no intention of running either the simplified Buffalo firmware, or the stock DD-WRT (Pro firmware) that they kindly provided. I prefer OpenWRT, and was looking for a better router to run it on.
Summary: I am not going to get to technical with this review there are plenty of other reviews that can do that, the router works well, i can connect all my devices, but the advertisement of the feature set is very misleading. The product advertises that its a dual band design, which it is.
Summary: Expectations were not met, and really need to do more research. Found limitations of router in support and function. Port Forwarding is apparently a known issue based on blogs and forums I have read noting the issues during configuration.
Summary: I mainly bought this router to be able to broadcast one network which shares a VPN and another which does not. The router runs DD-WRT and allos for VPN support. I do not like the modified version of DD-WRT, but most all of the functionality is there and it is a much better router than many Netgear...
Summary: I switched from DLink to this one after reading reviews about support of open source DD-WRT software. Connectivity constantly drops, I never had so much connectivity issues with my old Dlink. It's not worth the money and time.
Summary: I bought two of these routers primaily for the price and that it supported radius accounting. I am not using the 5ghz band because it is of no use to me . However i notice that every 12 hours or so the router just stops sending out the wifi Signal on the 2.4Ghz band . Rebooting doesn't even help .