Summary: In that earlier review, we discovered that using the router’s web interface to change the router’s SSID broke Cisco Connect. The new firmware not only forces you to use Cisco Connect to change the SSID, it uses the very same SSID for both the 2.4- and 5GHz networks. So when your client Wi-Fi adapter surveys the airspace, it sees only one network plus the guest network. That’s just dumb.
Pros: A brain-dead zombie could connect a wireless client using Cisco Connect.
Cons: Crap benchmark performance; NAS feature doesn't support NTFS drives; can't share a USB printer.