Works fine except wireless performance, IPv6 support
7 December 2012
Summary: I upgraded to the RV220W from the Linksys WRT54GL which I've had in trouble-free operation for years. However, I wanted to move along to N-class wireless, gigabit Ethernet ports, and IPv6 support.
Summary: Reading the other reviews, I was a bit nervous. I needed a router that could handle LAN traffic swiftly, and maximize the link to the 100Mb WAN link. Also, I wanted a device that could host VPN services so users on the road can connect to the LAN.
Summary: The firewall does everything i need it to as a home router providing vpn access to file servers Easy set-up and quick to learn features make this router a dream for a begining\small business or a workstations admin to a brighter future if features are digested.
Summary: Overall, I'm pretty happy with this purchase. I replaced our Netgear FVS318s we were using for site-to-site VPN with the Cisco RV220W and got many more features like SSL VPN and virtual wireless networks for client internet access without giving them access into our network.
Summary: Pros: Powerful, Secure, Strong wireless VPN router Cons: May take a little troubleshooting as the airwaves are getting full of signals. I first used this as a 4 port switch/router before working too much with the wireless.