Summary: I've ordered this router from Amazon; it came defective. Then a replacement router (same model 704up) - also defective. D-link tech support was surprised that their new routers were not functioning at all.
Summary: Hi, The router function works as expected. Unfortunately I Paid for the printserver too. It does not work with my Epson Stylus cx4100,D-Link could at least put a list of actual supported printers in its web site. Altough its such an old product it is still sold in Brazil.
Summary: I can't give 5 stars for this product. I use it as my main router. It works but sometimes it crashes and I have to go through some pains to recover it. When I tried to upgrade it through the dlink website it is another problem. So I am still running it like the way it came.
Summary: As nowadays everything is becoming a router I have not yet had the oportunity to test the router of the DI 704UP. I own three of these with different printers (HP 1200 laserjet and Samsung 1210, 1430 and 1450), Finally I found something that is not stated in any documentation of these products.
Summary: Having recently gotten DSL and having two laptops I wanted to have internet access from both independently. This device allowed that and also I was able to share one printer on the same cable goind throught the router; a nice plus.
Summary: I am very computer savvy, however networks are not one of my strong points. I have worked with them before and can usually navigate my way around without too much trouble. However, this router has given me nothing but problems.
Summary: I don't know where to begin! The installation software is only for the print server and I never got that far. I am unable to access the HTML interface despite hours of repeating the sparse installation procedures. Online Help? I'm not happy so far with this either as it has not provided any relief.
Summary: I am happy with this router. I have a HP845C USB printer that was not listed as being supported on the D-link web site, but I had no problem networking my 2 home pc's to access DSL internet and the printer. I was unable to find another product with the USB print server feature with the router.
Summary: Warning : The product description says "USB print server" not "Maybe a USB print server". The list of the printers that are actually supported is buried in their website. I had no trouble connecting a Windows 2000 PC to a LAN port and using my DSL connection but a Windows XP computer, connected...
Summary: Beware of a few things. First the print server is compatble with very few printers. Go to D-Link's website and make sure your printer is compatible. Also if you are running a firewall on your PC's they may not see each other. The documentation is very sparse.