Summary: This is a good, basic router. I ended up not using it because I bought it for my business and the range of the wifi on it is too short, only about 10 feet or so. Would be good for a home office or smaller area.
Summary: I recently traveled internationally with this router. I gave up trying to get the 3G mobile side running, it just never worked. I suppose there are too many 3G modems and configurations out there. I also used it as a wireless modem where an internet connection was available, one site worked great and at another site it would simply not connect to the network.
Summary: The only internet available where I live is 3/4G. When we first got it, the only company that had a 3G router was CradlePoint. It worked well, but our router is no longer supported or updated and access seemed to be slower than before so thought a new router might do better. D-Link was less expensive than CradlePoint so thought I'd get it but I have now returned to the old router as it is more stable.
Summary: This doesn't work with the new 3g modems in Costa Rica. Better check with your provider BEFORE you buy it to see if it is compatible. In Costa Rica it only works with the old 3g Kolbi modems. I had to order some old modems from Amazon to be able to use this router in Costa Rica. Also note that the only countries in setup wizard are USA and Canada and not worldwide. I had to call customer support for help to get it to work outside US or CANADA.
Summary: I bought this recently and ended up spending 1/2 a day getting it configured. I've configured my share of cisco, linksys and dlink routers over the years. This was just a little stubborn to accept the configuration. Once I got it working I got, at best, about 72 Mbps out of it on 3 different machines. I have a Wireless N Cisco router that reports a full 140 Mbps. Using the same machines with this Wireless N router each reports about 1/2 that connectivity rate.