Excerpt: My old router wore out and would disconnect me repeatedly. This D-Link Router was a nice mid-priced solution for my house and home office. So far it's worked well, has a quick connection and hasn't blinked yet.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Summary: I got this for streaming video from Netflix in our back bedroom. Works well with a 4 bar signal no waiting for it to buffer. I have a three bar signal in the garage which is a separate from the main house. Use with all my wireless devices laptops, kindles and directv devices.
Good for simultaneous VPN sessions, user interface could use some improvement
E. Ellington, Amazon
25 April 2013
Summary: We've had this router for about a month, and we've been generally happy with it. We chose D-Link because it's one of the few wireless routers that specifically states it supports multiple simultaneous VPN client sessions.
Summary: everything on this device works as prescribed except for the 'scheduling' feature. i trade many emails and a few phone calls with tech support only to find out that the user manual does not accurately describe how the scheduling feature works (it does not, in fact, work).
Summary: Revised review, now the sucker works & has been working w/o fail for 6-9 months. Like the round shape as it doesn't fall over easily. Purchased to replace the older (& very reliable) Dir-655 which was moved to another location.
Summary: One of the better reviewed gigabit routers that I've found Pros: Easy and quick install gigabit connections better coverage 300mbps wifi Small footprint Cons: Odd form factor for mounting Lacks informational LEDs on front
Summary: We have a very large home with many walls between where our DSL modem sits and where we like to use our wireless tablet / computing devices. This router was literally "plug and play". Once I attached it to our modem, I had near-immediate results to 130mbps to the other side of our home.
Summary: It's not Plug and Play. It took me several hours to figure out the right configuration. The external hard drive must be in NTSF or FAT formats or else the router won't read it. You have to also configure the router to read the drive. This was frustrating especially if you aren't a computer geek.