Summary: I did my research by reading the reviews both negative and positive. I sifted through them all and I STILL bought the thing. I couldn't be happier. After reading the installation notes and removing the data label for safe keeping, I just plugged it in and turned it on and entered the address from the data label, set the network preferences and it was done. Two to three minutes hookup time.
Summary: I needed a solid router after my other one would randomly drop connections with devices. I liked the design and features this router had to offer. It has overall been a solid router. I have yet to have a disconnect from any device using it. I cannot get the speed my ISP is allotting me but the stability is nice.
Summary: The range on this device is horrible! On a wired connection I get around 150 Mbps. Standing directly in front of it on WiFi I get around 52 Mbps. One room away I goes down to 30 Mbps. Two rooms away it looses signal regularly but when it does connect its around 10 Mbps. I have a rather small house and when I bought this router I was excited about the 600 Mbps but over the last few months I have realized what a waste of money this device is!
Works Great, if you don't smash it while setting it up!
6 August 2014
Summary: When it comes to routers, I Always buy D-Link, especially as they are the only brand that has LAN IP address reservations, in most of their models. Once in operation and set-up, this models daily useage would qualify for 5 Stars: * No overheating, or too warm problems (constantly running for about 8 months now) * consistent gigbit wired network, that works well with a gigabit switch * dual band N network works very good, and I have not experienced any drop offs (that I...
Summary: I replaced a refurbished Netgear WNDR3400 (DO NOT BUY THIS ROUTER) with this D-Link. There was some improvement, but the customer reported even better WiFi performance from an Apple Airport Extreme.
Summary: I had been looking for a new router after buying a Smart television. It would make it about 20 minutes into programing, then say I had no internet connection. I was hoping 600 Mbps would be enough. It was not. As long as you don't need to stream HD video on the other side of a large home, you should be fine. Easy set up and such.
Summary: Complete waste of money. Hooked up side by side with my cisco router. Dlink broadcasted 12mbps. Cisco 79.3mbps. Not even close. Also drops signal every 25 min like clockwork! Keep the router you have and just open up ports for "cloud" access. This is a huge POS!
Summary: I bought this because I trusted that Amazon would not be handling it if problematical. It then never worked without connectivity issues. I did what I could to troubleshoot it, but gave up in June and contacted tech support, only to reach someone who spoke fractured English and mostly could not be understood. All he offered was to change wireless channels and upgrade the firmware from 1.02 to 1.04.
Summary: I had an old DIR 615 for years and it worked great until my internet's wireless router modem made it useless. I gave it to my friend who moved to California and it greatly improved her wireless connectivity. Well I moved from my 1200 sq ft apartment to a 4500 sq ft house. I had to switch to comcast with the built in wireless router and modem. At first things were great. 57 Mbps wired speed and about 22 Mbps wireless which is plenty fast for me.