Summary: I had big expectations about this item, but first, it wasn't the model advertised on the site, I expected a 3.0 USB and AC stream as well, but it was the exact model before that one, then the performance wasn't good, it seems it wasn't fully compatible with my chromecast cause it seems some of the frequencies weren't working ok so I had to disable some of them..
Summary: Installed in seconds after plugging in without a hitch. Has worked perfectly ever since right out of the box. I especially like the ability to check my modem online from anywhere to see who is using it, where they've been,and to block them.
Summary: Installed easy update great my wireless device in same room only gets 69% so not so happy seems to bottleneck on multiple connections sorry i thought i was buying a quality product.Had better wireless with netgear old router.
Summary: We were still using our old Linksys G Router which was quite adequate for general home use, but getting our LG Smart TV for Christmas made me start thinking about a need for more speed. When I saw the Daily Deal Slasher for this router (marked down to $70 from $160) I figured I'd give it a try. It arrived quickly, and was fairly easy to set up. From removing the Linksys to getting back Online was only about a half hour, much of which was crawling under the desk.
Summary: Plugged it in and had all 4 computers working with it in just minutes, then I connected the Hughesnet modem. It refused to communicate with the router until the tech came to make some changes, but it still balks and has to be rebooted several times a day. (The modem, not the router.
Summary: I bought this because somebody said that it worked in there house with thick walls. He was right it does. I have plaster and lath walls in my house plus concrete walls were the old fire place use to be. But none of them interfere with with signal from this router.
Cons: The bad experience relates to all the bad reviews on this product here on Newegg. It took me several hours to find out why it wouldn't work with my AT&T DSL modem. The problem lies in the automatic configuration of the routing table. D-Link has assigned the 192.168.7.0 network permanently as the guest WiFi network even if it's not turned on. The router automatically adds a route for this network, enabled or not, in the routing table. Unfortunately, 192.168.7.0 is used...