I have not tested the VPN features (no need) but VLAN options work great, easy to assign devices permanent addresses (like my ..
19 February 2015
Summary: Received the newest hardware revision and updated to the V2.0 firmware immediately. Tons of options for controlling your network and viewing statistics. Very simple to use, fast throughput. I have a D-link switch running to 22 ports around my house, and plugged in I get the full speed of my connection everywhere. I have not tested the VPN features (no need) but VLAN options work great, easy to assign devices permanent addresses (like my network printers).
Summary: This has been a solid device for several months. One is serving ~10 PCs, a HD camera server, 3 Printers, and WAP2/ WiFi serving a few employee cell phones and a laptop in back-office. All networked devices stay connected with high speed. No drama. I like the USB configuration backup option, and the 8 physical data ports with status lights. We are using the latest Firmware 1.09B32_WW.
Summary: Very easy to set up, stealth mode works, can turn off external web admin, can use with a bridged ADSL router used as an ADSL modem, so has the logon capability for that, fast enough for the fastest cable internet available at present
This just works - no reboots - no headaches. Very reliable.
TB "TB", Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: I just wanted a simple no frills/reliable router as the central point of my home network. The first thing I did was update the firmware to the latest available version. I then set this up with a connection to my cable modem, enabled DHCP, enabled UPnP and turned on some ports that I need for my IP cameras. Everything else was turned off. It's been running non-stop with no need for reboots.
Summary: Very good one. Every things works according to spec. DOCUMENTATION sucks. The documentation don't match the firmware. SSL VPN client only work with IE9 or below. When(or If I get time) I will post some of the things online.
Summary: Router is much faster than our old Cicso. The only oddity is that the power plug is on the back, and the other plugs are on the front. I suppose this is more efficient from a surface-area perspective, but it's kind of annoying to have cables running *everywhere*. Regardless, great router.