Summary: I've had a lot of routers and this one is OK. I needed one with the VPN feature and that part if it is good. It's pretty much a standard router but without some of the needed features that other routers have.
Summary: I ordered a pair of DIR-330s to use for a site-to-site VPN. The DIR-330's internal date and times is important for the link to be stable. There were several problems with the time settings. First the date could not be set manually past 2012.
Summary: i have this router in production, it's more stable than other dlink products that i had before, there was several problems, one is that port forwarding, you can't clean them or reset (they always stay here) but now i upgrade firmware to 1.23b and everything start working, i created two vpn, one...
A far less expensive option than a Cisco -- and more stable too!
21 March 2011
Summary: The D-Link DIR-330, like the Cisco VPN products it competes against, is definitely NOT for "beginners"! But if you know TCP/IP networking well, and understand encryption reasonably well, then you'll be happy with this alternative to the Cisco small business VPN alternatives.
Summary: I have never taken the time before to wright a review but felt I should on this product. I own 6 of these routers and have had very good results with all but 1. I use them for their VPN capabilities. The vpn server is easy to set up and works well with win xp, Vista and Win7 clients.
Tried everything to like this product.. it never happened
E. Cruz, Amazon
27 July 2009
Summary: Most people looking at this router is probably looking for a router with VPN capabilities. IT JUST NEVER WORKED FOR ME. I bought this a year ago, and tried all I could to configure VPN. It never worked. I emailed them, and they would usually reply back to me after 2 or 3 days.
Only cheap choice for WinXP VPN client - 4 months later - DON'T GET IT
E. Richards, Amazon
18 December 2008
Summary: April 2009: I'm updating my review because this simply doesn't work. The VPN from Windows to it ONLY works if you're not behind a NAT. With the NAT-Traversal turned on it get's to the second phase of authentication but never gets all the way.