Summary: I expect this router will be fine eventually. But for me at the moment it drops connections as soon as it encounters any large streams of data. So no Youtube or iPlayer for more than 30 seconds. I gather it has a firmware bug and Vigor will send you an update, though they've yet to send me one. But why ship it with a bug?
Over-rated. Good solid router, but there's far better
Stu "Stu", Amazon
9 December 2010
Summary: This is a half-decent but very overrated brand of router - and this model is average at best. I bought it because I'd heard nothing but praise for Draytek routers on various forums. I can't help but feel a little short-changed. It's good enough, nothing exceptional (the circuitry inside is far from the latest kit - it's rebranded old stuff) but it's not amazing at all.
Summary: In bullet point form: Wireless g and N work flawlessly. Keeps the internet connection better than O2s standard router. Nice set of firewall options multiple ssids and protection from LAN is useful for those sharing an internet connection. No problems so far after 3 months.
Summary: I've owned one of these for almost a year now so I think I've got a reasonable perspective on this item. There are some great features. As a basic router it works well and I get good synchronisation rates from it. Draytek offer a variety of firemware levels to really let you tweak compatibility with the make/model of equipment in your exchange. Nice one Draytek.
Summary: I bought this to replace an adsl n router from a different company. Setup was straightforward for internet access, once I used the correct adsl cable - two are supplied and I plugged the voice cable into the line filter rather than data cable. It then worked straight out of the box. Wireless setup was simple and range / signal quality much better than previous machine. The only issue so far has been getting my laptop vpn client connection to work.
Summary: I bought this router as an upgrade from 802.11g to 802.11n and it was well worth the effort. The range is much better and we can now "see" it all over the house. Set up is easy and quick. All I had to do was to print out the settings from my previous router, then unplug all the cables and move them over. Log in and change a few settings to match my ISP and security requirements and the job was done.
Summary: This is an excellent piece of kit. I bought it after my Netgear router packed up completely, and my spare router is incredibly old and very clunky. I connected it to my network, and in very short order it connects to my broadband provider (when I get the password right!), and the wireless network was up and running in no time after changing a few settings in the router. The number of settings is incredible, and I've just started looking at some of them.
Summary: Had this for about a week now. I was looking for a replacement for my old Draytek 2600. Initially I bought a much cheaper Netgear router but that turned out to be unacceptably slow when using VPN passthrough (which I need for work). The 2710 is much more expensive, but the price is well worth it considering the quality you get. VPN passthough works perfectly with this router. I've not had any need for the wireless LAN.
Summary: I wanted an 'n' router for extended range over my old and reliable Netgear 834 G wireless router. Originally I bought a Linksys WAG 160 N but this was a disaster as it needed rebooting several times a day and the range was no better than the G router. Now bought the Dray Tek which so far has proved utterly reliable with much improved wireless speed and range giving 140 mbs with three bars signal where the Linksys only gave 11 mbs and one bar at best in my sons room.
Summary: Ich habe mir den Vigor2710Vn als Nachfolger zu meinem Vigor2700VG gekauft. Die Einrichtung ist nach wie vor kinderleicht und er unterstützt jetzt den n-WLAN Standard und besitzt einen USB-Port an dem man UMTS-Sticks, USB-Festplatten/Sticks und einen Drucker betreiben kann.