Summary: A very bad wireless router. Always drop signal in the middle of a web browsing, or VoIP call. We just use it to connect to ISP, in order to browse web, and my spouse will call relatives overseas through a VOIP I have set up.
Summary: You really are better of upgrading any and I mean ANY old firmware to this box if you can. There really is no saving grace to this guy. You are so much better of with ANYTHING ELSE> Even if you are DIRT DIRT DIRT POOR. You are better of spending the money on something that works for more then a day.
Pros: it looks nice. Low power consumption. It can use other firmware. great router for EMERGENCYS . Suddenly, setting up your cisco router from scratch does not seem to be a bad Idea anymore LOL. If you love to power cycle your gear daily, this guys for you.
Cons: You are never going to be mad at another router ever again. When you wonder just how bad a router can be, you will always say, KEEBOX was WORSE> Even compared to some really bad Cisco branded routers, you really have to go far to get this bad. Not only does it just give up the ghost so you can't ...
Summary: I purchased this wireless router and it was not working in both my home and office (I did follow the instruction to install and configure). Eventually, I gave up and returned it to Walmart. Probably, the one which Walmart shipped to me was a bad one
Summary: I have been using this at a vacation home for some wifi. I have had a couple of issues that may be related to this router. We have 2 Kindle fire HDX units that do not see this wifi. I have tried several steps but they just don't see this connection. All of my other devices do.
Summary: I set this up for my moms house, has been working perfectly for the past 6 months. The setup was straight forward and the router has all the standard features you would expect in a budget product.
Summary: This router really gives you a lot of bang for your bucks. Easy to set up, great security features and great price. Setting up with my ATT DSL was a simple task. It also came with 4 ethernet ports which is great for lumping together larger network devices like print server or NAS at the same...
Summary: This is a W150NR V2 NOT V1 and does not work the same. There is no bridge mode and no AP mode. The router knows host names but will not route with them. If this is important to you, look for something else. KEEBOX does not bother to tell the consumer this.
Summary: Bought this router to retire my aging Linksys. This model is pretty decent. Setup was easy and connected with everything. Everything meaning, 3 laptops and HP printer. I have used many other WiFi products and this one tops them all.