Summary: Got the AC1750 in March and it started out working very well. Only 4 weeks in and it started to have problems with speed. I tested my modem and I was getting 15 to 20 Mbps at that point. Plug in the Linksys and it would drop to 0.5 Mbps.
Summary: It is okay, the management interface is not very intuitive. It seems Cisco/Linksys took a complicated route with convoluted features to make this device easier for a non-tech home user to manage. I would give them a C- for this attempt.
Summary: Well, setup was pretty easy. When it works it is great. BUT, it losses connection often. Have problems connecting with my Android devises. Iphones connect fine, but those are my kids, and I was going to keep my old wireless for them.
Summary: Dependable on a whole. 5Ghz band nothing special. Tried to isolate OnePlus phone on a 5Ghz network dedicated but range lacking. Had hoped to go wireless to my streaming BluRay in front room (from bedroom) but still occasional buffering. After initial set up struggles it's solid.
Excerpt: Bought this to replace an older one that was unreliable. During set up, it wouldn't recognize the password sent with the unit. Called Cisco customer service and got it working. But found out that the warranty was going to expire at the end of January. Turns out the unit was manufactured in 2013.
It has a very simplistic and easy gui, but not much for customizing options (e
Mejosh D., Amazon
7 January 2015
Summary: Not as much functionality as I expected. It has a very simplistic and easy gui, but not much for customizing options (e.g. cannot set different parental controls for guest network from the main.)
Summary: The range of my ATT was better.. The reason I gave it 3 stars was because of the AC speeds.. I created 2 ssids. .. One for 2.4 and one for AC 5.0 which is fast .. The parent controls keep failing.. I upgraded to latest firmware but no luck