Summary: At first I thought all was going great. Access router - entered in my IP addresses and names. Went back later to make a change and it was all gone. Re-entered all my info. Tried to go back and make another change. Could not even access the router. So I wanted to DEFAULT the unit before returning it.
Good router, handy smart phone app, wish it had external antennas
M. Jobbagy "Follow Your Bliss - Joseph Cambell", Amazon
29 December 2014
Summary: This is an adequite router. I like the fact that it does both bands, the 2.4 and 5 ghz. The 5 is less cluttered because most wi fi devices use the lower band, but it's distance is shorter, so there is a trade off there. It was easy enough for me to setup and use, I am an experienced computer user.
Summary: This router might be good for a novice user, but power users can find better for less money. First, it doesn't support DD-WRT firmware and is only an 802.11n and doesn't support the newer 802.11ac.
Summary: This is just an okay product, nothing special like another reviewer has mentioned. It bogs down our system to the point that the television freezes, the computers just go black, and well, skip the tablets altogether. When it does work, it is nice but again, nothing special nor has it been fast.
Summary: I spent the extra money for the 3500 model in order to get the USB port with external drive support so I could use a SimpleTech 500Gb drive as NAS. When I got the unit, it had the 1.0.xx firmware, which could see the drive fine but would not let me set up user access so that my other computers could...
Summary: My old router was getting outdated (it only supported 802.11g) and I needed a new one. I wanted to make sure I got something with good range since the internet connection at the far end of my house is not great (I don't live in a big house). That's one of the reasons why I chose this router.