Summary: We've been using this router now for several years. We do have wireless internet and it does work very very quickly so I have no major complaints. However, our house is pretty small but once you've gone down the hall and into any of our bedrooms the signal is extremely weak or non existent...
Version 1 was shipped although version 2 already exists
Sassan Karai "sjoker", Amazon
27 August 2010
Summary: I had hoped to receive the latest version of the device - after having researched the product website but version 1 shipped. The firmware was outdated as well, it was still running version 1.1.00.32 instead of the newer May 2010 version 1.1.00.41.
Summary: Given my wired/wireless network mix, it's certainly nice to have a combo DSL & router and not have to worry about the IP address of the router masking the IP address of the DSL modem. Easy to set up, very reliable, and I've only had to reboot it a couple of times in the past few months.
Summary: Make sure from your ISP before you buy a ADSL modem if your connection is ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ (Older technology) or VDSL/VDSL2 (New technology). This is dependent on the connection they ran to your house and and not city / ISP. ADSL and VDSL are NOT compatible with each other.
Summary: I bought this "gateway" to replace one supplied by AT&T (2Wire). The DGND3300 is feature rich and I did not find setup too difficult, although I must confess to being a neophyte at wireless networking. This gateway is supposed to be energy conserving.
Summary: As an IT Professional, I read many reviews and scoured the Internet looking for a good ADSL router. Having to choose an ADSL router, I knew that they tend to have less performance than normal cable/ CAT5 routers. Anyway, the DGND3300-100NAS seemed like a good choice.
Summary: Yes it does work as advertised with all the bells, whistles and dazzling lights, but some other wireless DSL routers have similar functionality and are priced for a little less. After my old 2-wire DSL router died, I decided to buy this as a replacement. I couldn't wait for shipping.
A good router in the making, firmware not quite ready as I write this
Bruce Perens, Amazon
10 August 2010
Summary: Everything in a review of a device like this is really a review of the device firmware. And the firmware is still in development. Some features, like USB and file sharing, are just starting to work. If you are a Linux guru and want an advanced router, you can have some fun with this right now.
Summary: I liked the idea of having a combination one device instead of a separate modem & router to eliminate a couple of extra wires, and I liked the idea that it might be faster and have less interference on the 2.4 ghz band. Okay on the first, but otherwise no improvement over my old wireless-G network.