Summary: I, like many other reviewers, found the router to work as advertised, mostly. like others, I never was able to get the printserver to work with my Lexmark 3200. But I mainly bought this item for its router/firewall capabilities. as with others, the unit worked fine for nearly 18 months.
Summary: The firewall/router portion of the FR114P is great and easy to set up, but the print server is useless! I have a Canon i850 on Windows XP, and it drags the print speed down so low that you want to cry. While printing graphics it literally pauses for a second or two after each pass of the print head.
Summary: As a previous owner of Netgear RP114 router, it was only natural to upgrade to the FR114p. I wanted a router for the following reasons: 1) to network my family's computers, 2) to provide security for my network, 3) to play games, 4) print server.
Summary: I have been using RT314 for over a year, and it's great! A few days ago, I saw FR114P at Fry's. I think it's about time to have a wired router/firewall/printer server product for around [hundred dollars]. I bought it, but I never got the printer server to work.
Summary: I upgraded my home net with several pieces of Netgear hardware, including the FR114P router, the WG102 Wifi Access Point, and the FS108P, an 8-port switch with 4 Power Over Ethernet (POE) ports. The AP and the POE switch have been excellent choices. Not so with the router.