I work as a tech and have had great luck with these routers when I need a dual-wan ...
15 September 2015
Summary: I work as a tech and have had great luck with these routers when I need a dual-wan solution. Configuration is straightforward and they've been pretty reliable, that said, when I di need service for one, it was painful.
I just replaced by FVS318 with the FVS336GV3. Took ...
Steve Glanstein, Amazon
12 September 2015
Summary: I just replaced by FVS318 with the FVS336GV3. Took a few hours to get it working. I'm on the latest firmware also. The speedtest.net shows NO IMPROVEMENT over the FVS318. Still getting about 6/5 d/u mbps. When I bypass the FVS336 and go directly to the router I get 60/20.
This is a decent little device that is, as the saying goes, a jack of all trades, master of none.
28 July 2015
Summary: Summary: I had my share of issues with this VPN/Firewall/Switch, but in the end it's a serviceable little device that attempts to work as a prosumer device with some professional features and a marginal consumer interface.
Meh. Be prepared if you're going to try to VPN with this.
Erik B. Halverson, Amazon
20 July 2015
Summary: It does the basic stuff fine (routing, DHCP, DNS). Good SNMP for my monitoring system. The interface is a little dated. The VPN setup procedure is amateurish (I finally gave up, and I'm an ex-network engineer). The VPN client is laughably bad (I'd be embarrassed if I were Netgear).
Don't waste a week of your life trying to get this to work!
K. V. MILLER, Amazon
6 June 2015
Summary: Was upgrading from the FVS318 to the FVS336G to get better network performance as well as take advantage of my upgraded speed from my ISP provider (FVS318 is limited to just 11.85 Mbps, and is just plain old now).
Summary: Everything (almost) works as it should. Compared to the Cisco RV320, this is by far superior. VoIP, NAT, Firewall, VLANs, etc. Just works. Has been running for a month straight and not a single issue. The "almost" deals with multiple IP WAN.
Summary: This Router is designed to balance the load and routes between two separate WAN IP addresses, so this can't be considered a "feature." It's an essential function to this box. Yet, when this functionality is enabled, other LAN security features, such as IP blocking, MAC filtering, static routing,...