Summary: I purchased this N router to replace my older G router. Overall I am happy with the unit. I do get a better signal in my house and my Chromecast streaming is not lagging like it was. This unit is not overly complicated and very easy to set up. They only issue I have with it is after you are connected to the router either via wireless or Ethernet cable by using the password 1 time, you no longer have to enter a password to access the device (yes, even wirelessly).
Summary: The disk I received with the unit was defective and I was unable to download it. No instructions came with it and there was nobody to contact. I chalked it up to a good lesson. I don't recommend this product.
Cons: Hooked it up and it work for a little while then crapped out will not broadcast a signal at all. I cannot get a hold of any customer service or technicians thought it was my modem but my Linksys works without a hitch need help please can't give a good review on something that is not really working. Will be glad to change review if I can get some help.
Summary: The router is a piece of junk. This will not connect via DHCP to my ISP, Comcast. The modem is confirmed to work fine, so it is not a Comcast problem (surprizingly). The router appears to save my WPA wireless security settings, but no devices will connect using the password specified. It's also worth noting that this router is not DD-WRT compatable. I bought this at Microcenter and will be returning promptly tomorrow. As my inklings told me while I was in the store...
Summary: Here's my good deed of the day: a DHS daily email referred me to this article which states TENDA wireless routers from China have a hidden back door allowing access to your network. Here's a quote from the article: "My shiny new ReaverPro box made relatively short work of cracking WPS," he claimed, "providing access to the WLAN and a subsequent root shell on the router.
Summary: I was attracted to the price of this router, only $20 at Microcenter. The setup process seemed quite easy, although the instruction sheet needs a LOT of work to clean up the English (why can't they ever hire a native speaker for an editor?) When I set it up, it worked great on the cable-connected Ethernet ports. However, when I tried to update the firmware, the unit kept freezing before completion. And then during reboot, it freezes up again, too.
Summary: Have at&t dsl, and I couldn't get it to work. No English instructions, but they wont help much anyhow (basic plug in diagrams). Went to Tenda website where they have detailed fixes, and found a solution. Had to Change a few settings on the router. works good now.