Summary: This is my third router over the years. It's my fifth if I count the two that I returned. The very first one is made by D-Link. It could not even download a file correctly. That was really terrible. It should have been on the market. Then I bought linksys WRT54G. It was average. Several years ago, I switched to Trendnet TEW-432BRP. I think the Trendnet router is much better. However, recently, the Ethernet link will drop during busy hours for some reason.
Summary: I have Comcast as my provider. I plugged in the modem (per the instructions), connected via wireless, went to [...]- and then chose DHCP and set my own password. I'm writing this review via my wireless connection, so it seems to be working fine...
Summary: Have AT&T as ISP. Had an issue getting the router config with modem. But was able to reach Tenda technical support( after a few days trying to reach someone on the phone. Prior getting TS was about to take router back to Microcenter) and was able to get the router config correctly to modem. Works just fine now! Wireless works great with ipad and laptop. So, call TS if you run into problems getting router to config with DSL/Cable modem.
Summary: I bought this router to replace a piece of junk D-link d615 router that kept dropping connections randomly and re-booting inself 2-3 times a day.
Pros: It's stable, fast, and provides a wide variety of options for security, wan/lan, virtual servers, etc. Big antennas provide excellent signal strenth and range.
Cons: Setup wasnt as easy as stated - having the basic knowledge of wireless networking helps. Took me 3 trys and resets before I got everything set properly and working. Documentation is vague, but not enough to deduct an egg.
Summary: I absolutely love the Tenda Networking products, it's costs way less than the big name brands but does not cheap out on the quality. You can use it to connect wirelessly to home network and internet. This is a very cheap and effective piece of kit which I highly recommend.