Summary: I got this to replace my DSL modem/router and a stand alone FXO PSTN adapter as a DSL modem/router it worked okay but did not use it for long. as an FXO they need to go back to the drawing board. If you just use it for an answering device maybe, but passing a PSTN line through to a VoIP server is a MAJOR Fail, audio was noisy on incoming calls and the Caller ID was that of my SIP account on the VoIP server.
Summary: It is a excellent router, the range distance and all the features are amazing, stable and fast. you need to put something to make the distance between the base of the router and the table, or where you place, keeps you cool, not hot, in fact, not very hot, even with excessive use of data, but so it stays cooler. I do not know attach pictures, if not, would teach them how to put it keeps you cool.
Disappointing as anything other than an ADSL modem and wi-fi
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 July 2014
Summary: I spent a good deal of time trying to get this modem to work effectively, but have not had much success. 1) It works just fine as an ADSL modem. 2) The wi-fi signal works well. 3) The VOIP service does not work well. There have been many times when the VOIP function did not work, yet a computer using the wi-fi connection and running VOIP software (Callcentric through Zoiper, or Skype) worked great. 4) The NAS function is limited.
Summary: I am so glad that I discovered this modem router. The one that I was forced by AT&T to purchase (then replaced twice because defective) was a piece of junk. It was constantly falling off line which caused havoc with my work and pleasure. After putting up with that for almost 2 years, I was willing to do something different. My options for service are quite limited as I live on an Island, so it's not like I can easily cancel and pick up a new service provider.