Summary: i bought the router to replace a netgear 1 as the rest of my network is tp link consisting of a 24port gigabit switch, 16port 100mbps switch, 2x 8 port 100mbps switch,200mbps powerline adapters, 300mbps access point, 2x 150mbps access point, usb print server, magnetic antenna, 5m antenna cable,5...
Summary: This one is fine to buy a good product...but i bought in error what you need to buy to be more futureproof is the model up. ie the 300mbps version this is the faster wireless N product. It's not that much more expensive.
Summary: I chose this model above the more advanced (newer) TPlink models on the basis of its reputation for reliability, which on my experience so far looks well-earned. Our place is a long way from the exchange (which inevitably means limited speed), and the house layout also makes for a weak wireless...
Summary: I took a risk on this item as I had not heard of this make. The router works great has'nt dropped out at all as yet. The only down side was the set up program. Lots of settings that a home user, like myself, don't really know anything about. It took some time working out all the jargon.
Summary: Had years of instability on long line. Read reviews and purchased this router and sync / stability noe after 2 months is the best my line has EVER been. Recommended. Nevermind other big name routers.
Summary: I needed a basic replacement router in a hurry and this looked to be good value. Easy to set with Windows 7 and Vista but needed to do some manual configuration with an XP laptop to get it to work.
Summary: This is the first wireless router /modem I ever bought and I decided on this one because of the positive reviews and because people said it's very simple to install. Well, if you are technically challenged like I am, it's not quite that straightforward.