Summary: Once i got it plugged in it took over two hours with tech support from TPLink and ISP and neither could tell me why the the thing wouldnt reconfigure. Took diving into the obscure sections of setup to find the problem.
Summary: When people sign up for DSL, the first thing that should go in their mind is, "buy a modem". It's because ISPs usually charge $5.00 to lease their modem. On the plus side of that, at least they are able to service you better because they know their own equipment, but still, that's $5.00 a month.
Pros: The aesthetics is fairly nice. The unit worked straight off the box. You just need to know your ISP's configuration and it should work. It's best to run the wizard and have the ISP's configuration handy. As instructed in the manual, you must call your ISP so that you can request the correct confi...
Cons: Apparently stopped working in the middle of my Black Friday shopping. Somewhere around 5AM PST in the morning, it suddenly dropped my internet. I was still connected onto the router, and I was still able to navigate through the menu, but the modem stopped working. I tried turning off and on, and ...
Excerpt: Nothing bad so far, but its range seems little bit less...if u hv kept router in one room than its catching only 2 signal in the next room and similarly on the 1st floor. But compare to other products on the market its quiet satisfactory.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Highly Compatible, Secure
Excerpt: I bought this product and from the very 1st day Wifi was not workig properly. When ever someone uses Wifi the modem gets restarted. Now its been 3 weeks that it has not been replaced and if we call their Service centre they simply say it ll take some time to replace.