Summary: AT&T is my DSL provider. They were not pleased that I ordered an outside wireless modem but helped me get through the setup along with TP-Link customer service. During the afternoon I keep losing signal but believe it is from ATT since it also happened at the old place with an ATT modem. I believe this modem is dong a good job.
Summary: For the price it's worth it for me as I only have slow 748mb provider The range is a little short , however the web site does say that adjustments can be made that can help. I have purchased a booster instead and am fine with that. Don't forget this is a modem and router in one. Walmart great as usual.
Summary: Set up was easy I just had to get the settings from my DSL provider. I've got a ranch style house (1300 sq ft) with the router at one end and Roku at the other. If you get more than 5 feet away signal drop is pretty steep. 60% in the living room (25 ft) and the speed drops to to 1.7 mbps. I would not buy it again without an improvement in signal strength.
Summary: Good router, however, you have to study to setup IPTV as airtel people can't help (they have no idea how to). Also, range is only slightly better than my previous airtel supplied beetel router. In case this helps you, IPTV can be setup using the link below as a guide http://www.tp-link.in/article/?
Summary: Great value but limited functions. I am a fan of TP-Link routers. The main problem with them is there are so many to choose from and on Amazon the more expensive ones are not necessarily the best. This was the cheapest when I purchased it (£24) but there are cheaper and better ones now. It works great, for the vast majority of people, but there are some things you should be aware of. - TP-Link did not intend this model for the UK market.
Summary: The router arrived a day later than estimated, but I could live with that. The problem I had was setting up; other reviews stated that they didn't even need to use the enclosed CD - I did, any settings I entered directly into the router saved, but didn't work. Only when I entered them using the set-up cd did they actually have the effect they should have. Then I unplugged it, and took it to where the router was to live - turned it on and the settings failed again.
Summary: Good budget router. I ended up returning it as it would only accept 8 MAC numbers. TP Links support is worthless. Apart from that the router is definity worth the price, If the was no issue with the MAC numbers I would have kept it.
Summary: I bought this router to replace a Thomson TG585 v7 in the hope that the wireless performance would be better. However, it turned out that the modem was prone to drop connection to the exchange 5 or 6 times a day in contrast to the Thomson which was rock solid in that department and could maintain a connection for weeks on end If like me you have a very long line to the exchange then perhaps I can suggest that this may not be the router for you