Summary: Sent it back. Worked great as a simple ADSL modem/router. However, I also wanted advanced features such as simple port forwarding, FTP and the ability to choose my DDNS service. This device only supports www.dyndns.org for remote access, a fee based company with pretty poor service.
Summary: PROS: Cost- -ease of installation- quick and simple setup -all connections and adapters provided -well packaged -many changeable settings for the advanced user -very good WIFI range -versatile connectivity -2 USB ports CONS: For -me- the only CON is my ADSL connection download speeds are 26%...
Summary: Out of the box this had some issues assigning ip addresses. Technical support was pretty knowledgable but difficult to understand. A firmware upgrade had me up and running. Wireless speed performance seems a little slower than my old setup but I haven't run a whole lot of speed tests to verify that.
Summary: I needed to replace a five year old 2Wire DSL modem router wireless unit that the phone company installed. I was having internet connection failures a couple of times a week and I thought it was time to replace it with a current modem/router.
Product is nice. Easy setup but coverage is just normal even ...
rana prashant, amazon.in
20 November 2014
Summary: Product is nice. Easy setup but coverage is just normal even though it has 3 antenna. If you have big house or thick walls then you have to buy a wifi extender too otherwise no prob with product
Summary: Be aware, this router does site to site VPN only, it cannot act as a VPN server for client access which is what I was under the impression of when I bought it. Other than that the features it has for the cost are great.
Summary: I got this principally for the print server function; turned out to be completely unusable under linux, which is disappointing if not particularly surprising. The reason it had to go back,though, is that even under Windoze it doesn't support printing to my bog-standard HP MFP, which *was*...
Summary: The router is good. Lots of features. I will recommend it for Windows based home lan usage. T-Link support has been a let down as I wanted to use it with a *nix based system and they were not so forthcoming to help.