Summary: I am very satisfied with this VPN router. I programmed it in maybe 20 minutes and the response lapse is very fast, no constant reboots. The menus are VERY easy to understand, the functionalities are pretty straight forward.
Summary: Nice Solution for heavy use SOHO. I have 50 connections and Dual Wan, heavy security cam system, video etc... that my old router was struggling to keep up with. Works great for Load Balance & Failover. Not a network professional but UI was easy to figure out.. except for port forwarding...
Summary: Even though we have a pretty simple network, I was concerned about installing this device. we have Comcast cable internet (100Mbps) and AT&T DSL (6 Mb) as backup. with no visitors, we have 40 or so devices and IP addresses assigned, some static, the majority DHCP.
Summary: I am glad I finally tried this router. I have been a faithful Cisco user, but once I needed to keep an VPN up without hick-ups, I realized the Cisco does not have a good Small Business solution. I have 4 locations that must access a central server to run all the retail applications.
Summary: EDIT: Down to 1 star as of 5/17/15, see below. I used to love this router. But lately we've had some serious issues with DHCP. About 15 months after we got it, we started having issues. It would only give out IP addresses to certain devices.
Summary: We have both Time Warner Cable and AT&T DSL internet at home and after reading reviews of many Multi-Wan router, we've finally decided to get this one, even though the price is a bit high for a router. One main reason is because it has gigabit connection as my whole home is wired to gigabit.
Summary: Works great, and does exactly what is designed to do. I have to admit im not a network expert and there are a lot of features and options in the routers configuration but if you get lost in there the manual that came with mine was very clear and concise.