Summary: Excellent , easy to setup, Used two isps, Comcast and a local power company, 1 lan for 1gig -48 port switch, 1 lan connected to a Ubiquiti TS-5-POE TOUGHSwitch 5 Port Advanced Power Ethernet Controller, dmz to server, tested and used automatic failover of wan when one isp goes down, Also turned on traffic routing to make 80% approx. of band to route through Comcast and local power not as robust.
Nice router, but only gives you 220mbit/sec with firewall turned on
Jeff Lorenzini, Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: Their documentation says they can do 350mbit/sec, but when I got my 300/20 Time Warner connection and speed tested it, I only got 220mbit/sec. Without the router it does 300/20 no problem, but with the firewall enabled on the router I only get 220mbit. I could buy a non-stateful inspection firewall router, but I'm not using the full speed anyway, the most I find myself actually using is around 150mbit, so whatever, I'll keep it.
Summary: I was not sure I would love this product, but the other day, one of the internets failed and the system grabs only from the one that works and I only notice it goes slower but no issues with connectivity.
Summary: I'll keep this short and sweet. Setup was fairly straight forward to get it up and running in a Dual Wan Configuration. Adding port forwarding, et cetera is easy once you're familiar with the menus, but the router seems to need to be rebooted every few days or internet slows way down. Not impressed with that one big flaw, other than that, for the price, you can't beat it!
Summary: I replaced a Snapgear sg560 with this. The Snapgear was old but perfect. The problem was that it couldn't handle the new faster Internet speeds. I work from home and needed a IPSec tunnel to our local Jacksonville office and a PPTP tunnel to our Boston office. The IPSec tunnel works great but not so much for the PPTP tunnel.
I've finally found the router I've been looking for.
22 July 2013
Summary: This is an industrial strength router that has performed flawlessly so far. I have a cable and DSL connection coming into the house and I've wanted a good dual WAN router for a while now to manage this but couldn't find an affordable model that had the performance and features I wanted, until now. Let's go through the features. High NAT throughput. This is the only relatively inexpensive router that I could find that provided the necessary level of performance.
Summary: I have used this model Router since I got tired of all the issues the Netgear FVS-338's and 538's were having. Netgear support has been worthless. A few weeks ago I got a tech who was honest about the Netgear issues finally. The TP-Link Router has fantastic throughput and the VPN function works well with the Greenbow VPN Client. I highly recommend this unit.
Summary: I have two services in my house! I have comcast and FIOS. Long story, but anyways, i had a Netgear dual wan that would not work with the FIOS ONT, so i got this router, worked right away, i have both services up and running no problems. I have DDNS working and all my services work thru the router. I cannot report anything concerning the VLAN as i am not using it.