Summary: I have an older (circa 2007) ZyXel P334 wired router which has served me great for the last 5 years but the only problem is that it has a 12/12 down and up Mbps limit. The TL-R470T has a 100 Mbps limit.
Summary: Update: The replacement V3 router I received about 6 weeks ago on 27 Aug 2014 is not performing better that the original unit. The problems are: 1. When I log into the unit through the LAN interface, the browser usually does not display the router's menus.
Summary: I've had this for one week now, and I'm very happy with it. I have two ISP source at 50Mbps (2 Cable Modems) and one ISP at 1Mpbs (DSL Modem). This router allowed me to configure the 2 cable modem in load balance mode, and configure the DSL modem as a fail over only if both cable modems fail.
Summary: This is pretty sweet - for 50 bucks, the TP-LINK joins multiple Internet connections into one. But it has some serious issues: 1. Default IP addr. conflicts with the DSL modem it's attached to (fix is to re-assign manually) 2.
Summary: I got this router To test it and hopefully save money. I live out in the country and our only internet option is Verizon 4G LTE. we have smartphone with tethering (unlimited data plans) and I have a verizon mifi hotspot via Millenicom with 20GB a month, I also have a static IP with this service.
Summary: I don't want to repeat here what others have already written about this device. I concur with all the points mentioned in these posts, but I wish to mention the following: There are 2 hardware versions of this model TL-R470T+.