Excerpt: I replaced a LInksys 11g router with this dual-band 11abgn. Web-based setup is easy and familiar. Clients are commonly a Mac, a PC, two iPads and an iPhone, and performance (on 24.G and 5G 11n bands) is excellent. No more router-caused hangups. I'm very pleased.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Solid, Fast, Easy setup Dual Band Router with IPv6 support
Finding Nemo, B&H Photo
13 August 2015
Excerpt: Very easy to install and notice a big improvement in speed from my old router. It's range extends through several walls and rooms to the third level of my town house. One thing I would recommend is to upgrade to the latest firmware before you even try to set up all your connections.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection
Pros: Really stable, has needed zero reboots even with stock firmware
Cons: I've had nothing but problems with this router. Stock firmware, DD-WRT, OpenWRT, nothing fixes the damning wireless speed issues. I've tried everything from physical location to every setting under the sun but the wireless speeds will not go above 10 Mbps - and that's if I'm lucky: It's usually l...
Summary: Great signal...when it works. I don't think I have had this router for a month and I'm already having to reboot it at least once a day to get it to maintain a steady signal. I bought this as a dual band device but the 2.4 is almost unusable with the connection dropping randomly even a few feet from...
Summary: Thought it would do better than my 8 year old Linksys and by reading all the reviews and comparing specs, I thought this would be a fine replacement for my Linksys. I've tried to do everything I can such as updating firmware, using only one WPS, and resetting the signal from my ISP.
Solid router, good feature set, but details overlooked.
Michael P., Newegg
4 July 2015
Summary: I live and test this device in an area with high 2.4 GHz congestion, with no less than 13 access points in range and/or overlapping my network. There are only 1-2 in the 5 GHz range.
Pros: I like this router because it performs well in the 5 GHz band seeing excellent throughput to devices such as notebooks, gaming consoles, phone, and tablets. The USB functions are nice allowing setup of consumer printers and storage devices to function similarly to professional grade printers and ...
Cons: The 2.4 GHz band performs well but seems to lack robustness in congested areas. Higher priced routers appear to perform better in this area cutting through the noise, but altogether this router doesn't underperform for the price point. The setup processed is advertised as easy, quick, and hassle ...
Summary: I had a Netgear N600 and it was junk. I have worked in IT for 18 years, and I could not get port forwarding to work, it would work and then quit for no reason. Bought this, put it in and had everything setup in 15 minutes. You do not have to have IT skills to set it up.