Summary: It worked very well in the first month. After about a month, it started to give problem with wireless signal and connection keeps dropping. Disconnection became more and more frequent until it reached to unusable state (3 seconds connected, drop, get connected again for 3 seconds, drop).
Summary: I brought this device from TP-LINK agent in Amman-Jordan with a price around 175 USD which is double of the price announced at Amazon because they can't ship to my country. I originally think about buying TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router , But the agent tell me that it's more better...
Summary: I bought this one to replace a BT Homehub2. I wouldn't agree that it looks ugly - I really like the look because it is like Sputnik. It was installed correctly and then the problems started. The wireless is not reliable at all and has no power.
Summary: This would be an excellent wifi router if only it worked ALL the time but it drops out a lot, sometimes twice a day or more. When it doesn't, for a week or two it has very good range and speed.
Summary: Pain in the ass. Nightmare trying to get OpenWrt installed and ended up bricking the router. Recovery process is fairly technical and involves soldering a port on to the router to attach the serial port and TFTP to wipe the router and flash it again.
Summary: This is one of the worst modem routers I have ever owned. It was highly unstable and very unreliable. An attempt to perform the tricky upgrading of firmware final saw it give up the ghost - much to my relief because it forced my hand to buy a better product which has never let me down.
Summary: The description of this item makes it sound ideal for networked printers, game consoles and harddrives. Unfortunately, my wireless printers and games consoles cannot connect, and my harddrive is inaccessible when connected to the router.