Summary: I have had several "N" routers, each a different brand, and this is the first one that has actually delivered as advertised. It supports several devices, from laptops to tablets to BD ready BlueRays, with no drops or apparent slowdowns. I highly recommend it for anyone setting up a home network.
Summary: This router was easy to set up with the software CD provided and later when I wanted to login to the unit online it has a wonderful interface setup that is east to understand with good graphics that explain every setting; it made me very confident to make changes to the settings. It has been running for weeks now with no problems. Everything I have connected to it wi-fi shows a super connection, higher than all my neighbors wi-fi. I expect them to notice.
Summary: I believe this is my third TP-link router. All have worked great! None has ever gone bad; they are so reasonably priced I just cannot resist upgrading now and then. The thing that initially sold me on TP-Link were reviews that said how easy they are to set up. I have been using PCs regularly and avidly since they came out in the early 80s, but I still find networking a bit of a mystery. At my age I have lost patience with devices that require hours to figure out.
Summary: I have this router at the office, hanging by the ceiling. We have about 10-15 people sharing network over wi-fi and access seems reliable. Here is a speed test (using WebPass) from a laptop located about 30 feet away from the router (but no walls in between): [...] (getting 20Mbps download, 20Mbps upload, and 7ms ping time). We've been now running it for one month.
Summary: This router has a dual-band, single radio WiFi AP with 3 data stream capability. It works in either 2.4GHz or 5GHz bands, but not simultaneously in both bands as it is not a dual radio product. I was initially disappointed with it when after about 6 weeks of usage, I lost Internet connectivity and had to reboot the router. But, the problem turned out to be my Motorola cable modem, which still needs to be rebooted once every 6-8 weeks.
Great DSL router when running Openwrt, features galore!
mr d j bentham, Amazon
18 October 2013
Summary: Its a shame you cant operate the dual band at the same time, this would be a killer feature. Very stable router with Openwrt firmware and adds so much more features - openvpn server, samba server etc. 3 year warranty is great!