Summary: Replaced a Netgear WNDR3400. The Netgear was extremely poor in performance and range. This TP-LINK works very well. No dropped signals or random restarts. The only complaint is that when the microwave runs, I lose connectivity. Tried playing around with the channels and I have not been able to find one that works well when the microwave is running. Overall, excellent router for your money and the range is very good (much better than Netgear's WNDR3400).
Summary: I did a lot of research on the best routers on the current market, scouring reviews as well as price tags before I settled on this particular router. It was easy to install, works very well and I'm really pleased with it. You don't have to spend $200-ish dollars on a top of the line Netgear or any other monster router to meet your basic needs, this one works perfectly fine.
Summary: I am using this as a wireless access point/repeater to extend wifi in the house where the primary wireless router is the Fios Actiontec router. Changed the SSID to match the Actiontec, turned off the DHCP so the TP-Link does does assign addresses (as that is done by the Actiontec), changed the security settings to match the Actiontec, assigned the TP-Link to a channel separate from the Actiontec and assigned the TP-Link a static IP address.
Excellent range, easily covering the 150' distance I needed
William M, Amazon
27 October 2014
Summary: Excellent range, easily covering the 150' distance I needed, and I actually have it on a shelf that's only 8" off the floor. A very good basic router. Better range than the more expensive routers I've bought in the past. It's also very small, and the green LED's are very dim, not distracting like the super bright blue lights every manufacturer likes to use now.