Pros: I only use the WIFI and attached it to my local network with the WIFI as a separate network to keep the 2 networks private. Range it good, I get wifi all around the yard and in every room of the house. For the money it was a great buy, runs 24 hours a day since installed.
Summary: Nothing wrong with this little baby. Although the signal strength is not as powerful as some have reviewed. It did not increase the signal strength from my back bedroom to my living room and still times out on my android.
Summary: The only problem that I have had with this router is that I had to play with the settings quite a bit in order to get our 4 laptops, 1 desktop, 4 Kindles, and 5 phones all to play nice with the network. I got the settings right now and everything is connecting flawlessly.
Pros: Inexpensive, "easy" to set up, decent range (I get signal in all parts of my house including all parts of my basement)
Cons: It was a real pain to get all devices working at the same time.
Summary: Replaced a Linksys E1200. This router was cheap, seems very reliable, and has almost doubled my wireless speeds from my old router. The three antennas keep a robust signal in my apartment building with little to no interference.
Pros: - Great wireless speeds - Easy setup
Cons: - Firmware update doesn't work with chromecast
Cons: Wireless bridging does not work have tried over and over to configure. But it will not connect to my WDR 3600 router which is the root router. Was going to use this to extend the wireless range however it cannot connect. Basically its worthless paper weight.
Summary: My Linksys E1200 died and needed a replacement. Decent reviews, wireless-N, and cheap were my criteria. Everything worked well, but firmware update (3.15.9) will cause loss of chromecase support on V2 routers. Stick to 3.14.5
Pros: - Easy setup - Faster peak speeds compared to wireless-G - Lots of configurations
Pros: We used the TP-LINK WR-940N for several years, some a slight different model (WR-940*) to designate removal antennas and the reliability was top notch until about 6 months ago.
Cons: WR-940 needs to be reset all the time, after they quit working. They remind me exactly of the D-Link DIR-615, top reliability, then all of a sudden, reset, reset. My techs noted that they use the exact same power supply that the D-Link DIR-615 did. We believe that TP-Link is the OEM Mfgr for D-Li...