Summary: This thing was meeting most of our requirements, until the weather got nice and we started having guest over. Then we started running into issues with people not being able to connect their devices. Turns out this thing only supports 15 devices, this is hardcoded and can't be changed apparently.
Pros: For the most part, it works just as well as any other wireless router I have had.
Cons: This thing only supports 15 Wireless connections at any given time. This alone drops it from a 4 star to a 2 star rating.
Summary: I have had the wireless router for only about a week. and it has already started giving me major problems. I am not hard on them, nor do I max them out. I have it in a open space all around it, and only use it for general web browsing, some facebook and their games, a few video's, and netflix.
Pros: easy to set up. good signal strength, excellent service for the few days it actually worked.
Summary: I installed DD-WRT and that seemed to fix the issue for an hour or so, then the ports died again. The WAN port works fine, so right now I have the router set up as a bridge (using DD-WRT) and configured the WAN port to be LAN instead, and it's running fine with one device plugged into the WAN port...
Pros: -Cheap -Worked most of the time
Cons: -For some reason I had one device that, when connected to this router, wouldn't transfer at more than a few KB/s. All other devices worked fine with this router, and all other routers worked fine with this device. -Occasionally required restart -After almost 3 years, the wired ports stopped worki...
Summary: I'm some disappointed because it was stable for 2 years and just passed the 2-year-warrety. I tried to use different channel IDs and updated to latest official firmware. None of above could save it.
Pros: cheap, easy to setup. signal is good, stable for just 2 years.
Cons: After putting in use for almost 2 years, it begins to die. It randomly halt within 24 hours and I have to reboot it every day. It's fair for a $23 router working for 2 years, but I know a lot of similar cheap router lasting much longer time.
Summary: Anytime you put something new on your network you're going to have bumps in the road; it's to be expected. I called no less than ten times to get tech support for the router, was disconnected at least six of them and the other four times I spoke with an oriental woman who could barely be understood...
Pros: Easy set up, good notes on interface for each feature, very inexpensive when compared to other units.
Cons: Not very stable, been booting off all windows machines and my Mac doesn't seem to stay on either and keep searching for a network, can't get tech support from people who speak English.
Pros: Decent router, good range, able to use DD-WRT with it if needed. The stock FW is good enough so I'm just keep using it
Cons: The quality of parts is not as great. The Power Adapter died within 2 months of usage. I had to use the Power Adapter from other devices for it to work. I could have do some warranty replacement but I'll be without Wireless internet.
Pros: Perfect reliable WIRED operation. Nice user interface. Good specs. Reasonable price. Seems to work OK with my Android smartphone when using WEP encryption.
Cons: I want WPA encryption, as advertised, not inferior WEP. Cannot sustain reliable WPA connection to my Android smartphone, for more than a day. This has never worked reliably. I am too new to this medium to know the causes, so I simply say this router is INCOMPATIBLE with my phone, for WPA. Require...
Summary: This review is for V8 hardware as there are many different version. This is the latest as of this writing.
Pros: Inexpensive, contains Atheros chipset, range and speed are decent.
Cons: Has locked up twice (no wired or wireless when this happens). Now it has been up for 19 days. We'll see how it goes. If you need reliability, this may not be the best choice. The device needs a watchdog timer to reset itself if there is a problem. Having to toggle power manually is a pain. Tech s...
Summary: performed satisfactorily for 4 months, then started "dns server failed to respond" (per MS troubleshooter) on two ports. The other ports and wireless were OK. After eliminating all other possibilities the old Rosewill came out of retirement and saved the day.