Summary: I only need 802.11n, and the ability for the router to act as primary or secondary, and still have access to the USB devices locally. I have had no issues with the router, LAN, WAN or Wireless. The setup was easy and it has extensive documentation.
Summary: I have had no problems with this router other than I cannot get one of the light to go green but I believe what I need to do is change out one of the cables because it is connected by a splitter...As soon as I make another cable it should fix the problem...
Summary: I had this router for a while now and after the initial problems I had with it at the beginning, it's been fine after that. I no longer use the USB ports but had no problems with them when I tested them. The only few things I would like to see on this would be better logging.
Summary: In this price range you will not find a more capable and configurable router. It has a number of features that are typically only available on much more expensive devices such as guest network partitioning, access scheduling, WPS, MAC/IP binding, and a configurable firewall.
Summary: When i bought this i bought it to replace my Sky router. Big mistake as this does not have a Modem built in which is not stated in the description or specifications anywhere so it does not work to connect to my ISP.
Summary: I purchased this router as an upgrade from Zyxel's NBG-417N. Like most Zyxel home user products, it's a compact, quiet, white box. Was up and running within 5 minutes with easy wizard to connect to ISP.