Great technology for the sophisticated home network
11 November 2014
Summary: Great technology for the money. Allows you to setup a private SSL VPN for remote access, and it also gives you the capability to have multiple SSIDs and subnets for guest access. You can also have multiple wired subnets, automatically routed within your home.
Summary: Biggest piece of junk. I have had this just over a year and it's already starting to die. All of my devices will randomly say "limited connectivity" and until I restart the USG they can't connect to the internet. Linksys may be junk as well, but at least it's consistent junk.
Summary: Bought as our transition to a Commercial grade router to handle our bumped up bandwidth. Really deserves a 5 star but gave a 4 because it isn't designed for anyone not familiar with networking and the network terminology.
Summary: We are using this in our office of 30 employees with VPN. Setup was fairly easy and quick. So far after 2 years there have been no problems. Uptime running is solid with no significant drops that I'm aware of. Will purchase again and recommend to others.
Summary: its been a great device better than a netgear we were using only having an issue vpn tunnels, is says it should be able to do up to five but it wont let me create any more than 2 IPsec tunnels
Summary: I've put about 6-10 ZyXel devices in service over the last 18 months or so. Every Netgear/Linksys/Sonicwall router that dies gets replaced by a ZyXel. Things I've noticed that potential buyers should take note of: - the router requires detailed network knowledge to configure - this is not a...
Summary: Avoid this router if you are not an expert in setting up routers. It has a lot of features, but the manual is not at all helpful in explaining the features and how to set them up. I bought it because we had a number of external static IPs that had to be mapped.