Summary: Not long ago, the ASUS RT-N66U wireless router (a.k.a Dark Knight) swung its way into our test labs, and easily solidified itself as one of the best routers that even Batman will be proud to own. Today, the ASUS DSL-N55U dropped in, and it’s essentially the same product with the ADDED ability of ADSL support. Need we say more, people? Grab your awesome hats, please, because we’re going into the gush.
Pros: Fantastic performance, Lots and lots of features, Easy management, ADSL support
This ASUS router is quick, reliable and has plenty of great storage and remote access features
Good Gear Guide.au
8 March 2013
Summary: The ASUS DSL-N55U is a solid modem-router that offers dual-band Wi-Fi and excellent storage features. It has a well designed interface and it's a swift performer overall. We experienced a few frustrations with the installation of some of its apps, but it worked really well once everything was set up. We really enjoyed using it.
Pros: Good interface, Reliable storage features, Excellent FTP feature, Good phone app
Cons: Installation of apps was a little fiddly, Latest firmware wasn't found by the router automatically
Asus DSL-N55U ADSL2+ Dual-Band Modem/Router Review
20 December 2012
Summary: The DSL-N55U with a retail price in the range £80 to 90 is not the cheapest
ADSL2+ modem/router by a long way, and lacks some of the bells and whistles of
the more expensive models, but does pack a good performance for its price.
The price point means that you really should be sure of wanting to use the
media server or the extensive QoS functionality of the router to make it worth