Summary: Bought to replace an AC 1750 router that died after three and a half months of use. It's been up 24/7 for a month now, and works wonderfully. I've only have to restart it from the web interface after changing settings - no hard power cycles required!
Summary: This router's firmware on arrival and the latest updates from ASUS are TERRIBLE!!! The orginal firmware was a little bad, but the I updated it to the latest and it ruined my company network where we use VOIP everyday. Internet would go down, come up and packets were dropped.
Summary: As a wireless router, the thing works great. I bought this unit specifically because it had GigE ports and the price seemed right. There are many features built into this router that I won't be using.
Summary: After several months I through it into garbage. NTFS driver issues, rendering usb drives useless, "not enough space in MgmtRing, MgmtRingFullCount" issue made me quit this router. Gaping security holes, USB 3 intererance with 2.4 GHz to name a few.
Router was OK. Didn't work out for my needs.......
Wendy Thompson, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: Router didn't work out for my situation. Previously had a Cisco EA3500 router and was looking to replace it with this router. Read really good reviews about this router and decided to take a chance. After a week, this router was slower than my Cisco EA 3500 as far as speeds are concerned.
Summary: The reason I am giving a five stars is because the product is as advertised. Pros: - QoS is extremely useful. I have been able to throttle my roommates WoW and Torrenting activities and give priority to media streaming devices.
Summary: Configuring it was easy and works ok. 1. Even thou' I have configured my wifi to be not visible ( hide SSID). It is openly visible. 2. Signal is visible from a block away and connects showing almost full power. But there is no internet, it's just a dead or really slow.
Summary: Very disappointed in this router. Range has always been decent but had constant problems losing Internet connectivity. Sometimes I could rectify the problem by disabling my Wi-Fi and restarting it on the PC but generally speaking I had to cycle the power to the router itself.