I was that guy on the first episode of The New Screen Savers
Garrett E. Culver "NuAngel dot net", Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I originally bought this to hack it and install DD-WRT. I've since found the stock and updated official Buffalo firmwares to be excellent and support all of the features I have been looking for.
Summary: I waited a little bit to see how this performed. I'm not techy at all so this was great for me. It was very easy to set up. It was pretty much "plug n play". I replaced the cable company's router which had to be reset every day. This has not have to be reset once.
Summary: Configuration was easy. I am using this with a DSL modem and I'm typically running 4 devices simultaneously (have total of 27 wifi devices) and guests have not problem hooking up with all kings of gadgets.
Summary: I am a technology professional and did a lot of homework before purchasing this router. And I was patting myself on the back thinking I did a great job - it was great for say the first couple of days, but you can literally watch your wireless speed decrease every day - it went from 90 Mbps on the...
Summary: I had high hopes for this router, in particular because my Time Warner default one was very large, hot, and bulky (note, was a modem/router combo). I downgraded for the convenience of a smaller router on my desk, not to mention one that looks so nice.
Summary: I previously had a Buffalo WZR-HP-AG300H which worked well when I first got it, but it started being flaky over 6 months. Connections would come and go, etc... I'm wondering if a newer firmware made it flaky, because it happened to a number of them I have had.
Summary: Loses connection to cable modem on daily basis. Drops clients too. Pretty much needs to be rebooted very often to keep running. Does not seem to be handling fast downloads on multiple clients at the same time either...
Pros: Features Build quality USB stick and printer support
Cons: Unstable, needs daily reboots to function properly Poor documentation Poor web interface