Summary: This enterprise level WiFi hub was a replacement for my 4 port router. I'm using this in with D-Link 8--port switch (DGS-1008G). It has a tricky install procedure which is not in the manual. I had to call the support for instructions.
Summary: Bought this to implement for a small business of ~20 employees using a variety of devices (PCs, Macs, android and IOS devices) and faced nothing but a steady stream of problems with performance and stability. First and foremost, pay attention to the product description.
Summary: I went through two units before giving up and returning this item for good. I purchased this unit for my company's small office (approx. 10 people) because it was advertised as "business-class" We were having troubles connecting people to the access point when I first bought it.
Non-compliant, difficult to use, wish I could return it
F. David Sinn, Amazon
25 May 2012
Summary: I would strongly recommend avoiding this product. It has multiple issues: - Read carefully, as while this is a dual-band product, only one will operate at any one time. So you can have B/G/N (2.5Ghz) or A/N (5Ghz) but not A/B/G/N (both) at the same time.
Not what I would have expected from D-Link. Steer clear of this device.
J. Pitts, Amazon
9 January 2012
Summary: I have owned many D-Link devices over the years. In general I have been pleased with these products. This product, however, is the exception. After about a week the device started to hang periodically requiring a power-cycle to restore service.
Summary: I picked up this router after reading some of the reviews on amazon. I ordered it a couple of days ago and it just arrived in the mail. It took me about an hour total (including a call to Tech Support) to setup. I needed it to be setup as a hot spot for my small business.
Summary: I bought this access point to replace a $40 unit that I had to return to Amazon.com due poor performance. It's very often true that you get what you pay for, which is the case with this unit. So far, it's worked flawlessly, and seems faster than our (several years old) Netgear AP.