Summary: I have had this router for 7 or 8 years. I had it disconnected for a few years, then reinstalled it a year ago after getting my first WiFi device. I have only had one problem, recently I had to reset it because my wifi was really slow. Powering down and resetting took my download speed (apeedtest.net app for iPad) from 0.5 M to 3-6 M. Plenty fast enough for a single device to stream video.
Summary: I used this router for over 8 years with no problems. I also purchased one for my mother-in-law about 8 years ago and she is still using it with no problems. I recently replaced the router, because I needed a router that supports N and parental controls. I am kinda sad to see it go, because it has a nearly perfect form factor, easy and useful web interface, and is extremely reliable.
Summary: For every day traffic, its a good router. For torrenting or heavy traffic, you'll need something better.
Pros: I've had this thing for about 6 years. It's been in service as a Switch/WAP only. I use Smoothwall to handle all the DHCP and firewall business. Only have had the wireless lock up and stop functioning once in that period of time.
Cons: The current one I've been using over 6 years was my second one. First one was RMA'd as it eventually stopped communicating. D-Link honored the RMA even though I didn't have the original receipt (I paid with a gift card and mailed in for a rebate, never made a copy). Doesn't handle torrent traffic that well. Would lock up after extended periods of heavy traffic
Summary: This router overheats everyday and twice on Saturday. Requires constant reseting. If you want a router that you have to mess with every time you want to get on the internet buy this one. If you want a router that WORKS I suggest you keep looking and buy a different one.
Pros: i bought this with my friends help years ago when i had no computer knowledge.
Cons: worked well for a year or so then started dropping connection. you can restart your comp/router then it may start working again but why should i have to do this? makes no sense. def not a long term item.