Pros: Ease of use, good wireless range, good firewall features. I can't find anything wrong with this device. It works out of the box or with a few clicks supports encryption and other features. It is very easy to configure (if you have some sense of netwo
Cons: none. Don't listen to the complaining geeks who don't understand networks but feel that they need to comment on the (lack of) ease of use.
Pros: Tons of great features, works great - no reboots required.
Cons: Slows down my DSL. Direct connection from computer to DSL modem gives 1600-1800 kbps (tested on Cnet Bandwidth meter). Through the router 300-700 kbps. In general you don't even notice the slowdown - you feel no difference browsing the Inet. I tried both
Pros: The range is great when it works. Works anywhere in a 3900 sq ft home. (Even in the basement)
Cons: Evertime it's been unplugged or has power cut off, when power is restored it doesn't work wireless anymore. The M1 light that indicates it is working right doesn't go on, nor does the WLAN (Wireless) light. Only the WAN lights go on and it only works as
Pros: Everytime I try to add a new feature to my home network, I find out that the D-Link already has it built in!! It's been working for over 6 months now, and I just tried enabling the built in DDNS. Came up like a charm!
Pros: Quick installation and good value for you money.
Cons: Poor range. The range from my 2nd floor is close to the router but i get a weak signal, while using it on the same floor as the router but further away i get a better signal. Very strange outcome. I would not recommend it. Go for a netgear.