Summary: The documentation is skimpy to say the least. But it was easy enough to setup that it doesn't really need much more. I had it up and running quickly and without a hitch. It works fine. I have nothing to compare it to, but it works for me.
Summary: I bought this WAP and the D-Link 650 card for my laptop. I installed the card WAP in under 10 minutes (including changes to the default configuration: SSID, WEP, etc.) and everything works great. I have the WAP in my home office connected to our DSL modem and primary PC on the second floor.
Summary: In September 2001 I set our office up with a Broadband 802.11B Wireless Router from D-Link. That puppy gave me fits. I couldn't keep anything connected. Finally about a year ago it got so bad I replaced it with this router and access point.
Summary: I installed and configured the DI-713P in a home-built AMD 1.1GHz running WinXP Pro in less than 30 minutes. It took a bit longer to connect to the DWL-650 wireless card in a Fujitsu laptop/Win98 unit, but only because I didn't read the manual and changed a default setting that didn't need changing!
Summary: It took about 20 mins to set it up, and I am not a technical person at all. Right now it works great and I get a consistently good signal from all over my house. At first I used a D-link card, and it worked fine, but the range wasn't as great as I expected it to be.
Summary: I've never installed one of these before, but just an hour into it and I am writing this form my back yard. Plug it in, turn it on and... problems. Go to web site and download BIOS update and install and BINGO! It works. Trying to get my cat5 connections to work now, too...
Solid product, everything works great except wireless range
13 November 2002
Summary: Everything works straight out of the box, didn't experience any of the problems other people complained about. ADSL connection, wireless connection, print server, all work great. Only had to reboot it twice over the last 5 month (except for when I changed some settings that requires reboot).