Awesome router - and the print server DOES work with Macs...
Drew D. Saur, Amazon
24 October 2005
Summary: Just to correct/clarify the below reviewer's statement: The DI-714P+ (as wil *all* of D-Link's print server products) works fine with a Macintosh so long as you are attaching a PostScript printer. They are pretty clear about this in their documentation. An added bonus is that it does not require the addition of any other software - unlike Windows!
Summary: Setup: fairly straightforward. There is a "wizard" setup for those who don't like to go through every single option screen. The screen navigation is laid out in a simple, but not intuitive manner - it takes a few moments to realize the buttons on the left change with tab options at the top, but the buttons on the left don't change if there are multiple screens on the right (like "next page" or a button to press).
Excerpt: It happened again after 2 years, I called the D-link support for warranty claim as the product warranty is for 5 years. I sent it for checking they claimed that it was due to the adapter faulty (with the warranty period of 1 year only). I had no choice but to purchase the D-link adapter (unable to find other adapter with same voltage). Recently, it could not be powered on again.
Summary: I've had the DI-714P+ for about 3 months. I'm retired and live in a small ranch house, and have excellent results everywhere, including the deck and yard, front porch and basement. The router sits on an upper shelf in my den/office, about 2 feet from the ceiling. I use my HP Pavilion laptop in the wireless mode 95% of the time. Both my LAN and wireless are integrated, so no cards to mess with.
Summary: I had the SS2624 Siemens SpeedStream router and before it broke down, it worked really well. It has almost the same features as this D-Link but it's much cheaper. At the beginning i had little normal problems with it, but now, just sometimes and randomly (like right now), i get low speed problems or disconnected when wireless working.