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D-Link DIR-615
6.1 out of 10

D-Link DIR-615

The D-Link (DIR-615) is a wireless N router that will provide a Read more

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Reviews and Problems with D-Link DIR-615

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Overall 2
2.0

D-LINK Wireless N300 Router DIR-615

payam58us, Souq
4 January 2016
  • Excerpt: Very simple WiFi router with no options and firmware cant be changed
  • Cons: Nothing good just very cheap.
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Overall 2
2.0

Their product are pure crap ......

screw_cnet, CNET
27 March 2014
  • Summary: OK, well I'm done .... tomorrow is new router day. ASUS porbably
  • Pros: Nothing
  • Cons: Their routers and cameras
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Overall 2
2.0

DO NOT Purchase - Please Read

J. Christman, Amazon
13 December 2013
  • Summary: What horrible customer service. I wish I could give this router zero or negative stars. Brand new, out of the box, I spent an hour or so getting it setup just right. I realized I should do a firmware upgrade, clicked the appropriate buttons and menus, and it is now a paperweight.
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Overall 1
1.0

Save your money

Bertminator, CNET
1 August 2013
  • Summary: I've had this router for ONLY 30 days, and already I will NEVER ever buy another D-link. THAT's how bad it is. I've tried everything from changing channels to static IP's, to dd-wrt. NOTHING saved me from this piece of garbage router.
  • Pros: Looks better than it is. Has antennae's
  • Cons: CONSTANTLY drops wired & wireless connections.
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Overall 1
1.0

gr8 paper weight

peavy49a, CNET
5 April 2013
  • Summary: dont waste ur time if need anything other than inet access. forget the ios apps, they are window dressing only. on rare instance few worked, cannot reconize dlink product, etc
  • Pros: none, as it just burns time
  • Cons: too many to list ios apps not work,! cannot sign in via web and laptop either, drops signal, poor documentation, 5th grader grammar, crashed 2x needed number of resets, performs like a no brand product but priced at high end, for a paper weight
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Overall 1
1.0

The router looses the ability to forward wireless pkts.

gracerider1, CNET
15 February 2013
  • Summary: Don't buy this router but other dlink products are good like the 655.
  • Pros: I think this router might have worked before I upgraded the firmware. May work as a wired only router.
  • Cons: Fails to work as a wireless router after a few hours. This router caused a lock up on my fixed wireless modem. Time cannot be set beyond 2012. After replacing this router with a different model my network worked fine.
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Overall 1
1.0

Pretty awful.

sammymytv, CNET
10 November 2012
  • Summary: Buyer beware! High chance of getting a lemon.
  • Pros: Price & IT comes network cable and power brick ;-)
  • Cons: Using as switch on internal network. Disconnects wifi/Lan ports every 30 minutes for about minute. Previous firmware was worse. Have configured 100's of routers without these issues. Maybe high lemon count (why some seem ok?). Maybe go with DD-WRT?
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Overall 1
1.0

Terrible, just awful

iguardosanchez, CNET
16 October 2012
  • Summary: The DVD with the set up instructions do not mention crucial points in the installation process and I had to guess. It didn't work the first time so I had to call technical services which helped get it working.
  • Pros: None that I can think of
  • Cons: Everything
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Overall 2
2.0

Wrong listing!

ali alper, Amazon
21 September 2012
  • Summary: I live in Istanbul, Turkey and use a mail forwarding address in the U.S. to buy electronics products. When this item arrived, I was hugely dissappointed since unlike stated on the product description, this router DID NOT have the DD-WRT pre-installed.
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Overall 2
2.0

Dropped printers has got to be the router!

CaptRockyBobb, CNET
1 May 2012
  • Summary: Got the DIR-615 to boost range and speed. For three months all was well. Then all (two) computers suddenly, sporadically could not print. The two printers are connected to the router through the ethernet sockets and the two computers are wified.
  • Pros: Cheap, Worked for a while
  • Cons: Loses devices plugged into ethernet sockets
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