Summary: The I1 hardware version should not be listed (by dd-wrt.com) as having DD-WRT support. That version is what Newegg has been shipping in the timeframe of this review.
Pros: Cheap, OK for simple Internet usage with undemanding applications and patient users.
Cons: With stock firmware, couldn't stream uninterrupted audio to my Wi-Fi VOIP phone. Another router does so flawlessly. With DD-WRT, reboots or locks up every couple hours no matter which revision is installed.
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
Cons: Restarts often and was the cause of regular disconnections between my home and office Citrix server. I finally replaced the router and my Citrix session worked without any issues. This router caused me a ton of wasted time troubleshooting this issue.
Summary: I have owned 2 of these devices and both have died while still in warranty. Since the purchase price is so low, attempting to obtain replacements is not worthwhile and they were simply thrown away.
Pros: WORKS WELL WHEN FIRST PURCHASED.
Cons: BECOMES INTERMITTENT BEFORE DYING SHORTLY AFTERWARDS.
"The router looses the ability to forward wireless pkts."
15 February 2013
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.