Summary: The router is ok, but I am dissatisfied because every day I have to disconnected and connected twice a day. The reason is that the router loses the Internet signal even though it is directly connected :/ don't know if its this brand in particular or just that my router came with something wrong.
Summary: Come jan2010, another laptop could not connect, i called the support and downloaded the latest firmware. Fast forward to today, the disconnection was to frequent i called Dlink again and verified i have the latest firmware and that i needed to replace it with new one.
Pros: I was compelled to create a username and pwd just to give feedback on this D-link product(s).
Cons: I had a WBR2310 bought in jan2009, after around 6 mths i experienced disconnection when two laptops are running. Without calling Dlink, i did what maybe a casual procedure- unplugged and plugged the power cable. Worked fine.
Summary: I bought the DIR-615 for my main gateway and for an N wireless network. For the most part it works well. The biggest problem is that the wireless connection is horrible. I have a D-Link DAP-1522 that I also bought to connect my downstairs Tivo and Boxee box to the router since there wasn't a way to...
Summary: I was attempting to upgrade from a Linksys WRT54GS (with current firmware) to obtain "n" wireless and perhaps better wireless range. I never dreamed I'd be stopped dead in my tracks hooking up my VOIP phone.
Summary: There are so many things that can go wrong in a network, you shouldn't have to worry about your router being one of them. That should be the stable constant amongst all the variable 802/a/b/n/g drivers, adaptors, certificates, wpa, blah, blah, etc. This product falls short.
Summary: The version A of this router is not stable. If your network streams too much, the router can suddenly drop connection and lose its firmware. How can you configure the router without firmware in it or with damaged firmware?
Summary: Hmmm. I don't know that I'd buy this one again. I got it home, didn't read anything, didn't put any discs in, put it behind my Motorola cable modem, cloned my Mac's MAC address, and it more-or-less worked off the bat. You know a few resets but mostly I think it was the modem's fault.
Summary: I bought this thinking it would be a new router -what I got what a plain white box with "virgin router" written on the side in biro. I tried to set it up manually, as I have a fairly good knowledge of routers, but hit a problem, but was unable to connect it wirelessly.