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: Have had this router about 2 weeks now. Had no trouble setting it up, but I continue to get messages that say I have multiple computers with the same IP address. Then my internet connection is dropped. Sometimes it repairs itself and sometimes it doesn't. Not sure I want another refurbished device.
Summary: I was taking a risk with a refurbished product, and unfortunately looks like that risk didn't pay off this time. Product is constantly losing wifi, forcing me to unplug and replug . Product was a disappointment.
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: Don't waste your money. I am forced to reset the router at least once a day. The good thing about this is it only takes 30 seconds, or so, to reboot. I pray for the day when wireless routers are both stable and inexpensive.
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.