Summary: I had a Dir-615 ( revision B2) for about 4 years and I liked it. It only costed me $60 and worked solid for 4 years, easy to setup; unlike my old Netgear, it doesn't require a rebooting for most configuration change, like adding a virtual server.
Pros: inexpensive., supported by DD-WRT.
Cons: D-link is developing the firmware backwards.
Summary: This is the first and only router I've ever installed. I found the setup very simple and straightforward. I've had the router for over 2 years now and I used to go 2 or more weeks without any problem and then suddenly not being able to connect until I reset it.
Summary: It seems to have trouble identifying when a device gets disconnected. This leads to tripping over itself in assigning an I.P. adress to new devices and ones previously connected. I stopped using DHCP and just configured static I.P.'s. No problems since.
Summary: I bought this router after my Netgear router went bust. The setup was easy. However, with stock firmware, the router was very unstable, and dropped the connection several time a week. The router needs to reboot in order for it to work properly again.
Pros: Cheap. DD-WRT compatible.
Cons: Unstable, drop connection very often with stock firmware.
Summary: I have owned and used this router for over a year. This is a good value for price unit, if you do not need to have the latest, greatest wireless router that includes all of the bells and whistles (which most will never reall...
Summary: The router did not work with my Bellsouth Westell DSL modem. Tech support tried but were not much help, only recommendation at the end was to update Firmware. After the software update, still no luck. Then, I found on the internet that it may work as a wireless access point.
Good router, but N mode doesnt work in mixed environment
Andrew Sigal, Amazon
14 December 2007
Summary: This is an attractive router. I found it easy to set up, it has up-to-date security features and works well (except for the 802.11N issue) My problem with this router is that if you have any 802.11G devices in your network, then the network will run at G speeds, period (says customer support.
A lot of features; getting a bit long in the tooth
8 August 2013
Summary: I like the ability to connect to wireless IP cam and make a virtual server, I'm not so enthusiastic about the signal reliability of the wireless side of the router. Overall, not bad, but I would but something a bit more powerful next time around.