Excerpt: I recently replaced one D-link wireless router with this D-Link DIR- 615 wireless router. This router works well and is a good replacement to the old one I had for years. It's a wireless N router meaning it's the fastest type of router you can have. It was very easy to install (just follow the instructions included). I'd recommend the D-Link DIR 615 wireless router to those who are looking to upgrade their internet speed or to have a wireless router in the first place.
Excerpt: The router was easy to hook up and I like it...... for a little while. After a while I couldn't see other computers on my network. Then it seemed like everyday I had to reset my router. It is still happening and I have called d-link twice. The first time it worked then when I moved I called and they said a software update would work and it didn't. I would recommend a plug and play router or something more user friendly.
Good router, but N mode doesnt work in mixed environment
Andrew Sigal, Amazon
27 November 2010
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.) I have one network device that is 802.11G and non-upgradeable.
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. The access control, to limit kids internet access time, does not work properly, either. Fortunately, this router is compatible with DD-WRT. So I went ahead and flashed it.
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...