Dual Band WIFI, but 10/100 Ethernet ports - BUYER PAY ATTENTION!
D. Thomas, Amazon
9 May 2015
Summary: As long as you understand that you do not get 1000Mbps speeds from through the Ethernet ports then you will be satisfied. This device achieves 1000 mbs over WIFI by broadcasting on two bands. This is a combined 1000bps if you have a device that has a dual band wireless adapter.
Summary: After two months of use it started disconnecting. Recently, I added another Ethernet connection totaling to 4 Ethernet connections and the router would not connect to internet at all at that point.
Summary: Avoid this product! The specs on this seem impressive, but unless you like in a single room, you will not get much range from this router. I could not walk more than 5 feet away from this before I lost the signal. What the _____? It is now returned and I've moved on to a real AC router.
since this will allow me to connect to the internet and use with my Smart HDTV sets
Joseph C, Amazon
19 March 2015
Summary: I tried to read publications on this item before purchasing, evidently, it didn't live up to the expectations this company raved about. I haven't had any luck in getting this to connect to the internet. I tried it with my old wireless adapter and it would not connect.
and shortly afterwards the router pretty much freezes
Chuck The Viking, Amazon
14 March 2015
Summary: I've had nothing but issues with this Router. About once a day I have to restart it due to the fact that the wifi slows to a halt, and shortly afterwards the router pretty much freezes. Can't get into the control panel, can't surf the web, can't do anything with it until I restart the device.
Summary: You got to get one of these! Even if you have the "N" standard it's going to give you an extra 10mps but if you get the 802.11ac adapter for your computer you are going to see a 400% speed increase!
Summary: Received this today and promptly replaced my failing TP-Link TL-WR941ND. It was dropping connections with both 3rd party firmware and stock. I went though the setup that was extremely easy and great for a novice.
Summary: I am running this as an AP, hard wired to Airport Extreme router which acts as my primary. The D-link's web console does not have a dedicated "bridge mode", but docs suggest just turning off DHCP and UPnP services off. The router works fine, But!