Summary: This is a good little unit (great value for money, as long as you don’t need things like gigabit or voip). The DSL-2750B does seem to have capability to use a 3G (or 3.5G) modem via USB, at least in the GUI. I haven’t yet got an Optus pre-paid 3G modem working with it, but that might just be a reception issue. I bought this as a temporary replacement for a Billion which was damaged in a lightning storm.
Summary: The D-Link DSL-2750U Wireless Router is a great choice for anyone who wants to replace the stock (often grossly under performing) router provided by their ISP. The 300 Mbps/s WiFi-N makes for a great streaming experience, even with multiple devices connected. I can stream Full HD 1080p across the house with no buffer time at all. My download/upload speeds picked up quite a bit after connecting this router. The internet ping time ranges between 80-100 ms.
configuration of bsnl sucks after that its the best modem
13 April 2013
Summary: best modem i have bought till now but its slow in getting connected to web non detachable antenna that is also a con but exept that im happy wiith mu router.................................................................
Summary: After a long research I finally decided to have this product. Its a good product, with good signal strength and features. If you are buying it to upgrade existing broadband connection then its easy to setup. I had several difficulties in setting up this router. CD doesn't help much. You have to read the pdf manual over and over to understand what needs to be done.
Summary: I am using this modem for about 2 months and it is working great. I have problem with previous modem, as noise level on MTNL lines are quite high, and my old modem just keep dropping connections and it was not possible to work for just 20 minutes without dropping connection. However, when I buy this modem and installed it, my connection was now very stable (inspite of high level of noise).
Summary: This is very good product from D-Link. I am using this from past one and half month and no issues at all. It's range is very good. You can get full signal at the end of your home(around 1300sft 2bhk)...if you place this router at the start. Although it gives good Wifi-internet speeds which supports upto 24Mbps for a PPPoE connection, it's sharing speeds are not up to the mark. you can get speeds between 1 - 3Mbps.
Summary: Running as intended..... It has good signal strength and quite easy to setup.... Trying to install the device with the included CD is touch and go with most people... I for one was unsucessfull with the CD it just failed to read the router...so installed it manually, a very easy process i must say, So as of the moment it is running fine on my MTNL connection...
Summary: The moment I opened the package I found "Install Software from CD first" on the sticker. I tried for two hours. Full waste. The S/W won't detect your router no matter how much you break your head. Then I did a custom setup with the help of google by searching "How to setup D-Link DSL Modem for BSNL." Boom! the router was up and running in 2 minutes. You can setup the router by navigating to 192.168.1.1 address. The range and speed is good.