Excellent top of the line router once you install DD-WRT
27 April 2013
Summary: I've had one of these for years without any problems. Recently it started having some issues DNS confusion. Instead of buying a new router, I installed DD-WRT and it fixed it right up along with turning on some really great features.
Summary: I cannot talk about its performance with stock firmware because I had not used with it. I bought it specifically to flash it with DD-WRT firmware and use it as a repeater bridge in my home network, which the stock firmware does not allow to do.
Summary: I bought it to flash it with DD-WRT firmware and turn it into a repeater bridge. I have two wired PCs attached to it, plus a network printer, while it also serves wireless signal for our wireless devices (blackberrys, ipod, two laptops) I have not used with regular firmware so I cannot talk about...
overheats and dies, common problem with this model.
16 October 2012
Summary: The WRT310N looks nice, especially vfor the price, but beware of this model router! First, this model has an overheating problem. The main chips (on top side of board) produce enormous heat, which will in fact kill your router (begining with dropped wireless signals, then no broadcast at all..
Summary: Bought WRT310N to replace my outdated WRT54G, which did not have 'n' capabilities, thus restricting the speeds over wi-fi of my laptop and iPad. My speeds over wi-fi roughly tripled! WRT310N is fast, reliable, easy to set up and very nice looking.
Summary: Going from a G to an N made all the difference. Now I don't have to keep rebooting to stay online when so many people are on at the same time. Did not have to download the disc, just wired it up and it was ready to go.
Summary: I got this as a replacement for a WRT54G2 router from Linksys. Both look the same, they work different. The WRT310N has better coverage and allows for higher speeds. Wired connections get 1 Gbps without a problem.