I have to reboot my router just like most of the reviewers here
JD Wang, Amazon
21 July 2014
Summary: After about a year, I have to reboot my router just like most of the reviewers here. I hired tech people set this up for us at our office. Now, I have to find someone to do something about it. Cisco don't even have an answer for it. What does it mean new firmware may solve the problem? What else can we do? Can Cisco build something last for 3 years even? I thought Cisco is a trusted brand, am I wrong?
Summary: This router is simply a horrible piece of hardware and software. I've always used Linksys/Cisco routers, but never again. First let me say that I have the latest firmware, but there must be so many bugs the manufacture gave up on it (nothing new for quite some time.) 1. Must reboot most every day, wireless fails and can't access. I've tried everything from my lap top to get it to restore communication, but router reboot is only solution. 2.
Summary: For cisco to put something out that is so crapy, makes me think the entire company and its products have lost its way. Cisco used to be known for premier routers and networking equipment. This is despicable. Pro's -it has the Cisco name, at one time it used to mean something. Cons -Horrendous Wireless connectivity -Constant dropped calls for SIP -Constant dropped internet Summary, it doesnt work..
Summary: Do not buy this router model. It has a manufaturing problem confirmed by Cisco Support. We bought the Cisco WRV210 Small Business for our home use, with 1-2 users being effective using it, but unfortunately it doesn't work fine. The Wireless is always failing (2-3 times per day) and the only way to fix it is rebooting it.
Summary: Cisco should be ashamed with their name on this product. It's no different than it's Linksys predecessor, the WRV 200. Same problem with the interface not showing up correctly in the Main screen's right pane (it is a pain) and periodically dropping the wan side. Of the 2 WRV 200's and WRV 210's I bought only 1 is running. And I am waiting for the other shoe to drop on that one. Don't waste your money, although you experience may differ.
Summary: Bought the product in 2008ish, after going through 3 other wirless access points that could not handle complex VPN protocols, even when configured correctly. This "business-class" device did allow VPN to work well, but it drops the wirless signal like once a day AT LEAST. Iv'e tried all the settings: moved the channel, isolated G, etc. etc. i actually know what I am doing, and yet this device drops wireless connections all the time, it restarts itself, etc.
Summary: This router worked great for about a month, it has a great set of features and a great price. I did however get what I paid for. Wireless hosts constantly drop the link to this router and the router itself needs to be reset daily. Don't let the glitz and the glamour fool you, its a terrible router.