Summary: I purchased this router to get around the $8/month fee my ISP charges for using their router. That being said, I didn't expect much from this little box, but as always Cisco has once again surprised me.
Summary: This has been a good alternative to the ISP provided gateway (ie Modem / Router combo) . This gateway has a smaller footprint than an Linksys E3000 Router, and reduces the number of devices need to check if you need to solve network solutions.
Summary: I've been a long time user of Linksys routers. I've used this router for over two years, and I've been loving it. Some Pros and Cons that I've noticed are below: Pros: Solid wireless connectivity. Guest access with password. Configure once, then left alone.
Attention MAC Owner's Install/Setup Using CD Problems
Messy Pomp, Amazon
4 July 2013
Summary: The CD ROM with setup software for MAC's "running OS X Leopard 10.5 or Snow Leopard 10.6 or later" did not work on anything later than listed. Error message that the operating system is not supported. I am using 10.8.4 on a Mac Book Pro and iMAC.
Summary: Originally received product where the power adapter was wrong size for device, Replacement was shipped out right away and I was able to print shipping docs and return defective system at no cost. Works well though it can get a bit warm - do not place in direct sunlight.
Summary: This review may have very little to do with this router. But since we just purchased this router and having a little hard time setting up the att internet service, hope this review may help whoever later on using whatever router. Step 1: Connect the router to the dsl cable and power it up.