Summary: Might want to consider buying one a little more expensive but if you dont have the money you will be okay
Pros: Ive had this router for about 6 years or more and its been working good, easy to set up and signal gets around my house.
Cons: The internet sometimes drops and you have unplug the router then plug it back in and you have to do this multiple times. Wifi doesnt get anywhere outside of my house even if its right outside. Its not as fast as newer ones.
Summary: Listing needs to be adjusted for the error. Can't all be accurate all the time I guess.
Pros: simple enough for an access point!
Cons: Not as advertised. I didn't look behind the listing on the egg since it said 4 gigabit ports in both the description and details. It's only 100mbps. Shellshocker was over-played in my head and I ordered it so fast in fear of missing out. Oh well, still good for repeating.
Summary: I was looking for the WGR614v8 model to apply DD-WRT, but got the WGR614v10 model, which currently does not support DD-WRT. I suppose it's my own fault for not just doing a search on Newegg for "DD-WRT" and finding a cheap model with which to apply "DD-WRT" firmware.
Pros: The latest firmware from Netgear (v18.104.22.168) gives this decent N speeds, albeit capped at 150 mbs. Seems to be a reliable router, although it couldn't do what I needed it to.
Cons: Can't use DD-WRT, as this is the WGR614v10 model. I needed to use this as a client bridge to attach some wired devices in another part of my house. I should have just gone with a wireless router on Newegg that had DD-WRT support right in the product description.
Summary: What? No hardware-firewall? I'm connected 24/7 with Windoze Firewall, anti-virus, anti-spyware, and myNetWatchman. No problem.
Pros: It routes.
Cons: Got mine. Used the wireless once. I turned the radio Off, and used [wired] ethernet ports for two computers. Worked fine that way for a couple of years. Then, webpages started to take a long time to load. I wasn't happy, but I didn't know what was wrong. Then, it stopped working, and I finally ha...
Summary: All-in-all, I was happy with my purchase. For the 5 months, I had superior cooperation from this hardware, and not once did I curse at it. So, if 20 dollars is what it takes for peace of mind for every 5 months from a router, I'd/I'll do it again.
Pros: I'll start off by stating I love newegg.com, and this is the first time I've had a problem. I bought this router refurbed, and for about 5 months it worked ideally. It was up and running in minutes, it's sleek and has a GREAT Wi-Fi radius. (i could be outside my apartment, and on the front stoop ...
Cons: ...it started dropping it's Wi-Fi signal intermittently. Problem with that is, if you have a Blackberry, or Laptop, and you're doing something (BBM, Call, e-mail...etc.), you have to wait for the reconnect. For the price, it's amazing, but be warned, a refurbished item, may not be up to par every...