Summary: This router never worked liked it should and never was able to fit with the local systems despite repeated calls to the local company and e-mails to trendnet. Support was poor and I would stay away...
Bare essentials... Best for an unsecured network...
W. Moy, Amazon
24 November 2010
Summary: I thought I'd try to scrape by with the cheapest router, thinking "it'll do the job." But when I tried using it for the first time, I was met with an obnoxious firmware/interface that requires 15 seconds restarts between setting changes.
Summary: I bought this router months ago, and while it does send out a strong wireless signal, it frequently drops. I don't have to restart the router, it restarts itself... but where it really bothers me is with online games... I get booted from the server in the middle of a game..
Summary: I believe the negative aspect of the product is more important for the readers, the package included with an installation guide and a CD. I was unable to install it myself even I followed the instructions given.
Wireless routers are apparently not all the same...
A. R. Fasih, Amazon
17 May 2008
Summary: Having used wireless routers for several years, we thought they would be commoditized when we went to buy a new one about a year ago, and so bought the cheapest one (this Trendnet). I think we continue to use it to network two laptops to the internet just to see how much frustration we can take.
Summary: I researched what is available on the market, and this router had all the features I wanted - MAC filtering, WPA password protection, 54 Mbps, can be used as a switch, works with PC and Mac. Trendware offered a nice rebate too.