I have had excellent service from my Trendnet routers, others may not.
30 October 2013
Summary: Use one as a wireless router and use another as wireless access point wired to the router to expand range.They have given me excellent service unlike other popular brands that I had bought in the past at 5 to 10 times the cost.
Summary: The product was easy to install and worked well at first. Customer service is in a foreign land and very difficult to understand. The call took forever and didn't solve the issue. We replaced it with another brand and have been very happy with it.
Summary: I liked the customer service support which walked me through the installation and security settings in less than 10 minutes free call. Router works smoothly and my electricity bill is almost the same! I did not like that I had to reset it a few times the first week before using my laptop or my wife's one.
Summary: I've had this product for a few weeks and it has worked OK so far. If you're a Mac user, note that the setup/configuration software on the CD it comes with is for Windows only, and nowhere (that I could find) in the written instructions does it tell you what to do if you own a Mac. However, it is Mac-compatible; you can set it up through an internet browser. After some searching online, I found this solution: [...
Summary: Easy set up. Admin page is simple to navigate and set up your network. Encryption is easy and fast. High speed good range. I recommend. I have owned Belkin, Linksys and D-Link, they have all failed over time.
Summary: Easy to configure. Easy to manage. Consistent performer (I use it in a concrete/steel/brick multi-level setting. Only runs 108 when open, but WPA produces a solid 54mBps performance with the included MIMO.
Summary: Let me first start by saying I'm not all that savvy when it comes to routers. I found this one easy to follow the operating instructions for...with a few idiosyncracies. First, my computer didn't work exactly as the instructions said it should. I had a hard time getting the computer to recognize the router. I searched for my problem online and found the same issue where someone essentially said "just try again", and I did, and it worked!
Summary: This thing is very inexpensive, but works just fine in my 2-story house. I've been running it for a few months now, and even knocked it off the shelf a couple of times, and its going strong. Plenty of signal strength all around the house to connect our desktops, laptops, and Wii.