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ESR350 N300 2-Way Interactive Intelligent Router with Four Gigabit Ports, USB and EnShare

  • Bi-Directional 2 Way Interactive Gateway
  • EnGenius Personal Cloud Free APPs
  • EnShare to share data anywhere
  • EnRoute for location tracking
  • EnViewer to view IP cameras
  • EnTalk Lite to save on calls

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  • Marion C.
  • 6/20/2015 1:50:46 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsWorked perfectly for 6+ months, still mostly works.

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: The price, I somehow got this for $40.
Cloud storage is a good idea and seemed to work well with a high quality 64GB USB3.0 stick.
Though not as powerful as the EAP900, it provides a strong signal to most of my yard and every inch of my house.

Cons: A few times a day, every device connected (on both bands) will lose connection for a split second, computers don't even realize it, but Xbox Live will sign out, and if you're watching Netflix you need to be signed in, so Netflix stops, and needs to be restarted before you can watch again, this takes about three minutes ( I actually blame Microsoft for most of that, but This is the trigger). My Girlfriends Galaxy S5 will get booted completely and must be manually logged back on- I have checked this out and confirmed that it is the wireless and not just the Modem losing internet.
Sometimes (like today) the 2.4Ghz band won't work at all for any device that isn't very new - I can log onto the 2.4Ghz network with full bars, there is just no internet, while the 5Ghz band has full internet- this makes no sense to me..... some plug/wire/chip must be bad, but why would it work some days and not others...
Company makes you pay for return shipping even though it's their fault, so I probably won't have this fixed and I'll just blame them for it. I will also stop referring this company to my friends and family.

Other Thoughts: The price on this thing is absurd and anyone buying it for the retail price just isn't doing their homework. Even if it worked, you can get a MUCH nicer model for the price, or very close. I didn't realize I'd gotten it super cheap, I thought I had the option of buying another one for $40 and I wasn't interested.
Antenna fell off and I had to open it to put it back, because they use that sticky gloppy stuff instead of that awesome thing we all call glue. If that voided my warranty I will never buy an Engenius product again - RMA requires you to pay for shipping, I wasn't about to pay any money to go weeks without my property.
I've done scans of the neighborhood and I am the only person using this channel.
What it can do is awesome, but what it does is not.
Since the 5Ghz band works fine for MY stuff I will continue to use it and just snag my 5Ghz adapter back. All in all, it's Okay, but I won't buy it again, and will quit this company if they don't start using glue or something that will at least hold.

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  • Kelly O.
  • 12/7/2014 6:31:03 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsUgh!

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: Pros: Handy as a wireless storage system.
Love the price.
Had good reviews.

Cons: Cons: 5ghz drops all the time.
Poor 5ghz range.

Setup was hell. Passwords were not default as indicated on the router, took 2 days to get support to reply and get it set up.

Other Thoughts: Well, For the last month this has been flaking out about every other day. Have to reset at least every 30 hours. Thought, Maybe it was the Cable Modem, used an old stand by... Nope, nothing changed. Thought, Maybe its the Jump drive in the USB, its old... removed, no change. Thought, Maybe it needs an update... Nope. No change.
Now, When I get a router, I know they don't last forever... I know they don't last as long as my first router did 10 years ago. Less then a year? I'm sorry, This router is junk. I would never buy another from this company. It isn't that setup was hell, or that support was not helpful. Its everything.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Kelly O.,

We appreciate your time in posting your comments and feedback. We are sorry to hear about your experience.

We understand that you are experiencing some issues with your ESR1200 router. We are sorry that there was some misunderstanding with the name and password found on the router. The name and password indicated on the sticker are the default wireless network name (SSID) and the wireless password. The default username and password to access the router user interface is found in the Quick Start Guide (QIG) that came with the unit. As to the other issues that you are having with the router, rest assured that all EnGenius devices have a 1 year limited warranty so please contact our customer support ream to process the RMA.

Please allow us to do some troubleshooting with you. You may reach us through our number at 1-888-735-7888 or e-mail us at Our support team would be glad to be of service to you.

Thank you for your patience and we apologize for the inconvenience.


Engenius Customer Support Team

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  • Joseph S.
  • 8/7/2014 4:55:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsExpect a cheap router

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: AC WIFI (fast speeds) tops out around 200 Mb sustained transfer speeds
Cheap router
Works great as just an AP

Cons: 5 GHz WIFI drops off.

Other Thoughts: When it is working this is a great router. If I just copy small files over the WIFI it will work most of the time. If it is a bigger file the 5Ghz WIFI will drop off. I end up connecting to the 2.4 GHz. If I have to connect to 2.4 GHz why own the AC router?

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  • Leonid B.
  • 7/24/2014 7:55:08 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsVery unstable

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: When it works, it is fast.

Cons: Drops from internet every few hours, with interruptions for a few seconds every few minutes. All this, at a distance of 10 feet. Could not watch Netflix even.
Per advises on various forums, I tried to disable 5Ghz service, but saw no difference.
Do not buy it.

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  • Jerry M.
  • 7/9/2014 9:56:40 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggs

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: I can sum it up with two words PURE JUNK!

Cons: Never had found a pro except it lights up

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  • Kelly O.
  • 5/6/2014 3:15:34 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNot bad

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: Handy as a wireless storage system.
Love the price.
Had good reviews.

Cons: 5ghz drops all the time.
Poor 5ghz range.

Setup was hell. Passwords were not default as indicated on the router, took 2 days to get support to reply and get it set up.

Other Thoughts: Constantly have to connect to the 2.4ghz band with both my GalzxyS5 and Galaxy Tab. The 5ghz kicks out all the time in the evenings and mornings. The range for 2.4ghz is nice, I get it over 150 feet from the router. The 5ghz i have issues in the same room at times.

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  • Wayne K.
  • 11/19/2013 10:02:03 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice router

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: Nice design. Dual band, create your own cloud

Cons: 5 GHz band will drop

Other Thoughts: This router is much more stable than my old Netgear. The old would require rebooting on a daily basis. I have only had to reboot this one once.

The 5GHz band is quite fast for the limited devices that support it, but it does tend to drop a lot and have to be manually reconnected. (A lot is a relative term, once every few days).

Use the could share and hooked up my 1.5TB external HDD up to it. Was able to access from work, but transfer speeds were crazy slow, so, you are still better off using SkyDrive or Google Drive. Not a deal breaker by any means, but if that is a feature you are looking at as a prime reason to buy, you might want to pass.

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4 out of 5 eggsUseful features, easy to configure

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: The ESR1200 is a Dual-Band and Dual-Concurrent wireless AP router, with a band width up to 1200MBps. Compared to other EnGenius routers, this one is designed to be suited for large file sharing, fast web surfing, gaming, HD video, and simultaneous media usage.

This ships with a "Quick Start" and a "Using EnShare" guide. The user manual is only available for download from the EnGenius web site. I found it was nice that they have text words printed for each port, which are easy to read. The LED lights on the unit are for: wireless 5Ghz, 2.4Ghz, power, wan, and wps.

The "Quick Start" guide has seven simple instructions, which included steps to follow and pictures. I found this combination was easy to follow, and noticed it comes in ten languages, I only followed the English and had no troubles.

Before mounting the unit to a wall or ceiling, write down the information on the bottom of the unit, it is needed for the install. The bottom has the userid and password for both 2.4G and 5G, the mac address and a qpic code. The web page will come up with the userid and password as defaults, which you can change to your own values.

I used WPA2 and had no trouble setting it up and making changed on the admin web site. The web site pages have tip help on the right side, and the information was useful.

The router has a default address of, on the initial use it goes to a setup wizard. The instructions state the admin web site works with IE, Firefox, Chrome and Safari, I did not notice any incompatibilities. The site is smart enough to know when the WAN port is disconnected and not allow DDNS configuration to be enabled. Setting the DDNS to disabled with not allow the router to access the EnGenius DDNS servers and will disable the EnShare feature which allows media from the USB storage to be accessed remotely. The admin web site supports eight languages, but you need to connect to it initially in English and navigate the language button to change it.

The USB port easily auto detected a USB drive. EnShare can be set up using the QPIC code or a web browser. The "Using EnShare" guide is only in English. The EnShare product is a Samba Service, supports FTP transfer, and DLNA. This NAS device allows for uploads and downloads of files separate from computer hard drives, so your hard drive stays secure. The EnShare mobile app works on both Android and IOS devices. I noticed file transfers for large files were speedy. I felt the admin web site navigation was better then admin sties from DLInk or Cisco.

I tested this unit in two different buildings, to see how it performs on multiple levels and different wall structures. I did not notice severe restrictions on signal, I actually found the signal strength was slightly better than a Cisco. This is a good plus.

I used the QOS page to set up a few protocol priorities, and did not notice a negative impact. Depending upon the configuration you could impact othe

Cons: The feet on the bottom of the router are just 1/8 inch high, and do not keep the unit off a surface fare enough for the vents to be effective.

While the "Quick Start" guide and the "Using EnShare" guide allow one to get it working, the EnGenius web site for this product has a "User Guide" pdf to download which contains more information and instructions for the admin web site. Since this does not ship with a cdrom with user manuals in various languages, I feel this should have included in the box, or the admin web site should have a link to easily access the current version.

The network cable which came with the unit was too short for me to use, so I replaced it with a longer one.

I found the small white WPS button, which is located is next to the USB port is marked with indentation letters and hard to read.

The AC adapter cord length is short, I was able to reach a UPS to plug it in, others may need a extension cord to reach a outlet.

The EnGenius web site has a firmware upgrade newer than what was installed on the shipped unit. I noticed there have been six updates in the last three months, which either means they have a really good support team, or their product is still going through testing even though it has been shipped. I suggest checking for a recent firmware version before configuration, as well as searching for knowledge base items.

Other Thoughts: The admin web site has a web page for the "IP Camera" function, which supports the EnGenius IP-Cam product only. If this interests you, it will support for up to four EnGenius IP-Cam's simultaneously. Since I Do not have this product, I was not able to try it out.

I tested with six computers, three tablets, five phones. The wireless speeds were consistent and fast, the EnShare local cloud worked fine, the admin web site, both local and remote, had no issues. I was happy the router reboot speed was faster than other brands take. Backing up and restoring configuration files was straight forward and did not error. The Android WiFi Analyser app recognized both bands, and showed the signal strength was greater than a Cisco E4200.

Support is there for IPv6, which I was not able to test.

Another really nice feature is this unit supports up to four separate wireless SSID, which means it can offer internet access to guests and keep then away from data on your private hard drives. I had fun trying out several ways to use this setting, I expect this to be more useful as the devices on a local LAN increase. Trying things out on the admin web site was intuitive, just keep in mind with so many settings to configure, you should backup to a save file often.

The four LAN ports and the WAN port are gigabit speed. The back has ceiling and wall mount points, the mounting holes allow the unit to be attached in four directions. These holes and the body match the EnGEnious AP unit which is designed for a ceiling mount, they both look like smoke detectors.

This offers Quantum Beam, which is a beam forming technology to accelerate wireless speeds with 802.11ac supporting devices. This may just be a marketing phrase, but the signal was strong in both buildings and fast. The WOL feature worked on the test I did.

Unlike other vendor routers, this unit does not have a large logo light, or annoying bright blue lights. The lights it does have are small enough one could tape them off if this was installed in a bedroom, however the lights do glow through the thin housing wall and the vents. The admin site does not have an option to turn the LED lights off.

The monitor feature on the system menu has nice real time graphs of the LAN, WAN, 2.4G WLAN and 5G WLAN bandwidth, showing received and transmit for each of the four graphs which I found to be a convenient way to look at the bandwidth.

The parent control was easy to set up, allowing one to use keywords for content control or to set up a schedule for time of day restrictions, per device or a IP address range.

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3 out of 5 eggsGood but not great.

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: Strong wireless performance. The signal is strong and steady, allowing wireless connections over a maximum portion of the environment.

The ESR1200 had no trouble acting as my primary wireless transceiver on a wireless network that's a hodgepodge of wireless devices of various makes and models. I have three wireless repeaters, two extenders, and a couple of other devices for extending/improving wireless transmission and reception. Getting all of these to "play nice" together at maximum performance can be a challenge. Everything connected to the ESR1200 without a problem.

Gigabit LAN ports on the router are a big plus also. I have a hard wired CAT6 network in my home and detached shop. There are 30+ nodes on that network and traffic over my LAN can be pretty intense if everyone is using something. Having Gigabit ports on the router integrated seamlessly to my network .

The WAN port is also Gigabit, another major plus. Running a state of the art DOCSIS 3.0 modem on a high end cable internet connection requires a Gigabit port for maximum performance. The ESR1200 is able to take full advantage of all the features of the modem including Channel Binding which gives me all the internet speed I'm paying for.

Setup is fairly straightforward and simple for the average user. Everything is easy to find on the HTML user interface and logically grouped where you'd expect it to be. For a basic LAN and internet connection this router is simple to set up and have running in a few minutes.

Advanced users will find the controls they're looking for all grouped under the "Advanced" heading of the user interface. Some brands scatter these settings all over the interface so having them grouped where they're easy to find and configure is a nice touch.

Dual band and AC1200 compatibility make the device more future proof. It's ready to go if you're using both the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands, will work fine if you're switching over to 5 GHz completely, and is compatible with the new AC1200 5 GHz standard as those devices are now becoming available. AC1200 allows "beaming" to follow you around with your mobile device while maintaining the best possible signal.

A configurable Guest Network is a great inclusion. Most routers will allow multiple SSIDs so that you can configure a network for visitors or clients but they do not isolate those connections from the rest of your LAN. This device isolates the guests connections so you can offer wireless internet without exposing everything else on your local network.

The "EnShare" USB port allows what amounts to a built in simple File Transfer Protocol (FTP) without the need of a separate connection to a local computer and an FTP program. This is a very handy feature for those who use such things and allows FTP access without exposing anything but the files you want to be available.

The attractive, clean lines of the disk shaped form factor contribute to making this device look like a professional

Cons: The worst issue I found with the ESR1200 is that using Quality of Service (QoS) cuts my internet download speeds in half. This can be a serious flaw if you're using VOIP, gaming, or anything else that requires QoS. I pay for a lot of bandwidth due to the heavy demands of my LAN infrastructure. Halving what I can get without QoS running is a real problem. See "Other Thoughts" for more on this issue.

There is a setting in Advanced/NAT called "Network Turbine" that breaks my VOIP capability. Using that setting allows VOIP to dial out and the other party gets the call, but you cannot hear them and they cannot hear you. To be fair, a warning box pops up when you activate it saying that it may not be compatible with some things but still- it's an advance high-throughput feature that should work. If you have activated it and are having problems with anything at all, this may be the cause. The thing is, when something isn't working you may not remember activating Network Turbine or realize that's what is causing your problem. It should either work or it should be omitted from configuration options because it's not ready for prime-time yet.

The device, like most other routers, has settings that force a reboot. This is not unusual but the ESR1200 can take anywhere from 90 - 120 seconds to reboot (more if you're doing a firmware update). A device in this price point should have a high-speed chipset and internal memory. When first setting this device up as an advanced user the wait times can be frustrating. Even when the device reboot countdown timer runs out it still takes a few moments before it will actually respond to log in.

The disk shaped form factor is attractive and looks like a smoke detector. Until you have all the ports filled with cables and then it's just a router with a bunch of cables attached to it. So this may be more of a "box appeal" marketing thing than an actual plus.

The shape of the device is oriented to look proper when sitting on a flat surface like a desk, which is probably not the optimum orientation for wireless purposes. It comes with sheet rock anchors and screws and can be mounted on the wall or ceiling. So which way provides the best wireless signal? Who knows?- the manual doesn't say anything about what the best orientation for the best signal is.

The manual and documentation are adequate for an average user but advanced users will find the documentation sparse and unhelpful. This is a "con" because at this price-point an advanced user will likely consider purchasing the ESR1200 for it's advanced configuration capabilities. Be prepared to call tech support and go through the usual rigamarole getting answers to advanced configuration problems.

Tech support is only available Mon-Fri 8AM to 4PM U.S. Pacific Time (PST/PDT). If you're setting this up on a weekend and run into a problem you're not getting any help until Monday. Few will want to stay home from work to call tech support durin

Other Thoughts: Activating QoS halved download speed even with no settings configured, it's not a mis-configuration it's a QoS software problem.

Download speed drops from 75 Mb/s to 37.5 Mb/s with QoS active.

Channel Binding by my Motorola Surfboard modem may or may not be a cause. Channel binding is a feature of the modem that cannot be deactivated on a connection that supports it so the fault still lies with the ESR1200. If Channel Binding is the problem then the makers of the ESR1200 need to take that into account.

To be fair about this I called tech support. Support answered the phone promptly and were extremely courteous with a sincere desire to help. The Tier 1 lady I spoke with actually listened to what I had to say instead of trying to run me through her flow-chart as quickly as possible and that's unusual for tech support these days. She made every effort to resolve this issue including putting me briefly on hold while she consulted Tier 2 and Engineering.

Support suggested a firmware update that had just been released a few days prior. I ran the update but it didn't resolve the QoS problem. As of this writing there is no solution. The firmware offered on their website at this time is the same version I am running.

I use QoS because I have three Ooma VOIP devices behind (downstream) of my router. My VOIP systems supply all voice communications for my home and business so they're vital. I got them all working but that's more a function of UPnP than it is of QoS so it's not the optimal solution I would prefer.

EnGenius tech support issued me a ticket number for this support case so I will work with them as I have time to see if we can solve this problem.

I don't have time to do that before the deadline for submitting this review so in all honesty as things sit right now the problem stands. They have a very positive attitude which is nice to see and encouraging.

This review needs to be honest and straightforward so I took an egg off for the QoS issue and an egg off for the rest of the "cons". Tech support isn't helpful if it's not there when you need it and if you work outside your home as most people do then you're not going to want to stay home to call tech support over a router because that's the only time they're available.

I also tried not to geek-out on techspeak so that my experience would be beneficial to as wide range of folks considering buying this device as possible. Other reviewers have covered other aspects so with the limit on how much I can post I tried to leave that to them and wrote about where my experience differed.

The bottom line on this device is that it's a very good piece of hardware if you don't need the things I've found wrong with it. It's now a permanent fixture in my infrastructure so I can work with/around the issues. Buying this I would not regret the purchase but I am hoping that with their "can do" approach they can remedy the shortcomings of the ESR1200 by firmware upd

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4 out of 5 eggsGood Router for the price

This review is from: EnGenius ESR1200 Dual Band 2.4/5 GHz Wireless AC1200 Cloud Gigabit Router with USB Port and EnShare

Pros: Supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands with 802.11 a/b/g/n and ac (draft).
Easy to use and straight-forward setup.
Decent output signal strength.
Round design is more attractive than a standard square router.

Cons: Device is light-weight and doesn't feel like a premium built router.
Front LEDs are very bright and can't be dimmed or turned off.

Other Thoughts: When I received this router, I had never heard of the company EnGenius before, but the packing was well put together and arrived in perfect condition.

I removed my VIZIO XWR100 router and replaced it with the EnGenius ESR1200. The installation was easy and when going to a web site for the first time, it shows a step-by-step guide for setting up the router's settings. After that, you can then go directly to the site and make more advanced settings. I like to make sure that WPA2(AES) security is used, since it is the most secure. You can also turn off the SSID broadcast as well, for even more security.

Once it was all set-up to my liking, I've used it now for over a week. So far, I've been very pleased with the ESR1200. My home PC is connected to it via an Ethernet cable, and sees it as a 1Gbps connection, even though my Comcast Cable Modem speeds top-out a 55Mbps. But if I connect a 2nd PC with GigaBit Ethernet, the file transfer speeds between them are almost instantaneous.

For Wi-Fi, I have several smartphones and tablets that I've used. When connected to the 5GHz band, I can get full 55Mbps speed from Comcast with a distance of about 40 feet with no obstructions. But if I go downstairs, with a concrete floor and walls blocking, it can drop down to 8-10Mbps. When I tested the 2.4GHz connection, I was able to get slightly more range, as 2.4GHz can pass better through walls, though the down-side is that there is more device clutter on this band.

Despite this, I have not had any signal drops, like I was getting daily when using the VIZIO XWR100 router, which I had to restart a few times per week.

The ESR1200 supports up to 300Mbps when using the 2.4GHz band and 867Mbps with the 5GHz band. This may seem like over-kill right now, but it is future-proofing the device, and if you do have an 802.11ac device, it can transfer files at the 867Mbps speed with a GigaBit Ethernet connected PC. I used one smartphone that supports 802.11ac, and it showed a connection speed of 450Mbps to the router. This is fine for transfers to-and-from other devices on this home network, but remember that for web use, you are still limited to your ISP speed tier.

The only thing I don't like about the ESR1200 is that the front blue LEDs are very bright. Since I have it set-up in my bedroom, the LEDs can be seen flashing all night long. I ended up placing a piece of masking tape over the LEDs, and now it's OK. But it would be nice if there was a setting in the software to dim the LEDs or turn them off.

Overall, it's a nice router for the price, even though there isn't much "reputation" yet for the company, since I believe they are someone new to the market.

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