- 802.11b/g/n 300Mbps
- Good home/dorm router
- WDS wireless bridge
- Live Parental Control
- IP based bandwidth control
- Stable Signals with CCA Technology
- Easy installation
Great Economical Router 01/16/2014
Just wanted to provide an update on this router as I have had it for 11 months now and it is still working flawlessly. It came with the most current firmware at the time I bought it and because it has been so stable and reliable I haven't even thought about updating it. This is a well designed "cheap" router that performs admirably for what it is, with good range. I have it in the bottom floor of a Tri-Level home and get 5 bars in the master bedroom on the top floor. No complaints, no drops.
None, very stable and cool running router.
I probably have rebooted this three times in almost a year, and one of the times was when my DSL modem bit the dust. Got this when it was $20 and really had no idea that it would work this well without any glitches. It is a single band 300Mbps N router with only 10/100 ethernet ports, but it does what it was designed to do without problems.
When my DSL modem died a couple of months ago, it had been so long since I logged into the router that I had to look up the administrator password. Running that long without problems is my kind of router. If you don't need gigabit ports or dual bands, it is hard to go wrong with this router priced at 20 something bucks, especially after reading of some horror stories from people who have bought expensive routers and had lots of problems.
I will be replacing this in the near future with something with more capabilities but not because this one doesn't work well, and I will definitely look at what TP-Link has to offer after owning this one.
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