all gigabit ports
covers my home & yard well ~ 75' radius @ 2.4GHz/ 50' @ 5gHz
No problem w/ throughput
All devices on LAN comunicate without a glitch
External switches for AOSS, QOS (w/ "user friendly software"/non-dd-wrt)
Plenty of add-on ser
My 5GHz radio broke after a week, but Buffalo RMA's these for three years, and mine went off without a hitch. Real domestic tech support 24/7, that can do ore than read off a script.
I've been around electronics enough to know sometimes a lemon rolls off
A big updrage from my 3-year old draft N d-link. Plenty stable, and runs the bandwidth I pay for from my ISP, with a new DOCSIS 3 modem at a continuous rate. Why not 5-stars? Maybe I should. Its not as fast as a few routers (according to PCmag review) ... Read full review
A big updrage from my 3-year old draft N d-link. Plenty stable, and runs the bandwidth I pay for from my ISP, with a new DOCSIS 3 modem at a continuous rate. Why not 5-stars? Maybe I should. Its not as fast as a few routers (according to PCmag review) that cost 2-3 times as much, but I think the cost is a perk (get two, run one as an AP, amd double your network size). The features more than make up for the supposed relative lack of speed. Besides, 5-stars are only for epic products. I'm a geek, and I could have used Buffalo writing a better help menu in, specifically a detailed spec of their custom DD-WRT config.
Updated on Sep 14, 2011
Ability to cut off the kids acsess after bedtime, and only allow furring specific times by MAC or IP, your choice. Can run as a straight router, AP, Ad Hoc server, ect.
looks sleek, the hardware version I have is tri-axial antenas (2 external, internal) on internal antennas- use wisely, internal of this type individual mileage will vary)
Its a domestic tech company, with 24/7 domestic tech support.
Plenty other pros, read up on it, its solid.