Summary: I use two of these now for spreading out a wireless network (1 repeater, 1 access point along with an Asus DSL-N55U), and I am very happy with them - they are fairly painless to set up if you have even a vague idea of what you are doing (always helps!), and pretty much work out of the box, subject to some minor settings tweaks to suit your requirements. They have a good range as they are, but a bigger antenna will improve range considerably (obviously).
Summary: As a router this may be fine. The interface seems good and comprehensive, and it was easy to navigate. However, I bought it for two reasons, 1) the wireless repeater mode and 2) to use as a print server. I never got as far as trying to set 2)!! I found it impossible to get the wireless repeater mode to work with my BT Home Hub no matter how many times I tried and no matter what I did in the set-up. The wireless is fine but the encryption clearly defeats it.
Summary: The router looks good, is easy to setup. The router part works good, didn't have any issues with it. However, the wireless part of the router is total crap. It keeps hanging at least two-three times a day. After it hangs, you need to power-cycle it for it to start working again. Custom firmware doesn't help - it seems the hardware is at fault. Would NOT recommend even to my worst enemy.
Summary: So far Ive been unable to connect this router to the internet.Its Eazy connection routine just does not work and the supplied utility on CD is no better.The on board "Doctor" wizard is less than helpful and unless you know your way around things like manually My old Belkin pre N router was easy to set up and worked almost without human intervention but the Asus is driving me potty,I shall have to get a friend who is more computer literate to sort it for me.
Summary: Bought it from Newegg for $15 with a $10 mir offer. It's such a shame that I cut off the barcodes too early . Since I cannot return it to newegg(barcodes gone) and I have to pay my shipping to send over the RMA to Asus, and there's no guarantee that it won't die on me again, I decided to throw it to the trash .
Pros: Signal coverage is far , when it works.
Cons: The data speed was unstaple, sometimes low and a little jumpy afterward. So I updated the firmware like I always did to my routers. Then, this router was dead. and it was not even a week after I got it.
Summary: This is almost perfect for my need. I use MAC filtering for main SSID access control, and the password for the guest SSID.And it has support for all these which I think most of the wireless routers do have. I also like to assign a static IP to my local LAN resources and it allows me to set specific IP to a MAC address from the router configuration instead of configuring each device to a specific IP.
Pros: Good features with multiple SSID support. Low price. Pretty good signal. Very stable. Easy setup.
Cons: Something I wish it had is 1000M LAN instead of the 100M LAN that this has. The spec does state this has 100M LAN, so it's not really a con.
Excerpt: Have been using the Asus RT-N10P Wireless-N150 Router for about 5 months now as a repeater/range extender to provide wireless service to an outbuilding. It was very easy to set up and has yet to lose its connection to the network when in use.
Summary: I found the ASUS RT-N10P router on sale for $25.99 with free shipping, and couldn't resist. Some of the new Linux firmware builds are now supporting this router so I figured to give it a try. Not having gigabit ports is OK, as my house already has switched gigabit ethernet throughout and the wireless N is quite sufficient for the various mobile devices on my 10Mbps internet connection.
Pros: Solid value. With a little know-how, can be enhanced with upgraded firmware and extra features.
Cons: Basic router hardware, wireless / networking / cpu are not the latest or fastest specs.