Summary: I replaced my catastrophic BT Hub with this monster. It does the job like a pro. We have many devices in the house + Wifi Tvs & consoles. Since plugging this in, connection is a breeze. Be aware if you are planning to place it in your narrow shelf. It is a very tall device.
Summary: I work in a building with more than 20 other wireless networks and all previous wireless routers struggled to work well in such a congested location. I'm not an expert of wifi technology but this one however seems to be able to manage much better with the 5G network never dropping out. The setup is simple and I especially like the ability to setup a guest wifi network allowing clients to use it without having access to our network.
Summary: I bouth this to replace a Technicolor TG582n router supplied by my ISP when I migrated to fibre optic. The router didn't work from day 1 and refused to connect to my modem. Returned for a refund. Avoid.
Summary: Needed to replace a Netgear N600 Wireless Router that had been playing up a bit since a lightning storm a couple of months ago. One Ethernet connector no longer worked and I seemed to get more than my fair share of IP address conflicts (The router acted as the gateway and also the DHPC server). Well I went for the N900 and I am not sorry. Installed with ease - even remembered my old settings and set itself to use the same range of private IP addresses!
Summary: I've finally dumped my BT Homehub 3 as the wireless connection was disconnecting and sometimes reconnecting every 30 seconds. So, in its place, I've installed the Netgear N900 router (WNDR4500v2) to my BT Infinity modem and it is rock solid. It took about 10 minutes to install and set it up and I now have several devices connected wirelessly at 5GHz. You can also use 2.4GHz if you wish.