Bought this to replace a Buffalo router that would need resetting every couple of days.
Had it for a month or so now and it has been 100% reliable. Took a bit of configuration, but if you're technically competent, then it's not too bad, and it gives you all the options you could need. No problems handling simultaneous connections from 4 wired machines and 7+ wireless devices at once. Started using it with ADSL2+ internet, now Fibre and had no issues with either.
Much easier to configure things like port forwarding and static IP addresses than the Buffalo. That could be in part due to my previous familiarity with Netgear equipment, but it just seems so much more straightforward.
Only flaws I can give are the inability to customise the QoS rules (as far as I can tell), and the price is quite high, but if you're willing to pay, it is excellent.
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