|Wireless Type||802.11 a/b/g/n|
Buffalo AirStation AC1300 / N900 Gigabit Dual Band Wireless Router - WZR-D1800H
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- Supports 802.11ac and 802.11n
- Transfer speeds up to 1300 Mbps in the 5 GHz spectrum
- Dual band wireless router
- Combined speeds up to 1750 Mbps
- Simultaneous wireless operation on the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands
- Ideal for high speed data streaming
- VPN Access
- AOSS/ WPS
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A couple of things I think are really nice about this router is that it is essentially 2 wireless routers in one. You can assign SSIDs to both the new ac/n/a standard and the n/g/b standard. I gave them separate names to easily distinguish which one is which. The other option that is nice is the ability to plug into the router an external hard drive as a NAS device. I have not played around too much with that feature yet.
Overall I have had no problems with it. Everything connects to the wireless flawlessly. I have seen signal and performance increase over my old router. My laptop was getting about 5-6Mbps downloads on speed tests and now it's getting around 25 which is the same as my desktop plugged in.
First, some information:
I've used many wireless devices over the years, most recently the D-Link DIR-655 and Cisco E4200 V1. Both of these devices were sufficient to suit my needs for various situations without being excessively well featured, lacking various things such as VPN endpoint termination or (in the case of the 655) even a 5GHz band. However, when I found myself in the situation to replace my E4200 (died less than one month out of warranty), I decided that new technology was in order.
You may ask why I dont run something a little higher end, it comes down to available funds. Believe me, I'd like to, but one cannot always afford enterprise grade Cisco APs and routers.
In researching a new wireless router for myself, I had found that Draft 802.11AC is in the process of being ratified and new devices are on the market based on this technology. While I did not have any other devices that are currently AC capable, I decided that I did not want to restrict myself to slower N technology as AC will be the next step in the Wireless evolution.
When comparing devices I found that the Buffalo WZR-D1800H had this AC capability at a much cheaper price than many other manufacturers while maintaining an extensive amount of capabilities. In addition, Buffalo is well known for supporting and implementing DD-WRT open source router firmware.
I found that the Buffalo WZR-D1800H had relatively good reviews on the SmallNetBuilder website and had many capabilities that the other routers lacked without the premium price tag. The downside of this was that it is only an average Wireless N performer.Read more ›
Cons: Even though the range is extended, the connection speed drops at the outer edges of its coverage. Router reboots after most changes in configuration. But this only affects the initial setup. Needs advanced settings for more experienced users.
Other Thoughts: The white buffalo logo lighting up is pretty neat. Overall design, look and feel of the router is great. Buffalo has been very good with offering solid products.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this product in December 2012. It was a good router to begin with but as routers go, it appears this product has some built in obsolescence and the router now requires a... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brooke Edwards
absolutely LOVE IT. May need to get a different provider. Comcast doesn't always deliver the speed they say they are giving you!Published 20 months ago by Faye E Matier
very easy to use software. Much more user friendly than Cisco linksys routers which are ridiculous.Published on September 25, 2014 by Andrew
Ok, let's be brutally honest here since the start: I don't use stock firmware on an AP anymore. And if you don't know how to flash your router with DD-WRT and/or TomatoUSB (Shibby)... Read morePublished on July 17, 2014 by brUcEg
I bought this used and could not use it because however owners it last deleted the manufacturer software from the device and I could not use the router.Published on March 12, 2014 by George Goode
This router is typical of my experience Buffalo products. It maintains a solid connection, has great speed, decent administration software, but lacks extensive range. Read morePublished on February 22, 2014 by C. Perry
I bought this router to replace my Netgear router. In judging the Buffalo by the price, compared to that of the Netgear, I expected it to work a lot better but unfortunately it... Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by Hawiko
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