|Wireless Type||802.11 a/b/g/n, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
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D-Link Wireless N300 PowerLine Adapter AV500 Gigabit Router (DHP-1565)
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- Achieve whole home coverage with this hybrid router that combines Wireless N300, PowerLine 500AV and Gigabit Ethernet for great coverage and performance
- Fast wired connection with 4 Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports and 1 Gigabit Internet Port
- Easy PowerLine and Wireless Setup with one-button Connect
- Enhanced Internet Experience with built-in QoS Engine
- Share a USB printer or storage device with SharePort Technology across your network
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|Data Transfer Rate||300 Megabits Per Second||200||750 Megabits Per Second||100 Megabits Per Second|
|Total Lan Ports||4||13||4||8|
|Wireless Comm Standard||802 11 ABGN||802 11 B||802 11 AC||Information not provided|
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Top Customer Reviews
A note to people considering this product… What you need to know about Powerline products in general is:
1. They can’t be plugged into power strips/surge protectors.
2. You need “something” on each end. (and by something I mean a “Powerline product”).
a. For instance… if you have a non-Powerline router, you need it to plug into a Powerline adaptor that is plugged directly into the wall.
b. If you buy “This” particular router… it’s both “all in one” (that’s why it’s bigger and heavier than most routers).
What I will caution you about is the “other end” piece. I read many reviews and people warned me that the wireless adaptor that you would put in a remote location has “troubles” a few months out.
These claims ARE TRUE… so buy at your own risk. I bought this router and one Wireless remote for my bedroom at the other side of the house and it worked great for 2 months… now it constantly disconnects and what is even more frustrating is my wireless devices (laptops, iPhones, iPads, Nexus tabs) all connect to it, but they won’t transfer any data… So infuriating. So right now, it’s a “Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t”.
But anyway, this isn’t a review about the wireless adapter… the router itself is the best router I’ve ever had… it’s super-fast and really sharp looking and deserves the 5 star rating I gave it.
Very nice unit. Bought to replace an older Cisco/Linksys E series router and couldn't be happier. Sets up quickly out of the box, and during service restoration after a power outage, (which is fairly frequent here), boots up quickly. Wireless coverage is excellent in a 1750' single level home. My only caveat of any of the all-in-one units is the lack of an external antenna, (easily remedied by buying one WITH an external antenna lol), but this unit exceeded my expectations based upon the price I paid for it. If you're looking for a rock solid dependable unit, I can recommend this router. I have an 80meg download cable modem service from Armstrong Cable, and this router has more than ample throughput to handle multiple devices at the same time, with indiscernible latency for downloading music, playing games, and/or watching Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime. I haven't needed to use the POE function, so I can't comment on the viability of that. I can say that as a technician for a telephone/cable company, I have years of experience with routing and network configuration, so a lot of the steps the average consumer would have to take to make any of these units perform as written in the manual were bypassed, so I won't comment on that. I've read a few of the other reviews and I can't comment on the quality control issues written about, but the 1 consistent theme regarding the Powerline adapters and wireless not working, I will. Powerline adapters WILL NOT PASS consistently through 2 common items in the home. Power strips and GFI......period!!Read more ›
Considering that this was a gigabit router, I thought it would be powerful enough to not have problems along the way. My setup was that it would be connected to other computers primarily through the PowerLine network and Wifi. The PowerLine adapters I had were AV2 600 which would have been more than compatible with this router. Yet after two weeks of usage, the wifi and PowerLine started to have failures. Resetting the router and re-flashing the firmware did nothing to fix this problem as it started failing 15 minutes after I had done the former. By the end of a month, I had given up on this router and decided to return it.
I had hopes for a all-in-one PowerLine Wifi router but this forced me to consider than having separate systems for the PowerLine and router was indeed a superior choice. Whether or not other brands would have a better solution was something I didn't want to try after going through hell trying to debug this router.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This item was so old the installation software would not run on my computer. It needed Windows 200 or Vista. Read morePublished 19 months ago by J. Barrett
I selected two of these to form the basis of a power line network to serve both wireless and Ethernet/wired devices in our home. Read morePublished 20 months ago by William J. Roberts
Did not work at all as posted on Amazon.com. Ended up having to ask internet provider for one of their routers.Published 21 months ago by Wheels
OK, I don't do wireless and so I depend solely on either my wired connection or my power-line Ethernet adapter and I am wholly disappointed and disgusted. Read morePublished 23 months ago by John
I think I would have gotten better wifi signal results by sticking two fingers into my electrical outlet and standing barefoot in a bathtub full of water than I did by coupling... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Carbona Not Glue
This router replaced an older D-Link model that was dropping our android devices. It works great and the signal is good all over the house - no need for the extenders.Published 23 months ago by mdianne
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