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Don't do it! You've been warned...
on October 1, 2017
This router worked well for a number of months, then I started having issues with the wifi bugging out and needing a power reset to bring it back online. I used this router as a slave to my primary DHCP router, a very similar TP-Link WDR3600. My primary router then started losing its mind and losing connection to my cable modem. I removed my 3600 and replaced it with the 4300 unit and reconfigured as my primary DHCP router. It worked for a couple of weeks then the 4300 unit started losing DHCP capability. I was unable to log into the unit with my desktop PC which is connected with a LAN cable, even with setting a static IP address to the PC. More resets and heartache until I decided to trash 'em both and buy a Linksys router to replace. So to recap: this router is less than a year old, and my older router just went out of its 2-year warranty. One failed unit is an anomaly, but two routers? That's a reliability failure. Who has time to mess with routers that can't stay online? And mind you, this is coming from a person who is comfortable with configuring home routers, those who aren't will have a heck of a time with these piles of poop!