Excellent bargain router, but not without it's quirks
Bought this to replace the shockingly poor D-Link DSL-2640R which was unable to maintain a stable connection (i.e. frequent disconnects) and, more annoyingly still, would not reconnect quickly (or at all sometimes) after it had dropped the connection.
The TP-Link by contrast is a marvel, holds the connection well and - should the line have problems - reconnects quickly and without requiring a reboot.
Overall, however, I liked the MBR. It small size and ability to work with USB modems (that can be placed on the supplied cable) give it an edge over the D-Link and Linksys routers, both of which use PC card 3G adapters. It is inexpensive, easy to set up and provides a basic set of routing features that should serve most users well.
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