Easy set-up and excellent configuration options
If you intend to connect to ADSL2+ over a wireless router and are one of the lucky ones that can achieve a speed between 21Mbps and 24Mbps, the Vigor2820n won't be able to deliver the full speed to wireless clients. This isn't a show stopper as a large majority of homes are unlikely to hit this speed or even have the option available, but it's something to keep in mind.
Bundle of features
The Vigor2820n is offering a bumper bundle of features making it highly appealing to small businesses looking for a sophisticated broadband router. General security and wireless features are particularly good and the current deal with the USB wireless N adapter makes this package even better value.
Bad Wireless Signal
I bought this cable from Cox , it was the only one they offered and I figured that it would be supported by them . The wireless in a 1000 square foot house of lathe and plaster is awful. I have to restart it daily. I had ATT with a 2Wire cheapo router and had excellent wireless. Now I have to have Powerline Ethernet adapters all over the house that use electricity to get the fast cable connection I pay for. There's not much documentation on it either on how to boost the signal.
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