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June 15, 2016

AirStation Extreme AC1750 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Router (WZR-1750DHPD)

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WZR-1750DHPD review and price:

BUFFALO AirStation Extreme AC1750 features:

  • 802.11ac offers speeds up to 3x faster than 802.11n
  • Open Source DD-WRT firmware installed for advanced features
  • 3 Year Warranty with 24/7/365 Customer Support
  • Viewable performance statistics to measure bandwidth levels
  • Advanced QoS controls for bandwidth allocation
  • Features 800MHz dual-core processor with 512 MB of Ram
  • WDS wireless Bridging/Repeater plus Wi-Fi spot capable
  • VLAN support, DHCP server and NAT support
Other Info for this deal:

Warranty: standard manufacturer’s warranty
S&H: Free shipping if ordered online
BUFFALO AirStation’s dimensions and weight: check our reviews
Coupon: n/a

Recent reviews:

After having intermittent drop outs (having to reboot to regain internet access) from the top two routers out there, Netgear R7000 and Asus AC68U, I sent them both back and waited for this DD-WRT AC router from Buffalo. Maybe I am just lucky, however I have made many configuration changes and done many reboots without the “bricking” issue being stated here. I have only had it five days, however I have not lost or seen degraded WiFi or wired connections, and I have MANY. I have discovered two problems so far although. 1st, the default WiFi security settings do not seem to work (could not connect). I believe they were a WPA/WPA2 auto type (sorry, not at home to look up the setting). When i changed to WPA2 AES, I was good to go. Second, most likely caused by the interior antennaes (ugh ), the 5ghz range is not ideal. But, it does cover my 3000 sqft house, however I noticed that I only get 1 bar at the farthest points. The good news is that that one bar looks to be pretty stable and speed is good also. 2. 4 easily covers the whole house into the yard. I am running both AC and N devices without issue on both bands. I replaced my old Netgear WNR854T caused by recurrent WiFi drops. I went with this model for the DD-WRT support in an AC router with improved features over stock DD-WRT. I wanted the DD-WRT community support, stability, and feature set. I figured that if some glitches are discovered, that the DD-WRT firmware could be fixed faster than proprietary firmware particularly after the model is out of production. So far, so good with the Buffalo, however it’s still early. Will update when I get few months of use in. UPDATE: 5/28/14Ok, had this router for some months now and NOT ONE DROP OFF My Netgear router could have been rebooted at least three times in that same time.

The features are great. The dd-wrt stock firmware is great. This costly router but resets to factory settings after every power cycle. It has caused a world of ache for me having to restore from backup every time its power cycled – intentionally or otherwise (didn’t have backup 1st time it happened and had to re-configure all settings from scratch). I have sent an email to Buffalo support but no answer for the last 4 days. Not a pleased buyer. Update (1/16/2015):Buffalo support deemed faulty RAM as the because of this problem. Had a frustrating phone conversation with what seemed like an outsourced RMA vendor who refused to do an “Advanced RMA” and insisted i return my faulty router 1st, then wait for a new/refurbished unit to be shipped (today can you survive without an Internet router at home many days?). I sent an email threatening a bad review on Amazon to a different support email address offered by this company. The answer to that was a phone call from a Buffalo tech. The person was nicer and clarified the RMA procedure and agreed to do an “Advanced RMA” as a courtesy. What followed wasn’t nice. I’m amazed that a big company like Buffalo charges $30 for replacing an costly faulty router. The router was bought less than 3 months ago The RMA procedure also involves a refundable charge on the credit card equal to the full cost of a new router that’s supposed to be returned after they get the faulty unit. More problems with this procedure: 1) The person had to setup an RMA for me which took more than 3 days as indicated by him their systems were down and it had to be done on the “backend”. He promised a phonecall as early as that was done but instead i had to ping them 3 days afterward to solicit a answer.

I just got this router yesterday and first tried to cancel while in transit caused by all the negative reviews. It was late to cancel so when it arrived I configured it to go with my home network. My last router was a LinkSys WRT54G on DD-WRT and was running for the past 5 years without any issues. The reason for the buy was my bandwidth went up from 30mbps to 100mbps. The WRT54G maxed out at 30mbps download so I wanted a router that could support the faster DL/UL speeds. I tried to flash other AC1750 routers but it could either because one of the antenna’s to not work or forced them to slower speeds. The Buffalo AC1750 already had DD-WRT pre-installed and supported so it was an easy choice. So far everything works as projected. I had to do some resets to get the VLAN setup properly but once its up it looks to be handling all my content just good and no decrease in ping, packet loss, or stability. I understand this is the 1st day but just wanted to share that with the stock firmware everything works as projected. Both 2Ghz/5Ghz power and range are projected but a big improvement to my WRT54G router. The router is in my garage and the 2Ghz signal carries during our ranch-style 2,500 sq house. 5Ghz is restricted to bordering rooms only. All my routers in the past have been NetGear or LinkSys. I have never bought a Buffalo product before but so far so good. Will update in 3 months or before the warranty expires.

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AC1750 Extreme Gigabit technical ratings and MSRP
  • 3 Year Warranty with 24/7/365 Customer Support
  • 802.11ac offers speeds up to 3x faster than 802.11n
  • VLAN support, DHCP server and NAT support
  • Viewable performance statistics to measure bandwidth levels
  • Features 800MHz dual-core processor with 512 MB of Ram
  • Advanced QoS controls for bandwidth allocation
  • Open Source DD-WRT firmware installed for advanced features
  • WDS wireless Bridging/Repeater plus Wi-Fi spot capable

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