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I'm assuming from the firmware seems this product is a hybrid , with the modem tacked onto the router platform rather than a dedicated gateway platform as with Broadcom 63xx series in many gateways popular here on Whirlpool.Couple of important things to note: To me this is unacceptable for a 0 Broadcom unit when D-Link's cheaper/older units have it fully supported. This modem is supposed to have ALL the boxes ticked except VOIP/3G features (which are hidden in the firmware anyway) If the SPI and IPTV is fixed, I would definitely classify this as the best AC DSL Gateway on the market, and I have used and modded enough gateways to know otherwise.In the past D-Link's hardware quality has been questionable on some units and D-Link firmware support is often very poor often slow or firmware updates never come to address issues. I have 2 hard drives connected to the D-Link DSL-2890AL. I was given the option to pick a directory for dlna streaming.I'm inclined to recommend a modem/router wireless router combo and you can get very compelling combos under 0. I could pick any single directory from either hdrive or i could choose 'root'. Don't be too technical if you have any questions :-) Hooroo Any time Zaman.Specs/Bug Wiki here dsl_d-link_dsl-2890al Disclosure: D-Link ANZ provided the DSL-2890 and a DWA-182 for review The DWA-182 uses Ralink, not Broadcom but is USB3. And I did not say it didn't work, it pops up a warning that actually says "Enabling USB 3.0 may adversely affect 2.4 wireless range" I have not even tried the USB3 yet.ASUS USB-N53 uses 2x2 Broadcom via USB 2.0, ASUS PCE-AC66 uses 3x3:3 Broadcom 4360 as do many AC routers but the card supposedly has a compatibility issue with Z87 that is fixed with the unreleased to ANZ AC68 D-Link currently does not market a 3x3:3 AC adapter, hence we went to a second source, ASUS for Wi Fi AC evaluation purposes. Not all AC router platforms have USB 3.0 Super Speed, let alone 2 USB ports. USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt are a pain to implement RF/EMI wise.Pete y, I use the USB 3.0 port but set it to USB 2.0 speed and had no problems. It really makes no obvious difference in actual use.

My experience suggests turning coexistence off for a band will allow you to force wireless sync to high for that band. When you look in the Webster's Dictionary under the word 'Hate' you'll see reference to Pete Y Testing's claim to D-Link and everything they stand for :) Which is fair enough, but when it comes to offering so-called unabridged guidance or recommendations then please understand his own personal hatred, for all things attached to D-Link. D-Link DSL-2890AL Dual Band Wireless AC1750 Gigabit Modem Router and it seems to be only available in Australia? pid=DSL-2890AL Not available in the US as far as I can see. The only thing I hate about D-Link they're even more secretive about their modem chip-set than Netgear or Linksys.If you search for 'dlink and 2890' you wont find images or reviews from anywhere else in the world and it only appears on the Aussie D-Link page. Anyway I've got 2TB drive connected to it and it seems to be running constantly even with the TV's and PC's and all wifi products switched off in my house. Went into JBhifi today, and this modem was recommended for me.so apart from the fact it can never do 1.75 Gbps to 1 device anyway you cant use the 450M wireless N while you use usb 3 and visa verse see description the unit is faulty if you cant use both its wifi ( N 2.4 gig ) and its usb 3 at the same time e0b80bc1840d2&q=define faulty fault·y Adjective Working badly or unreliably because of imperfections. If a product is faulty, then either a feature doesn't work or it doesn't do what is says it will do. I am a fussy customer and I did a lot of research before I purchased this product. Hooroo :-) Pete Y, have a read here and you will have a better understanding of what D-Link are getting at.....(of reasoning and other mental processes) Mistaken or misleading because of flaws. you have performance issues with 2.4GHz wireless when using certain USB3 devices in the USB3 port then it may be appropriate to limit the USB3 port to USB2 functionality. Or perhaps they are more expensive with better shielding? I believe the issue is with attached devices, and not necessarily an issue with the D-Link shielding. I have the DIR-865L and find it to be a quality product as far as performance and robustness is concerned.

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