D-Link DIR-2640 AC2600 Dual Band Wireless AC Router

MX79990 DIR-2640 AC2600 Dual Band Wireless AC Router
MX79990 DIR-2640 AC2600 Dual Band Wireless AC Router MX79990 DIR-2640 AC2600 Dual Band Wireless AC Router MX79990 DIR-2640 AC2600 Dual Band Wireless AC Router MX79990 DIR-2640 AC2600 Dual Band Wireless AC Router

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Sunday, June 14, 2020
By: Campbell
From: Calgary

Person

Strengths:

This router is flaky at best.

Weaknesses:

The interface is quite limiting. It doesn't really allow to you configure the router, except at the highest level. Sort of an idiot's version of an interface. This would be good if I could also have an "advanced" interface.

Additional Comments:

The wireless side of the router constantly drops connection. If you have the "Smart Connect" feature turned on, you may not ever be able to reconnect to the router. The "Smart Connect" feature allows you to combine the 5GHz and 2.4Gz interfaces so that you only need one SSID and password for both bands. When you turn off "Smart Connect", you can configure the 5GHz and 2.4GHz separately, which helps a little more in trying to reconnect to the router when it disconnects. The trouble is that the 2.4GHz band disconnects and has the most trouble reconnecting and assigning and IP address when it does reconnect. The only solution is to reset the router. The 5GHz band reconnects easiler, but can "flutter" up and down until you reset the router. The router often chops its own head off. Both the 2.4GHz and the 5GHz bands will play hell with the LAN and the Internet connection. You can be connected to 2.4 and all of a sudden you cannot access the LAN. You sometimes can access the Internet, but the LAN is gone. When you switch to the 5GHz band, everything is available. The reverse of this is true as well. When connected to 5, the LAN is gone and can only be accessed by connecting to 2.4. The LAN should be available on either band. Sometimes the network is seems to be running fine, but you cannot access either the LAN or the Internet. In any of these cases, you need to reset the router to solve the issue. This has been the pattern across many different computers and operating systems. I recommend you look for another solution.
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