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ASUS RT-N12/D1 N300 3 in 1 Wireless Router With Accesspoint and Range Extender Modes

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Product Reviews

ASUS RT-N12/D1 N300 3 in 1 Wireless Router With Accesspoint and Range Extender Modes
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Rating: 8.29/10
With 21 User Reviews
Anthony_Y@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/05/15
Cons: none so far

Pros: Value for money, dd-wrt, good range
Comment:
Easy to set up. Good for basic use. Very reliable, have been up for months without reboot.
Jonathan_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/08/14
Cons: none

Pros: Sale price
Comment:
Great router for basic usage. No problem with light gaming.
hades182@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/15/14
Cons: The range is not that great but that is to be expected for a 30$ router.

Pros: Affordable, stable.
Comment:
This router does the job. It's been continuously stable for the last 2 months.
Gordon_L6@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/28/14
Cons: Range is poor

Pros: Cheap
Comment:
This replaced my 7 year old D-link router.Router located in the basement in a 3 story house.Range is pretty horrible.My old D-link could at least muster 1 bar of reception.I get nothing with the Asus on the top floor.I have Trendnet range extender and it's marginally better, but if I didnt have the range extender I wouldn't buy this router.I got it cheap so it is to be expected.
Roedrik@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/24/14
Cons: Chunky Wall Wart

Pros: Simple Web UI, Sleek Look.
Comment:
Used this for a quick and dirty Wireless Repeater at the inlaws. Works all right, requires a reboot every now and then but other does the job.
TheBigTroll1226@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/12/14
Cons: none

Pros: -nice and compact-very easy setup-good speed overall
Comment:
Very easy to setup and get it running. for a noob setting things up for the first time, this should be a easy task
Michael_B@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/11/14
Cons: AP and Bridge don't work properly

Pros: Cheap, shape optimal to use as a door stop now.
Comment:
bought 5 of these for my home, work and for a friend. One was in extender mode, 4 were used as access points.4 of the devices had various issues doing what they were supposed to (even after firmware update). Extender would drop  in and out (despite almost 80% signal strength where it was positioned), access points had various issues, including some wireless devices constantly drop ping the connection, as well as one causing VERY high ping rates throughout the network every now and then, only fixable by a restart of the router.Wiping the settings on the 4 problem devices and re-setting them up didn't help either.Signal strength was never spectacular with these.Since it's obviously a design issue (or a super-duper high defect rate), not going to bother dealing with Asus support, and since it's been several months since I bought these, can't deal with NCIX about it either. On the plus side, the shape of these devices is great to use as doorstops.Strongly-recommend trying Ubiquiti's access points instead.
E.A@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/08/14
Cons: preference faire instaler par un tecnicient si ces vos premier pas avec un router

Pros: bon produit abordable
Comment:
fonction bien sauf plus capable daller sur explorer ou itune avec l'aide d'un tecnicien tout et rentrer dans l'ordre aucun problemes depuis ce temps
TetraSky@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/27/14
Cons: -Poor Packaging of accessories.-Unintuitive user interface.-Not Gigabit.-No Custom Firmware Support (As of posting this)

Pros: -Good Range-Good Wireless Speed-Built-in speed throttling, but. (See summary)-Black Ethernet Cable
Comment:
I bought this to use as an AP on a network, as my current router simply cannot deliver wifi in the whole house in it's current position (between 4 brick walls, unable to move it for various reasons)While I can use the AP mode of this router, I lose almost every features with it, including Speed Throttling for every devices connected to this router, which I require(I don't use wifi, the leechers do and I'm not about to give them full speed), yet when I leave it to Router mode, it still works just fine as an AP, gets it's IP from the main router and retain every other features such as QoS, bandwidth management and more, which reduce my workload that was manually adding and throttling by mac address in the main router. (DD-WRT's QoS)Now that that's out of the way, I must say I wasn't impressed with the packaging, while the router itself was in a non-sealed plastic bag and not able to move inside the box, every accessoriesm (Ethernet cable, power cord and the 2 antennas) were completely loose inside a large copartment (about 4 and a half inch x 8 inch) in the box, not plastic wrapped at all. (Unit was new as the box itself was plastic wrapped) I could literally feel them shaking before even opening the shipping box, wondering if something was broken (because that's another thing, the box I received from canada post had a massive dent in it that made the box slightly fall apart and it seems they tried to patch it with tape... seriously)All that said, it works nicely once you configure it properly, it's set in the front of the house and I get wifi all the way to the backyard and the basement, while getting at least 2 to 3 bars in those locations, but generally stays at 4 to 5 bars. This review was modfied by poster @ 07-27-14 07:12 PM
terenz@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/14/14
Cons: No 5 GHz band

Pros: Very good range in small 2 storey house, easy and quick to configure
Comment:
Bought this modem to replace the dead D-lnk router at a housesit. Owner doesn't demand much and the house is small so it works quite well - located in a boiler room in the bottom floor, the signal seems to reach throughout the small house quite well.No crashes after a week and it has GBs of data downloaded through it without any ill effect.
Alex_d11@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/07/14
Cons: single band

Pros: quick to set up
Comment:
Using this as a access point to extend my wireless coverage at home. I could not move the location of my main wireless router due to requiring having to relocate a whole mess of cables, I decided to just use this as a switch/access point at the wifi deadspotIt was the most reasonable solution I could find, better than other stand-alone range extenders I have tried previously ($/performance).Would have preferred a dual-band unit but for the price difference and purpose, this was the logical choice.
Mike_D6@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/04/14
Cons: only comes in black

Pros: easy to use and cheap!
Comment:
I use this in the middle of my house as range extender with RT-N66U on top floor . House has a strong signal, even in basement and outside. 10 devices connect to them , no problem
Ron_F3@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/31/14
Cons: Not a dual band

Pros: Cheap and easy to setup
Comment:
It is very easy to setup especially for those computer dumb like me. Been working whole night and no problem so far.
Norbert_D@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/13/14
Cons: Not really 100% sure, but I believe the signal isn't as strong as my old Linksys WRT-54g router with Tomato

Pros: Looks great, love the blue LED's; It doesn't get hot; doesn't drop connections; Like the interface; two tall antenna's; It's Asus. VERY easy setup for repeater to boost wifi from one area to another.
Comment:
I looked long and hard for an economical Wireless "N" router, and did some internet research. I found that most routers (even those with a $100.00+ price tag) had connectivity problem. It was hard to find a good stable one. I tried the D-link DIR-615 "N" 300 router, and it's tucked safely looking new in the box. It constantly dropped wireless AND wired connection and was a complete nightmare to try to get running properly & stable. So I was a bit reluctant buying this Asus rt-n12 router, but gave it a shot after reading the reviews. I, SO FAR, HAVE NOT BEEN DISAPPOINTED in this router's performance. It hasn't dropped connection at all since I installed it. I like the web interface, and it was easy to setup. I love the fact that this router a: runs cool b: looks cool. If you're searching for a good economical router that's stable, try this one. You won't be disappointed. For the record, the hardware version of mine is "D1". So far (touch wood), I have not had one Asus product that has disappointed me. The only very minor thing I noticed (and I'm not sure if it's my imagination or what), is that I think the signal is a bit weaker than the one I had in my old WRT-54 G router, but it had tomato which allowed me to boost the signal strength. Maybe if this router takes tomato or dd-wrt, then I can boost it's signal strength, but I find so far no need to do so.update  JAN, 2015: Well I've had this router for quite some time and I must say, as far as stability goes, it is a great choice. This week, I found myself with the task of trying to boost my signal to my outside shop, and tried using my old Linksys WRT 54GL (with Tomato), as a repeater, and didn't have much success, so I ended up using the RT-n12 as a repeater, and I must say the process WAS QUITE PAINLESS, in comparison. In just a few clicks the router accessed my network (now being run by my old router (it's better than the unstable garbage d-link dir-615), and now my signal in the shop went from "signal=LOW" to "Signal=EXCELLENT". So after all this time, I DEFINATELY RECOMMEND THIS ROUTER for stability AND ease of setup as a repeater. I'm hoping for it to go on sale for $30.00 and I'm buying another one, so I can finally retire my old Linksys router (which has also performed AWESOME!) This review was modfied by poster j 01-16-15 11:58 PM This review was modfied by poster x 01-16-15 11:34 PMupdate  # 2 Jan/ 2015: Well NCIX won't let me post 2 reviews, but I bought the 2nd router for my home and as I said before, it works good. Hindsight being what it is however, I should've considered buying a little more expensive dual-band router (namely ASUS RT N56U). I didn't really think about dual band & Gigabit yada yada, but for $50.00 more I should've thought it through a bit more before jumping in and buying the same router. BUT ...I'm still happy with it. This review was modfied by poster @ 01-29-15 09:38 PM
Ed_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/10/14
Cons: No Gigabit port

Pros: Bang for your buck
Comment:
Using it as a AP, eliminated deadspots up in my second floor.For the price it's great, just keep in mind it's only 10/100 speed for hard wired. Would definitely buy another one to expand my wireless network.
Saberon@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/31/14
Cons: -None

Pros: +$36+Very easy setup GUI+Good range
Comment:
This is a great purchase for $36. I'm currently using it as an access point 250ft away from my router. Works flawlessly, decent range and incredibly easy setup.
yenchun_l@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/10/14
Cons: none so far

Pros: Great deal on sale
Comment:
it works great, never drops connection and shows stronger WIFI signal compared with my old Wrt54gl router . i would recommend this product to anyone.
Raw Milk@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/01/14
Cons: Bit shorter range on the second floor (excluding basement)Not dual-band?Lacks USB (Although a router like this I wouldn't try hooking it up to like a NAS/External storage. It would be nice to hook it up to a printer, though.

Pros: Easy setup in the webGUI (ASUSWRT)Cheaper solution to a smaller household (Which is what I bought this for)with an older wireless-g routerSmall sizeDecent range, although some parts of the house don't receive the best signal.Range extender modes is a plus for later on use whendeciding to upgrade.
Comment:
Bought this for relative's household of 3.The pros and cons pretty much state them all, it doesn't drop connections and the WiFi seems consistent. Definite improvement over any older 802.11g router however (which is what my relative has). Setup is painless and basically anyone can do it. Would love to get DD-WRT on it soon for a few extra functions. This review was modfied by poster @ 01-01-14 11:14 PM
Knowsgear@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/16/13
Cons: Box is Black...... lol

Pros: Easy setup, no stress, happy customer,
Comment:
Very easy to setup, works like a charm. I have a Large house Shaw cisco Router at one end, Asus router at the other end, gives me full coverage. One in basement, one on second floor, 70 feet apart. I am liking it. geez what can I say, my review is not long enough NCIX says... weird.
Wojtek_F@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/11/13
Cons: DDWRT is not supported yet

Pros: Inexpensive, asus quality, works really well with the latest firware
Comment:
Got this to throw DDWRT on it, didn't notice this is the D1 revision. A,B,C are supported so far, NOT D. Apparently people successfully installed DDWRT and Tomato on these but the dl speeds were wonky and they went back to the latest firmware from asus(December 2013). For $25 I'm going to keep it.
CenturionX@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/22/13
Cons: None Noted

Pros: PricePerformanceSetup
Comment:
Bought this as a range extender to eliminate some weak/dead zones in a 3 story house.Setup couldn't be easier, just follow the instructions as range extender is one of the built-in operating modes. Had it running in a few minutes on my wifi network, put it in the middle of the house and it solved my zone problems. For $35 it does just what I need.
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Product Features

The RT-N12 is a 300 Mbps Wireless N Router with both wired and wireless network connections designed specifically for small business and home office networking use. With 2T2R MIMO Technology and two detachable 5-dBi high gain antennas, the RT-N12 creates a an extended coverage area with advanced wireless performance, making it ideal for streaming HD video, placing VoIP calls and online gaming. With the ASUS unique Quick Internet Setup and Graphical User Interface, the RT-N12 is easy for anyone to install and manage, even for novices! The RT-N12 even allows you to set up 4 SSIDs, so, users can flexibly manage Internet access and bandwidth allocation.

Specifications

General
   Device Type:  Wireless router - 4-port switch (integrated)
   Enclosure Type:  Desktop
   Connectivity Technology:  Wireless, wired
   Data Link Protocol:  Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
   Frequency Band:  2.4 GHz
   Data Transfer Rate:  300 Mbps
   Capacity:  Concurrent sessions : 30000
   Network / Transport Protocol:  PPTP, L2TP, NTP, IPSec, DDNS
   Routing Protocol:  IGMPv2, IGMP, IGMPv3
   Encryption Algorithm:  128-bit WEP, 64-bit WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise
   Features:  DMZ port, IPv6 support, Access Point operational mode, firmware upgradable, EZ Switch, virtual server support, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), IPSec passthrough, Multiple SSID support, DNS proxy, port configuration
   Compliant Standards:  IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, UPnP
   Status Indicators:  Power, WLAN, WAN, LAN

Expansion / Connectivity
   Interfaces:  WAN : 1 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45 LAN : 4 x 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45

Antenna
   Antenna:  External detachable
   Antenna Qty:  2
   Gain Level:  5 dBi

Power
   Power Device:  External power adapter
   Voltage Required:  AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

Miscellaneous
   Cables Included:  1 x network cable

Software / System Requirements
   Software Included:  Drivers & Utilities

Dimensions & Weight
   Width:  7 in
   Depth:  5 in
   Height:  1.1 in
   Weight:  9.7 oz

Product Specifications

Model
BrandASUS
ModelRT-N12/D1
Spec
StandardsIEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Device ManagementUPnP, IGMP v1/v2/v3, DNS Proxy, NTP Client, DDNS, Port Triger, Virtual Server, DMZ
Security64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise, WPS support
WPA/WPA2WPA2
Ports1 x 10/100M WAN; 4 x 10/100M LAN
LEDsPWR x 1
AIR x 1
WAN x 1
LAN x 4
ButtonsWPS Button, Power Button
Wireless Data RatesUp to 300Mbps
Frequency Band2.4GHz
Antenna2 x Detachable 5 dBi Antenna
InterfaceEthernet Port
VPN supportIPSec Pass-Throuth
PPTP Pass-Through
L2TP Pass-Through
PPTP server
Power AdapterAC Input: 110V~240V(50~60Hz)
DC Output: 12 V with max. 0.5 A current
Wireless Adapter includedNo
Packaging
Package ContentsRT-N12*1
RJ45 Cable*1
Antenna*2
Warranty Card*1
Power Supply*1
Features
FeaturesMultiple 3-in-1 Router/Access Point /Range Extender wireless modes

Two detachable 5dBi antennas for more powerful and wider coverage

4 SSIDs help manage bandwidth allocation and access control

Powerful Online Multitasking at up to 30,000 Data Sessions.
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