However, it has one fundamental flaw - its DHCP implementation so I thought I would share with you. Perhaps someone has a solution?
Firstly, you cannot reserve static IP addresses (well you can using a hack, but a maximum of 2 it would seem, due to the limit to the commands you can send to the router).
You can set the DHCP lease time to "infinite" which effectively sets a ease of a few years, HOWEVER, when the router resets, whether that is automatically or a manual power cycle - all the leases are lost - This has the effect that new devices trying to connect to the network are allocated IP addresses in use and causes major LAN problems which need to be manual fixed, either resetting NICs or running IPconfig. What a [censored] system...
And no surprise as all router manufacturers seem to be the same these days - they stopped supporting the router in terms of firmware updates about 6 months after the release date - very poor support.
If anyone has more than 1 or 2 computers on their network I would recommend you do not purchase this router!!!!
ADSL24: C&W Home LLU ADSL2+, Netgear DG834PN 1.03.39 DGTeam 1018, Belkin N1 Vision (1.00.07), Core 2 Duo E6850 3 GHz, Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS5, 4 GB, 10 HDD=3.3TB