Asus DSL-N10 review
By Elias Plastiras | PC World Australia | Published: 15:36, 21 February 2011
The only problem with the DSL-N10 is that it's very slow to accept any changes to its configuration (it takes about one minute after you apply changes) and some changes (such as port forwarding) require a restart. But for the choice, you can't go wrong. It's a very capable modem router with a nice interface, we particularly like the network map, which shows you at a glance how many computers are connected to the router and displays their IP addresses and it's very simple to set up and use. If you're in the market for an inexpensive ADSL2+ modem router, then we say go for it.