There’s really nothing much to dislike about the D-Link DSL-2877AL, considering that it works as it should, and comes with a relatively affordable RM299 price tag.
Signal Rate 5GHz: Up to 433Mbps, 2.4GHz: Up to 300Mbps // Antenna 3x External // RJ11 ADSL Port Yes // Wi-Fi Guest Network Yes // Mobile App Support mydlink Lite, D-Link One Touch Mobile // Security 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access), WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) // Dimensions 198 (L) x 146 (W) x 54 (H) mm // Warranty 2-years // Contact AdvanceNet Technology Sdn Bhd / Ingram Micro Malaysia Sdn Bhd / Lab Seven (M) Sdn Bhd // Telephone (03) 8070 3633 / (03) 7952 8188 / (03) 8075 8811 // URL www.dlink.com.my Although routers have grown to become an indispensable tool in the modern day household, it would still, nevertheless, be safe to say that not everyone requires a top-of-the-line model that boasts breakneck speeds and fancy features. For the average folks, a good router is defined simply by whether it allows them to surf the Internet smoothly, period. Is the D-Link DSL-2877AL able to meet that all-important criterion? Let’s find out.
Before we get into testing the DSL-2877AL, let’s first take a look at its on-paper credentials. The DSL-2877AL is an AC750 router, which essentially means that its 5GHz frequency band is able to achieve a maximum theoretical speed of 433Mbps, while its