In contrast to that experience I have a C2 that I'm looking to replace. Its been nothing but trouble, its constantly getting stuck at 100mbit speed and wont revert to 1000mbit until restarted. This seems to be a known but not very common problem with some versions. TP link support was next to useless, made me jump through hoop after hoop and never made any progress, i gave up eventually because it just wasn't worth the hassle. I'm tempted to buy this because i have other good TP link products but my experience with the C2 has made me cautious.
Ok, that’s enough for me not to buy (lol) (lol) (lol)
Na, I've had several Belkin routers and switches......3 power supplies went and 2 of the units themselves were dead within a couple of years. Otherwise I found them reliable only needing to reset them biannually.
My hub 3 is in Modem only mode and hidden under the sofa. I have an Archer C2 as Phil had and it works much better and connection is far more consist. I very rarely need to reboot it. My issue with this one is showing a lack of Gigabit LAN.
I had an old TP-LINK archer c2 AC750. Brilliant little thing. Had an up time of 6 months+ (only reset it due to power cut or for one firmware update). Only replaced it as old BT fibre modem needed retiring as not compatible with new standards and new plusnet router was in theory faster AC wireless (I'm pretty sure its a rebranded BT homehub anyway). Really miss it as I'm sure it was better at holding connections than the plusnet router despite being slower on paper. If this had a built in VDSL2 modem i'd be all over it.