Portal Wireless Router Review

The Portal is an advance wireless router designed for homes with many devices and neighbors. If you see 8+ WiFi neighbors, you have congestion.


Technical Specifications

– AC2400 4×4 Wave 2 WiFi.

– Simultaneous dual-band WiFi (2.4GHz/5GHz): 802.11ac/n/g/b/a.

– Five (5) 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet ports (1x WAN + 4x LAN).

– 4 DFS Certified FastLanes.

– Two USB2.0 ports.

– Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy.

– 9X powerful high gain internal antennas.

– Beamforming.


– Advanced Security.

– Guest Access.

– Backwards compatible.

– Intuitive mobile apps (iOS and Android).



I’m using the D-Link DIR-830L D-Link AC1200 WiFi Router so i did a side by side comparison between the two routers WIFI only since the Portal is design to improve the WiFi experience.

Currently with the D-link i’m averaging between 30-40 Mbps down obviously depends on network usage and airwaves congestion. At peak hours i would drop to 20-30 Mbps. With the Portal i was reaching speeds about 40 Mbps and it was steady, no dips or slowness.

I tested both routers by streaming HD and 4K videos along with gaming and to my surprise i really did notice a difference the D-link would dip in speed randomly while the Portal would stay consistent.

I’m pleasantly surprise that the Portal really delivers what it promises you do see a huge difference with the wireless speed and signal. In the past i never gamed over WiFi due to the usual slowness you get but now with the Portal i don’t have to worry about that.


I highly  recommend the portal for anyone who uses lots of wireless devices and lives around many neighbors, I give the Portal a 9 out of 10 a great buy.

you can purchase the portal on Amazon.