The BroaGuard installation is as near to plug-and-play as a router should get. The browser interface makes it easy to setup even for the network-inexperienced, there are step-by-step instructions in the user's manual that document each step in the process of setting up not only the router, but also your network cards providing a comprehensive guide to configuring your LAN.
One of the features that grabbed my interest was the router's ability to set its MAC address via the Browser interface automatically to that of a Network card connected to one of the LAN ports. Such feature can prove extremely helpful with ISPs that do not allow routers, or provide service based on the MAC address of your PC's network card.
The Web-based interface has a fairly comprehensive list of features. Although Management seems to be accessible only from the Local network, one should immediately change the default administrative password and add an email address where Alert messages can be sent.
Following are some screenshots of the Web-based Management Interface: