NETGEAR DGN1000-100UKS N150 Mbps Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router for Phone Line Connections
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- Next generation WiFi - 300 + 867 Mbps speeds
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|Dimensions||3.1 cm x 13 cm x 17.8 cm||3.3 cm x 12.8 cm x 17.3 cm||20.1 cm x 2.8 cm x 14 cm||15.3 cm x 3.1 cm x 22.3 cm|
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NETGEAR DGN1000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem
The NETGEAR DGN1000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem combines a high-performance router and a modem into a single device, saving you space, the hassle of extra cords, and the cost of leasing a router from your DSL service provider. This all-in-one solution is easy to set up, has parental controls, and provides better wireless coverage than Wireless-G routers.
Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem features:
- Built-in DSL modem saves space and cost of leasing router from service provider.
- Wireless-N provides improved speeds over Wireless-G.
- Four wired ethernet ports.
- Push 'N' Connect Security is easy to set up.
Replace Your Old DSL Modem
This modem and router replaces existing equipment provided by DSL service providers. With the NETGEAR DGN1000, you have the freedom to switch DSL providers without having to change equipment, and you don't have to waste money by paying a monthly leasing fee.
Improved Speed and Range Over Older Wireless-G Routers
The DGN1000 Wireless-N Router with DSL Modem offers outstanding performance, with better speed and range than older Wireless-G routers, thanks to its use of advanced Wireless-N technologies and powerful internal antennas. You'll have enough speed for multiplayer gaming, Internet phone calls, and more. And the farthest reaches of your home that used to have no coverage, such as the basement and attic, may now be covered.
Four Wired Ethernet Ports
For computers that need the security and consistency of a wired connection or don't have wireless capability, the router also features four Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology.
Parental Controls Blocks Inappropriate Content
NETGEAR Live Parental Controls lets you block inappropriate content, keeping your family's Internet experience safe. The Live Parental Controls lets you customize settings remotely through a Web browser to block unsafe Internet content and applications. All devices connected through the router are protected, including PCs, gaming consoles, and iPod touches.
Push 'N' Connect Security
Once your network is set up, the router's Push 'N' Connect feature takes over. To connect a new device to your network, you simply push a button on the router, and your device is automatically and securely configured and connected to your wireless network. This means that the days of having to remember complicated security keys and passwords are over. (This feature is for use with other Push 'N' Connect or WPS enabled devices.)
The router also provides firewall protection, denial-of-service (DoS) attack prevention, and intrusion detection and prevention (IDS) so you can feel safe about your privacy and personal information.
NETGEAR Green -- Energy Efficient Design
The DGN1000 Wireless-N Router is a NETGEAR Green product so you know you're getting a device. A convenient power and WiFi on/off switch lets you easily conserve energy, while the packaging is manufactured with at least 80-percent recycled materials.
The NETGEAR DGN1000 Wireless-N Router with DSL Modem is backed by a one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Wireless-N Router with DSL modem (DGN1000), Ethernet cable, phone cable, ADSL phone line filter, smart wizard installation CD, power adapter.
2-year manufacturer's guarantee and full product support
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Top Customer Reviews
Oh how frustrating, the wifi went down a second time in as many hours while I was writing this review. I had to reboot again in order to post the review.
Having owned a DGN1000 for around 6 months, its connection reliability has been nothing short of appalling. I am now about to buy something else, and return the unit to Netgear as 'unfit for purpose'.
In short, it was simple enough to set up, but just cannot hold a signal for longer than a few hours of use. Some days I have to reboot it four or five times. Occasionally that's four or five times in an hour! I ended up on the phone with Netgear Support, whose response was along the lines of 'yeah, we're getting a lot of trouble with that one and we don't know how to fix it. We can try a few things and hope that they might work.' Well, nothing worked, it's as bad as ever...
Unless you're a habitual gambler, I would strongly recommend that you look for a more reliable unit.
Drops in signal strength are routine, and complete signal drop outs and failures requiring the time-honoured switch-it-off-and-on-again fix are a daily occurrence.
It's difficult to understand how this product made it to market with the problems that it has - I'm not sure whether it has the potential to be fixed with a firmware update, but so far that hasn't been forthcoming.
As another reviewer said, the problem is the wireless connectivity. If you're connecting to one of its 4 ethernet ports then you're unlikely to experience many problems, but I can't imagine many people go out to buy 802.11n routers with the intention of plugging their laptops/tablets into the back of it.
The one positive I can attribute to this router is that it has a nice, shiny black finish meaning it won't clash with the bin bag that you turf it into after having tried to download that episode of whatever from iTunes for the 100th time.
I would not recommend this router.
I am afraid Netgear tech help, was less than impressive.I would strongly recommend never bothering conntacting them- as I wanted to pull my hair out after the experience.
I am a tech phobe, but I do try to solve problems. But, that said, I find I seem to know more than alot of people when it comes to IT. But routers have to be easily manageable by Dumber and Dumber- and more importantly- be reliable.(If you are old like me- I remember the first computers and they were a nioghtmare until windows came along.But they were developed into something any old bod could use.Routers need to be the same- and please cut al the jargon stuff).
I wasn't sure if it was my computer or the router. I have spent hour upon hour, trying to solve. Getting told- one minute it's the router, then next the computer, next minute, the connection- I feel like a ping pong ball.
But, the common denominator is the router. I was connecting fine on other routers. So, the law of probability has to prevail.
Seems to be worse on Windows 7 with built in wireless connectors.At least I have found, that with a XP and a plug in adapter, you can avoid as many problems by pulling out the connector,letting the tempermental router have a frenzy on it's own, and then trying to reconnect after a few moments.
But I have tried a Windows 7 op system with inbuilt connector- and it is not happy. Have to reboot the router regularily, if ever used that set up.
This will make you laugh, Netgear tried telling me that the router won't accept more than 1 operating system- utter rubbish.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received this as a free replacement modem from Orange three years ago. In that time wifi has been practically useless. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andy
With regard to the poor reviews, there is nothing more to add that hasn't been written already. It's a very poor product indeed. All I'll say is that a rating of 2. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Villy Vonker
Good price, quick delivery, regardless of other comments very easy to set up and has been going for a couple of months now with absolutely no problems.Published 6 months ago by M. Pearson
Having a great deal of aggro windows keeps saying no ethernet cable yet its all plugged in , cant get it to connect to internet , hence cable , I have windows 8. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dr. A. Marlow
I know there are is 5 years between the previous reviews and mine, but that's a long time for netgear to get the firmware bugs fixed and they have. I have not seen the 802. Read morePublished 10 months ago by robwa
It does what I would expect for the money.
The ability to schedule LAN/WLAN client IP filtering restrictions is quite simplistic and limited.