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Netgear WNR2000 Wireless-N Router

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  • Wireless-N technology delivers exceptional range and speed
  • Easy setup with Smart Wizard installation CD
  • Automatically checks for, downloads and installs firmware revisions to keep you operating at optimal levels
  • Simple and secure way to share your high-speed Internet connection
  • Works with older Wireless-G devices and new Wireless-N devices
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandNetGear
Item Weight449 g
Product Dimensions26 x 22.5 x 6.5 cm
Item model numberWNR2000-100UKS
Wireless Type2.4 GHz Radio Frequency
  
Additional Information
ASINB001E1SRZE
Best Sellers Rank 12,621 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight699 g
Date First Available7 Aug 2008
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Wireless-N technology delivers exceptional range and speed, Easy setup with Smart Wizard installation CD, Automatically checks for, downloads and installs firmware revisions to keep you operating at optimal levels.

Manufacturer's Description

Wireless-N technology delivers exceptional range and speed, Easy setup with Smart Wizard installation CD, Automatically checks for, downloads and installs firmware revisions to keep you operating at optimal levels.

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Customer Reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars

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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Steven Thurston on 30 May 2009
I have just bought one of these routers 3 days ago - so admittedly I cannot comment about their longevity.

However I thought that I should write a review as at the time there were only 4 reviews on Amazon about this product - all not very happy with the router & this nearly put me off buying it. However I took a chance thinking that I could return it & I am glad I did! Hence I thought I should even the "review scales" a little...

First off - obviously sorry to hear that it didn't work for others that well but for me it was very useful. I had bought it specifically to get the UPnP feature as I thought that this would help me to get 2 XBOXes with seperate XBOX Live accounts to both have fully OPEN NAT connections. Without this my two boys could not play with their mates online at the same time very well.

Anyway the installation went smoothly - takes a little while but if you follow it to the letter then anyone should be able to do it. Next I connected in a couple of laptops (running Vista) both worked straight away. I also had a desktop with an ethernet connection (XP this time) & that worked no problems as well. Next the two XBOXes - they both connected with a dynamic IP on my LAN & because the UPnP is enabled on the router by default they both immediately worked! This really pleased me & the 2 boys. Finally I have connected in a Playstation 3 with a wireless connection & my work PC can connect to my office using VPN - again no problems.

All of the connections are running WPA2 security (which apparently is very secure - or so they say) & everything is going very well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pigpen on 23 July 2009
I got this router free with the Virgin Media 50mbit broadband and I hoped it would be an improvement over my old WRT54GL being a much newer router, but so far I've been disappointed.

There's a lot of hype on the box about its wireless range, whereas it's in reality poor at best. The drivers tell me I'm getting a 100+mbit connection via wireless N, but the signal strength is so poor that it can't maintain it for very long. My old WRT could easily reach the end of the garden from its spot at the front of the house. In fact, I've disabled the wireless on the WNR and I've relocated the WRT to a more central location and improved the wireless for the whole house.

I might switch back to the WRT if it can reliably squeeze 50mbit through it's wired connections.

On the plus side, it was painless to install, just plug and play really and the content filtering and firewall were easy to configure and are working just fine. The supplied USB wireless dongle works fine and was again simple to set up, though no better than the edimax dongle that I had previously (I swapped it over to see if it improved the wireless range paired with the router, it didn't).

So 3 stars, 2 for being easy to install and set up and one for being free. Down points for having crap wireless range despite the hype and a painfully slow web interface.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 30 May 2009
Have had this router for a while with no issues, good range (good signal even in the garden)and no connection issues, apart from my phone which didn't like wpa2. Easy to fix though by dropping to WPA.

No regrets buying this.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By C. Simmons on 30 Oct 2009
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I bought this router having moved house in July 2009 and needed to switch from ADSL to cable. It's worked perfectly since installation. I'm sure other folk who have critisised it in other reviews on this site have been totally frank and honest, and I guess it's all down to personal experience, but mine has been very positive minus one very small niggle...

The good ....

All the following devices, wired (W), wireless (WL), perform faultlessly ...

IBM ThinkCentre S50 (W)
IBM Lenovo T61 (W and WL)
Netgear ReadyNAS Duo (W)
PS3 (WL)
X-BOX 360 (WL)
IBM Thinkpad T40 (WL)
Squeezebox (WL)

My only slight quibble, and certainly the routers ADSL predecessor didn't do this, is that whenever I tweak a setting in the Advanced Wireless Settings, Wirelss Access List options, where you can enable device access by MAC address, the firmware insists on disconnecting and reconnecting. This brings down all devices for a few seconds. The reason I'm in here fairly frequently, is to bump my lazy teenagers off their X-BOX and PS3 and the simplest way when I'm working downstairs and they are upstairs is to slightly change their MAC addresses by one character, and apply the changes, as such, hey presto, they are off! Well from a networked games perspective at least! It would of course be nice to see this issue fixed, or even better, a radio button next to each device to simply enable/disable - and even better still, an option to enable/disable devices via their MAC address at certain times of the day
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 12 Nov 2009
Bought this to replace a Buffalo router that failed. Setup was easy and signal to the main PC was good. Fair to say at first i was happy. Then we connected another PC in my sons bedroom and noticed the signal strength was always low and usually dropped off completely. Decided to try the laptop in different spots around the house. Dismayed to find the signal only strong in the adjacent rooms to where the router sat. Anything upstairs was a no go.
I replaced it with a far cheaper Edimax unit that gives no less than 75% signal strength anywhere in the house.
The Netgear has it's plus points - easy setup, looks good and reasonable signal at short range. But the bad points far out weigh the good points.
My advice, look at another model, Amazon have plenty to choose from.
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