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Thanks for the quick response, I'll keep looking
By Andrew T. on 01 March 2015
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This unit is not affected by the OS system of your pc. Mine works fine on W8. It is your Wi-Fi card that it "talks" with so it should be fine.
By The Professor on 01 April 2014
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It depends if it is in fact an Ethernet socket and not the (slightly smaller) ADSL (phone) connector. If it is in fact an Ethernet socket it suggests that you have an ethernet signal coming from somewhere (so you don't need a modem router at all) or it is disconnected, in which it is no use to anyone.
If it is the sli… see more
It depends if it is in fact an Ethernet socket and not the (slightly smaller) ADSL (phone) connector. If it is in fact an Ethernet socket it suggests that you have an ethernet signal coming from somewhere (so you don't need a modem router at all) or it is disconnected, in which it is no use to anyone.
If it is the slightly smaller ADSL socket (more likely) then a MODEM cable with identical ends should be inserted between the wall socket and the identical phone input of the router. If the socket you refer to also has a BT style phone connector next to it then it is likely that the socket you are looking at is an ADSL socket. In addition there will be a splitter inside the wall socket so you do not need to fit an external one. see less

By BHW on 08 January 2016
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Hi Penny
Sorry about the delay.
The Router is working well with the PC, Laptop and my son's Apple Mac. Apple Mac is abour 10M away and the Lap top Down stairs.

By Sivco on 30 December 2014
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The answer is "probably yes". You might need some details from Sky to setup the new router though. I don't use sky so don't know what the settings need to be. Most will be automatically identified.
By P. Bean on 28 November 2014
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yes
By Enob on 10 July 2015
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Mine is still going well after several weeks. I agree with all others who have responded. It is probably not the router. If you are referring to wifi drop out, microwaves, gas igniter sparks, 4G transmissions and other RF sources cause drop out and if the signal gets dropped for too long the connection times out. If yo… see more Mine is still going well after several weeks. I agree with all others who have responded. It is probably not the router. If you are referring to wifi drop out, microwaves, gas igniter sparks, 4G transmissions and other RF sources cause drop out and if the signal gets dropped for too long the connection times out. If you are getting wired network dropouts its usually caused by limited bandwidth and large downloads (e.g. Microsoft uopdates). Norton protection is another culprit. In addition many broadband connections suffer from dropouts due to ISPs trying to take money from more customers than their infrastructure can support for the price you have paid. Replacing the router will probably reveal that you have the same environmental problems, but you will be poorer. see less
By BHW on 14 August 2015
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It will handle VPN pass-through (see http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/966/~/troubleshooting-vpn-passthrough-for-home-routers). I'm not sure about dd-wrt - it isn't listed as supported on dd-wrt.com (http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices#Netgear)
By Barry C Kennedy on 26 February 2015
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If you have ADSL feed in across your telephone line, then yes, directly, since it is an ADSL modem/router. If you have cable, you will need a cable modem first, and then plug the Ethernet output from that modem into this N600 gigabit router/modem.
By QED on 05 December 2014
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It is supposed to work on BT Infinity but in my case I could only get BT Sub 15 (not quite Infinity) and the router will only work with an RJ45 input from the Infinity box. SO it should work if you have an RJ45 connection coming out from your socket but i cannot guarantee it since my socket configuration won't allow me… see more It is supposed to work on BT Infinity but in my case I could only get BT Sub 15 (not quite Infinity) and the router will only work with an RJ45 input from the Infinity box. SO it should work if you have an RJ45 connection coming out from your socket but i cannot guarantee it since my socket configuration won't allow me to test it. see less
By MR M. on 04 January 2016