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NETGEAR DGN2200-100UKS N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router for Phone Line Connections

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Item Weight 1 g 907 g 599 g 653 g
Dimensions 3.3 cm x 12.8 cm x 17.3 cm 3.3 cm x 24.3 cm x 16.1 cm 21.8 cm x 16 cm x 3.5 cm 20.5 cm x 25.5 cm x 7.7 cm
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Style Name: 300 Mbps + 4 LAN Ports
Technical Details
BrandNETGEAR
Item Weight299 g
Product Dimensions12.8 x 17.3 x 3.3 cm
Item model numberDGN2200-100UKS
SeriesDGN2200-100UKS
ColorBlack
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Number of Ethernet Ports4
Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Me, Mac OS
Battery TypeMicrosoft Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Me, Mac OS
  
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ASINB003FS40KU
Best Sellers Rank 9,603 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight739 g
Date First Available7 April 2010
  
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Note:Ensure that the factory reset is carried out and then the latest firmware is installed.

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NETGEAR Wireless-N 300 Router with DSL Modem


From the Manufacturer

D1500 DGN2200 DGND3700 D6100 D6200 D6300
Wireless standard N300 N300 N600 AC1200 AC1200 AC1600
WiFi Speed up to 300 Mbps 300 Mbps 300 Mbps+ 300 Mbps 300 Mbps + 867 Mbps 300 Mbps + 867 Mbps 300 Mbps + 1300 Mbps
USB ports for storage and sharing N/A 1 2 N/A 1 2
Parental controls
Guest network
Multiple HD/3D streaming
Lag-free online gaming

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I bought this wireless router after recently changing to TalkTalk from BT, their 'free' router was absolutely awful, devices not connecting all the time, buffering when watching a movie so based on a previous recommendation I purchased this item. I'd also had an older Netgear product a few years ago before I got my BT Homehub and that had always performed well.

The difference was AMAZING. It was extremely easy to set up, and took no more than 10 minutes from out of the box to being connected to the Internet. The Netgear Wizard worked perfectly, so all I had to do is enter my Broadband name and password and it connected.

However the most impressive thing is the performance, all my wireless devices connected straight away with maximum signal strength around the house. My Sony media streamer worked a dream, no buffering or drop-outs. Speed test results were also amazing, the speed was the same but rock solid, repeatable connection.

This unit it is 100% better than the TalkTalk device that they give you and significantly better that the BT Homehub.

So, don't change your provider, change your router..........
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I purchased the Netgear DGN2200 just after my old Linksys WAG354G router died on me. I am a TalkTalk customer and after a year of unreliable service, I was thinking to change for another ISP. But the DGN2200 changed everything! I was experiencing frequent Internet connection drop (especially when using Skype) and I kept blaming TalkTalk. However, since I have my new router, I did not experience a single drop.
The router was easy to configure and I use Wi-Fi to share my Internet connection between PC, Mac, Xbox360 and Wii.
I highly recommend this router for TalkTalk and other ISPs customers.
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There are no reviews of this product yet so I thought I would be the first. I bought the router to replace a Netgear DG834G. My 834 was excellent and as I didn't have any problems with it I wanted to stick with Netgear if possible. I considered the DGN 2000 but was put off by the poor reviews on Amazon so went for this modem/router which I think is newer than the 2000.
I don't know much about setting up wireless networks and so was pleased when I found the product came with a smart wizard set up. Unfortunately, the smart wizard didn't work as it wouldn't recognise the router. This forced me to follow the advanced set up instructions and do the configuration via a browser window. I managed this surprisingly easily.
The router is in a home office next to our lounge. The wall between the two rooms is quite thick. The reason for upgrading to a wireless N 300 router was to get a wireless signal in both the lounge and the bedroom. The 834 signal was not strong enough. Before the change my ipod would pick up a poor signal in both the lounge and the bedroom but neither my Samsung laptop or my HTC desire phone would connect. Once the DGN 2200 was up and running all three devices would pick up a signal in both the lounge and the bedroom. The laptop pickup is good enough to stream BBC iplayer. The Desire struggles a little but I think that is due to the very poor antenna on this phone rather than the modem. So the DGN 2200 does what I bought it for.
I checked the firmware and it was delivered with the latest version so I didn't have to worry about upgrading this. Thank you Amazon.
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I have a review of the actual router a bit further down, but I think the following is useful information to anyone who wants to upgrade to a wireless N (300mbps) network from a standard wireless G (54mbps) network. I've read a lot of reviews of people who were disappointed that it did not live up to their expectations, and I hope the following explains why and how to overcome such issues.

** OPTIMISING YOUR WIRELESS N NETWORK **

Okay, so since this a wireless N router, when you connect a wireless N laptop or computer to it, you should get super fast speeds, right? Unfortunately this is not the case.

All wireless N routers have to be backwards compatible (so that they work with the older G/B speeds). As soon as you connect a non N laptop/iPhone/computer, any components of your network that could run at full N speeds will be severely throttled. What's more, there are many devices out there (smart phones, older wifi cards etc) that don't support the newer WPA2 encyption method that is required for 300mbps speeds. So you could end up buying this router and having none of the benefits because you end up using WEP encryption to allow older (and slower) devices to connect to your network.

If you are in this situation and still have access to your previous router, the optimum solution is the following. Use this new router as your primary one. Label its SSID (the wifi name that appears when you search for networks) to something like "NETGEAR_N" (basically you'll have two different names that are easy to tell apart), and set up your broadband to connect to this one. You will use this router as the DHCP server (the component that assigns all IP addresses in your network). Make sure you set the wifi speed to 300mbps and the encryption to WPA2.
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