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Netgear DGN3500 RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Modem Router
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Higher speed and range with Wireless-N technology for gaming and video streaming. Gigabit Ethernet ports deliver ultra-fast wired connections.
Note:Ensure that the factory reset is carried out and then the latest firmware is installed.
Higher speed and range with Wireless-N technology for gaming and video streaming. Gigabit Ethernet ports deliver ultra-fast wired connections.See all Product description
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Menus are basic netgear,easy with explanations down the right as to what each setting is for&is it needed left automatically as netgear have configured it etc.Fool proof stuff.
Speeds have increased in my 1837 stone house like never before,streaming say from the memory stick to upstairs 20ft away are good enough for HD.
UPDATE:after 6 month orange juice was spilt all over it.Cleaned it,dried it,red light of death.Gave it 24hrs near low set radiator to dry internals.Now back working good as ever.Amazing!
Prior to placing the order I was a bit concerned as I had read many reviews about connection problems with this router, but assumed that the firmware would have been fixed by now.
Initial set-up was extremely easy, with the DGN3500 automatically attempting to guess the ADSL settings; it only got a couple of settings wrong, but those were easily fixed. From the numbers it appears to have synced slightly slower downstream than my previous modem (16.8 meg vs 17.6 meg), however my connection seems faster (not sure why this is). Upstream sync is same as previous at 2.5 meg.
The firmware provided was version .16 - and the router immediately informed me that version .25 was available for download. It did fail to download it (claimed the file was corrupt), so I had to download that manually from Netgears site.
The wireless network was very easy to configure, and provides much better coverage than my previous router, providing seamless streaming through the iplayer both on my Wii and my FetchTV smartbox, both of which are through a wall at the other end of the flat.
Have had no problems what so ever (other than having to manually download the firmware) and greatly recommend this modem/router!
Now it's one and half years old, the problems started again. A first, the internet connection would die and then come back. This became more frequent. Then, it would stop accepting connections from devices. Finally, the signal became very week and surfing became painfully slow. The router firmware is, and always has been, up to date.
The solution: Turn off the radio and connect a wireless access point. It's been like this for a week and working fine so far.
I can only assume that the radio circuitry fails over time and causes the entire router to stop working.
Or, then again - it may just be that mine was faulty from the beginning??
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