Netgear Wireless-N 300 Router with DSL Modem for ADSL (BT) connections

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Speed of up to 300 Mbps. Internal antennas deliver maximum performance and range. Multiple SSID guest networks (separate security and access restrictions). NETGEAR Genie CD-less installation for PCs, iPad, tablets, MacBook Air and smartphones. Push Connect using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) (Works with devices supporting Wi-Fi Protected Setup). Live Parental Controls with flexible

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Product Features

  • Speed of up to 300 Mbps. Internal antennas deliver maximum performance and range. Multiple SSID guest networks (separate security and access restrictions). NETGEAR Genie CD-less installation for PCs, iPad, tablets, MacBook Air and smartphones. Push Connect using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) (Works with devices supporting Wi-Fi Protected Setup). Live Parental Controls with flexible and customizable filter settings. Broadband usage meter. ReadySHARE USB: Wirelessly share a USB hard drive with Ma
  • c computers and PCs. High-speed ADSL2+ modem built-in. 4 Fast Ethernet ports. Package contains N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router, stand, ethernet cable, phone cable, ADSL phone filter and power adapter.”
  • OND100305

Comments

JYB says:

Great for TalkTalk users. 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.

Slowjack says:

Up and running 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…

Tom-gerry says:

Netgear N300 router Easy to install; works well; no more dropped connections!! The on-off button at the back is very handy – no more losing the cable down the back of the desk when you want to disconnect and reconnects very quickly when you switch it on again. Works with o2 Home Broadband (we had tried a Belkin N router only to discover it was incompatible with o2.)

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