Netgear DGND3300

Netgear DGND3300

  • xDSL modem: ADSL2 +
  • Wireless network
  • Built-in: Firewall, Router, Switch
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17/06/2013
Just incredible. This router beats all my previous routers and i have had alot of them. Works as it needs to + gives That litle extra performance. Had it over a year now and did restart it once thoe an connection problem. Since i got low internet speed (2 Mbit / s) and sharing it with 4 computers the trafic needs to be accurate, and this product is not doing thatwith a perfection. + Easy installation guide for beginners + Very stable! + The wirless range is great + Easy to port forward + Design + Features - The price. It cost to be on the top. 10/10

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23/03/2012
DIFFICULT TO INSTALL The installation software ('Netgear Genie') did not work. The software was extraordinarily slow (5 minutes just to come up with the suggestion that the location might be NZ!), and in the end could not finish the installation because it failed to communicate properly with the router. Software then had no more suggestions about what do do next. Problem repeated when using a second computer. The reason I say the software was the problem is that both computers could see the router and communicate fine with it using a browser. In the end setup of this router had to be entirely manually done the old-fashioned way. In addition it proved very fussy about getting precisely the right connection settings, and it took multiple attempts to finally get it working. So it needed some IT expertise to get this even working. I would not recommend this router for a DIY home/small office network unless you have the IT profiency to do the installation yourself the old-fashioned way. The router hardware itself is fine and I have no issues in that regard. I have the router connected to a CISCO 2950 switch and it all works just fine. The blue light is more of a gimmick than anything useful, but fortunately it can be switched off (so you can leave the router permanently on and get some sleep without blue light filling the house). The web interface to the router has a positive feature in the form of a reasonably useful help ribbon down the side. However the interface in other regards is reasonably primitive: you will not find any pretty graphical representations of the network like you might with some other routers. OVERALL IMPRESSION: I expect a modern router to work pretty much straight out the box, the setup software to work, and for the setup software to be preloaded with settings for common local ISPs. I do not appreciate having to spend 5+ hours just trying to get it working. Ten years ago yes, but not today. I am sure that someone who sets up routers every day would have this one manually set up within an hour, but I also doubt the average home user would have been able to successfully set up this router at all, however long they were given. CAVEAT EMPTOR

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