Summary: After my last wireless router stopped working I bought this as a replacement to attach after my Virgin Modem. fitting was quick and easy. I was able to connect fairly easily although I did have to refer to the included instructions.
Summary: I have always liked Netgear products, and the WNR2200 is no exception. The build quality is very good, the product looks neat and tidy, and it works perfectly well. The web management pages in particular are very slick, and the documentation is well laid out.
... ISP provided ones as I've had problems doing things like hosting game servers and getting kicked off them with ...
26 March 2013
Summary: Always bought these kind of Netgear routers to replace ISP provided ones as I've had problems doing things like hosting game servers and getting kicked off them with them. This fixed all my problems and I love all the features that come with it, which are great for the price.
Great speed, very reliable.....but I would like some control !
I. A. Peden, Amazon
26 March 2013
Summary: Excellent speed, excellent packaging , excellent Wi-fi.............but..... I miss the ability to lock , or Bind, my Device IP Addresses to my device MAC addresses. I have a Squeezebox , NAS and a Raspberry Pi , all , working better with fixed IP Addresses.
Great bit of kit. A good step up from the 3400 dual i was using before.
26 March 2013
Summary: I needed GB Ethernet upgrade for everything I'm running. Had 100Mbps before. I doubled ISP connection and wasn't keeping up (with older router). Menu system greatly improved as is the PC software supplied. Wireless range similar (5Ghz still not great but covers house). Very easy to set up.
Summary: This router was purchased as an upgrade from a D - link 615 N wireless router. I have an xbox 360 and the wireless connection was next to useless, it dropped out every 3-4 minutes. For gaming over a wireless setup this router is great, no problems so far..
Summary: I tried this out as an alternative to our router (now 3-4 years old) and I'm impressed by the ease of use. Everything is defaulted to what you'd need in 90% of cases and so in most respects it "just works" as a wired router and 1GB LAN hub.
Summary: In summary. Pros: 1. Big internet upload/download speed improvement over my old 3Com combo modem/router/switch 2. Improved reliability over my old 3Com - fewer timeouts and dropped VPN connections 3. Big speed improvement in wireless performance between 802.11n and 802.11g 4.
Summary: I bought this to replace my much loved Belkin N1 Vision which recently died. I paired it with a Draytek Vigor 120 and the two work perfectly together, with the Netgear handling the PPPoE connection to BT itself and the Vigor in pure bridge mode.