Excerpt: What drew me towards the Netgear D6300 is it’s capability to perform as a router and a modem . I recently switched from cable to DSL and the D6300 was an easy choice for me because I didn’t want to purchase a router separately. When it comes to specifications it’s amongst the top-tier models that are on the market today. It comes equipped with AC1750 WiFi, which is the top-speed that you’ll find from any router on the market today. The LAN ports are 4GB a piece.
Summary: This is going to be a short review, I have a BT home hub 5 which was a nightmare to set up and keep dropping, after looking about at other modem's routers and using Netgear before I through I would give this a go and I'm happy with the results, I got it set up and running in 5 minutes no drop outs so far and I got an extra Mb/s of speed out of my broadband, oh almost forgot my broadband is ASDL
Summary: Bought this to replace a zoom modem/router,it seems to do the business not dropped the line once haven't tried the ac feature but the duel band works fine with talktalk using googles DNS server Theirs doesn't seem to work properly, a tad on the large size (like a picture frame) and a annoying NETGEAR Logo light on the front Ps You cant turn it off. also I would say its over priced although I got it at a discount price otherwise it does what it says on the can.
Summary: Love my new Netgear Router, I have it all set up in our big old house with tick walls (had trouble with last few rotters). Put in the center next to the chimney on the second floor. All my devices got a single in every room in the house. Also got 2 hard drives USB 3TB for work and play. And these are working well, have password-ed them and have put in sections for every one to axes which I found simple to do.
Summary: Over the past 20yrs since first getting broadband I have changed my ADSL routers every 2-3 years, to stay current with the latest WiFi bands, ie. A, B, G, Pre-N, N etc. Invariably this has resulted in my chopping and changing from one manufacturer to another in the quest for the most stable and fastest 'real world' WiFi link.