Summary: I bought a D6300, which as I understand is the modem-equipped version of the D6300 router. After a couple of months spent in vain to tame this poor beast, I put the D6300 in a closet and went back to the previous modem/router .
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 …
Summary: First thing about this router is the sheer size of it! It's humungous! That being said it is a fairly stylish piece of kit, so that offsets the size issue. ADSL setup was a breeze, and it has connected and remained stable on BT Broadband since I configured it - unlike an Asus router I tried before...
Perfect, provided you don't want to actually use it.
8 March 2015
Summary: I have just replaced my D6300 after just over a year. Over the last 3 months it became increasingly unreliable. Typical symptoms were that the wireless connection would drop, the ADSL connection would drop, and the router was inaccessible over the wired LAN. During the last week of service (!
Summary: Obtained one of these second hand a few days ago and thus far have been very pleased with the purchase. Configuration takes a bit of time but is much easier than with my previous Netgear DGFV338 unit (still working fine, but now obsolete).
Summary: I had the bt home hub 4, running 9 wireless devices. The home hub 4 was terrible at handling all the traffic. This Netgear D600 is absolutely fantastic, I have noticed apps on our iPhones load content a lot faster and my wireless printer communicates instantly with all devices!
Summary: After struggling for two years with the BT Supplied Home Hub 3 then 4, with dropouts and unreliable connection. I gave up and bought the Netgear D6300. My broadband connectivity is now reliable and without dropouts. You get what you pay for, a "free" router from this ISP is not worth having !!
Probably works well if you use mainly wireless without multiple wired points.
Loo loo "Enjoying technology", Amazon
7 February 2015
Summary: I bought this router a few days ago - Feb 2015. It was really easy to set up but then the trouble started, it would not talk to my switches around the house, which I use to hardwire smart tv, desktop pc upstairs etc.
Need to Future proof your Router? Then take look at the D6300.
3 February 2015
Summary: Does what says on the tin, plug and play - well nearly. A good bit of kit worth the money, bought it to replace my ageing DG834G, which after nearly 7 years service hard service it needs a rest! The D6300 has proved to be a good upgrade with all the features of the 834 plus some useful new ones.