Pros: Easy setup, runs steady, lots of range, guest account works like it is supposed to, usb storage also works like it is supposed to, usb port works well with a cheap unpowered usb hub I had laying around and I have a 2tb wd my book drive attached to the hub and a 1.5 tb seagate external in the hub as well, both powered drives. This router works with my wd tv hub better than the western digital n750 router I also tried and returned. Looks good as well.
Cons: Only con I can think of is no open source support. Still a little pricey. $139 would be a more fair price, hint new egg.
QUALITY PRODUCT WITH RANGE AND POWER TO DELIVER TOP END PERFORMANCE
13 March 2013
Summary: If you need versatility, reliability and the ability to manage multiple pieces of hardware to connect the internet the Netgear R6200 router is for you. It's a work horse designed to provide maximum bandwidth for all devices all the time. We bought our on Ebay in "used" condition. Have not been happier with the high end performance that we have received from this device since the day we turned it on. This Router has the range and power to fill about 4000 sq.ft.
Summary: It's a little bigger than I thought it would be, other than that I love it. Hardwired and set up to PC and xbox 360 with no problems. Set up wifi with smart phone, no problem. I also love the Netgear genie software.
Pros: This router has a very fast and very long reaching connection, I was able to get good signal in my car with this router. In fact this router replaced a two router set up I have at my house, due to the size and age of my home (2700 sq.ft. 1950's brick) I used to have one router on one end of my house, and another one at the other end set up as an extender. It worked well, but this Netgear R6200 not only makes it more convenient, but being able to use my old non-wireles...
Cons: I had one issue that required constant tuning of the router before I got it working 100% basically when I woke up in the morning my Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 would show a grey status for the wireless, which signifies no sync to google, when I tried to go online with them I had no Internet connection, I had to switch to the guest connection (an awesome feature...but....) and switch back to get online and sync. It was the same story with my iPad3 and iPhone4s, except was...
Pros: It has a unique casing, stays cool under use, seems pretty durable, and I have had no known dropouts on either Ethernet or Wireless. Has Gigabit Ethernet, along with 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi, all of which has performed as expected :)
Cons: Wasn't able to wall-mount it as originally expected, but I managed to find a place for it.
Pros: To start, this is my first high-end router. I've tried out routers from pretty much every make, and I have personally used several routers from Netgear. Of course this router does everything that any basic router can do. It’s the extra features that one might be interested in that put this router on your shopping list. Guest networks, 5Ghz band, gigabit ethernet, scheduling, QoS, ReadyShare with DLNA support are all there and work as expected. The wireless range is th...
Cons: The router did not want to change certain settings after applying them in the management window. For example, I changed the default Netgear wireless SSID. After the management window refreshed, the router was still broadcasting the default SSID and wireless clients were still connecting to the router through the default SSID. The router required a full power cycle (unplugged it) to apply the new SSID.