Summary: Works perfect in my little dorm room. Didn't come with the feet or anything else except an ethernet cable. You need two cables if you're going to set this up with a laptop so keep that in mind. So happy I bought this, and being previously used has definitely not negatively affected its performance!!
Summary: I bought this when it was new for about $150. Immediately off the bat it kept freezing up. I'd have to reboot it once a day. I got so mad I wanted to drive to Netgear and just smash it on their walkway. I ended up just shelving it and then just using a $25 linksys. When the Linksys died I took it out again and same problem. I found a site called DD-WRT which has a new operating system for my Netgear. After I loaded that up the admin interface is so awesome.
A ROUTER THAT DOES NOT DO THAT WHAT IT IS DESIGNED FOR
23 March 2013
Summary: PAYING TO GET A CORKSCREW JAMMED IN YOUR ANUS WHILE LISTENING TO JUSTIN BIEBER IS MONEY BETTER SPENT THAN ON THIS PIECE OF CRAP ROUTER
Pros: - CONNECTIVITY WITH 1 DEVICE IS OK, - IT HOLDS AN AVERAGE SANDWICH PRETTY WELL, - DROPPING WATER ON IT DOESNT BREAK IT
Cons: - ONCE YOU PLUG IN MORE THAN ONE DEVICE THE INTERNET WILL CRASH. THIS WILL THEN HAPPEN EVERY 2-5 MINUTES. CONNECTION WILL SOMETIMES BE OK WHEN 2 DEVICES ARE PLUGGED IN, BUT IS NONEXISTANT AS SOON AS THE 3RD DEVICE GETS CONNECTED.
Summary: It's been an amazing experience with flashing Netgear routers to dd-wrt. Normally, I use router Netgear WNR2000v1. It's working fairly. Then, I learned that model WNDR3300 is DUO channel router which allows users to set 2.4GHz or 5GHz wireless connection. It's interesting to me, so I purchased a Netgear WNDR3300. Unfortunately, I got a defective router model WNR3300v1. It works fairly as same as my old router WNR2000v1 but its wireless connection dropping anytime.
Summary: The original router is crap. I kept having problems with the router dropping signals or only being able to connect 1 wireless device at a time. So after much tinkering with the settings in the router and getting nowhere i found out there is better 3rd party firmware available called dd-wrt. After installing DD-WRT firmware the router is fantastic no dropped signals at all.
Summary: Router died after 6 months. Used the warranty and got a new one. Tech support continued to ask if I has used there online features to trouble shoot the issue...my response was I would if i could get on the interenet. They sent me another and it died after 7 months and my warranty had ran out at that point. The router could not hold the ip address from the isp.
Summary: There is no technical support on this product after 6 months when it conveniently, stops working. They then charge 60 dollars, the cost of the modem to even give you technical support, which is absurd. DO NOT purchase from Netgear. Stop these unfair practices!