Reviews and Problems with Netgear RangeMax WNDR3300
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28 October 2014
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!!
Great if you erase account name in basic settings if you use a DHCP NETWORK
Ashley E., Newegg
25 August 2013
Summary: IF YOU HAVE A DNS ERROR ALL THE TIME ERASE ACCOUNT NAME IN BASIC SETTINGS AND IT WILL NEVER DISAPPOINT YOU
Pros: Best router i have ever owned streams to my ps3 with no problems sometimes even in bluray format also firewall settings are really easy and i also game a lot never have a drop in connection and i stream my movies from my plex account to my phone away from my home and i never have a problem with my router this is a must have router if you have more than 10 connections on wireless very fast!
Cons: wireless n doesn't have more coverage then wireless g and for months i was dealing with a dns error with out cable company come to find out all this time it was because when i got the router in basic settings account name was admin which i erased it and works ever since then after that best router i have ever had
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: great router for the price I paid, we run two windows base pc's, three smart phones, netflix on tv, xbox 360 and two laptops with no noticeable drop in internet performance. Only one of the PC's is hard wired, everything else is wi-fi..
Pros: This is a follow up. Router still working great, and I have had no issues with it.
Cons: this "dual band" does both 5 & 2.4 but 5 at 170Mbps and 54Mbps at the 2.4 range. Works fine but now debating whether to get a dual band router that runs both bands at 300Mbps or faster....
Summary: Worked right away, very easy to set up secure network with my own password. I have three PC's, one laptop, Vizio TV, three smart phones, and kindle fire all connected and it all works smoothly with no dropped signals. Netflix streamed very well with everybody else using the network.You can turn off the obnoxiously bright lights by pushing on the dome-thing for a second.
Pros: Very easy set-up. basically just unplugged my old router and plugged this one in. I like the bright lights, doubles as a night light at night.
Cons: No cd included. Didn't need it but it was suppose to be included. Bright dome lights might cause seizures?