and didn't require reboots like most other home routers
Grant L Harlor, Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: I purchased this because reviewers said that it was consistent, and didn't require reboots like most other home routers. This is not what I experienced. This device stopped working about 3 months after I purchased it, and I had to load open source firmware to make it function again.
Summary: Bought this product for its ReadyShare via two USB ports. The Netgear technology is not yet stable to handle a drive for use in backups and streaming video from the drive is too slow (jumpy picture) to be usable. If partition is greater then 2TB the Mac Journaled drive is read-only.
Summary: I had high hopes for this router after reading the positive reviews a couple years ago. I was tired of my old D-Link and was ready to spend the extra bucks for a better, newer modem. Unfortunately, the modem never rose too much above average.
Excerpt: When the router works it works fine. But it locks up randomly at least once a day. The only way to fix is to repower. I've updated to the latest firmware, no change. I read that other people were having the same issue.
Summary: I bought the NETGEAR RangeMax router because I thought it would have a better signal range than my current NETGEAR WNDR 3400 model. I was disappointed to find there was virtually no difference in range.
Summary: I have only owned this router for a short time, and it makes me sad to say I am returning it. I have spent 7 days with tech support via email, and 6 hours or more over the phone. Background: Worked in computers, networking for a corporation for over 5 years.
I have had enough . . . WNDR3800 - No `Link Activity' indicated via LED(s)
Nat Ray, Amazon
1 December 2011
Summary: Router appears to be functioning properly; however, link activity is not indicated via LED(s). Wireless and wired LED(s) are constantly on when transmitting packets (no blinking). Initially, the router came with v22.214.171.124 firmware.