Summary: Took the longest time for Netgear to get the firmware correct. If you had an Android device on the network it had issues. I would have to reboot the router fairly often to get my wireless printer back on the network after the printer would go to sleep.
Pretty fair on lower frequency, but high freq. is lacking.
B. Ramsey, Amazon
3 January 2013
Summary: Have tried several other brands. This model doesn't have the ADSL, but I couldn't wait for the new one to come out. Have had Lynksys, other Netgear and a D-Link. This one is the best I've found for a reasonable price, but doesn't do what it says it will.
Summary: This router should be a rock star based on its features list, but it's just a little above average because of connectivity issues related to the firmware. Hopefully, they will get the firmware software correct someday and this router can live up to its true potential.
Summary: This is a great router. FlashRouters which is a router review website rates this as the #2 router in the world for flashing with DD-WRT which is a third party 'power' firmware. There are many simple guides on the internet on how to flash to DD-WRT and if you get this router, you're only option is to...
Summary: This is a good router but there is one problem that needs to be taking in to consideration Some may already know the the new Internet protocel will soon be IPV6 which is now IPV4. If this router is a Version1 It will not support IPV6. Version II supports IPV6.
Summary: When I saw this router, I was very excited! I can essentially have TWO separate networks with ONE router. One band for regular everyday computing and one 5 GHZ band for my PS3 which I stream movies from both my desktop and Netflix.
Summary: After waiting for eternity for waiting for the perfect N router to replace my trusty WRT54GL with Tomato firmware, I purchased the WNDR3800. What had set this apart from other routers (Linksys E4200, Apple Airport Extreme) were features like Quality of Service, Clear Channel Selector, ReadySHARE,...
Summary: I purchased the N600 WNDR3800 to replace a Linksys WRT120N router, which was working fine but had a low connection strength to one of the rooms in our house. The WNDR3800's predecessor (also confusingly named the N600) was highly rated, so I jumped on the chance to purchase this new model as soon as...