Pros: Very easy to set up right out of the box. I liked the Guest network which we set up during a party. Once the party was over, we just turn off the Guest network via the Web Gui. The Android app works great too.
Cons: Occasionally it reboots by itself, maybe once a month that I caught.
netgear has the best customer service its why i always buy there products
28 August 2013
Summary: well this one i bought was used and wasnt working properly but was under warranty and its getting sent back fixed or i think a new one but supposedly its one of the best routers especially in my house we have alot of electronics, netgear is always a good product
"Daily internet drops; poor Cust Svs + Ready Sh printing"
26 May 2013
Pros: 2 USB 2.0 ports (no one had two in Sept. 2012) 4 LAN/WAN ports Vertical design takes less desk or cabinet space Fast set-up following instructions in installation manual (no installation disk provided).
Cons: Daily internet connection drops (2-4 times); have to re-set router. Horrible email customer support after 90 days. Ready Share printing did not work initially and, when we got it to work, it only prints if only one PC is powered up on the network.
Summary: Let me start off with this, the WNDR4500 is probably The best router you can buy that offers this kind of speed and usability. Cheap wireless N routers do 150mbps Good ones do 300mbps on both 2.4 and 5ghz range Expensive ones get 300mbps on 2.4 and 450mbps on the 5ghz range This router does 450mbps on BOTH 2.4 and 5ghz
Summary: the router came as described but had a euro plug lucky I had a plug that would work here. the rang isn't what I had hoped for did improve over my older netgear rang max just not what I hoped for.