Summary: I got this to network two computers in my home. Both computers have windows XP. It was pretty easy to set up and worked fairly well. My next purchase was an iMac computer. The mac was easy to set up; it basically did the hookup it's self!
Summary: Most other information has been covered by other reviewers, but I wanted to share one item I found. There are two version the WRT3500 (WRT3500v1) and the WRT3500v2. The use very different chipsets (Marvell v.
Summary: I purchased the Netgear WNR3500 router to replace a Netgear WGR614 (802.11g) router that had been in service since 2004. I was hoping to increase wireless range, and wired and wireless speed. The new router finally installed, after several false starts, on the Windows XP access point computer.
Summary: I spent the last month working with Netgear tech support because the router could not acquire an IP address via DHCP from my cable modem. After going through the same steps multiple times with 1st level support techs, I was able to RMA router and issued a replacement. Same problem with replacement.
Pros: Gigabit ports, setup wizard, great throughput when functional.
Cons: Possible line negotiation issues with DOCSIS cable modems. 1st level tech support outsourced and repetitive with troubleshooting.
Summary: This router worked fantastic with my comcast cable internet for about a week, then my internet connection was going down every 5 minutes. After a call to support (who are pretty much essentially not helpful), and a call to comcast, I ended up isolating the issue.