Summary: We live in Mexico for much of the year and the houses are constructed of cement block, killing any chance of getting a wireless signal to adjancent floors. We tried several solutions, but this was the only one that worked.
Summary: I got this to replace an old Linksys. The performance has been very good except for some issues were WPS timeouts caused iOS devices to not be able to connect. As of January 2013, the latest firmware update has corrected the last bugs. I am happy with this unit.
Summary: For only 30 euro (40$ +/-) I bought this router and powerline combo. To feel up a dead spot in the living room. The routers wireless connection is not very fast and the reach is not very far, but good and stable enough when you got enough reach.
Summary: Purchased on 2/21/12 and threw away on 5/28/2012. For whatever reason it would constantly drop the connection between the cable modem and the router. Got sick and tired of restarting both devices and rebooting my laptop each time I wanted to access the internet, and even that wasn't a guarantee.
Summary: I have one piece of advice for those who need routers. STAY AWAY FROM NETGEAR! The N300 is a poor product and Netgear is a very poor company. I had difficulty setting this router up initially. After being on the telephone with technical support for about an hour, I finally got it to work.
Summary: I had the device for less than 2 days and the wireless will not turn back on. I spent over an hour on the phone with Netgear support and after all of that they said it would cost me $29 to ship it back and then they would ship me a replacement.
Incompatible with NETGEAR XAVB101 Powerline AV Ethernet Adapter Kit
8 March 2012
Summary: I was trying to get an accessory to go with my existing NETGEAR XAVB101 (powerlineAV 200 line) which has worked really well for me. Too bad that this product N300 Wireless Router with Built-In Powerline AV (WNXR2000), doesn't seem to work with "newer" powerline adapters.