Reviews and Problems with Western Digital My Net N750
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Great for the price, works fine after difficult setup, not the best throughput
Aaron Cohn "Aaron Cohn", Amazon
18 February 2015
Summary: UPDATE (3 stars overall): After four months or so of use, I found my connection speed was not what I hoped. I have Comcast Blast 105Mbps internet service. Direct to modem, I get around 92Mbps, which is close enough to what I'm paying for that I don't complain. Direct to router, I get more like 82Mbps, which is disappointing for a direct ethernet connection. On wireless I get around 65Mbps, even if I'm standing right next to the thing.
Pros: wireless speed ok what ever speed on your service distance ok
Cons: since bought it for 8 month no matter upgrade vision or not upgrade vision keep droping connection have reboot twice a week call WD got a replacement so far ok don't know this one how long it last lucky still warrenty.
Summary: It's too early to tell. Everything works great except out older netbook running XP. It won't recognize the router. Our other machines running Windows 7, 8, and an android tablet, plus our son's Ipod work great. I have yet to talk to Toshiba, and it's our last chance. My ISP, Western Digital both say it's somebody else's problem. I've been hearing that for over 30 years with computers, so we'll see . . .
Western Digital My Net N750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router
7 May 2013
Summary: Update 6/18/2013: After 3 months of use, I have learned a lot regarding this router from WD and how to use it with OpenDNS. So I am putting what I learned here in the hope it may help other techies who had the same questions. I chose to write these on Amazon.com instead of WD forum or OpenDNS forum simply because I found a lot of good information on Amazon.com in my purchase research: WD MyNet N600, N750, N900 have Parental Control as I reviewed before.