Reviews and Problems with Western Digital My Net N750
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Decent on 5Ghz band for OpenWRT.
3 June 2015
Summary: Installed OpenWRT on this and I have a 300Mbit/s connection (real throughput about 22MB/second ~ 176Mbit/s) to an access point in my basement. However I can't get more than "g" speeds on the 2.4Ghz band. I really needed this only as a wireless bridge on 5Ghz band and this works great.
Summary: I bought this a couple of years ago. The last few months my internet had been insanely slow. I was constantly rebooting. A couple of days ago and after a few calls to Comcast I decided I would test where my problem is coming from. I suspected the router from the beginning.
Summary: I'm no techie, just a regular mojo and here's my one year experience with this router. Originally I was having very poor connections wired and wirelessly and having to reboot about every three days or so. Three months later I learned about a few things and did the following.
Summary: I've now had about 4 months to get acquainted with this router, and it has performed well after a shaky start. Just like anything, i had to figure out what worked best for our particular set up. The unit operates as it should.
Summary: The router was a breeze to set up. The UI for settings is easy to use and understand. Updates take effect immediately when changes are made in the settings menu. This router is dual band (2.4 and 5 ghz respectively) with both bands working well. The coverage is quite impressive!
Summary: My main concern when shopping for a router was whether I would get a strong signal throughout the house. My internet hookup is in a far corner on the second floor, which is the farthest away from the living room on the first floor.
Summary: This is a pretty good router for WD, especially considering that it can support a USB drive turning it into a NAS device for very little money. Many reviews suggest that this device is difficult to keep an internet connection with, which I experienced also until I started playing with the settings.
Summary: I had this router for a couple months now and here are my notes: The Good: - Great 2.4 GHz speeds(Really good at close range compared to others but it drops off speed really quickly) - Average 2.4 GHz range(Lower than competitors such as the RT-65R which had full bars most of the time in areas where...
Summary: Have had the router operating for about 3 days now. Picked it up a few days after Black Friday at best buy. I have tried just about every Other router. Each one had an issue, and was returned. The companies act like they never heard of a problem. Really wanted the 900N because the dlna is certified.
Summary: the signal does slow down a bit every now and then but picks back up after a while. i think it is the router but it could be my isp (internet service provider). either way i do enjoy this router for the most part and would recommend it to other people.