Summary: I bought that router and been working fine for 6 months in perfect way, but after that i had to refresh it every now and then beside it lost 3 of 4 ports.. i use now only wired port and wireless , not sure why that happened, maybe due to power overload !!! not sure..
Summary: It seem as though I am having a similar experience to others with the DNG2000. All went well to start with, the set up was easy and for 13 months it has worked flawlessly, Then port #1 died I changed to #2 after a week that died now port #3 will only connect at 10 mbps so I am shopping for a new DSL...
Summary: The DGN2000 was easy to set up (however I am experienced at this), and worked great for about a year. But recently, 3 out of 4 Ethernet ports have become useless, running unusably slow or not connecting at all. Port #1 still works and I have had to add another switch to regain multiple ports.
Summary: I thought maybe I just had a bad unit but apparently the overheating and wired ports going bad is quite common. The DSL modem and wireless components still seem to work fine, but a router isn't much good with no working ethernet ports.
Pros: All in one box is convenient. Nice piece of hardware while it worked.
Cons: Unit gets very hot. Ethernet ports started getting flaky after a few months. Now they are totally dead.
Cons: Like a lot of others who use this modem...be prepared for the wired ports to stop working and for the unit to get HOT! My ports stopped working today, 1 day inside of warranty...hopefully they warranty this item...sucks that i have to return it though. I may just buy a new modem / router and say ...
Summary: I've owned this router for 13 months (1 month past the warranty) and two of the LAN ports no longer work. The DSL modem drops the connection between 15-20x a day when the 2Wire that it replaced never dropped a signal. The router also is hot to touch which scares me since it is on a wood desk.
Summary: Netgear USED TO BE my top choice for home networking equipment. No more guys. Sorry, too short a life span for me to trust future products.
Pros: Works great, while it does. Good detection of DOS attempts. Great specs.
Cons: Lasted 16 months and died. 4 months out of warranty. Spent a long time working through the network to determine where the problem was, determined it was the modem/router failing. Ran very hot (hmm . . . might be related)
Summary: This router worked fine and connected with Qwest easily. It has a lot of nice features for a consumer-grade router. Wireless range seems good. However, this router runs very hot, and after about 6 months it started flaking out.
Summary: I didn't purchase from newegg, but have gotten great service from them in the past so 5 eggs to you. 2 eggs only because it has an integrated ADSL modem and decent N connectivity. Maybe I'll try it as an acess point.
Pros: The wireless N worked well between connected computers. It has an integrated ADSL modem.
Cons: The router reduced my internet connection speed. When I ran a speed test the router was unable to complete the test because it locked up. The comparison router is getting a solid 2.5Mb. I checked MPU size, verified all of my settings, and completed a Firmware update. The firware date helped somew...
Summary: Be prepared to return if you get a old packaged unit. I returned 2 before I finally received one that had both antennas intact. This was not due to shipping or newegg so much as just poor package design. The 3rd one came in a new styled carton. Here is a hint that you have the old style carton ...
Pros: Dsl and Wireless N all in one. Price.
Cons: Drops wireless signals consistently throughout the day. Technical support was only so so. Default settings are N @ 150 and only goes up to 270, not 300 as listed, on recommended channel 6 out of 7... does not go to 11 as I am used to. 270 is only good while it is connected. :(