Summary: I did not expect this to arrive until early January, but it showed up two days after I ordered it. That was great. Unfortunately, that's where the greatness stopped. It shipped without the manual or setup disc, and try as I might, it refuses to actually connect to the internet.
Smooth while it worked, a headache when it stopped.
Arts Lover Karen, Amazon
1 November 2012
Summary: I bought this router for home use in January of 2011. Configuring it the first time was tricky, as it was reluctant to connect to my AT&T Broadband. But once it was able to log in to my DSL, things were better for awhile. Then the wired LAN ports started to die.
Summary: I had no problems with the unit until about one month ago. Then, all the wired ports stopped working. The wierd thing is, the computer shows it connected to the router, creates a network map, even showing it connected to the internet. No such luck.
Summary: When I first purchased the DGN2200 it seemed to work fine. Then after a week it started to drop the wireless connections. The router control information page would show everything working fine, but none of the wireless devices (laptops, Wii box, etc.) could connect to the network or the Internet.
Summary: I purchased the Netgear DGN2000 to replace a 2Wire wireless b modem/router I received from SBC/AT&T, just like many other reviewers. And like many other reviewers, I've been having a heck of a time with this product.
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: 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: 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: 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...