Refurbished Product needs to Have a Registered # inclosed.
10 June 2013
Summary: netgear DGN2000.100NAS 300 Mbps 4-Port Wireless N Router is a Great Product.I bought without Paying mind to the fact that It Is A Refurbished Product. I am not happy because it did not have a product Registered #.
Summary: Just hard for me to figure out how to hook it up very tricky... But it was inexpensive If you know your electronics and computers you should have no problem. It was just a bit to complicated for me...
OK for PC use, but useless in connecting some peripheral devices.
3 March 2012
Summary: I bought this router to replace a 2Wire 2701H-G in hopes that it would recognize my Sony Blue Ray player and provide a path for it to the internet. The player is PHYSICALLY connected to the router via one of the 4 ports on the router itself.
Summary: I would appreciate seeing a 1000Mbps model of this unit, with the latest n speeds, and a better cooling solution. Would I recommend the purchase of this unit to friends and clients? Only so long as they know exactly what the issues are and how they will have to be dealt with.
Pros: Fast for the Range, easily maxed. Wireless N faster than hard-wire connection. Configuration tools seen only on some of the most expensive systems. For the price, the safety offered and the capabilities....this unit may not be beatable. Plugged right into Qwest DSL service without issue
Cons: Had to replace once. I found that running the wireless continuously runs the heat to unbelievable levels. A physical Hack and a fan would correct this, as is now; I turn off Wireless unless I have friend family or group gaming. Customer service was easy and there is an affordable option to get the
Summary: We bought this a couple of months ago and were never really happy as we kept dropping the connection intermittently, often 10-20 times per hour, then not at all for a couple of hours. In fact, we were researching routers to replace it.
Summary: more reliable than my ISP provided DSL modem (Actiontec)
Pros: reliable DSL modem, custom firewall rules, time of day firewall rules (two duty cycles), dyndns.org support, website blacklisting
Cons: ** When I first got this modem it would not forward my ISP's DNS properly. It also would not allow me to forward that DNS setting to my clients via DHCP. Support's workaround was to use the public DNS servers 220.127.116.11/31 This is not best practice. ** The firewall rule interface is too picky about ...
Summary: Good product--easy to set up and it works great. When I got mine it had bad power supply and you wouldn't tell what's wrong because one minute it would work and another it would not--I wiggled the power cord and lo and behold it was a bad power supply--very cheaply made.
Summary: I purchased the Netgear DGN2000 to replace my Netopia 2247 simply because; I wanted added features such as email notification, wireless N and website blocking out of one device. The device was easy to configure out of the box and it was up and running in no time.
Cons: If the unit was set up at the fast mode it would then not work with any of my other "g" class wifi units. The unit runs much too hot. The unit was not better at reaching weak signal spots in my house than the unit it replaced. $100 for very little benefit unless I moved to all "n" class wifi units.
Summary: Just bought this DSL&Router and could not get it to work. Spent two hours with Netgear on the phone and two hours with AT&T. Nether had could help or had a clue why it would not work. Finally a friend pointed me to [...] My Mac address for my ADSL was not the same as the MAC address for the router.