Reviews and Problems with Netgear RangeMax WNR3500L
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Denise R., Amazon
25 April 2015
Summary: We are using this router to network 3 computers and a TV in a two-level building. I was frustrated with my old router (which kept dropping our signal, resulting in great frustration as I was using it for business) and this brand, Netgear, was recommended to me by an employee of our cable company as...
Great router for the price but be aware of the factory default QoS setting for WMM
David C. Massey, Amazon
15 April 2015
Summary: I would have given the NetGear WNR3500Lv2 a five star rating if it weren't for the fact that my son and I spent two hours trying to figure out why the Wi-Fi download speed was less than 1 Mb/sec and yet the upload speed was 6 Mb/sec (normal).
Summary: This unit is inexpensive and very basic in its functions. However, it works fine for my needs. I don't know it's maximum range. It does work well from my converted garage through a brick wall into my living room.
Summary: Replaced stock firmware with TomatoUSB and installed router in 2/2012. Did everything I wanted until it started intermittently losing the WAN connection in 9/2014. Traced problem to router after connecting cable modem directly to computer. Great while it lasted.
Pros: Gigabit ethernet ports - good support for 3rd party firmware- good feature set for price - upgrade from previous router
Cons: Started losing WAN connection after working fine for 2 1/2 years.
Summary: Checked out the Amazon Spring Outlet Event & out of curiousity checked for routers. Also checked their Guide to What Kind Of Router Needed. That helped a lot. After comparing the Netgear-RangeMax WNR3500L to the Belkin N750 Dual Band Wireless N plus Gigabit + reading the reviews I decided that for...