Summary: I went through two orders of the WN111. The first was DOA hardware issue. The second had software driver issues. I downloaded driver version: 184.108.40.206 from Netgear site. I spoke with Netgear technical support who admitted they are experiencing issues with many of their drivers not having proper Windows 7 support. If you are running Windows 7, I'd recommend waiting for revised drivers from Netgear prior to purchasing. I'll be returning this product.
Summary: This product is by far the worst wireless adapter I have ever used. From day one this thing was trouble. It all started with the installation drivers be way out dated and the connection was only 54mbps. After updating that problem was solved. Then the real trouble started. At totally random times my computer running Windows XP Pro would report "USB Device Not Recognized" and the adapter would not work at all.
Summary: it is installed on my computer but does not access the internet for me,i am obviously disappointed with it and if my computer expert friend cannot on his next visit,get it going i shall be returning it for a refund.maybe it's me-who knows,it does look a well-made bit of kit though and there may well be something i am doing wrong so don't dismiss the product on the strength of my review.-wish me luck!
Summary: Didnt live up to expectations at all, was not compatible with my set up even got a computer guy to install it for me but to no avail! Would not reccomend it at all. Too much hassle to return it to seller so I now have two of these lying in a cupboard!!
Summary: Helping a friend out with his wireless gear. He has the DGN2000: Netgear DGN2000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in ADSL2/2+ Modem This is excellent... but there is no netgear accessories to boost or focus the signal i.e. you cannot buy a directional aerial over the omni aerials that are normally supplied. Netgear do not have an extender that is compatible with the DGN2000 (Netgears words).