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|Network Connectivity:||Wired-Ethernet (RJ-45), Wireless-Wi-Fi 802.11ac||Max. Wireless Data Rate:||1300 Mbps|
|Max. LAN Data Rate:||1000 Mbps|
|Number of LAN Ports:||4||Model:||
|Built with gaming, streaming and mobile devices in mind, this next generation gigabit WiFi router has a 1GHz dual core processor and delivers extreme speed so you enjoy less lag and less buffering. No matter where you WiFi, Nighthawk has you covered with Beamforming+ and built in high powered amplifiers and external antennas.|
|GTIN||0606449099843, 6943454862265, 0689549747531, 0689549564329, 0689550187524, 0667562750660, 0677125049902|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||172717823|
|Product Key Features|
|Max. Wireless Data Rate||1300 Mbps|
|Max. LAN Data Rate||1000 Mbps|
|Number of LAN Ports||4|
|Network Connectivity||Wired-Ethernet (RJ-45), Wireless-Wi-Fi 802.11ac|
|Additional Product Features|
|Built in Modem||Yes|
|Wireless Technology||Wireless AC|
|MAX Transfer Rate||1331.2Mbps|
|Number of WAN Ports||1|
|Connectivity||Wired & Wireless|
|Networking Interfaces||Wired-Ethernet (RJ-45), Wireless-Wisconsin-Fi 802.11ac|
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Great router supporting WAP for those shifting from cableTV to streamer devices like ROKU
This is a powerful router and a great value. It supports Wireless- Ethernet Bridge aka 'wireless Access Point'. This is a critical feature for those who are cutting out cable tv and shifting to over-the-top streaming devices like ROKU. For max performance, you want your streaming terminals connected by ethernet and not wirelesss. But in order to use smartphone apps like Chrome-cast and the Roku remote-control app, both phone & roku must be on the same subnet. Same for printing from your phone - the printer also has to be on the same subnet. This is a pnp limitation. The solution is to bridge your wireless router (that your phones must use) to your wired ethernet router via the AP mode. This means that your wireless devices are transparrently bridged to the ethrenet router so all DHCP addresses are from the same subnet. The R7000 supports this mode as well as being a powerful and outstanding radio.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: tommystore2013
Router okay, but firmware not updated
The router is okay and easy to install. The biggest disappointment is that I cannot upload files over the internet to the USB-drive that is connected to the router. It is due to a bug in the firmware, which exists already over a year. It seems Netgear doesn't give priority to fix it and make a new firmware. If I would be aware of this issue I would have bought a different router.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: refurbished | Sold by: ipadelectronics
Extremely easy to set up
About 2 minutes from start to finish to set this router up. I didn't need their Genie program with my Mac. Just found the router name in the Network preference application and entered the provided password. Instantly connected. I had had some issues with my Apple router. Wjhile it was still showing as connected, it wouldn't surf the net. The NetGear has corrected that problem. My only issue with NetGear was with a different model I purchased for home and couldn't get it set up. Had to call their technical support department. After several hours of attempting to work with someone whose accent made it almost impossible for me to understand, they finally replaced that unit. NetGear, get your technical support back to the USA where it belongs. That one issue would make me think twice about dealing with NetGear again.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: eoitechnologies1
Fast but some drawbacks
The fastest wired ports of most routers in any price range, but it would be great to have 8 ports instead of 4 - as I could really care less about wi-fi performance. Setting up open ports was a bit of a challenge - finally got them to work after pulling AC power from the router to reboot it, as soft reboots did not take. USB 3.0 port on the front is not easy to get to. Network attached storage seems to have lots of issues when attempting to do a simple file transfer between PC's within the local network....shouldn't be so difficult, as I have still not seen files within folders make the transistion successfully. Overall good product, but still seems to have some issues.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: freddyfrog62
Works and seems reliable, wifi good enough for four concurrent Netflix streams
I have a 150 Mbps download connection speed from my internet service provider, and with this device I can get all 150 Mbps in connection speed tests over wireless. My kids can also use two Kindle Fire tablets and two phones to watch Netflix or Netflix and Youtube all at the same time in most of my house without any problems. I don't have to restart the router at all, either. This is my second one of this model, and the first one has been in service for two years so far with no problems. I bought a second one and installed it inside a room with stone walls, the stone walls make the wireless signal from the first box too weak. On the downside, the box rates maximum possible 802.11n speeds of 600 Mpbs, maximum 802.11ac connection speeds of 1300 Mbps, and wired connection speeds of 1 Gbps (1000 Mbps). When I move files between computers over the wired connections, I consistently get near the 1 Gbps in data throughput. From wired to wireless, or wireless to wired, I can't break 200 Mbps on a single connection over 802.11n or 400 Mbps on a single connection over 802.11ac even with the wireless device one foot from the router. That's plenty for gaming or streaming video, but I paid for 600 / 1300 and I'm irritated that I don't get it.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: sonnie008