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|Seller Notes:||“Very good condition. It does have a few light scratches on top, probably from cleaning it with too rough of a cloth since they're not gouges.”|
|Number of LAN Ports:||4||Country/Region of Manufacture:||China|
|Network Connectivity:||Wired-Ethernet (RJ-45)||Max. LAN Data Rate:||300 Mbps|
|Max. Wireless Data Rate:||600 Mbps|
|Max. Downstream Data Rate:||300Mbps||UPC:||
|If you want to create a small network of computers with high-speed Internet access in homes or small offices, then the NetGear WNDR3700 router might just be the thing that you need. With concurrent dual band Internet access and separate Wireless-N access points, you can rest assured that all your mission critical applications get the required amount of bandwidth.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||78108452|
|Product Key Features|
|Number of LAN Ports||4|
|Network Connectivity||Wired-Ethernet (RJ-45)|
|Additional Product Features|
|802.11A Data Rates||54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps|
|USB for File Sharing||Yes|
|General Protocols||IP, Tcp, VoIP|
|Authentication||Radio Service Set Idaho (Ssid)|
|LAN Interfaces||1000 BASE-T, 10 BASE-T, 100base-Texas, 10/100/1000m, 10/100/1000base-Texas|
|Modulation||Ofdm, Bpsk, Dsss, Qpsk, Cck, Dqpsk, 64qam, Dbpsk, 16qam|
|Max. LAN Data Rate||307.2Mbps|
|Additional Interfaces||1X RJ-45 Auxiliary Management, 1X USB|
|Built in Modem||No|
|Security||Wpa2-Enterprise, Wpa2, WPA, WPA2-PSK, WPA-Psk|
|Nonstandard Data Rate||54Mbps (802.11g), 11Mbps (802.11b), 300Mbps (802.11n)|
|WLAN Standards||IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11A, IEEE 802.11g|
|Wireless Technology||Wireless N|
|MAX Transfer Rate||307.2Mbps|
|Console Port Type||Ethernet RJ-45|
|Number of WAN Ports||5|
|Connectivity||Wired & Wireless|
|Port Quantity||4-Port Built-In Switch|
|Included Adapter||USB Wireless Adapter|
|802.11g Data Rates||54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 28 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps|
|Additional Features||Dmz Support|
|Networking Interfaces||Wired-Ethernet (RJ-45)|
|Remote Management Protocols||Http|
|Router Functionalities||DSL Modem, Firewall, Cable Modem|
|WAN Interfaces||4x10/100/1000base-Texas, 1x10/100/1000m, 1x10 BASE-T/100 BASE-Texas|
|Firewall Features||DOS Prevention, Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)|
|Antenna Type||Internal / Integrated Antenna X 8|
|802.11b Data Rates||11Mbps, 5.5Mbps, 2Mbps, 1Mbps|
|VPN Encryption||Wpa2, WPA, WPA2-PSK, WPA-Psk|
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Good performance and features, not a great firewall feature set, DNS issue- discovered work around
I have own several wireless routers over the years, this was a recent upgrade from a TP-Link (which seemed to need rebooting every couple of days (won't buy TP-Link brands again. Netgear has been a solid product line I have used for years with low end switches. This Netgear is behind a Century DSL Link Router " ZyXEL PK5001Z " . I ran into a strange issue with DNS resolution, I normally set the DNS servers entry with the two DNS server addresses that the DSL router identifies, this then is used by DHCP (to issue IP addresses), I have always done this in the past and this is how you do it in large enterprise networks. What I found was that things have apperently changed with the newer equipment. I found that to get the network stable, I had to make sure that the DSL router was acting as the DNS server, then also set the Netgear to point at the router for its DNS, next set the Netgear IP address as the DNS provider for the DHCP network, immediately the network stabilized and has been up for a month now with out needing a reboot. My guess is that typical approach to DNS has been modified in the Firmware of newer products now to improve DNS auto switching to more dynamic DNS servers on the Internet to reduce service tickets.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: benedib
This one goes to 11.
I did alot of research before my purchase and settled on the WNDR3700, it had the highest rating out of the latest dual band routers at the time. Smallnetbuilder.com and the Netgear user forum where two places I used for research. This router has 4 SSIDs and two band ranges and two GHz ranges, both G/B and A/N bands in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz ranges. I bought it because I wanted my Wifi network in the 5 GHz range, I live in an apartment and have over 15 SSIDs in the 2.4 GHz range, very crowded. You can have two Guest SSIDs that can be set to have access only to the internet and not your network. I needed to still have G/B bands as my cellphones are not N band capable, and this is one of the few dual band simultaneous routers, others you have to chose one or the other, in other words this one goes to 11. Another thing about this router that separates it from others is that it is a N band router in the 5 GHz range, other routers tout their N band class but fail to mention its only on the 2.4 GHz range. Do make sure that your laptop or device is also capable or the N band 5 GHz range. Another feature that brought me to this device is the USB storage server feature, you can connect a USB hard drive/flash drive to it for a type of NAS, or a printer. It also states that you can use an attached storage device to serve media to other devices, there is alot of controversy on the forums over its ability to do this. If you decide to get a USB drive for this purpose DEFINITELY go on Netgears website and look at the APPROVED devices. I went with a WD 1TB Elements drive and its working great, I can even access my files remotely from the net. This router is also a Gigabit LAN, I went with Cat7 cable from my Comcast modem to the router and then to a D-Link Gigabit switch, after that I went to Cat6 cable. I was able to get Sanwa and other high end cat cables from Etailers at about 1/5 the cost of local shops selling brands like Belkin. I have Comcasts Docis 3.0 service at 25/8, I have seen 40 down wired, normally 30 down wired. Before the new network I was getting about 15 down on Wifi, now I regularly get 28-30. And so far no disconnects, I was getting about one disconnect a day on my old router. I bought this router because my laptop is N band and I was getting disconnects via wifi, and it was time to upgrade to gigabit.
High Performance and features for a good price...Get DD-WRT on it STAT.
I've owned about 10 Wireless routers over the years, mostly Linksys models but a couple of Netgears. The linksys models always eventually die - both the Netgear devices I have still work and have generally better range than comparable Linksys models. My newest netgear was G only so it was time to upgrade. I selected this router specifically because of it's high-end specs AND the fact that it's supported by the DD-WRT project(google it). I've had the WNDR3700 for a few weeks and am highly impressed. You can look up the specs elsewhere so I won't bother going over them. The USB storage and ability to access it from inside or OUTSIDE your LAN are nice. The gigabit ports and extensive array of indicator LED's are also a plus. The one negative I have for this model seems to be a common missing feature on all the Netgear routers I've had. The port-forwarding feature only allows you to forward to the same internal port that you come in to from the outside. In other words, you can't tell it to forward stuff coming in from the internet on one port to an internal IP via another port. This can usually be fixed by configuration at the client PC, but with Linksys equipment the option is available. That alone would have stopped me from buying this router - luckily, installing DD-WRT on this router adds that feature along with TONS more...including the ability to share printers via the USB connection instead of just external storage.
Darned Good Router
I have the say that this router doesn't really disappoint. Great throughput, great wireless range, great configuration features, and apparent reliability (one month now). This router replaced an Airport Extreme Gigabit - a solid, reliable router. But the configuration of the Airport was Extreme-ly frustrating and confusing. I've also tried the wrt610n (version 1 & 2)and they just don't match the features and wireless range of the WNDR3700. No router is perfect and the hype may do a dis-service to the overall value of this router. I haven't tried the USB (which was basically non-functional on the Airport Extreme if you weren't running a Mac) and I also haven't tried out the Guest Network functions but what I have used, MAC filtering, dual band networks and static routing w/RIP all work as expected. Well worth the price, which by the way, is less than the WRT610n.