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NETGEAR WNDR3400 N600 Wireless-N Dual Band Router

by Netgear
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  • Netgear WNDR3400-100NAS Wireless Dual Band Router
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 8.8 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0085WN7YQ
  • Item model number: RB-WNDR3400
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (706 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,548 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


Product Description

Netgear WNDR3400-100NAS Wireless Dual Band Router

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Customer Reviews

Working great so far.
Arvind Murthy
Then after a couple of weeks of use it started dropping connection about once a week and needed to be reset.
Amazon Customer
I will be returning this for a refund.
Dale G

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Duane on December 7, 2012
Verified Purchase
1st off, the refurbished product doesnt come with the Smart Wizard disc, you dont need it, its all pre-loaded into the router.

Connect your PC to the router (hard wire) and type [...] on a browser, login ID is admin, password is password, from there you can configure the whole router to your hearts content.

when you first log in, it will check for any updates to the firmware, DO NOT UPGRADE TO 1.0.0.50, stay with 1.0.0.38 that's currently loaded on there, its far more stable and reliable, you can uncheck the "check for new version" box so this doesnt bother you again.

i made the mistake of upgrading to 1.0.0.50, my 5ghz band was incredibly unstable and died every 2-3 hours, also lost the ability to turn off the bright blue LED lit dome with the new firmware.

if you fell into this hole like i did. go to[...] and download the 1.0.0.38 firmware. it will ask you for the router serial number (of which the refurbished routers dont have one), to the right of the red download button is a link that says "continue without registering" click this and it will allow you to download the 1.0.0.38 firmware. go to your router admin screen (using the access method i mentioned above)\Maintenance\Router Upgrade, use this window to downgrade back to 1.0.0.38

Wireless N 600 speed is awesome, very noticable upgrade from my AT&T Wireless G router imbedded in my home gateway. the router is increadibly stable, no issues day-over-day, it just works, just what you would expect from a NetGear.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Luis on July 10, 2012
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I just set up this router and am extremely happy about it. It is aesthetically pleasing as well as functional. NOTE: My ONLY complaint (and this is in part my fault) is that this router DOES NOT support the ReadyShare Cloud. When I was looking into ReadyShare on Netgear's website I misread that there is indeed a difference between ReadyShare and ReadyShare Cloud. ReadyShare allows you to connect an external hard drive to your wireless router and you can access that hard drive wirelessly while connected to the router its attached to...this is different than ReadyShare Cloud in which you can access the hard drive connected to the router ANYWHERE ON THE PLANET. Only the Netgear 3800 is compatible with the ReadyShareCloud feature. Now this doesn't detract from this product, it just wasn't very clear that the 3400 DOES NOT have the ReadyShareCloud feature.

Overall however, I really liked this product and at the refurbished price, it can't be beat.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Dorothy Mantooth on January 30, 2013
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I purchased this router basically for two reasons:

1. I need more bandwidth for all of my devices

2. It was a cost effective solution for the amount of bandwidth.

After struggling with an older Netgear N300 (which was not horrible, just limiting)...I decided to fork out the dough for a "new" router. I had seen this N600 at best buy (where it was $80+ I think) and asked the sales person about it. They mentioned that they had it for a while and it did the job while supporting 2 laptops, an Xbox, a PS3, iPhone, and tablet. I was just about sold on it because I need support for 2 smartphones, 1 laptop, a PS3, a Wii, and a tablet. I decided to check the price on Amazon just in case and Wah Lah! I am not sure why there are so many "refurbished" N600's available, but after one month in: no restarts, no bandwidth glitches or delays while the kids are streaming Netflix to the PS3, and no dropouts when in the upstairs area of my home.

Setup was very easy. While I was scratching my head at trying to setup the router from my iPad, as soon as I turned on the laptop (with Windows 7), the new router was immediately recognized. I was asked for a new security password and router ID and I was up-and-running. No software to install, no setup "wizard" that asked me the color of my underwear, no fuss. It just worked.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ian on April 27, 2014
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A lot of reviewers here are blaming problems with this router on the fact that it's refurbished. That's not accurate. In most cases refurbished routers are just new routers that were returned by a customer, quality checked, and then rebadged refurbished since by law they can't be sold as new once they've been returned. In rare cases the quality check turns up a manufacturing defect, the part is replaced, the router is quality checked again and resold.

I think when people see the word refurbished they imagine something like worn out car parts that have been rebuilt and aren't quite as good as brand new. But this router doesn't have many moving parts and won't really wear out. If the router works when you first buy it, it's more or less going to continue to work indefinitely. And because refurbished routers are more thoroughly quality checked than new routers, you're actually less likely to get a lemon than you are when you buy a new router.

This is can be kind of problematic for Netgear because it undermines the perceived value of new routers. To combat perception, they cut the warranty to 30 days, don't include a setup CD and limit tech support to 30 days of email support (no phone calls).

You don't need to worry about the shortened warranty because, as I said, routers don't really wear out. If the router works when you first buy it, it's going to keep working indefinitely. And if you plug it in and it doesn't work, just return it.

Regarding the setup CD, I think you're better off without it. I'm not sure what it does but there is a setup wizard built into the router and there's no reason to install the extra setup bloatware on your computer.
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