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NETGEAR WNHDEB111-100NAS Wireless N Access Point

by Netgear

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  • For high-performance network gaming and simultaneously streaming multiple HD videos
  • More wireless channels, less interference and better connections using 5 GHz Wireless-N band
  • Automatic Quality of Service (QoS) ensures lag-free gaming and jitter-free HD streaming
  • Works with Xbox¿, PlayStation, Wii, TiVo HD, Slingbox¿, digital set-top boxes, NETGEAR's Digital Entertainer HD, Apple TV and more
  • Each unit measures 8.9 x 1.5 x 6.8 inches (WxHxD)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Netgear
  • Model: WNHDEB111
  • Network Data Transfer Rate: 300 Megabits Per Second

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 6.2 x 11.6 inches ; 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00126R3P6
  • Item model number: WNHDEB111
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 6, 2008

Product Description

Product Description

Netgear Wireless N Access Point

Amazon.com

Amazon.com Product Description
The NETGEAR HD/Gaming 5 GHz Wireless-N Networking Kit WNHDEB111 offers:
  • Use of the 5 GHz frequency for less interference.
  • Works with: XBox, Playstation, Wii, TiVo HD, Slingbox, digital set-top boxes, NETGEAR's Digital Entertainer HD, Apple TV, network attached storage, and more!
  • Automatic Quality of Service (QoS) that prioritizes voice, video, and gaming traffic.
The NETGEAR HD/Gaming 5 GHz Wireless-N Networking Kit WNHDEB111 enables super-fast file transfers at the highest possible Wireless-N speeds, making it an ideal solution for network gaming and streaming HD videos. By utilizing patented metamaterial antenna technology, the WNHDEB111 offers a speed and range far surpassing the old Wireless-G standard.



By operating on the less crowded 5 GHz frequency, wireless connections are stronger and faster. View larger.
Easy Setup
The WNHDEB111 kit includes two access point/bridges, preconfigured to securely connect to each other. Setting it up is as easy as connecting one access point to your router/gateway, and connecting the other to your networkable device, such as your XBox, Playstation, Wii, TiVo HD, Slingbox, digital set-top boxes, NETGEAR's Digital Entertainer HD, Apple TV, network attached storage, and more. Setup is easily and securely done with a simple "Push 'N Connect" feature using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), which eliminates the need to remember or input security password keys. It automatically configures to access point or bridge mode depending on the type of Ethernet enabled device it connects to.

To add another HD Bridge to your HD network, the NETGEAR 5 GHz Wireless-N HD Access Point/Bridge is available.

Minimal Interference = Outstanding Performance
Most wireless devices today, such as Wi-Fi devices, cordless phones, Bluetooth devices, microwaves, and baby monitors, operate on the 2.4 GHz frequency, thus creating a lot of traffic and interference. The WNHDEB111, however, operates on the 5 GHz band which has up to 23 free channels and avoids the interference that most other devices must contend with.

The WNHDEB111 complies with the latest Wireless-N draft specification for the fastest possible Wireless-N speeds. Automatic Quality of Service (QoS) ensures lag-free gaming and jitter-free HD streaming. It supports wireless "ad-hoc" mode for wireless LAN peer-to-peer gaming and supports multicast point-to-multi-point HD video streaming.

The WNHDEB111 supports WiFi Protected Access (WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK), and 64-bit and 128-bit WEP encryption and is backed by a 1-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Two 5 GHz Wireless-N HD Access Point/Bridges, two stands, two Ethernet cables, setup CD, two power adapters, and warranty/support information card.



The WNHDEB111 avoids interference from 2.4 GHz wireless devices.


Adding Wireless-N to your existing home network is simple. View larger.



Customer Reviews

Very easy to set up!
Amazon Customer
The range is horrible and can barely go 20 feet away from each other, it constantly drops the connection, in 1 hour of testing it dropped 4 times.
Joshua T. Mikan
I can easily stream HD videos with DTS audio to my PS3 using PS3 Media Server a free program.
Joseph Cahn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By James L. Davis on June 8, 2008
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I bought this kit to send HD video from my computer to my TV media device. It has adequate bandwidth and worked out of the box, but I do not get a strong signal from the main floor to the basement of my house, a distance of about 25 feet. There are a couple of walls as well as the floor, and the basement ceiling has metal duct work and pipes above the plasterboard, so I am probably lucky to penetrate all that. I used a laptop to indicate wireless signal strength, and spent a couple of hours orienting each device for the best signal. Now I get a level that varies from 50% to 70%, and that works reliably for HD at 720p. I have not been able to send 1080i over the link without momentary stops and starts in the audio and video; however the link never breaks connection and never needs resetting. It seems to just limit the bandwidth as the signal strength goes lower.

I bought a third WNHDE 111 to connect to another computer, and than link has never been interrupted since I installed it over a month ago. It has always worked well. I had previously used a Linksys G router that was interrupted once or twice a day, and it had to be reinstated manually using the "repair" function in the Windows wireless software. It was my wife's computer in the kitchen, so I had to fix it!

I still have the wireless G system up, and it works well around the house with a third computer, a laptop, but it never gave a reliable signal for my wife's computer in the kitchen; and it would not carry the HD video for the TV. I also use that old G router to connect the ethernet from my main computer to the WNHDE 111.

I recommend this device if you don't have too many walls and floors to penetrate.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By David Whittle on November 26, 2008
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Although this is marketed as an "HD/Gaming" wireless kit, it's important to know what this really is and how to use it.

MOST IMPORTANT: This kit isn't a router -- you cannot create a Wireless N network with it alone. It is designed to add to your existing network... often a wireless 2.4 GHz network (commonly 802.11 b/g). This will provide high-speed "802.11n" at 5 GHz so it doesn't interfere with a current b/g network. Any wireless b/g devices (Xbox wireless adapter, PS3 internal wireless, b/g laptops, b/g network cards, etc.) currently used on the network will be unaffected by this addition.

HOW THIS WORKS: The kit features two identical units -- one unit will plug into your existing network's router via Ethernet as an "access point", and the other unit will plug into the Ethernet device(s) (Xbox, PS3, computer, etc.) as a "bridge". Once the two units sync, it will behave as if the device(s) plugged into the bridge is hardwired to the network router.

Each unit has two Ethernet ports... if you want to plug a 3rd (or more) devices in to the "bridge", you will need to add a switch like NETGEAR FS105 ProSafe 5-Port 10/100 Desktop Switch.

TECH NOTE: The Ethernet ports on these devices are NOT Gigabit ports, so even though the wireless N signal can achieve 300 Mbit/s, the fastest speed you will achieve on these devices is 100 Mbit/s. However, this speed is more than enough for multiple HD streams and high-speed gaming.

BENEFITS: As mentioned, your current B/G network is unchanged, so any wireless activity using that will remain the same. This kit is not designed to replace that network... just add to it. Any device(s) plugged into this Netgear kit will have greater wireless range and a MUCH faster connection than using the older B/G network.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Thorpe on September 2, 2008
This is the third (and final!) in a series of 802.11n routers I tried over the last few weeks. I upgraded to 'n' since our G router + Linksys Range Expander couldn't effectively reach across our courtyard and into my wife's office. We needed high throughput and reliability in an environment that was tough on the G protocol. There are many houses nearby, so wireless interference is a hindrance and unfortunate reality.

With this router, which I discovered through online computer site reviews and other sources, I think we have beaten the system. It works very well, establishes a high-speed, robust connection between the FIOS modem, and also allows other devices to connect with great 'n' connections as well.

Overall, I am very pleased with this product. It runs as advertised and has solved our quirky problem.

BEWARE, this device only broadcasts on the 802.11n and 802.11a protocols. This is not your everyday router. It will either work with your newest wireless devices (enabled for 802.11n or the very old 802.11a) or you will have to run a second b/g router to work with "older" wireless devices (Tivo, Playstation 3, iPhones etc.). This is not a problem for me, but I didn't think about that before I bought it.

Would recommend this product to anyone looking to provide a dedicated, high-speed wireless connection between two important devices, but not as your everyday router.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By David Y. Lee on February 29, 2008
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I purchased this kit from Amazon as soon as they were available, as I was eager to replace my existing G-based bridges. Setup was relatively straight forward, and speeds were roughly double what I was getting with G; your mileage may vary. Unfortunately, one of the units has a habit of locking up or crashing completely every 4-24 hours. I opened a thread at the Netgear support forum, but I suspect this is a hardware or firmware issue. I should have really return these units to Amazon... but by the time I isolated the problem to one of the units, the return period had expired. Oh well, that's the price I pay for being an early adopter.
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