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NetGear WNR3500L-100NAS V2 Wireless N Gigabit Router with 128M flash & 128M ram

by Netgear

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  • 802.11n certified technology with Gigabit Ports for faster wired and wireless performance
  • 128M flash and 128M ram
  • 480 MHz powerful MIPS 74Kprocessor
  • 5 Gigabit ports and 1 USB port (1 WAN and 4 LAN)
  • NETGEAR Genie Compatible
4 new from $83.00 3 refurbished from $34.99

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 1.4 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004UV4LOQ
  • Item model number: WNR3500L
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,859 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

The NetGear WNR3500L-100NAS Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router incorporates the latest Wireless-N technology, Gigabit Ethernet ports and a convenient USB port to create a secure high performance wireless local area network. The NetGear WNR3500L-100NAS Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router features advanced wireless encryption protects your network. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) integrates other WPS devices into your network quickly. ReadyShare™ provides fast and easy shared access to an external USB storage device. Quality of Service (QoS) technology prioritizes gaming, Internet calls and video streaming. The NetGear WNR3500L-100NAS Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router features an intuitive installation process and remote management capabilities that make this product well suited for your most demanding networking needs.


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Customer Reviews

Very reliable. Easy to set up. Read more ›
I received this refurbished Netgear router on the estimated delivery date. It was easy enough to set up and appears to function very well. However, I am very concerned… Read more ›
This router is super easy to set up. My kid could probably do it. Read more ›
NetGear makes a full line of great products, and this one is no exception! Very simple use, and very easy to set up even some of the Advanced settings. Everything is… Read more ›
Can't argue the price, although do note that the factory…Although it is easy to set up if you've done a few before, you'll have to get online to download the manual. Read more ›
I got this to replace my older router it works great and the setup was easy. all my devices work great with it Read more ›
However, USB port stops working within a 6 month. Otherwise, the signal is strong. You can mix b/g/n protocols at the same time, but when N is active, b/g are sometimes… Read more ›
We're in a small apartment so can't comment on range, but even at half speed the wireless streams HD video without a stutter or any corruption, and downloading torrents on… Read more ›
The first router was quick to setup no problem. The signal wasn't that great, matter of fact worse than the router I was replacing. I changed the settings on the second… Read more ›
I haven't had a chance to check wireless N, but my…I haven't had a lot of wireless experience with it yet, but the signal strength is good, and I haven't seen any problems. Read more ›
This wireless router is very easy to setup. I have this router for over a month or so and never have a drop or weak signal connection at all. Read more ›
I think it is very good deal first of all. It works very well and it provides strong signals. Gigabit port was the key factor for me and it is Gigabit finally. Read more ›
Gigabit works flawlessly. Range is good but not amazing. CONS: USB port is old school SLOW, good for a printer but awful for a flash drive or NAS. Read more ›
dont need instruction...plug in the power and cable internet...…Comes with NO manual,,, can view it online, but not really needed... Range is great throughout my home, I… Read more ›
This is a great entry-level router with 802.11N, Gigabit Ethernet, and USB…The range isn't the best but covers my 3-floor 2400 sqft house well enough from the middle floor. Read more ›
This router has excellent range. I get a good signal throughout my entire house, and even at my neighbors' houses as well. Read more ›
The unit has a 4+1 port (***GIGABIT***) switch, great wireless range, N-compatibility, and USB support (which can be hubbed). It runs a 450 MHZ natively which should be… Read more ›
Th…It works very well, long range wifi and, after setting qos, I got great Skype quality by iPhone and great NetFlix by pc even with full line load while downloading by p2p. Read more ›
The firmware is great, but I was somewhat disappointed in the limited options for external drives when using the NAS (network-attached storage, essentially a wireless… Read more ›
I did get 2 in that were bad (one had bad firmware, the other had…The user interface is great and they don't require any software installation to access advanced features. Read more ›
NetGear WNR3500L-100NAS Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB (Factory…Had some issues with software download but once that was accomplished, everything works fine. Read more ›
Awful interface. Flashed DDWRT on both units I bought, to bridge a room that was not wired. Read more ›
Has been running glitch-free for three days so far, and I…The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because of poor original firmware, which might be a real problem for some. Read more ›
One more positive aspect compared to the E2500 is that the Router Setup password is different from the Wi-Fi password, so even if someone hacks the Wi-fi password, they… Read more ›
Never have problem with performance but has high pit noise. Checked on line and it might be from a cheap capacitor and take a few dollars to buy and replace. Read more ›
If all you need is single band 2.4 GHz, then you can't go wrong with the WNR3500L, especially when combined with open source DD-WRT…Very good range and performance (speed). Read more ›
All I did was take it out of the box, hook up the necessary cables, "found" it with my PC, and I was up & running with good transfer speeds. Our PC, a laptop, a netbook, my… Read more ›
Overall I have been thrilled with this router and all of it's functionality, coverage and speed. Read more ›
This refurbished router is working well for its intended…I am happy with the performance and reliability so far, but this review cannot address long-term reliability. B… Read more ›
I had been putting this off for a while since most of my home wireless devices were N capable but…Also, I love the gb speed for my hard wired devices that all had gb NIC's. Read more ›
A little too simple and just feature lacking out of the box. I sold this after a week of use. Read more ›
Overall, a great, feature-filled wireless n router with NAS capability! Read more ›
I assume the refurb factory knows what the password to my router is. That smells like a huge security risk to me! Read more ›
It even has a ddclient. I haven't used the USB port, but it seems like a really cool feature. I might just plug a thumb drive into there to see how it works. Read more ›
As a base router with the stock firmware, it also has a ton of great features and still works well. I just needed it to be a bridge so I used tomato. Read more ›
1. You can't disable router logins through the…I consider WiFi to be really low security, so I don't like it that the router doesn't have the option to disable WiFi logins. Read more ›
Well, I'm very glad that I did. The price is excellent, the router right out of the box looked practically new, and every bit and bob on it works as advertised. Within an… Read more ›
Purchased this at a great price and it works flawless. Haven't had any issues yet. Read more ›
The WNR3500Lv1 Is a fantastic value router. GB LAN/WAN are blazingly fast (consistently peak theoretical bandwidth w/ good cabling/distance/etc.). Read more ›
I don't need any fancy router features - I just need a good working router with a decent…This router is very good for the price and I have not had a problem with it at all. Read more ›
Still, it's a great value for the money and I'll figure out a way to deal with the drive limitations. Read more ›
Very easy to set up, great price. I have always had good luck with refurbished items.... And this is no different! Read more ›
I have had…In fact, I've started digging deeper into all the possibilities contained in Tomato and utilizing quality-of-service has improved my home network experience. T… Read more ›
The one thing that would make it better would be external, removable antennae. If you need an easily configured, low budget home network, then this is the right product! Read more ›
It works perfectly for what I boght it, its fast with the network using DLNA and improve a little bit my broadband. Read more ›
Three stars because the wired router side was excellent, as well as the options on the default firmware. Also customer support was excellent during the return process. Read more ›
So there's been several days with no resolution. At this point I still can't figure out if the problem is 1) a defective unit, 2) poor design, or 3) poor customer service. Read more ›
Try to get answers from Netgear cuz the only contact with Netgear for refurbished items is online email and…Very poor customer service especially for refurbished equipment. Read more ›
Website is easy to access for CD-free installation. Documentation files are fast to download and it checks for its own firmware updates. Read more ›
So there's been several days with no resolution. At this point I still can't figure out if the problem is 1) a defective unit, 2) poor design, or 3) poor customer service. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By King on July 19, 2011
I bought one last week. It's said refurbished, but actually brand new packed as refurbished.
This little box comes with 453M CPU, 64M RAM and 8M flash, 4+1 Gigabit ethernet ports and 1 USB 2.0 port.
This $50 router can be turned into a $600 high configurable router once it's flashed with Tomato or DD-WRT firmware. Here is the partial list of the features.
Wireless client/bridge, adjustable wireless transmission power, QoS, PPTP or Open VPN server and client, ssh server and client, wireless hotspot and more.
With the USB 2.0 port, you get more storage to install Openwrt packages to make it as a little Linux server. It can do whatever a Linux box can do but with next to none power consumption. Samba server, Asterisk server, Webcam server, media server, printer server and more. You can put lots of USB peripheral to this small box with a USB hub.
Right now, I am connecting two USB webcams for home security and two USB harddrives to share my media files over my LAN. And at the same time it runs an Asterisk server with 8 extensions for my home and family without any problem.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By G. Farnsworth on June 7, 2012
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I bought this router to replace my trusty wrt54g with tomato open source custom firmware running on it. Great router, but a bit aged, even with the enhancements of tomato.

Reasons I used tomato:

1. Static dhcp (a.k.a. IP Reservation)
2. Improved throughput
3. Better control over port forwarding
4. Content filtering
5. QOS

I selected the WNR3500L because I wanted a nice high performance router that is compatible with tomato and cheap (wanted that wireless N, gigabit, and faster throughput but didn't want to shell out a lot of money for a router). There aren't that many routers compatible with tomato: look to Asus RT-N66U (but not the N56U) if you want one better than this one, at many times the price. Anyway this router is among the handful that are really high performance and support the firmware I wanted.

There are two versions of the WNR3500L. They use a different chipset. The version two has a faster chip and significantly more flash memory (and RAM). But the overall performance apparently isn't all that different overall between the two versions. Anyway, pretty much everywhere you look you will be getting version two. But this refurbished one is version one. Some people prefer version one because it is in some sense more compatible with tomato (or was...probably it just had a head start). Personally I would have preferred version 2. No big deal, though. They are very similar machines.

Anyway, I plugged this router in to get it ready for the tomato install. It worked right off the bat with no configuration. Not a big surprise. But then I took a minute to look through the options in the firmware. IP reservation? Check. Convenient and flexible port forwarding? Check. Sophisticated QOS?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Picky on March 2, 2012
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I think it is very good deal first of all. It works very well and it provides strong signals. Gigabit port was the key factor for me and it is Gigabit finally. I was really impressed because it actually connects Gigabit with CAT5E. I thought it requires CAT6 but somehow it works.
I did not flash it to dd-wrt or tomato because it has more than enough configuration as is.
I am happy with it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Humphrey on September 12, 2012
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I've only had this router for a few days and we've been up and running less that 24 hours, so this isn't much of a performance review yet(I'll update in a month or so).
I just wanted to address a huge issue with the refurbished models of this router:

1)There are two models: The WNR3500Lv1 and the WNR3500Lv2. The only thing that distinguishes them from the outside is the case markings. However, on a refurb sometimes cases get switched out (which happened to me). You have to log on to your router to be positive which one you got.

2)The refurbs come with free tech support for 30 days. Sounds good, right? Unfortunately, they also come without serial numbers. This means you can't register them and are ineligible for phone support. Instead you end up having endless emails back and forth with some idiot who tells you that you need to call your ISP and have them reset your MAC address in order to install it (NOT TRUE and not necessary). I gave up on tech support after three emails from three different people that all started the same exact way and said the same thing almost verbatim. USELESS.

3) You get no manuals, install CDs or literature. The manuals are available on the website, but they lead you to believe you need to register first via a giant pop-up that say register to continue, which as I mentioned before... you can't. I almost lost my mind at this point.(You don't need to register, by the way, there's an option to continue without registering and the download will start anyway). You cannot get a copy of the CD anywhere. Yes, installation is possible without it, but it's much, much harder, particularly if something goes wrong.

4)There are a million reasons that the router may not connect. Some more complicated than others.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Screwylouis on July 12, 2012
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I have always avoided refurb products thinking that I'd run into problems, but based on reviews of this, I decided to purchase one.

I've owned a few routers (Linksys B and a couple of G's) so I'm pretty familiar with setting them up and tweaking the settings. Base don my prior experience, this was fairly straight-forward to set up. No major issues setting it up (the hardest part was deciding on a good SSID :)). It has now been running uninterrupted for about 4 weeks.

Coverage is good throughout the house except for in one room (on the opposite side of the house and up one floor from the router). Which I expected to see as there are quite a few walls and distance between. The coverage is better in that room, but still not what we need. Overall coverage inside and outside the house is much better than with my old G router. I just ordered a wifi extender to take care of the one room with spotty coverage.

I'm running the NetGear firmware which has been able to do everything I need to do. I did upgrade to the newest version of firmware immediately (which was super easy to do) so I can't speak for the version that shipped with the unit.

I haven't used the guest network yet, but I played around with it and it seems to work fine. I'm looking forward to offering that the next time we have a party.

I haven't used the external hard drive feature either, but plan to soon to set up a backup location for our laptops.

Overall I have been thrilled with this router and all of it's functionality, coverage and speed.
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