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Netgear - ProSafe FWG114P Wireless Firewall Router with USB Print Server - 4 x LAN, 1 x WAN, 1 x USB Printer

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 7.4 x 1.3 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds
  • ASIN: B000IG8W4M
  • Item model number: FWG114PUK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 6, 2006

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Netgear - ProSafe FWG114P Wireless Firewall Router with USB Print Server - 4 x LAN, 1 x WAN, 1 x USB Printer

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Electronicbuff on February 3, 2007
Prosafe 802.11g Wireless Firewall/Print Server (Model FWG114P v2)

I first purchased the version 1 unit to run my wireless network, it kept dying and had to be rebooted. Since it was under warranty I sent it back with no problems and received a Version 2 as its replacement.

The FWG114P V2 replacement that I received has been awesome and totally dependable.

I set it up about a year ago and haven't had to touch it since. I have numerous wireless devices attached to it at all times and they'd tell me if the signal ever failed. No problems indicated by any of these devices.

I like the metal case and rugged design. Most wireless units today tend to be plastic and run hot. This baby runs at virtually no temperature at all.

Setting up the unit was a breeze and it came with tons of security settings and features unlike the older version. It was out of the box and up and running, with my buildings security settings, in less than 20 minutes.

There are 4 output network ports on the back of the unit as well as of course the network input. There is a USB port for a printer, which we are not using, as well as a serial port for a modem if you are not using broadband. I couldn't fingure that anyone would still be using a modem anymore, but it's there if you are.

The front of the unit shows power, printer status, modem status, internet speed, internet status, wireless status, as well as traffic and speed for the four local ports. The antenna screws on the back and can be changed to a larger one if required although I've not had a range issue in two story building. We keep the unit in the basement next to the surfboard cable modem and most of our wireless usage is upstairs on the main floor.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By culture vulture on December 5, 2005
Been wrestling with one of these for most of the last year. (There are two versions of the hardware, one with a v2 at the end of the model number. I have the earlier one, without the v2.)

On the plus side, if you follow the hard-to-find instructions on how to create a VPN between this router and an FVS318 you can in fact get a reasonably fast, secure connection. However, as a basic wireless router it's been extremely erratic-- I have to powercycle it daily. Sometimes it loses the ability to route Web traffic or even accept connections to the administrative web interface built-in (though it will take a ping). Power cycling usually helps. About once per month I have to reset to factory settings, upload firmware, then reset to factory settings again (ugh) and reprogram with my settings to get it to work.

Life's too short. If I weren't more or less wedded to this thing (connecting to another Netgear VPN server that this is compatible with) I'd never buy another one. I may actally sell this one on eBay and see what another Netgear model can do for me-- they can't all be this bad.
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