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Netgear Rangemax 150 Wireless Router Wnr1000 - Wireless Router - 4-Port Switch - 802.11B/G/N (Draft 2.0) - Desktop

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Connectivity Technology wireless wireless wireless wireless
Data Transfer Rate 150 megabits per second 150 megabits per second 444.928 megabits per second 300 megabits per second
Total Lan Ports Information not Provided 4 4 4
Wireless Comm Standard 2.4 ghz radio frequency 802 11 BG 802 11 N 2.4 ghz radio frequency
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.1 x 2.4 inches ; 9.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0027WQZXU
  • Item model number: WNR1000-100PES
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,620 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Netgear 150MBit Wlan Router WNR 1000

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 10, 2010
This Netgear product is the most problematic router that I have ever used. Its firmware is very lousy, and drops ssh connections on your computer and also drops connections for devices such as Motorola Droid. If you search online, you will find similar complaints about this router. I try to solve these issues by changing the configuration on this router in many ways but could solve the problem only by replacing the router with a different brand.

Stay away from Netgear routers unless they can be flushed by the free DD-WRT firmware. Unfortunately, this particular router is not yet supported by DD-WRT.
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So far I have no complaints It seems to be working fine. Right now it's working the way I want it to and the way it suppose to.
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By Manzanita on August 21, 2010
This router is easily configured and performs well EXCEPT for one thing: it is very sensitive to power fluctuations. I have lost 2 (yes, 2!) of these in the last week during thunderstorms even though they were plugged into a good surge suppressor. The first one stopped passing traffic. The second one is completely dead. Very disappointing.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By megabigeye on September 28, 2010
I've not used a lot of wireless routers in my time, but of the few I've used (a LinkSys, a D-Link, and a couple Apple Products) this is by far the worst. Also, I'm far from being a power user or technologically savvy, so I'm not going to attempt to describe in detail whatever is going wrong. Nor do I understand it.
It should suffice to say that within the span of an hour I had to reset this router three times. We weren't having any electrical storms and we're not near anything that may be emitting any radio frequency interference. It just drops the signal... At times my computer can't see the router at all; at other times I seem to be getting reception, but it's not carrying any signal.
Also, considering that the router is in the next room over from my desktop (perhaps 15 feet away), there should be no reason that the signal should ever drop below four full bars. Three bars seems odd, and the occasional two is simply unacceptable.
My last complaint is that it seems to take forever to reboot, perhaps three to five minutes. I'm not sure if this is usual-- as this is the only router I've ever had to reset so often-- but given that I have to reset it every 20 minutes or so, that means I only get 15 to 17 minutes of actual use before it loses signal. That's really frustrating.
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