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Netgear N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router (DGN2200)

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  • Wireless N300 - Faster downloads and online gaming with speeds up to 300 Mbps
  • Security - Best in class (WPA/WPA2?PSK) and WEP and Push ?N? Connect ensures a quick and secure network connection using WiFi Protected Setup® (WPS)
  • NETGEAR Genie® ? Easy dashboard control to manage, monitor and repair your home network
  • WiFi Range - greater coverage ideal for few devices
  • Four (4) 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports
  • Built-in DSL modem - ADSL2+ modem and router combined create complete gateway for DSL Internet connection
  • Easy setup - Smart Wizard CD with graphical installation guide and multi-language support
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 6.8 x 1.3 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B003NZSX7G
  • Item model number: DGN2200
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,758 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 26, 2010

Product Description

The NETGEAR N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router is ideal for both professional and personal Internet use, providing Wireless-N speed for simultaneous downloads, voice and music, and online gaming. Complete with a built-in DSL modem, it is compatible with all major DSL Internet service providers. Storage for downloads is easy with ReadySHARE for shared access to a USB storage device.

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Customer Reviews

A few years ago I had cable modem and my Linksys router lasted over 5 years before I sold it. The setup was relatively easy and painless. Works well with my Verizon DSL… Read more ›
Once I hooked up the router replacing the AT&T 2Wire 2701HG-B Wireless Gateway DSL Router Modem and started the Netgear genie setup was easy and took less than 5 minutes to… Read more ›
My old modem wore out and I needed a replacement and went with this product. Set up was easy, just plugged it in and connected. However, my internet speed has slowed to… Read more ›
Mac, att. It drops signal every day. set up was bad. help in india not so good.buy Actiontec instead. Watch angry youtube videos on this netgear that does not work. Read more ›
Initial setup was relatively simple, and the flat screen connected; all laptops connected. However the next day, nothing worked: none of the three laptops could, and the… Read more ›
I returned it and got a replacement; so not a big deal, except for the arrogance of the…The replacement came, was easy to set up and initially the modem/router worked fine. Read more ›
We had an older modem/router, and it worked fine when you were close to it. But downstairs, the signal was always weak. I took a chance and bought this used, but it has… Read more ›
Bought this Netgear N300 Wireless ASDSL + Modem Router approx a year ago. Since then the signal has been weak and slow. Called Netgear to get the issue resolved after not… Read more ›
The signal is pretty good. No complaints. Read more ›
So I returned this one and exchanged to the Netgear N600 router/modem since it claimed…And the N600 did have much better range and I had no problems with connections then. Read more ›
But if you are an AT&T user, be careful. I actually tried two of the same router and had the same problem with wifi connectivity. Read more ›
Its an ok router, very low signal compared to any router y have prevoiusly used, it sucks that i cannot attach an anten to it tho the image says it has two, false publicity Read more ›
Spent about 4 hours on the phone with Verizon DSL (horrible customer service and slow DSL by the way) all of which did little to nothing as far as getting this device… Read more ›
They handled the return great, nothing wrong with product just didnt work for me. Fast easey return, great customer service. Read more ›
I never got a call from anyone. I have rated this product 1 star as Netgear has very poor tech support. I would not recommend this unit. Read more ›
Now, I just got off the phone trying to deal with…You talk to people that hardly speak English, VERY POOR customer service, won't help you if their life depends on it. T… Read more ›
Got a little bit confused how to setup, called the technical support, they were so great and helpfull (only need the name id and password of your provider).For the modem… Read more ›
I refuse to purchase products from companies that design their products to fail after the warranty…I went back to my cisco router and immediately experienced faster speeds. Read more ›
My original Actiontec that came bundled with my qwest DSL started acting up…Wireless was very slow, streaming didn't work well at all, had to reset it nearly daily, etc. Read more ›
The speed and coverage is impressive and it is a noticeable…The 802.11n is a huge jump in performance and coverage and my wife "can't believe" how fast our DSL service is. Read more ›
If you're looking for a nice bump in performance, especially as it relates to wireless connections, this wireless modem is a great choice. Read more ›
When we first purchased this item we were happy with its performance. After only 2 months of operation it started dropping its internet connection. Read more ›
HOWEVER... 1. There are no options within the menus to set the time. It supposed to set the time automatically from the Internet. Read more ›
How do I turn off physically wireless and use only the wired connections? This nice little security feature will make a difference. Read more ›
This one seems to be fine over ethernet but wireless is sketchy at times. No firmware update for years and few decent modem router options for DSL. Read more ›
The DGN2200 has great features, solid design, and an intuitive menu. But the problem seems to be this was built with cheap components. Read more ›
Took 3…Used setup disk and no internet. called netgear went through manually and no internet. called at&t checked line, it came back good reset password and no internet. Read more ›
it works great sometimes i have to reset it like once every 1-2 months but thats normal with every…Plus its Great value and it does the same as the 100.00 one from walmart! Read more ›
It works great, for a good price. I like that it doesn't cost $100 like the AT&T model from Best Buy. Read more ›
I bought it considering two antena would serve better singal. But good deal since this was the best price dor Netgear N300 DGN2200 Read more ›
Expect a minimum 30 minute hold for support (both by phone and…Support reps are friendly, and online knowledge base is pretty easy to navigate, but the product is JUNK. I… Read more ›
After I got the User and Password set up it was easy to go in and…The GUI changed significantly after the download from netgear but the new GUI was even easier to navigate. Read more ›
Well, the replacement had the same issue. It's clearly a flawed hardware design. Read more ›
The DGN2200 has great features, solid design, and an intuitive menu. But the problem seems to be this was built with cheap components. Read more ›
Excellent Range Little faster than westell when wired Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mark Huth on October 9, 2010
After doing a lot of study about available options, I decided on the DGN2200 DSL modem. In short, this product is everything it promises to be.

I experienced no problems whatsoever from the moment I took the unit out of the box. Setup was easy and the product worked flawlessly from the start. The speed and coverage is impressive and it is a noticeable jump in performance compared to my previous router with 802.11g wireless. The 802.11n is a huge jump in performance and coverage and my wife "can't believe" how fast our DSL service is.

I did have to call Netgear once to ask how to set up a DSL modem with an ISP who didn't use PPPoe login and password; they were extremely helpful and the wait time on hold was less than 30 seconds. All in all, setup was a snap.

I also set up a USB network drive for backups and the ability to connect a shared drive on the network is a big plus.

If you're looking for a nice bump in performance, especially as it relates to wireless connections, this wireless modem is a great choice.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By apg4 on February 6, 2012
I purchased the first Netgear N300 router/modem when my newly-purchased 'smart' TV couldn't connect to my network. (It could "see" the router, just not connect.) The TV tech support opined that it might be my decade old Westel router.

Initial setup was relatively simple, and the flat screen connected; all laptops connected. However the next day, nothing worked: none of the three laptops could, and the router couldn't find any of the other peripherals. First call to Netgear tech support....

The problem is basic instability. Each day, it was a new issue: the router's transmit function would spontaneously turn off, or it couldn't 'find' the Internet. Different issue each day. Multiple calls to India.... Usually, after several hours of trying this and trying that, the router would function. For a day...then the next morning, the Netgear router couldn't find its ass with both hands. Finally, a tech said take it back to the retailer and get another - which I did. Let me add that I'm not a noob WRT computers and networking: I've been dealing with computers since '82 or so and set up several wireless networks in the last decade.

Router #2 displayed the same instability as #1. In each instance, I could simply reconnect the Westel router, and all would be well. Or go through a lengthy procedure with tech support, escalate the trouble ticket to higher levels, re-install the router, download new firmware, sacrifice a chicken, whatever. It worked for three days, then NADA. Four calls to India this AM and they wanted me to install a Beta version of some new firmware - but then the router was lost in space yet again. And WRT tech support, it is impossible to connect to anyone in this hemisphere.

One more note: this device gets HOT!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Stoddard on November 3, 2010
I needed a modem for my computers quickly. I originally started many years ago with SBC provider which is now renamed AT&T. Originally they provided a modem with service now do not. Equipment is on me, so I replaced it about 4 years ago with a Netgear wireless router modem; which worked well concidering the torture my son and his freind applied to it while having LAN parties. Finally the wireless mode fizzled out so I needed to replace it. I found this model (wireless N300) at Staples down the street and it works faster and better than the one before. I needed fast and wanting a fast return if it was not going to work well (no time for shipping back and forth). Made of lighter materials for its' outer casing(Negitive), it works great. The set up software made install easy though it requied call AT&T for forgotten access login and password. Paid the same price as stated here so I feel better for only paying sale tax as the difference in cost. The signal strenth was by far stronger than it's predecessor. My only concern is the amount of torture it will take before failing, but feel somewhat confident it will last awhile.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By rslh on March 18, 2011
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I have AT&T and when I called them to verify my DSL Username and Password, all they have for my username was "asterisks" showing up on their computer?! The agent told me that because my account with them was 'too old'?! Anyway, password reset ensued. After I got the info I called Netgear [24/7] just to be sure he/she talks me through the process. It was pretty easy once I got the username/password info. Kudos to Netgear. The day after, I called again for assistance on setting up my USB drive attached to the modem/router.

The signal is pretty good. No complaints. It seems just a weebit slower than wired, but no biggie. I'm new to wifi, so every now and then I would look at the device to see whether all the lights on or not. One reason we got later on I plan to get a wifi tablet, so this definitely helps. I also tried my phone on wifi, it's much faster than my phone network provider. Anyway, so far, the device seems dependable. Like my title says, I definitely would recommend it. Nice packaging, too, but documentation is sparse. Also, I searched the all over the internet to see what those symbols are for in front of the modem/router, no avail. Now I know they're for ASDL, Internet, etc., but which is what, I still not quite sure.
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