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TRENDnet N300 Wireless Gigabit Router, TEW-639GR

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  • Seamlessly stream video, download files, talk online and play games
  • Features one-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) and manual wireless on / off switch
  • Advanced wireless encryption and a firewall provides robust security
  • 3-year limited warranty
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: TRENDnet
  • Model: TEW-639GR
  • Connectivity Technology: wireless
  • Network Data Transfer Rate: 300
  • Width: 6.80 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1 x 5.9 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001P9XHHI
  • Item model number: TEW-639GR
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

TRENDnet

TEW-639GR N300 Wireless Gigabit Router

TRENDnet's N300 Wireless Gigabit Router, model TEW-639GR, offers high performance 300Mbps wireless n networking, Gigabit Ethernet ports, and energy saving GREENwifi technology.

Gigabit Wide Area Network and Local Area Network ports transfer wired data fast. Embedded GREENwifi technology reduces wireless radio power consumption by up to 50%.

Advanced Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) antenna technology eliminates wireless dead spots. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) connects other WPS supported wireless adapters at the touch of a button. The latest in wireless encryption and a manual on/off wireless radio switch protect your digital network. WMM Quality of Service technology prioritizes gaming, Internet calls, and video streams. LEDs on the front of the router convey device status. Seamlessly stream HD media, download files, surf, and play games at wireless n Gigabit speed.

Overview – TEW-639GR

  • High performance 300Mbps wireless n router
  • Gigabit Ethernet ports for high performance wired connections
  • Connect computers with one-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
  • Up to 50% energy savings with GREENwifi technology

Networking Specs:

  • 1 x 10/100/1000Mbps WAN port (Internet)
  • 4 x 10/100/1000Mbps Auto-MDIX LAN ports
  • Supported connection types: Dynamic IP, Static (fixed) IP, PPPoE, PPTP, L2TP

Wireless Specs:

  • 2.412 ~ 2.484 GHz ISM band
  • 3 x 4dBi fixed dipole antenna
  • WEP(HEX/ASCII): 64/128-bit, WPA(AES/TKIP): WPA/WPA2-RADIUS, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK

Networking Solution


TEW-639GR

TRENDnet Wireless Router Comparison Chart

TEW-692GRTEW-639GRTEW-731BRTEW-712BRTEW-711BR
Model TEW-692GR TEW-639GR TEW-731BR TEW-712BR TEW-711BR
Product Title 450Mbps Concurrent Dual Band Wireless N Router N300 Wireless Gigabit Router N300 Wireless Home Router N150 Wireless Router N150 Wireless Home Router
Features
Wi-Fi Bands 2.4GHz and 5GHz 2.4GHz 2.4GHz 2.4GHz 2.4GHz
Data Rate 900Mbps
(450Mbps per band)
300Mbps 300Mbps 150Mbps 150Mbps
Additional SSIDs +6 (3 per band) +3 - - -
WAN Gigabit Gigabit 10/100Mbps 10/100Mbps 10/100Mbps
LAN 4x Gigabit 4x Gigabit 4x 10/100Mbps 4x 10/100Mbps 4x 10/100Mbps
External Wi-Fi Protected
Setup (WPS) Button
QoS + WMM QoS + WMM QoS + WMM WMM WMM WMM
Firewall NAT NAT NAT NAT NAT
Wireless Security (up to) WPA2-RADIUS WPA2-RADIUS WPA2-RADIUS WPA2-RADIUS WPA2-RADIUS
WDS - - -
GREENnet

TEW-639GR Box

Package Contents:

  • TEW-692GR
  • Multi-Language Quick Installation Guide
  • CD-ROM (User's Guide)
  • Network cable (1.5 m / 4.9 ft)
  • Power adapter (12V DC, 0.5A)

Product Description

TRENDnet TEW-639GR 300Mbps Wireless-N Gigabit Router

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Strong signal, stay connected, and very reliable. The setup is also easy especially for an inexperience user like me. I have bought this item for a month and still no reset… Read more ›
Installa…I have never had to reset this router since installation which is amazing considering how many times it gets unplugged momentarily and used for informal networking. Read more ›
I purchased this router to replace my aging D-Link DGL-4300 and to get Wireless N. The setup was easy and I thought everything was working fine. Read more ›
There's nothing spectacular about this router. Setup was straightforward enough, does what it's supposed to. Gigabit LAN ports are nice for local transfers. Read more ›
This was a great deal on a Wireless N router. The setup was somewhat difficult. The instructions were lacking some simple guidance. Read more ›
It was easy to set up, but the area of signal it seems, has diminished over time, which is odd I know. But it works and seems as though it's faster than most routers I've… Read more ›
This thing sucked! It worked out of the box but the wireless signal was horrendous. It couldn't get through the walls of my home. Read more ›
Exact discription of the problem: the signal is fine, full bars in the connection window, however, internet pages and email doesn't load anymore, anything internet related… Read more ›
Signal strength has been very good and consistent. I was able to connect my old linksys wireless router to it so the iphone and older wireless-g adapters can connect… Read more ›
It is mostly jumping between 77, 117 and 130. There is nothing in the way and the connection is secured so no one is stealing it from me. All in all I have to say just so-so. Read more ›
I bought a Belkin router to add wireless & had nothing…Gigabit wired connections work fantastically, the wireless was easy to setup with a multitude of security options. Read more ›
I have it setup in the LR, my wife laptop is in the basement @ 20' away thru the floor and this router has no problem with connection or speed with all 4 LAN ports (3… Read more ›
Strength of single seems good. Speed is good. Everything seems to work except. Read more ›
Wireless LAN connections showed 30 mbps to 54 mbps but that is a gross, burst measurement, and only between…WAN connection was intermittent, and performance was painful. Read more ›
no problems setting it up. performance is great so far. had it about one month now. Read more ›
In three weeks of using it, I have not had any dropped connections. Its wireless coverage and speed is consistently strong throughout my two-story house. The wireless speed… Read more ›
I've been using this for about a month. Speed is good. No drops, works good with my work vpn connection. Read more ›
I used D-Links for years, but had a problem with streaming media & connection dropping with Netflix streaming. $59 is a good price for the router. Read more ›
Very easy to hook up, and get in operation. Price/Value is excellent. Read more ›
Great router! the speeds are as advertised and the price is great!. This is my first time purchasing any product from Trendnet after being a loyal Lynksys and D-Link fan. Read more ›
Overall happy I made the purchase- price was very cheap online compared to retail and even OEM shops in my area. Read more ›
Second, Trendnet recommended this product after I used another of their…It basically was a faulty product, so I asked them which one was the best for a lower price. Thi… Read more ›
They told me few things that are not documented (like power cycle after holding the reset button for 20sec, to really get the factory…Overall very good value for the price. Read more ›
The Trednet 300 was easy to set up, has great distance and does not drop the signal- ever! I have already suggested it to family because of it's great price! Read more ›
The WLAN range was quite good while the unit worked. Read more ›
I had one of these routers, slightly different model number. The range was poor. Sometimes in the same room it was only 2 out of 3 bars. Read more ›
Glad I chose this router over other brands. If I have any issues with range or overheating as I have read about in other brand reviews I will update the post. Read more ›
I don't know if that makes a difference or not. I don't know if there is a booster I could put in another room, but it would be nice to find coverage in my entire house. Read more ›
I wanted stronger wireless coverage and a gigabit router for my network- this does it. I have not had any significant issues at all. Read more ›
This is a good value for the price. It provides improved range compared to an early Belkin N router it replaced. Set up was "relatively" easy and straight forward. Read more ›
Those who want to steal your bandwith cannot see your network name so it helps to keep that a secret. The firmware update is easy to install if needed. Resetting the router… Read more ›
So I unpacked it, plugged it in and did the usually configuring (the interface is so so, but it gets the job done). Read more ›
The only surprise was the MAC filtering section of the admin UI interface is much worse than my 6 yr old D Link. as if a 1st year college student put together a quick &… Read more ›
That's when I figured out (without their help) that the firmware could only be flashed Internet…To add on to the problem, the new firmware didn't fix the VPN issue. Read more ›
In the 10 minutes I also configured my DDNS and my wireless IP Cameras to work with…It's a super easy interface.....pretty much the same as any other router you can buy. Read more ›
I like the software that comes with it, too--lots of optional features you can tweak, but to get my network up and running I literally just entered an SSID and configured… Read more ›
This was very good for wired connections, but today it needs to be a solid wireless and that it is not. Would also help if there were more ports to set up printers on the… Read more ›
This won't be horrible if we were just browsing web. It is a huge headache for VPN connection. I had to constantly reconnect and log in. Read more ›
simply one of the best router available today, easy to use, setup easy, compatible to use with Roku ideal from beginners to advance users alike. Read more ›
Unfortunately the 639gr dropped connections several times each hour, the WPS button only worked one time, it was difficult to connect with my other wireless devices, and it… Read more ›
This router work great in 3 laptops my PS3 Slim, my Xbox S and Wii. Is very easy to use Read more ›
This one is definetly better than any other brand, I had linksys, netgear and D-link before, never got one like this stable and easy to use. I like it. Read more ›
By contrast, Brother Printer tech support was fantastic. Spoke with an american agent, resolve the problem in 10 minutes. Read more ›
Just pathetically bad support. Read more ›
I needed to replace my D-Link DI-624, which suddenly died…Basically I wanted a quality, fast router, and configurability was a factor as well (supporting internet cameras). Read more ›
Router seems to be a very good wireless router, changes to router…Just wish they had a good support team you could understand with out asking over and over what they said. Read more ›
It allows static IP assignments It fully supports WPA2 Read more ›
After returning other routers that cost over $100 more than…Just like the model I had previously, this one sets up easily, and everything on my network works well with it. Read more ›
It has dedicated 1 Gb ports & a…While the promise of so much speed can only be utilized on a fast intranet network, it doesn't mean this devise isn't quality & a good buy Read more ›
I needed something faster to stream movie files from my desktop to my PS3. Higher quality movie files played a bit choppy on the Netgear's slower G network. Purchasing this… Read more ›
We were frustrated enough that we purchased another router from Amazon. I'd stay away from Trend Net's products unless you just want a basic router for a very simple network. Read more ›
This router had extremely easy setup, and 100% uptime since I…Software configuration is simple, and it has been compatible with every wireless product I've connected to it. Read more ›
Great Price!, Super Fast 2 day shipping, Runs Cool and FAST, and Security was easy to set up. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

104 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Aaron K. Shafer on January 8, 2010
Verified Purchase
I've spent the last few months dealing with a horrible wireless n router so I decided to go with this one. I also have a TREDNnet wireless n gaming adapter and it's been fantastic so far. Anyways, this router runs cool even though I've been using multiple connections at the same time and using tons of traffic. My PC shows that I average 250Mbps and I see it peak at 300 constantly so the speed is as advertised. I have it running in mixed mode. It only took about 10 minutes to set the router up out of the box. Once I plugged in my cable modem and my pc it automatically configured the connection and I just had to log in and configure the wireless portion and security. In the 10 minutes I also configured my DDNS and my wireless IP Cameras to work with the router. It's a super easy interface.....pretty much the same as any other router you can buy. When saving settings the reboot only took a few seconds and always went back into the setup. Most routers clunk out and you have to reset and log back in manually. I could go on and on but to keep this short I'd have to say that this router is awesome and it does EXACTLY as advertised. I've used most of the major brands of routers and I can't say much for most. It's very difficult to find a good reliable product but I think I've gotten lucky with this one. Don't believe hype or buy something because you've heard the name before. The only other router I've ever been happy with was a Viewsonic believe it or not. That thing was rock solid and never gave me a single problem. If anything changes I will post it....otherwise you can count on this router. I love how people here are claiming they have advanced knowledge but can't set this router up. It's really very very simple just follow the quick setup in the manual.Read more ›
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73 of 84 people found the following review helpful By GadjetJunky-II on December 5, 2009
A basic wireless router which has features and functions that generally work as advertised, including port fowarding. Most home users wouldn't need any more. The 3yr warranty is best in industry, just hope you don't need to collect.

Simple to set-up & configure ( ignore CD):
First, plug in router, connect to modem and PC via ethernet cables; then disconnect power to modem and router. Then, re-connect power to modem and wait for about 30 secs., then connect power back to the router. Now re-boot PC's and the router will have assigned IP's via DHCP. You can type 192.168.10.1 into browser to access advanced router/wireless set-up & settings ( username:admin ; leave password blank ).
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User interface dumbed-down from prior model (633GR)

No QoS (contrary to some descriptions).

Even with these features DISABLED, router allows 'WAN Ping Respond' and 'Remote-Management'. 'Remote-Port' assignment for 'Remote-Management' is ignored. These problems could be a security issue (use strong p/w).

Router REBOOT takes way too much time and did NOT clear a problem requiring a power re-cycle.

No activity log accessable to user.

LAN connection (RJ-45) sockets are too snug & too closely spaced & interfere with antenna motion.

Only connected device's MAC address are reported, not the local computer "name".

While Trendnet support is responsive, helpfulness decreases as problem complexity increases.
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Factory installed Firmware (v1.0.9.135, 9-Nov-2009) is NEWER than that offered at Trendnet.com for this model (v1.0.8.16 Sep/8/2009) ...strange?

This router replaces a Trendnet TEW633-GR model I really liked except for one problem...
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By A. Bernard on April 14, 2010
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Best wireless router I have used and this is my fifth. I have tried Linksys, D-link, and Zyxel. This was the easiest to set up and I have not had to reboot it in the weeks that I have had it. Addtionally, it is strong enough to stream Netflix on my TV which is about 40" and two walls away. I have purchased many items from Amazon and have always been impressed with their service.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Edgar Rhee on August 4, 2011
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I am actually a big fan of TrendNet gear, and all the gigabit switches in my house are their GREENnet series. So I didn't think twice about buying this router especially for the price. However, this router was awful. It would not keep my internet connection alive, random drops all the time that would require a router reboot. The wireless signal was not very good either, my older D-Link DI-524 802.11g Access Point provided much better coverage throughout my house (2-stories with 40x40 footprint). Returned this router (gotta give props to TigerDirect for 100% refund) and bought a D-Link DIR-655 XtremeN which has been so much better. Very disappointed in this router, I do not recommend that you buy it.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Brian M. Rzycki on May 17, 2010
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Model: 1.0R
Firmware: 1.0.9.161 (latest as of March 2010)

DO NOT PURCHASE THIS ROUTER IF YOU DON'T WANT TO LOSE YOUR CONNECTION RANDOMLY.

I purchased this router to replace my aging D-Link DGL-4300 and to get Wireless N. The setup was easy and I thought everything was working fine.

About a week later I noticed several link up/link down messages on my local Linux machine. After investigating some more I discovered all the machines on the local network were losing the link at the same time at an interval of about 288,000 seconds (or about 4,800 minutes). At first I didn't think much of it.

Later that week I was dropped from a Skype conference call as I sometimes work from home. Later that week I was dropped from a PC video game I was playing online.

Finally fed up with this very reproducible problem I contacted TrendNET's Helpdesk and opened Ticket # 48066 on 3/15/2010. After speaking to a rep for about a week they agreed to do a replacment of the unit. I got my new unit a week later (another 1.0R) and the EXACT SAME PROBLEM happened with it. Now I know it's no longer a one-off problem. This is either a systemic hardware defect or something wrong in the firmware. I was unable to get confirmation from TrendNET they could reproduce the problem in their lab. Considering it just took 1 Linux machine and 2 days of leaving both units on I didn't think it would be hard to prove or disprove.

I did some googling on the subject and found the following C-Net Article:
(EDIT: Amazon removed the Web link. Google the phrase "Overall, the TEW-639GR performed well in our tests." and it should be the first link.
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