TRENDnet Wireless N450 Mbps Dual-Band Gigabit Router, TEW-692GR
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- 900 Mbps of total wireless throughput!
- All Gigabit wired ports and supports up to N900 because of the dual-band functionality
- Concurrent Dual Band technology generates two separate 450 Mbps wireless n networks at the same time
- One touch network connection with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
- Energy saving GREENnet technology
- Easy setup via Web browser using the latest versions of Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari, and Chrome
- Internet Access Control with MAC, URL, Service Type, and IP Range filtering
- 3- year limited warranty
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Not so with this router's failure. This thing failed in an EPIC way I've never seen before. It actually took my cable modem with it, by back feeding some signal out of the wan port, corrupting my cable modem's boot file! I discovered this the AM of the failure; I woke up, had no internet, left it be, called Comcast a couple hours after it not being up and asked what's up? The tech said, I show no outages, I may have to send a tech out. The tech then took me through the usual stuff of hook up a computer directly to modem, etc, and that didn't work.
So the initial assumption was line issue. He then did something I've never experienced, he said unplug it, I want to try and push a boot file, because the port I'm on (upstream) really shows I should have connection. Wahlah - the modem came up, downloaded the boot file and directly connected to the modem I had intertubes. So then he said, hook your router back up, boom! It corrupted it right in front of us. Needless to say, this router is now taking the celestial dirt-nap in electronics heaven.
I am not adjusting my stars on it, because truly for how I punish a router, it lasted about as long as I expected and performed very well during that time, regardless of the way it failed.Read more ›
I have a Cisco router that I use in my office and my laptop connects at 450Mbps all the time, so I know the issue is the router, not my laptop. Also, I was only a few feet away from the router during testing.
I called TRENDnet and spent over an HOUR on the phone with two different reps. After verifying that all the settings were correct, they advised me to return the router to where I bought it and buy a different brand. I asked to speak to a supervisor three times and each time they refused. They would put me on hold and come back a few minutes later, but not get the supervisor.
I just want to be clear about that: A Trendnet support rep told me to return the router and buy a different brand and constantly refused to transfer me to a supervisor. Not only did the router severely under perform, but their tech support was the worst I've encountered in a long time! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT!
Small, When used from close range or direct line of sight this router is blazing fast. I am using a Killer(tm) Wireless-N 1103 wireless card on my Alienware M17xR3 and I am connected at 450Mbps with the 5GHz band.
When I first got this router I was a bit disappointed because the range wasn't as good as my other router and I was only getting 5Mbps download speed, but all of that change once I received my new laptop which included an newer wireless card. The new laptop and upgraded wireless card improved the download speed dramatically. My internet and download speed are the fastest ever. I only gave it a 4 because the range is slightly less than the two year old router that it replaced (Asus RT-N16).
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this router about 2 months ago. It was very simple to install it and program it. However a few days after I installed it begun with problems with the internet connection. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Javier Coro Garcia
This device is a piece of sh... All the 3 antennas look awesome, and you would conclude, that it has a wide signal range, but it is more salesman trick than a real working thing. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sarmatæ
Read the directions and it's simple to set up. The unit has issues with it's range, but with an extender it works very well.Published 19 months ago by Mike Movius
every day i lost wireless signal i have to reset it all the time not work properlyPublished 20 months ago by turgut
I spent a lot of time looking at routers, and finally settled on this one, which I bought for $40 new. Though low on features it seemed to get reviewed as a solid performer. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Julian
Bought three so far 2 were bricks out of the BOX. Hassle getting permission to send back and slow turn around getting the next one that did not power up! Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mary Payne
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