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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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- Brand Name: TRENDnet
- Model Number: TEW-639GR
- Connectivity Technology: wireless
- Network Data Transfer Rate: 300
- Width: 6.80 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
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 ).
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.
Factory installed Firmware (v188.8.131.52, 9-Nov-2009) is NEWER than that offered at Trendnet.com for this model (v184.108.40.206 Sep/8/2009) ...strange?
This router replaces a Trendnet TEW633-GR model I really liked except for one problem...Read more ›
Firmware: 220.127.116.11 (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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like all the administrative options it offers. Works fine & offers a reliable wi-fi connection. Never really had any constant disconnect issues like you may have with other wi-fi... Read morePublished 5 months ago by AJ
This this is weird, doesn't work very well for phones, but the range is excellent. Probably going to upgrade the firmware, get rid of the 'green' s***. Makes it pretty weak.Published 10 months ago by joe
WORKS GREAT; except cannot use wireless on my computers; around
heavy walls and signal is too weak; table and phone work in living room
where router is; ran cables to... Read more
Works as good as my current Trendnet. I need to have two routers at two different places and both works like a charm!Published 19 months ago by eappan
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