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Netgear WNDR3800 N600 Premium Edition Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router

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Product Description The NETGEAR® N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router – Premium Edition (WNDR3800) provides high performance WiFi speed and range required for demanding applications along with a suite of premium features that makes the most out of your home network. Amazon.com See all Product description Product information Product Dimensions 11.7 x 2.7 x 10 inches Item Weight 1 pounds Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues. International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More ASIN B0058NN6CS Item model number WNDR3800-100NAS Customer Reviews 3.4 out of 5 stars 484 customer reviews 3.4 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #112,616 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #854 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Networking Products > Routers Date first listed on Amazon July 1, 2011 Warranty & Support Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here Feedback If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ? Would you like to ? 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When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it. To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here. Customer Questions & Answers See questions and answers 484 customer reviews3.4 out of 5 stars3.4 out of 5 stars5 star40%4 star13%3 star8%2 star10%1 star29% Review this productShare your thoughts with other customersWrite a customer review Customer images See all customer images Read reviews that mention dual band tech support time machine hard drive netgear support ghz band premium edition netgear wndr readyshare cloud clear channel parental controls signal strength cable modem airport extreme wireless devices wireless router works great guest network home network firmware update Showing 1-3 of 484 reviewsTop ReviewsMost recentTop ReviewsThere was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.William D. Murphy4.0 out of 5 starsNothing better regardless of price. If you have no budget this is the one to get!March 24, 2012Verified PurchaseI was in the market for a new router because I needed gigabit ethernet and my wndr3600 did not have that feature. Adding a gigabit ethernet switch solves the problem for my wired computers but limits wireless to wired transfers to 100mbit instead of the 300mbit wireless maximum. Therefore after plenty of research (lots and lots) I found my way to an ASUS RT-n56u, Netgear 3700, Netgear 3800, Netgear 4000 and even a Buffalo w/ ddwrt and a high end linksys.With all those routers the big things to decide between was do I get one that can support 450 wireless, do I go for the one with DDWRT (very advanced and powerful firmware), or the one bye a trusted we dont play around kind of company ASUS.After reading all those reviews I came to the 3800 because of 2 things:1) 450 wireless adapters are uncommon and are not inside my macbook, my dv7, my ps3, xbox, iphone, or ipad. According to the reviews the 3800 had the absolute highest 300Mbit performance so going with a 450 capable unit would actually degrade my performance until 450 found its way into consumer devices.2) This unit supports TIME MACHINE which made me very very happy (although after receiving it and learning of its 300GB limitation most of the happiness was gone)So hear is my detailed review which is broken down into a few categories.Feature set ***** 5 Stars – As far as features are concerned the only thing missing is 450mbit capability now that would be enough to loose half a star but because almost nothing comes with 450 and this thing will out perform other 450 routers while they are in 300 mode it isn’t that big of a deal. Add in the fact that this thing has readyshare cloud (a cloudless feature) and the ability to support Time Machine backup in lion (although only up to 300GB) and that more than makes up for its lack of 450mbit wireless!Performance ***** 5 Stars – As far as performance is concerned I am quite happy since the only thing that could be faster would be a 450mbit router but if wireless card isn’t 450 capable then this router will actually out perform any 450 capable router on the market when they are in 300mbit mode. Since almost nothing comes built in with 450 I decided that it isn’t even something important.Ease of use **** 4 Stars – I am not a big believer in owners manuals. That said I am in the tech world and a lot of my time is spent answering questions that people should not be asking me. I believe people need to consult the manual then do a google search before calling technical support or asking a sales person how to do something. Therefore it is the software engineers and the project managers responsibility to ensure this doesn’t happen. There should be something built in that makes it impossible for people to have any issues.My 2 issues that knock 1 star off when added together.1) When you plug your modem and computer in this thing should function immediately. If for any reason it wouldn’t function a sticker should have been on the device warning you of anything that may stop you up. Netgear did a GREAT job on this router with those bits of information. Such as the default SSID and password which are unique not standard. Unfortunately when I plugged my modem and computer into the router the internet did NOT work immediately. What makes matters worse is entering 192.168.1.1 in the browser did not pull up the router even though ipconfig did show that to be the routers ip address. I had to plug my macbook in and open up its browser to find the router. So for some reason it did not like my PC at first. After my macbook talked to the router my PC could see the internet.2) I plugged in a usb hard drive and although I really doubted it would work like magic I had my macbook look for a Time Machine. It did not find one which was no surprise. So into the router setting I go! I found nothing in settings that would explain my issue. No Time Machine checkbox, no link to explain the requirements of the time machine nothing NO HELP at all. I had to open the manual and turn to page 83 which explains that the drive must be HFS (but never says HFS) and it must be GUID or MBR. It also explains that you have a max of 300GB back up. This is actually very limited. I have a 500GB HD in my macbook, although it is not full because of the way Time Machine works a computer with just 200GB of data on it could easily end up with a larger than 300GB Time Machine backup. I honestly think that Netgear should work hard to resolve this issue and I also think they should highlight this limitation anywhere the feature is listed.Unique Features *** 3 Stars – This router has 3 unique features. They are all mediocre at best. I wont bother explaining what the features do just what is wrong1) Clear Channel – Only important if you are using 2.4GHz instead of 5GHz and you live in a congested area (apartments/condos). Even then advanced reviews have this feature pegged as a possible trouble maker and could even result in lost performance.2) Readyshare cloud – This is NOT a cloud feature at all. Your files are in a HD plugged into your router a feature that most routers have. Most routers can even grant you access to these files remotely. The difference is instead of having to remember ip addresses that could change and which port to use this program acts as the middle man and makes it so all you need is a user name and password. It is kinda like using some 3rd party remote access program instead of the built in windows desktop sharing. They just make it easier and in case your ISP changes your IP address you wont loose the ability to connect. Do not let yourself think that this is in any way a replacement for true cloud programs that sync files across multiple computers. If netgear adds that ability then even though its still not cloud it will truly be an awesome and unique feature.3) Time Machine – the need for you to consult the manual is one thing but the 300GB per computer limitation is a big problem when a computer with a mere 200GB of data on it could use up more than 300GB of Time Machine space.My conclusion: Buy this router if it is in your price range. There honestly is not a better router. Now if you do not care about readyshare cloud (not really cloud based) or TIME MACHINE and price really matters to you then I would recommend you write down which features are most important to you and find a $60 router that has those features. You can get 80% of these features in a router for $60 it just depends on which 80%. But if you can afford $130 there is no better router regardless of the price. I would be willing to spend $200 on a router if that would have made it better but it would not have. One other thing though is if you have a Macbook with Lion or higher and you have over 200GB of data that needs to be backed up you may want to get an Apple router. If you have a Mac desktop computer then just plug an external in and don’t even worry about a router.Read more 8 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseD. Bacon5.0 out of 5 starsFast, reliable router with good feature set.November 27, 2011Verified PurchaseBackground:I’m using the WNDR3800 in a 3-story wood-frame house, in a medium-density neighborhood. The router is on the middle floor, and I get a good wireless signal throughout the house. I am one of those people who have good luck with routers; my last one is still working after 2 years, and the previous one lasted many years before finally dying. I bought the WNDR3800 because testing comparisons at smallnetbuilder dot com indicated that it would have a better wireless range than my old router, and have features that I wanted, like a guest network, built-in OpenDNS support, and a Traffic Meter.Initial setup:I was impressed with how easy this router was to set up. I simply unplugged my cable modem, disconnected the old router, and connected the WNDR3800. I powered up the cable modem and the new router. I went to my wired Windows 7 desktop and pointed the browser to routerlogin dot net. I clicked on the big button that said ‘Take me to the internet’. A few seconds later the desktop connected. I updated the firmware to V1.0.0.24 by clicking a button.Wired networking:My old router used the 192.168.0.* address space, and this one uses the 192.168.1.* address space. Most of my wired devices, including my Windows 7 PC, Canon printer, TiVo Premiere, and Windows Home Server, grabbed a new IP address without having to reboot them. My two older TiVos had to be encouraged to get a new IP address by going into their network settings menus and selecting ‘get (an IP address) automatically from a DHCP server’, but this took less than a minute and did not require restarting them. My wired Blu-Ray player had to be rebooted. Wired transfer speeds between two gigabit Ethernet devices (my desktop and the server) averaged 100 MBps (800 Mbps) for a 0.5GB file. Netflix streaming to my wired Blu-Ray player and TiVo works without stutters. DLNA video streaming from my home server to to a wired Blu-Ray player works great and is snappy. Both my husband and I use Cisco AnyConnect to connect to the VPN servers at work, and neither of us has had any trouble connecting through this router.Wireless networking:The router is preconfigured with SSID names and a password for both the 2.5 GHz and 5 GHz networks. I dreaded setting up our two notebooks, Wii, three iPhones, iPad and a Kindle again, but it was as simple as selecting one of the network names, and typing in the easy-to-remember but hard-to-guess password. The 2.4GHz gives an excellent signal throughout our 3000 sq. ft. house. The range on the 5GHz network is somewhat shorter, but there are no other 5GHz networks close by to interfere. My iPad 2 is the only device that can connect to the 5GHz wireless network; Netflix streaming and DLNA streaming to the iPad works without a hiccup, one floor up and two rooms over from the router location. My iPhones and iPad are running iOS 5.0.1, and we have iTunes 10.5.1 running on our PCs; Wi-Fi sync between the PCs and the iOS devices is working well over both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks. The Clear Channel Selector worked as advertised. In my neighborhood there are six 2.4GHz networks on channel 6, two on channel 1 and one on channel 11; the WNDR3800 chose channel 9 for its 2.4GHz network to minimize interference from the other networks.Administration:Setting up parental controls with my existing OpenDNS account went smoothly, and now I don’t have to run the OpenDNS updater desktop client on my PC, because the router takes care of that. For my Windows Home Server, I was able to reserve a fixed IP address and forward several ports for remote access. I turned off UPnP, because I saw that my son’s computer was trying to forward several mysterious ports. The Traffic Meter, which is a great feature, is listed at the end of the Advanced Setup menu. The reported bandwidth usage seems consistent with what I had measured previously using the Tomato bandwidth meter. I found it easy to save current router settings to a file from the Advanced menu; I like to do this before a firmware update. The guest network was simple to turn on: just check a box, pick an encryption method, set a password and click ‘Apply’. Guests cannot see other computers on my regular network, and I can quickly turn the guest network off when I don’t need it.One week later:The WNDR3800 has been working perfectly, no dropped connections. I’m glad I bought this router, its wireless range is better than my old router and wired upload/download speeds are improved also.Read more 6 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseRusty Shackleford4.0 out of 5 starsno frills but for $20 hard to complainMarch 6, 2017Verified PurchaseJust as an aside it probably says it some where in the product description but this is a wndr3800ch not the original wndr3800. Luckily I was quite easily able to use the 3800ch LEDE factory image to initially flash it. After that I was able to successfully load the original wndr3800 Cerowrt firmware on it and it runs fine which was what I wanted. Also probably says in the description but it didn’t come with the little plastic stand piece which for me was just a minor inconvenience. Finally it did come fairly well marked up on the outside scratch and prior use wise but don’t care about looks where it is and they are upfront about this in description. As for the hardware itself back in the day this was cutting edge but now its pretty long in the tooth which is why it was nice to be able to pick up for $20. Because I specially wanted to run Cerowrt (and use my wndr3700v2 as a wireless bridge now) though this hardware is exactly what I was looking for.Read more Helpful Comment Report abuseSee all 484 reviewsWrite a customer review Customers who bought this item also boughtPage 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1 This shopping feature will continue to load items. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Back Netgear WNDR4500-100PAS N900 Dual Band Gigabit Wifi Router 4.0 out of 5 stars 6,093 7 offers from $64.79 Next Pages with related products. See and discover other items: dual monitor setup, easy setup wireless routers, best dual band routers, best home wireless router, best dual band router, cd repair There’s a problem loading this menu right now. 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