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N300 WIRELESS ADSL2 + MODEM ROUTER
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.

Built-in DSL modem + WiFi - ADSL2+ modem and WiFi router combined create complete gateway for Wireless-N DSL Internet connection. Replaces your existing DSL modem and works with all major DSL Internet providers.
Faster downloads and online gaming - Provides Wireless-N speed for simultaneous downloads, streaming voice and music and online gaming, in addition to basic Internet applications
Share Internet connection - Allows Internet broadband sharing and the freedom of wireless Internet usage
Shared storage - ReadySHARE provides fast and easy shared access to an external USB storage device
Easy setup - NETGEAR Genie CD-less installation for PCs, iPad, tablets, MacBook Air and smartphones
Live Parental Controls - Keeps your Internet experience safe
Blocks unsafe Internet content and applications and can be managed from anywhere
Protects connected devices through the router such as PCs, gaming consoles, and iPod touch
To learn more visit http://www.netgear.com/lpc
Jitter-free voice and gaming - Automatic Quality of Service (QoS) for reliable Internet connections
Guest network access - Provides separate security and access restrictions for guests using the network
Broadband usage meter - Monitors Internet traffic and sends customized reports to help keep costs under control
Secured connection - Push 'N' Connect offers a secured wireless Internet connection at the push of a button
Compatibility - Compatible with all major DSL Internet service providers (ISPs)
Package Contents

N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router (DGN2200v3)
Stand
Ethernet cable
Phone cable
ADSL phone filter
Power adapter
Box Contains
NetGear Wireless-N 300 Router with DSL Modem
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#1
Had one of these a while. utter pants. flogged it on amazon
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It came recommended to me by my ISP (Zen) and most reviews seem good. Any suggestion for something better, I'm not really sure what to get to replace my 7 year old DG834?
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tooheys30
It came recommended to me by my ISP (Zen) and most reviews seem good. Any suggestion for something better, I'm not really sure what to get to replace my 7 year old DG834?


Nighthawk. Simples.
#4
tooheys30
It came recommended to me by my ISP (Zen) and most reviews seem good. Any suggestion for something better, I'm not really sure what to get to replace my 7 year old DG834?

Depending on how much you want to spend and line length a TP-Link TD-W8960N might be good. Probably get a 5.1 revision too as it's been available for some time.

W8960N uses Broadcom chipset and meant to better at handling long telephone lines. Not sure if you can tweak SNR setting.
#5
+1 for the Nighthawk enabled routers. I have the R7000 and it's much more stable and faster with at least another 20m coverage than my old Netgear N600 (DGND3700v2). For £30, you probably can't go too wrong with this but you can definitely do better with a few more quid.
#6
Router will be wired to pc and only other use will be wifi around the house, i.e. something 'basic' like this should be good enough for me?
#7
skybluesccfc
Had one of these a while. utter pants. flogged it on amazon

What was wrong with it?
I have one and it is alot better than my old dg834 with wireless and connection speeds.

BTW the wireless switch hardly ever works which is why i bought it :(
#8
trott3r
skybluesccfc
Had one of these a while. utter pants. flogged it on amazon

What was wrong with it?
I have one and it is alot better than my old dg834 with wireless and connection speeds.

BTW the wireless switch hardly ever works which is why i bought it :(

Sorry, but what is this wireless switch? Can't I hzave it wired to the pc and use the wireless for other devices at the same time?
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trott3r
skybluesccfc
Had one of these a while. utter pants. flogged it on amazon

What was wrong with it?
I have one and it is alot better than my old dg834 with wireless and connection speeds.

BTW the wireless switch hardly ever works which is why i bought it :(

Wireless would just drop out, firmware was very unreliable at the time and next to nothing in terms of support from netgear. They had already started recommending a later model which convinced me to sell. DG834 for me was far superior prior to DGN2200

Went with billion 7800dxl after and its been rock solid every since.
#10
tooheys30
Router will be wired to pc and only other use will be wifi around the house, i.e. something 'basic' like this should be good enough for me?

If you go with DGN2200 I would ask Amazon to check if V3 or V4 are stocked. As the V4 uses a newer BCM43217 chip than the V3 BCM43227. But probably just Amazon listing details are out of date.
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tooheys30
trott3r
skybluesccfc
Had one of these a while. utter pants. flogged it on amazon

What was wrong with it?
I have one and it is alot better than my old dg834 with wireless and connection speeds.

BTW the wireless switch hardly ever works which is why i bought it :(

Sorry, but what is this wireless switch? Can't I hzave it wired to the pc and use the wireless for other devices at the same time?

Can turn on/off wi-fi by pressing button on front of router. No need to have a computer connected to router to turn wireless on/off by logging in to router UI
#12
Arstar
tooheys30
trott3r
skybluesccfc
Had one of these a while. utter pants. flogged it on amazon

What was wrong with it?
I have one and it is alot better than my old dg834 with wireless and connection speeds.

BTW the wireless switch hardly ever works which is why i bought it :(

Thanks, i have ordered one.

Sorry, but what is this wireless switch? Can't I hzave it wired to the pc and use the wireless for other devices at the same time?

Can turn on/off wi-fi by pressing button on front of router. No need to have a computer connected to router to turn wireless on/off by logging in to router UI
#13
Arstar
tooheys30
Router will be wired to pc and only other use will be wifi around the house, i.e. something 'basic' like this should be good enough for me?

If you go with DGN2200 I would ask Amazon to check if V3 or V4 are stocked. As the V4 uses a newer BCM43217 chip than the V3 BCM43227. But probably just Amazon listing details are out of date.

How can i check which one i have?
Were abouts in the routers settings page is the info?
#14
Hardware Version DGN2200
Firmware Version V1.0.0.36_7.0.36

Is what i have found so far
#15
Look on label on underside of router. Will have a version number at end of dgn2200
#16
Arstar
Look on label on underside of router. Will have a version number at end of dgn2200

I have found dgn2200 twice on the bottom of the router but nothing at the end of it.
#17
trott3r
Arstar
Look on label on underside of router. Will have a version number at end of dgn2200

I have found dgn2200 twice on the bottom of the router but nothing at the end of it.

It could be you have the original version hence no revision number at end of model name.

Edit: Looking at firmware version it probably is a V1 as that firmware version isn't listed under later router revisions. Combined with lack of version after model name on label.

Edited By: Arstar on Dec 16, 2014 23:05: edit
#18
I thought that could be true but i would still of expected a v1
#19
trott3r
I thought that could be true but i would still of expected a v1

Think that's just Netgear style, as there is no certainty a model will be popular and have revisions.

Could see if any details on label relate to details on WikiDevi for the different versions. For example FCC ID.
https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Netgear_DGN2200v1 (can switch between revisions in bottom right corner).

There might be a Telnet command you can run to find out which chipset is used in the device, but I don't have the knowledge to assist.

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