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Day 43 – Wireless N
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Part of our new home network setup is a new shiny wireless N router. Why? Because we can! Oh, and because it allows us to upload movies to our Mac Mini Media Centre faster.

I managed to put DD-WRT firmware on the machine this afternoon and planning to do some speed tests later this afternoon.

NETGEAR DGN2000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem


NETGEAR DGN2000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem


Upgrade old DSL equipment to Wireless-N
  • Fully compatible with major DSL Internet service providers
  • Surf, make Internet phone calls, play online games and stream HD video simultaneously Replace your old DSL equipment with new Wireless-N
  • Push â??Nâ?TM Connect securely connects at the touch of a button
  • Use with RangeMax┢ Wireless-N Adapters and boost your performance and range

    • Wireless-N Router with built-in ADSL2+ Modem
    • Surf, make Internet phone calls, play online games and stream HD video simultaneously
    • WiFi on/off switch to turn off wireless signals
    • Push ‘N’ Connect securely connects at the touch of a button

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    Question by mr_maurautius: How do I secure my Netgear wireless internet?
    I have a Netgear wireless router that I recently bought and the setup CD didn’t work properly and told me there was no internet connection. I knew this was incorrect so I skipped the setup and just hooked it up myself. The wireless internet works great with all my stuff but I can’t figure out how to secure it. I’m guessing the setup would have walked me through that but it wouldn’t let me get that far so could anyone tell me how I go about doing it? Thanks in advance.

    Best answer:

    Answer by Andy
    The Netgear manual tells you how to login to your router and how to set up all the security features etc.

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    What customers say about NETGEAR DGN2000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem?

    1. 61 of 63 people found the following review helpful
      2.0 out of 5 stars
      What a nightmare., June 8, 2009
      By 
      Gregg A. Plummer (Madison, WI USA) –
      (REAL NAME)
        

      Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
      This review is from: NETGEAR DGN2000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem (Personal Computers)

      The DGN2000 replaced my old Linksys router, a Speedstream DSL modem and an older Netgear wireless router. I have 9 devices networked together in my home. 5 computers are wired to the router via gigabit and 10/100 switches. The DGN2000 worked fine for these devices. The modem and wired router worked. The problem was with the wireless functionality. After following the wizard to set up the first wireless device, it worked briefly. However, when I tried connecting a second computer, it would lose the connection. The DN2000 would work briefly, but only if 1 computer was connected. If the computer went to sleep, the connection would be lost upon wake-up. Most of the time it switched from Access Point mode to Ad-Hoc mode and my wireless computers could not connect. I spoke with several Netgear tech support agents and they had me try different channels and security settings. The Netgear agent told me to contact my vendor and ask for a replacement. First, I checked Amazon.com’s return policy and noticed that the vendor was actually ANTOnline.com. ANTOnline’s policy was that they didn’t support the product and that I was to deal directly with the manufacturer. I contacted Netgear again and explained the situation, so they agreed to give me an RMA to replace the DGN2000.

      The replacement arrived a few days later (after having to pay an expedited shipping charge). The second DGN2000 seemed to work a little better than the first, but it still lost the wireless connection. At least this one worked briefly with 2 computers and an iPod Touch. However, within an hour it would switch to Ad-Hoc mode. Again, after dealing with several tech support reps (including the 2nd tier), they decided to give me another RMA and send a third unit. At least this time, they didn’t charge me for shipping.

      The third unit arrived – same problem. By this time, I was ready to give up on the DGN2000. It was clear this was a poorly designed product. If 3 are bad, it’s highly likely the 4th is going to be bad. I checked Netgear’s online forum and found several threads discussing problems with the DGN2000. This one about switching from Access Point to Ad-Hoc was exactly the same problem I was experiencing.

      […]

      It’s strange that all of Netgear’s tech support agents acted like they’d never heard of this problem, when clearly many people were dealing with it.

      Anyhow, I just wanted my money back so I could purchase a different product. I contacted ANTOnline and asked for a refund and they refused because more than 30 days had passed since purchasing the original product (it had been something like 33 days). Since many of these days included shipping to and from Netgear, the 30 day policy didn’t seem fair. I tried getting a refund from Netgear, but they don’t provide refunds and were only willing to send me another poorly designed DGN2000. I tried Amazon.com’s A-to-Z Guarantee and they wouldn’t help because they decided that ANTOnline’s written policy was clear and fair.

      So after spending over […] and much time and hassle, I still didn’t have a product that worked for my wireless networked devices.

      Finally, after complaining to Netgear, they agreed to replace the DGN2000 with the next step up – DGND3300-100NAS. The DGND3300 is working fine. So at least in the end, Netgear was willing to help me out. However, I would not recommend buying the DGN2000. And for ANTOnline’s support and return policy, I won’t ever buy something from them again.

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    2. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
      1.0 out of 5 stars
      Overheating problems after 6 months – do not purchase!, September 30, 2009
      This review is from: NETGEAR DGN2000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem (Personal Computers)

      This product worked great for the first 6 – 7 months. However, it always ran really hot (visibly noticeable after 6 months due to a white sticker on the top of the unit turning brown around its edges) and eventually burned up the components.

      The first indication of the unit going bad was the wireless connection slowed from 6.1 mb/sec download to 101 kb/sec download speeds (it was not a problem with the ISP, lack of obtaining an IP Address, or any setup/connectivity issues). After a couple of days one of the router ports did the same thing (slowed to identical speeds mentioned above for the wireless access point). I now have a modem with a defective wireless access point, 1 of 4 router ports that have gone bad, and I am waiting for more problems to start occurring.

      To top it off, I had to call their “support” 6 times after being “dropped” and hung up on (before even talking to that person mind you – I was even tempered and did not cause the hang up). I also used their email “support” 4 times. There was a host of problems with the support I “received” and I have now vowed never to buy Netgear products at all from this point forward. It was one of the worst support experiences I have ever received.

      In addition, I have to send the unit back (without prepaid shipping) and have to wait 5 – 10 days to get the unit back. Therefore, if I want to use my internet service over that time, I have to purchase a different modem – I guarantee you that it will not be a Netgear product.

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    3. 16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      Easy setup – Good perfprmer – Love it, December 9, 2008
      By 
      DLO (Martinez, CA USA) –

      This review is from: NETGEAR DGN2000 Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem (Personal Computers)

      My DSL connection started to go up and down like a yo-yo. The culprit was my eight year old Alcatel 1000 modem. I purchased the DGN 2000 and combined three pieces of hardware (modem, wireless access point and router). The DGN 200 is rock solid. My two kids were home from college over Thanksgiving and their MacBooks were in almost constant use. The wireless network performed flawlessly even though the router is located in the basement.

      It would be nice if Netgear would have included a USB port for a network printer or hard drive. Other than that, I am very satisfied with this product.

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