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NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with External Antennas (JNR3210)


NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with External Antennas (JNR3210)


THE NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router is ideal for both professional and personal Internet use, providing Wireless-N speed for simultaneous downloads, streaming voice and music, and online gaming. Detachable 2dBi antennas allow for easy upgrade and improved Wi-Fi coverage. NETGEAR Genie enables easy, CD-less installation for iPads, tablets, smartphones, and computers.

  • 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
  • Easy upgrade – Detachable 2dBi antennas allow for easy upgrade and improved Wi-Fi coverage
  • NETGEAR genie – CD-less installation makes setup for tablets, smartphones and computers easy and enables dashboard control to manage, monitor, and repair home networks
  • Supports Windows 8

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Question by K-Man: How do I open up ports on my wireless router?
I have a NETGEAR wireless router. I need to open up some ports, but how do I do that? On the NETGEAR website?
Please help:)

Best answer:

Answer by Rob
It depends what you mean by “opening ports,” but it can all be done from the router’s configuration page. This is normally at “http://routerlogin.net” or “http://routerlogin.com” on your router, depending on how new of a netgear router it is. Once within the router’s configuration screens you can then forward ports, or open ports based on what you actually want to do.

Good Luck!

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What customers say about NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with External Antennas (JNR3210)?

  1. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Would buy again, November 15, 2012
    By 
    Steve S. (Chicago, IL USA) –

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    This review is from: NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with External Antennas (JNR3210) (Personal Computers)

    I am using this unit as an access point. I updated the FW right away and it was easy to do, but you will need your router’s serial number to download it, so have the unit handy. I did not use the installation CD/program; I just went into its default address and changed it to one to work with my current router and network. With that in mind, here are my impressions of it as an access point.

    Pros: Compact. External antennas really make a difference, especially with N access points. I have one N access point with internal antennas. Its range and throughput are radically lower. Range on this unit seems good, especially when a floor above it vs. at the other end of the house. It’s not quite as good as a 3-antenna AP I have, but it’s good. Nice to have an on/off switch. All info for log-in, default pass codes, etc. is printed on the bottom of the unit. I have not seen that on other units like this. Thoughtful touch. Ports on back are color-coded for LAN vs. WAN. Again, nice touch. Some indicator lights can be switched off if you want the unit to be visually “quieter”. Guest Zones very appreciated. In this day and age of computer viruses and prying eyes I think this is a must to isolate casual users from your main network or your other computer(s). Good also that this is not one of the other brands of routers/AP’s that claim Guest Zone but only have it on a higher hardware revision you might or might not get. It also offers network and access point isolation; some AP’s claim Guest Zone but really only offer wireless AP isolation while still letting guests onto your network. Connection seems solid; I do not have any dropping issues.

    Cons: I was getting slow throughput until I disabled the “20/40 Coexistence” check box. That’s not a really obvious solution. Also, N is only on 2.4GHz band. Not a con, but you should know that. Lack of ability to control some of the more granular features of wireless, such as transmit power, 20/40/Auto, and explicit way to limit to N-only or B/G variants are not there. That may not matter to you at all, and it’s not a deal-breaker for me. I think the MAC Access Filtering is somewhat obscurely labelled as “Card Access Control”. Not everything to configure is on the same menu page. I understand when they are using a wizard vs. manual setup, but once in manual mode I think everything should be presented consistently under the same left menu items and top tabs. Configuring QoS is confusing, in my opinion. This unit is trying to walk a fine line between casual users who want to plug it in and users who need to drill down and really change some settings. For the most part, it succeeds.

    What I Can’t Speak To: Using it as a full-blown router or as a bridge, etc. I do not run my printer through it and I did not attach any USB devices to it for any of those features or for UPnP or accessing media via a USB drive.

    Would I Buy Again: Yes, I would, without hesitation. In my case, the cons are more annoying than deal-breaking.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Really good Wireless Router, April 16, 2013
    By 
    R. Garth “rgarth” (Planet Earth Most of the Time.) –
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    This review is from: NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with External Antennas (JNR3210) (Personal Computers)
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    I waited for a few weeks before doing this review so that I could explore every aspect of the N300 and at this point I have to say I am in Love with this router!

    Out Of The Box:

    Nicely packed in a great looking box. Inside router is well packed in an egg crate style package with a power adapter and an Ethernet cable and some basic setup instructions. The router itself looks great; it has a very sleek design and multi colored LEDS for the different functions. All the ports are Red Leds but the Wifi is Blue and power green etc. So it’s very easy to look at this unit from across the room and get an idea of what it is doing.

    Setup:
    The setup went very smoothly, I found the menus to be very easy to use and the configuration was a snap. After doing a quick setup you can go into the advance settings and change a ton of the options.

    What I really like:

    1) Gigabit ports are fast as all hell! I can transfer files between my downstairs PC and upstairs in no time.

    2) The USB port for a hard drive connection is a great feature. I can hook up my WD passport drive or a USB key and have it act like a shared network storage device. That’s very handy for backing up multiple computers in the house or just dumping files from you ipad etc to a backup drive.

    3) The N300 has a very snappy feel about it. It’s a lot faster than I expected for a single band router, it almost feels as fast as a dual 2.5Ghz/5Ghz wifi routers we use at work and its a whole lot simpler to setup so it’s a no brainer for home use unless you have lots of people sharing your wifi and in that case dual band is the way to go provided your portable devices can access the 5Ghz band.

    4) I love the look of this router, it feels very solid and looks sexy, my hats off to Netgear for adding the little things like the mirrored lower bezel.

    The Not so great aspects:

    1) Its’ not dual Band.. They have a dual band model but you have to pay more.

    2) The Big Blue LED at the top is OK for some people but it’s not my cup of tea. Luckily NetGear realized this and allows it to be turned off in the setup menu.

    Technical Stuff.

    It has all the normal options you would find in a router so I will just point out some stuff that is not always found in every router.

    1) Parental Controls allow you to block up to 50 websites from the router itself. This is a great option if you have teenage kids and don’t want them to go on certain websites but can’t bother blocking every wifi device that comes into your house.

    2) USB drive sharing (See above)

    3) Separate Guest Profiles, up to four profiles that you can modify and choose from.

    4) Dynamic DNS control

    5) A really nice Traffic Meter/Log

    6) Wireless Repeater Mode

    7) Blocking of websites by key words.

    8) Email alerts of attempts to go to block sites or you can have the logs emailed daily so you can see what sites are being visited.

    That’s pretty much it, I highly recommend this wifi router, it works great and I have not had any problems with it.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Severe packet loss, constant disconnections, November 11, 2013
    By 
    Jason P (USA) –

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    This review is from: NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with External Antennas (JNR3210) (Personal Computers)

    Due to relatively good product reviews, I bought this router, but was very disappointed.

    Upon doing research, I found a lot of problems with the firmware versions that were released for this router. Download speeds are always good, but there is severe packet loss (problems loading web pages, streaming videos, etc)

    Netgear support is also sparse. This router has brought me hours of headaches, as well as strong urges to bring a hammer to it.

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