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NetGear RangeMax N300 DGN3500 -100NAR Refurbished Wireless N Router and DSL Ethernet Modem (4 Ports)


NetGear RangeMax N300 DGN3500 -100NAR Refurbished Wireless N Router and DSL Ethernet Modem (4 Ports)


The NETGEAR N300 Wireless Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router (DGN3500) conveniently combines both a wireless router and a DSL modem to save space and installation time. Ideal for both personal and professional use, the router provides both Gigabit Ethernet for ultra-fast wired connections and Wireless-N for super-fast wireless connections. You get great performance for network-intensive applications such as streaming HD Video, making Internet phone calls, and playing networked games.

  • Built-in DSL Modem for Convenience and Space Savings
  • Fast Wireless Speeds for Music Streaming, and Online Gaming
  • Smart Wizard and Push ‘N’ Connect for Easy Setup; Broadband Usage Meter Summarizes Your Bandwidth Usage
  • Gigabit Ethernet Ports for Ultra-Fast Wired Connections
  • ReadySHARE for Fast Backup and Storage; Live Parental Controls and Guest Network Access

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Question by ANDY: Can I use NETGEAR router to recieve wifi signal and direct it to my PC?
I get free Wifi from my condo. Can I buy a NETGEAR wireless router and recieve that signal and connect it directly to my desktop?

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Answer by wehomeschool2
You have to look at the specs. Generally a router connects to a wired connection. Look for something named a “bridge” or “signal booster” with an ethernet port output for your desktop. There is such an animal. I have one.

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What customers say about NetGear RangeMax N300 DGN3500 -100NAR Refurbished Wireless N Router and DSL Ethernet Modem (4 Ports)?

  1. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great product, January 26, 2013
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    spock

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    This review is from: NetGear RangeMax N300 DGN3500 -100NAR Refurbished Wireless N Router and DSL Ethernet Modem (4 Ports) (Electronics)

    purchase this modem to replace a 3 month old ATT modem. ATT said the ATT modem only lasts a year max. Plugged the Netgear in and used the setup wizard to connect to ATT. Connected and requested a password which I had to call ATT for. If it was not for the clueless idiot at ATT it would have been working in 5 mins. Took a lot longer the that to get the ATT modem to connect.

    The one thing not mentioned in the setup is that once it connects you must restart the network in you computer (or restart the computer) so your computer picks up the new network information.

    For advance users the modem provides great features to fine tune your home network not included in many other modems.

    Still wondering what part of “what is my DSL password” the ATT guy could not understand.

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  2. 7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Buy refurbished and you end up paying 150 percent of the price for a new unit., March 13, 2013
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    Netgear has created subtle technical blockages designed to extort a great deal more money out of consumers.

    Refurbished products older than one year are sent out by the Netgear factory without the correct website address needed to complete your basic setup, DSL provider settings – hence no Internet connection. Since a refurbished unit is out of warranty, Netgear wants a large tech support fee just to provide the troubleshooting steps necessary to get the correct static IP address needed to access their Setup website. Only a fool would pay that tech support fee, so one must wait 48+ hours for an e-mail support reply. The serial number necessary to download firmware is painted over. Even if you do manage to register the product and download the firmware for the router, you end up with a zero (0) byte CD – no firmware because the unit was refurbished and they blockedbotched the program.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Would not work, March 1, 2013
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    Michael Hershberger (Cincinnati, OH) –
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    Setup went as expected but it never would connect correctly via the router to my desktop computer. The lights were always yellow indicating something was wrong. Also it would not automatically reconnect after a power outage. It required a manual login each time from the setup menu. Not sure why it was returned the first time but I would say the refurb shop didn’t fully test it before sending out. I went to a different brand.

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  4. Yes, you can. Just make sure to turn off the router’s DHCP server or you will cause conflict with the condo’s router. You will need to use a PC to configure the router to connect to the condo’s WiFi. Do not use the Internet/WAN port on the router.

  5. I don’t see why you would need a router to connect to a public WiFi. If your PC is not wireless capable, all you have to do is buy a wireless USB adapter, plug it into your USB port, and connect to the Internet.


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