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NETGEAR Wireless Router – AC 1200 Dual Band Gigabit (R6200)

NETGEAR Wireless Router - AC 1200 Dual Band Gigabit (R6200)

The Netgear R6200 WiFi Router delivers next generation WiFi speeds with better range and speeds up to 867 Mbps. Compatible with next generation WiFi devices and backward compatible with 802.11 a/b/g/n devices, it enables HD streaming throughout your home. With up to 300+867 Mbps† speed and simultaneous dual band technology, the R6200 avoids interference, ensuring top WiFi speeds and reliable connections. This makes it ideal for larger homes with multiple devices. In addition, four Gigabit Ethernet ports offer ultra-fast wired connections. Wirelessly access and share USB hard drive or USB printer using the USB 2.0 port.

  • Fast 802.11 AC Router
  • Simultaneous Dual Band – Doubles bandwidth and reduce WiFi interference for better connections
  • NETGEAR Genie® App – Easy-to-use dashboard to monitor, control & repair home networks
  • Wireless security with the highest grade protection
  • Compatible with next generation WiFi devices and backward compatible with 802.11n

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Question by Brad F: how do you connect a Linksys Wireless router to a DSL modem?
I have Linksys wireless router. I have 2 computers connected through the DSL modem with ethernet cables. Problem is, the internet port on the DSL modem, is the size of a phone cord, because it connects into the phone jack in the wall. I don’t know how to connect the DSL modem to the router being that its a different size cable. Please help!

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Answer by Christy Silvagni
Ok listen I have the same router if you have yahoo IM then its minoritygurlgd but if not email me and I can give you all the advice you need. Hope this helped! :)

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  1. 92 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy and Powerful, September 3, 2012

    This review is from: NETGEAR Wireless Router – AC 1200 Dual Band Gigabit (R6200) (Personal Computers)

    With the router that came with my high speed internet service, I had been having sporadic coverage in most of my house including a “weak” signal on my internet enabled TV in the very next room. Streaming movies and even music was hit and miss. I considered getting a range extender but as we all know, the chain is only as strong as the weakest link. After reading several reviews and product specs, I narrowed my search to the 6200. I was a bit concerned about the setup, but it truly was as easy as NETGEAR claims. I was up and running, two minutes tops. Phones, tablets, and TVs were all connected with ease. Then came the range test. The TV went from “weak” to “STRONG” and I’m no longer tethered to the lower floor of my house while working from home. I maintained a consistent signal upstairs, downstairs, and outside. Lastly, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the USB ReadySHARE feature. Simply plug in your external media drive and have instant access to all of your office bound content on all of your other devices operating on your wireless network. Starting with this device before adding to my home network with other devices was definitely the right choice as a range extender is now nonessential. Awesome product.

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  2. 219 of 238 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally, the speed and range for HD needs!, May 31, 2012

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    UPDATE 6/27/2013
    My R6300 is now over a year old and it actually performs better then it did when it was initially released thanks to several firmware updates. I’ve tried latest AC offerings from Dlink & Asus and they just didn’t offer as good range and reliability as R6300. Netgear might release a replacement soon, but for now this is still the best overall AC router despite what reviews say on smallnetbuilder website.

    UPDATE 1/9/2013
    I’ve been using this router for over half a year now and it hasn’t skipped the beat. Performance has been top notch and it can handle 15 wireless clients with a few HD IP Cameras. It’s been running uninterrupted for the past 3 month. Sure there are other new AC routers that came out since then, which I haven’t tested, but this has been a wonderful router so far and I am not looking for another replacement at the moment. Not surprising that the price is exactly what I paid 6 month ago, which means the router is actually holds its value for being one of the best out there.

    My past 3 year history of routers include Netgear WDR3700, Cisco E4200 and most recently two Asus RT-N56u using wireless bridge, but I was never impressed with the speed of wireless and 5Ghz band coverage. This was about time for my next upgrade, so I bought 3 routers RT-N66U, Amped Wireless R20000G & Netgear R6300 and I kept the latter and here is why:


    – Range/Speed/Performance in 5 Ghz band: Excellent! While not a huge leap forward it does perform much better than any of the previous and competing routers I’ve tried using this band. This was a major selling point for me. It is actually able to provide excellent download speeds in the opposite corner of the 1500 sq/feet townhome that none of the other routers could handle. Also with Mac Mini 2010 Broadcom wifi, I was able to achieve up to 22 MB/sec download speed from NAS at about 15 feet with latest firmware. Previously with RT-N56 it topped at 10 MB/sec at the same location. That’s double the speed! I can’t wait to try this out with AC clients!

    – Range/Speed/Performance in 2.4 Ghz band: The range is excellent. It covers my entire home, but so did my previous router, so it’s difficult to judge the improvement here. However, there is noticeable performance boost. Among several wireless devices using this band I have 4 HD (1080p – 720p) IP cameras and previous Asus router had trouble with handling all of them with good frame rate where with R6300 I am finally able to stream all of them at once. Also, your performance will depend on the client. Previously I was using 2010 HP Envy 14 w/ Intel 6200 which was showing download speed at 4-6 MB/sec, 2012 HP Envy 17 w/ Intel 6300 showing much better results at 6-8 MB/Sec at the same location. While Mac Mini 2010 w/ Broadcom WiFi shows speeds less then 1MB sec. Basically, older clients may have some performance issues.

    – Setup: It wasn’t complicated all and looks fairly straight forward for non-technical people as well.

    – Plenty of features for basic and advanced users: Guest network, Wireless bridge etc… all there

    – Size: This router is about twice the size of any of the previous routers I’ve owned
    – Guest Network: Yes, it’s available, but it’s very basic. I’ve seen Asus RT-N66U guest network control which lets you specify the time limit or expiration.
    – Administration panel locks after about a minute of inactivity and you are prompted to enter your username & password again (very annoying when you trying to troubleshoot things!)
    – Parental features. I don’t like the fact that you need to install tool on your pc, there is no web administration on management in the web ui.

    – First router that I see without WEP setting.
    – Some of the older clients (specifically HP Envy 14 w/ Intel 6200 card) had connection issues with sleep/restart. I’ve upgraded my laptop since then and have not had this issue anymore
    – Mine appears to be defective where the activity lights at the bottom are not lighting up, except Netgear logo. (UPDATE 7/10 I’ve gotten a new one without this issue)

    UPDATE 10/13: This is probably going to be my last update since I really don’t have anything else to add other then this has been a wonderful router ever since I upgraded to version. I’ve been running without reboots for a month now and no problems with performance whatsoever.

    UPDATE 9/6: 3 month later and still loving this router. If you live in a large home and have wireless coverage issues with 5 Ghz band you should definitely give this one a try. Overall it’s been rock stable for me with only one nagging issue related to 5Ghz band (see my previous update). Netgear support got a hold of me and I’ve been helping them to troubleshoot the issue by sending router logs. They provided a beta update…

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  3. 66 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Needed tech support to optimize settings, November 5, 2012

    This review is from: NETGEAR Wireless Router – AC 1200 Dual Band Gigabit (R6200) (Personal Computers)

    I purchased this router to replace a wireless router that was several years old. I also have a Netgear Universal Range extender, WN3000RP, as we need to cover a rather large area. After installation I was having problems with three wireless devices, a desktop, tablet and phone. The desktop had trouble making a wireless connection, while the tablet and phone had trouble maintaining a connection. After trying to troubleshoot this on my own, I finally called Netgear’s tech support number. After over 10 minutes of a hard sell for their extended warranty ($129 for an additional year!), I was finally forwarded to a tech who would help me. They also tried to sell me the extended warranty, but weren’t quite as insistent as the first person. I ended up changing two settings at the routerlogin.net site. Once I explained my problem they knew exactly what needed to be done and it was fixed inside of 5 minutes, and the connections have been absolutely perfect since then for all devices, including the range extender. Just in case you have the same issues, here is what they instructed me to change: In the Advanced tab, under wireless setup, change the SSID channel from ‘auto’ to 11, and apply. Then in the WAN setup, change the MTU size from 1500 to 1400 and apply. Simple. It would have been much better to have more specific instructions from the beginning regarding these settings, but in the long run it was fixed rather quickly.

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  4. take it back!!! we had gone thru 2 of those and figured out our computers weren’t compatable with that brand of wireless router.

    we used D LINK and have 2 laptops and a desktop hooked up and no problems, even with 3 hardrives crashing!

  5. Connect the DSL modem to the phone cord. Connect the DSL modem to the DSL ROUTER using a network cable. Connect the 2 machines to the DSL router using network cables.

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