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Netgear WNDR4000 N750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router

Netgear WNDR4000 N750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router

The NETGEAR N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router offers high-performance wireless speeds of up to 450 Mbps needed for demanding applications, such as large file transfers, streaming HD video and multiplayer gaming. Dual band technology avoids interference, ensuring top speeds and the highest range, while Gigabit offers ultra-fast wired connections.

  • Wireless N750 Simultaneous Dual Band Gigabit with WiFi Speeds up to 750 Mbps (300 + 450) ideal for HD video streaming and other demanding applications
  • Security – Best in class (WPA/WPA2?PSK) and WEP and Push ?N? Connect ensures a quick and secure network connection using WiFi Protected Setup® (WPS)
  • NETGEAR Genie® ? Easy dashboard control to manage, monitor and repair your home network
  • WiFi Range – Simulateous Dual Band doubles bandwidth while reducing WiFi interefearece and is ideal for larger homes with many connected devices
  • Five (5) 10/100/1000 (1 WAN and 4 LAN) Gigabit Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology
  • Four Gigabit Ethernet ports deliver ultra-fast wired connections for gaming and video
  • NETGEAR Genie? ? Easy dashboard control to manage, monitor and repair your home network
  • ReadySHARE® USB – easily share media stored on USB thumbdrives and hard drives with any DLNA device on your network, ReadySHARE® Printer – wirelessly print from your computer to a connected USB printer
  • Security – Best in class (WPA/WPA2?PSK) and WEP and Push ?N? Connect ensures a quick and secure network connection using WiFi Protected Setup? (WPS)
  • Supports Windows 8

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Question by bubba: I have a netgear wireless router for my laptop and i was wondering if there is a?
wireless card that has the USB plug in on it so i can plug it into my laptop? is there such a thing and is there one that will work with the netgear router that i already have?

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Just about any usb network card will work with your router. Go to the following link and search for “Wireless Adapters”. http://click.linksynergy.com/fs-bin/click?id=eOpObQSkqTc&offerid=102327&type=3&subid=0

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What customers say about Netgear WNDR4000 N750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router?

  1. 313 of 321 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fast router, but not with the speeds I expected, March 28, 2011
    M. Eaton (Southern California) –

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    This review is from: Netgear WNDR4000 N750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router (Personal Computers)

    I bought this router due to being a tech junkie and the desire to have a router that can transfer files to my home server, via my laptop, in blazing fast speed. The Netgear WNDR4000 is part of the first bunch WiFi routers to support 3 spatial (data) streams (max 450 Mbps of bandwidth) on the 5 GHz band. I would say the router provides a solid connection (no drop outs…. yet.. my old WRT610N from Linksys had this problem), slightly higher throughput in file transfers then my Netgear WNDR3700 on the 5GHz band, easy to setup, and great parental control feature.

    The down side of the router is that the 2.4 GHz band only has 2 spatial data streams for a max data link speed of 300 Mbps. Comparing the throughput on the 5GHz band between the WNDR3700 and WNDR4000 only showed a 15% gain instead of the expected 50% gain (300 Mbps vs 450 Mbps).

    I also have the Cisco E4200, another router with 3 spatial streams on the 5GHz, that I am trying out and I would say it has the same throughput performance as the WNDR4000, better setup utility, and no so great parental controls.

    Inside the WNDR4000 box, you get the router, power adapter, Ethernet cable, and resource CD (documents and “Smart Wizard” application). Setup of the router is easy, just plug in the power adapter, Ethernet cable to your computer, and configure the router.

    You have two approaches to configure the router; the classic web interface for people with experience or the “Smart Wizard” for people who want an easy approach without getting lost in the details. The web interface for the router setup is the same as the previous model, WNDR3700, so it was a breeze to do. Just setup the wireless security, forward ports for my networked devices, and I was ready to go. My PS3, Vulkano, and Windows Home Server had no issues working with the router.

    Using the “Smart Guide” program only allows you to setup your wireless SSID and security password. For parental controls, Netgear provides a separate utility powered by a company called OpenDNS. It allows you to block up to 57 different website categories during different times of the day.

    The setup utility (Cisco Connect) for the Cisco E4200 router is slightly better then the Netgear utility. Cisco Connect allows you to configure more features, such as guest network, upgrade router firmware, modify setup key, etc. For it’s parental control, you have to manually input the website you want to block

    Wanting to know whether I made the right move with buying the router, I measured the throughput of the 5 GHz band on the WNDR3700, WNDR4000, and E4200 router. I used the tool “LAN Speed Test” to measure the throughput of the laptop, in the same room of the router, to my server on the router’s gigabit port. My laptop has the Intel 6300 wifi card which supports the 3 data stream. The WNDR3700 showed 115 Mbps up and 128 Mbps down, WNDR4000 is 134 Mbps up and 140 Mbps down, and the E4200 showed 129 Mbps up and 148 Mbps down. As you can see from the numbers, the WNDR4000 is roughly 15% faster then the WNDR3700. At the 2.4 GHz band, all routers were around the same speed; 60 Mbps up and 70 Mbps down.

    I live in a small apartment thus I could not test the range on the router. From inside the apartment, the routers have similar signal quality at different areas in the apartment.

    Overall, I am pleased with the router. However, I am docking one star from the rating for the router only delivering 2 stream (not 3) for the 2.4 GHz band (not sure why they did this, I hope it is not some standard) and for only the small 15% speed increase compared to the WNDR3700. Since these routers just came out, I guess we will have to wait to see how robust they are (hardware life and firmware issues).

    As of March 28, 2011, the latest 3 wireless router from Netgear are:

    WNDR3700v2 aka WNDR37AV – (680 MHz processor – MIPS 24K core) Dual Band gigabit router with 300 Mbps max on the 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz band.
    WNDR3800 – Similar to the WNDR37AV, but with the following features: Print server capable, Clear Channel Selector, and Quick Start, Steady Stream HD.
    WNDR4000 – (480 MHz processor – MIPS 74K core) Dual band gigabit router with 300 Mbps max on 2.4 GHz & 450 Mbps max on the 5 GHz band. It does NOT have the additional features on the WNDR3800.

    The WNDR3700v2 and WNDR4000 have 64 MB RAM and they are based on the 802.11N final version.

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  2. 73 of 75 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works just fine., March 29, 2011

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    I pre-ordered and it came yesterday. The router lets you customize just about everything if you want to. WPS is also an option to keep things simple. It offers separate guest SSIDs that are isolated from your normal network on both frequencies. So in total you can have up to 4 SSIDs. I have both 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz N devices but they only have 2 spatial streams. Coping a >900MB file from a 5 GHz client to a 2.4 GHz client averaged 4.72 MB/s effective (raw was up to 6000kbps) through at least two walls and a floor each way. The 2.4 GHz band here is very congested and it has to fight with at least two other networks on every channel. There has been no need to reboot so far and no anomallies (up time can be viewed). If I get around to it I will update the numbers with a 6300 in this laptop instead of the 2 stream only 2.4 GHz Atheros card.

    Update 4/21/2011:
    With the Intel 6300 this gets 450Mbps on 5GHz. Please be aware that 802.11n has a “good neighbor” policy where if other wireless routers are detected in the same or near by channel it will automatically limit itself to 144mbps. In 2.4GHz this means most of us will never see 300Mbps because of the other wireless routers near by. People wonder why most new routers aren’t designed with 450Mbps on 2.4GHz, this is why. The 5GHz range is a different story since it has way more independent channels to work with.

    Update 4/25/2011:
    Intel 6300 -(2.4GHz)-> WNDR4000 -(5GHz)-> WET610N, it’s averaging 7-8MB/s effective as reported by Windows 7’s copy file dialog. The raw data rate at the adapter was 8MB/s+ reaching up to 10Mb/s at times. I live in a town home so losses may be worse in regular houses that are more spread out.

    Update 8/28/2011:
    The latest firmware version ( is causing disconnects for some people’s configurations, myself included. It also reboots the router every few days for no reason. I flashed back to Check the release thread on Netgear’s support forum for more details.

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  3. 184 of 210 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Wireless Router Roller-coaster, June 10, 2011
    R. Taylor “R. Taylor” (Austin, TX USA) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)

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    This review is from: Netgear WNDR4000 N750 Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router (Personal Computers)

    THREE PART REVIEW: Before you expect that the issue may be user error, please note I brought in IT professionals and consulted with the Manufacturer on more than 6 occasions.

    PART ONE: Positive Beginnings
    Beginning of June 2011

    I will begin by letting you know that I am not an IT person, and I don’t speak geek, no offense to those of you that do know that language, but there is one thing I do know about routers is that the N750 is a fantastic one!

    This is MY FIRST ROUTER INSTALL, my husband handled the 2 other wireless routers we’ve owned, but he wasn’t available at the time I wanted to plug ‘er in, so I took over!

    We purchased this to replace our NETGEAR RangeMax NEXT Wireless Router WNR834B, which worked wonderfully until we had too many items trying to share the same connection at once, not to mention the interference I mention below. Hence the upgrade.

    The Quick setup Guide does say you need a male to male USB, rather that it’s “not included” and clearly is what they outline on the diagram, however you can achieve the setup with a standard Ethernet cable.

    Number one, NETGEAR has 24/7 LIVE PERSON SUPPORT, I took full advantage of this at around 2am, the representative was extremely helpful and thorough. He knew the product inside and out and was very well spoken in the answers he had for me.
    I had two questions,
    1) Do we need height on the thing to achieve the best signal throughout the house? and,
    2) Can I install the software on my laptop initially and unplug it and leave it on it’s own, managing it remotely?
    The answers are NO, and YES, respectively.
    No height is required to broadcast any stronger of a signal, according to the rep, and I can and did, I installed the software on my laptop and manage the connections remotely. I can kick my kids off their Internet Gaming on the Playstation or Xbox at anytime, oh the power I have!

    It took me about 10 minutes to set this up and get the parental controls in place. It was humming in no time.

    It has you setup two initial networks, one for the 5GHz, and one for the 2.4GHz, you can also add Guest Networks, one for each of those frequencies, a total of 4 so far I found!! I put my kids on the Guest Network so I can control them a little more strictly.

    With the Software you have the power to schedule when the signal will be available, cut it off on a whim and adjust just about anything you need to network wise. And nope, I still don’t speak Geek, this is just that easy.

    I will warn you if you cut off the main connection wirelessly from your laptop inadvertently, you will have to manually plug it in and reconnect using the software. I did that on accident trying to figure out the scheduling controls.

    As for interference problems, to name the primary culprits we have a video security system in our home, a baby monitor system, a Sprint Airave, 2 ipods, 3 Android cell phones, 2 PS3s, 2 wireless/internet ready TVs, a wireless/internet ready blue-ray, and an Xbox off the top of my head. AND to tip top our house we have what’s called a microwave internet system!

    You see we live in a rural area and do not have the availability of traditional DSL or hardwired internet so we have to use non-conventional internet services. Heck, we don’t even have caller id call waiting technology available out here, to give you an idea. We rely very heavily on wireless devices. All of these items created a vortex of packet loss and signal drops so we had to do something.. I learned that little bit of geek speak from our internet provider 😉

    Since installing the N750 we are running everything at the same time, all while the surveillance system is running, the baby monitor is monitoring, one is watching HBO-Go on the laptop, while another streams a Netflix movie on their TV, yet another plays his buddies a game of Halo or Call of Duty on the gaming systems, download some apps on my ipod, I PRINT MY COUPONS on my wireless HP and I surf for the next of the greatest deals on Amazon! All without a hiccup!

    The product itself is aesthetically pretty, yes, not something you usually look for in a router, but it is, it’s pretty. The reason I even tread on looks here is that some of this stuff looks downright ugly, we owned the competitor’s router *which failed* 2 routers ago and it was just an ugliness I tried to hide with the rest of my wires. Realistically, a person who is placing this in their home office where people may be visiting and see what you have going on in your office you want to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye, just like the rest of your home. YES I AM A TYPE A, Very proud Type A, I want my office to be as organized as the rest of my home..

    So, I hope my laymen’s version of this…

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