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WD My Net N900 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD


WD My Net N900 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD


The My Net N900 HD Dual-Band Router accelerates all your entertainment with smart, real-time traffic prioritization that delivers the highest quality streaming with Fastrack Plus technology.  With combined wireless speeds up to 900 Mbps, 7 Gigabit ports, and 2 USB ports the My Net N900 is the ultimate entertainment router.

  • Accelerated, seamless HD streaming with instant traffic prioritization
  • FasTrack Plus for best HD entertainment
  • Up to 450 + 450 Mbps Wi-Fi speed
  • 7 Gigabit ports, 2 USB ports

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Question by Chronic S: how to reset a netgear wireless router?
i have a netgear wireless router WGR614v9 from virgin media and i cant access the settings, each time i try to login to change the setting it says the user name and password are incorrect. i have not changed them and the default should be admin and password. is there a way to reset it to factory settings that does not involve logging in?

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Answer by -DC-
Do the 30/30/30 reset.

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  1. 88 of 96 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Penultimate Performer!, July 25, 2012
    By 
    rbhatta “A Dinosaur you can trust!” (Sunnyvale, CA, USA) –
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    This review is from: WD My Net N900 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD (Personal Computers)
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    Western Digital is not new to consumer electronics, they have been making excellent quality products for more than a decade and I have purchased many of their Storage and Home entertainment products before and always pleased with the quality and performance.

    They are however new to the consumer electronics networking area with their My Net Series of Routers and Storage routers. N900 Dual Band router is just one notch below their Western Digital My Net N900 Central 1 TB HD Dual-Band Storage Router which is their top of the line product which boasts an `all-in-one’ storage networking solution for home.

    Here is my review of this product. You can read the relevant sections and skip others which you do not care.
    (Please bear with me as this is going to be a long review)

    Hardware Build Quality: (4½ of 5)
    ——————————————-
    As stated before, WD does make nice quality Hardware products. My Net N900 Dual-Band Router is no exception as it surely is a high end consumer router by any spec. The nice textured curvy concave design is a welcome change in the usually boring lab centric looking black or white boxes with bright color Blue LEDs we see from other manufacturers.

    While this design does take up some amount of precious desk space due to the `surprising’ horizontal design it does allow users to mount it on the wall with some screws for saving desk space. I am sure WD had a reason for this horizontal design. I think it’s got to do with the array of amplified antennas inside the router. Placement of these sensitive plane sensitive antennas perhaps forced WD to have a horizontal design?

    Also, Thanks to some clever thinking team at WD they have finally got the bright Blue LED’s brightness right to exactly what one needs and nothing more. No glaring blue LEDs flashing needlessly at you! It is just bright enough to give that indication at glance and fully functional.

    Design, Cooling & Noise: (4½ of 5)
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    Routers are always ON devices in your home. While they consume very little power in terms of watts but they do get `warm’ to `hot’ depending on the ambient temperature inside the house.

    The N900’s clever cooling design which has small fins in the edge contour of the box and included automatic temperature controlled cooling fan making this product to be installed in somewhat hostile (Mostly ignored) conditions and still perform as intended. Most of the consumer electronics routers I have seen in the past get warm to near burning hot as the chips inside do generate a lot of heat. Passive cooling or mounting heat-sinks on them can only cool electronics to a degree but nothing can replace a cooling fan for circulating cold air inside the box.

    I have never experienced a situation yet with this router wherein the FAN came ON and made noises. Which means for most people this router will be near silent operation under normal working conditions.

    Graphical User Interface: (3 of 5)
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    The Graphical user Interface for this router is designed for anyone with little or no experience in networking and WD’s My Dashboard GUI does a very good job for those non-tech savvy people. The user interface is easy to use and you can setup your router in few minutes even if you know little or no networking skills. However, the use of big fonts and pictures and black background with tons of scrolling fields makes it harder to get to the menus especially in certain areas. I wish they had taken the GUI idea from DD-WRT and provided context sensitive help rather than having to read the manual for what some Greek and Latin options would do.

    Having said, The only reason it loses combined points here is because there are some oddities observed during configuration due to associated firmware problem wherein the user password gets reset to factory defaults and also for advanced users certain key options are missing like `RADIO’ scheduling and `RADIO’ transmit power settings and host of other options that one would expect to fiddle thru’ from a high end router like this.

    Fully functional otherwise and the GUI is fast and responsive nothing really to be alarmed or concerned for regular users. Most of the above mentioned oddities and features can be easily fixed by a Firmware update. WD monitors their user Forums and albeit does fix them even though they do take some time to complete the feature requests.

    Performance: (3½ of 5)
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    Rating the performance is a tough for a multi-function device like this as it has host of technologies in one box. Rating the whole solution bad just for one portion not…

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  2. 21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Ready for Prime-time, October 23, 2012
    By 
    Schwartz (Port Allegany, PA USA) –
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    This review is from: WD My Net N900 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD (Personal Computers)
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    I really wanted to like this router. It has a lot of things going for it. You have the nice looks, 7 LAN ports with link and activity indicators, 2 USB ports, a power switch, a cooling fan that only comes on if needed, nice rubber feet, wall mount points, and all the features an average home user would want. It sounds great. I had no problems configuring the router and had it running in place of my WNDR3700 in no time. After that things just fell apart.

    The WIFI signal is about 10dBm lower than the WIFI signal from my WNDR3700 in the same position. Devices in my bedroom had problems getting a signal good enough to stream consistent quality HD video.

    The router would lock up and require a reboot once every couple days or so. That is no good so I put the latest firmware on the router. I then continued to have the same problem. I figured that since this was a new product for WD so I would just shelve it and give them time to sort it out before posting my review. After waiting for a few months I looked back into it and see that they had released 3 new firmware updates in that time. I updated the router to the latest and tried again. The signal was still lower than my WNDR3700 but the router lasted more than 2 days. I thought things were good. I used the router and didn’t notice any other problems. Then this morning I noticed my cell phone wasn’t connected to the WIFI anymore and that none of the PCs had a Internet connection. A reboot of the router brought things back up.

    I cannot recommend this router when it can’t run for very long before requiring a reboot. I have had 3 other routers from different manufacturers connected to my network in exactly the same way and they did not have this type of problem. I don’t believe that this units hardware is defective. Maybe someday they will get things ironed out with this router’s software, learn from it, and apply what they have learned to future products. Given my experiences with it so far, I would say skip this one.

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  3. 18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great 802.11n router for wired and wifi, July 23, 2012
    By 
    Paul Victory (New York) –

    This review is from: WD My Net N900 HD Dual Band Router Wireless N WiFi Router Accelerate HD (Personal Computers)

    I was seriously looking at 802.11ac routers, but decided to get an 802.11N router since the AC’s won’t have Wifi Certification till early next year and I needed something now.

    So, surfing through the all the 11N reviews, I decided on getting this WD My Net HD Dual-Band N900.

    Great choice so far, works like a champ!!

    Really like:

    Seven Gigabit LAN ports, great since I use wired for 2 computers in the house, and wifi for the laptop, phones and iPad.

    Two USB ports for storage and printer sharing – for printer sharing you need to install WD Print Share software on all the computers.

    Easy to set-up, maybe one of the easiest

    Great dashboard

    FasTrack Plus technology – senses large internet downloads and gives them priority.

    Really fast, can’t measure it, but faster than my friends 11N router that I barrowed last week.

    Could Improve:

    Range – but I think all routers should have at least 5 miles of range

    The printer sharing set-up could be easier to set-up and get working, took awhile but finally got it working.

    Summary:

    One of the best routers I have ever used. My set-up is 2 wired connections, 2 laptops, 3 smartphones and 1 iPad. Even when all the devices are on and in use, the router handled it with easy and downloading and streaming were fast and continuous.

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  4. Yea – you can do a “hard reset”

    Find a pen or paperclip or needle or similar.
    Then locate the small pinhole at the back of the rotuer (usually near power intake).

    While router is powered on, hold it in for around 10 seconds – if you succeed you should see the lights on the router “reboot” and startto come on again once by one (depends a bit on model, but usually happens like that)

    Then login with the default password (check manual or google the model to find the standard password)

    -Stigma


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