The NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router with USB is ideal for both professional and personal Internet use, providing Wireless-N speed for simultaneous downloads, voice and music, and online gaming. Storage for downloads is easy with ReadySHARE™ for shared access to a USB storage device.
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
Shared storage - ReadySHARE™ provides fast and easy shared access to an external USB storage device
Live Parental Controls
-Keeps your Internet experience safe
-Blocks unsafe Internet content and applications and can be managed from anywhere
-Protects connected devices through the router such as PCs, gaming consoles, and iPod touch®
-To learn more visit www.netgear.com/lpc
Guest network access - Provides separate security and access restrictions for guests using the network
Broadband usage meter - Monitors Internet traffic and sends customized reports to help keep costs under control
Jitter-free voice and gaming - Automatic Quality of Service (QoS) for reliable Internet connections
Easy setup - NETGEAR Genie™ CD with graphical installation guide and multi-language support
Secured connection - Push 'N' Connect ensures a quick and secure network connection
NETGEAR Green features - Power and Wi-Fi on/off buttons and 80% recycled packaging
Des F on 28.12.2011
I have now had this ‘Netgear WNR2200’ router up and running for about one month with only one problem. My own experience with computers has involved replacing a hard drive in a laptop and replacing ram and a graphic card in a desktop and doing a clean install of windows XP on different computers but I had never set up a router by myself before but using the supplied ‘resource cd’ and common sense it was fairly straight. It is wired to a desktop computer running Windows XP and wireless to four laptops (2 running Windows XP, 2 running Windows 7) and 2 smartphones. These are not all connected and the same time but up to four have been without problems. Setting up the security using WPA2-PSK [AES] on all of the computers was straight forward. With one of the smartphones I did have to enter the MAC address manually to get it to connect by going into the routers advanced setting but this was easy to do.