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NETGEAR Wireless Router – N300 (WNR2000)

NETGEAR Wireless Router – N300 (WNR2000)

NETGEAR Wireless Router - N300 (WNR2000)

  • Supports Windows 8
  • Fast downloads and online gaming with speeds up to 300 Mbps
  • NETGEAR Genie® App – Easy-to-use dashboard to monitor, control & repair home networks
  • Live Parental Controls – Centralized parental control for all of your connected devices
  • Wireless security with the highest grade protection
  • Backed by NETGEAR Lifetime Warranty

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List Price: $ 69.99

Price: $ 9.90

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  1. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Router failed within 3 months, June 10, 2014
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    This review is from: NETGEAR Wireless Router – N300 (WNR2000) (Personal Computers)
    Cut to the chase — the WAN port on this router failed after 3 months, and most of that 3 months it spent in a box unplugged.

    I bought this router for a fairly complex networking setup with 3 layers of subnets. This router was the endpoint to provide the LAN connection via wireless.

    When I initially set it up at home, I got all the subnets to work — that was back in March — and then put it back in the box until boating season started. When I took it back out of the box in May, and attempted to set up the network on the boat, I could not get the router to connect to the middle-tier subnet. After many many frustrating hours of trying to figure out what was wrong, and after 3 weeks of futility, the indicator on the home screen began showing that nothing was connected to the WAN port.

    Without that clue, how would anybody know? They made the router ridiculously cheap, and took the LED’s out of all the ethernet ports, so there is no real-time indicator of a good or bad connection. I knew it had worked once, why on earth would it not work again in the same setup. Took the components back home to replicate the initial test setup, and sure enough, it didn’t work.

    So — I bought a new router, and within 30 seconds I was online using the 3-layer subnet.

    Very disappointed in the quality of this router from NetGear. Needless to say it is too late to try to return it through Amazon. Guess we will see what NetGear is made of when I try to exercise the lifetime warranty. If they do anything at all, it will probably be to replace the router — which I no longer need since I already replaced it — with a short boating season I could not wait for the administrivia and bureaucracy of a warranty return. More to come on the warranty experience.

    So far, though, the ownership experience hasn’t been so great.

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  2. Anthony A. Schiavone
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    I recently got gigabit internet and needed to buy a …, October 15, 2016
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    This review is from: NETGEAR Wireless Router – N300 (WNR2000) (Personal Computers)
    I recently got gigabit internet and needed to buy a new router. Bought one (non-netgear) without checking ethernet port speed and stupidly ended up with slow 10/100mbps ethernet ports. Shame on me for not checking. While looking for a replacement, found the Netgear product comparison chart in attached screenshot, and went with the lowest-end unit supporting gigabit internet (since the wireless connection speed/other bells and whistles are irrelevant to me). The “N300” link led to this product page. On arrival, discovered the router did NOT in fact support gigabit internet (see picture of specifications on box) – negating the entire reason I purchased it.

    One star because product does not perform as advertised.

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  3. stem
    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
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    Oct 17, 2016 10:30:02 AM PDT

    NETGEAR Team says:
    Hi – we are so sorry to hear that your WNR2000 isn’t performing as advertised and want to offer our assistance right away!

    Any time something like this happens with a NETGEAR product please remember that we are standing by. In this case, or any future case, please feel free to email us at netgearteam@netgear.com for direct assistance. In this instance just include a link to this review with any other details, the firmware that is running, and the serial number on your router.

    Regards,

    NETGEAR Team

     
  4. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Router is total crap right out of the box, November 23, 2013
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    This review is from: NETGEAR Wireless Router – N300 (WNR2000) (Personal Computers)
    From the second I opened and installed this router I’ve had intermittent wireless internet connectivity, at best. Previous router was an older Netgear model that worked very well until a couple of months ago. This one is total crap, so either their standards have dropped or they don’t employ quality control. I’m writing this review via wired connection and my connection speed is lightning fast. I wish I hadn’t thrown away my 6-year-old router because it worked better than this piece of crap. Don’t buy this router.
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