whats better netgear n600 wireless dual band router or netgear n750 wireless dual band gigabit router?pretty much the n750 would be better because its the latest model but what would be the advantages of it and is it better for gaming than the n600?whats the dis/advantages of both of them?
The only difference I can see is the 3700 has gigabit ports. Any other performance differences about with these two routers? I already have the 3400 but I am wondering if I chose the wrong router seeing as the 3700 is only ten bucks more. What there experiences were or there knowledge of these two products or even opinions. I have a gaming PC hard wired, ps3 wireless, nexus 7 wireless, and LG Media Player wireless in a 1400 square foot house with one wall between ps3 and 2 walls between media player. I doubt range will be an issue with either routers though. I might transfer files between PC's later on but 10/100 should still be pretty good speed or not so much?
My laptop is unable to connect to our router unless I am right next to it. I am in a split level house. When I go downstairs in our family room the laptop will not connect or is very slow loading. Once I move the laptop next to the router everything is fine.
The lap top is an HP Pavilion with Windows 7. The router is netgear n750 WNDR4000. :Laptop was connected to internet this afternoon now this evening I have problems.
So I recently moved a little bit away from where I was. My new area only has one internet provider available called "Hot Spot". We got the 10 down 5 up plan and I get what I paid for in that respect. My issue is that it won't even stay up for longer then 20 minutes. At first I was using the Netgear N750 WNDR4000 router, but I switched over to my ASUS RT-N56U router thinking it might fix the problem. Same thing happening with this ASUS, but when it goes out and I try to load a web page I get the error "you have set the wrong dynamic or static IP address for your RT-N56U." The router setting is set on automatic IP so I'm not sure if that's the problem. I called the ISP and told them I have Dish for TV and they said that is most likely the problem as it can often conflict with the IP or something like that. So I called Dish and they sent me this "Hopper Internet Connector" which supposedly fixes this issue because it directly connects it to the router instead of wirelessly. That still didn't fix the problem. I have tried turning wireless off completely and it still happens. I have reset the router to factory settings probably 4 times. I really don't know what else to do..
I live in an area that has no cable or dsl internet available.The only options are basic dial up or wireless internet through one of the cell phone companies.Right now I use verizon with a usb adapter.I have had this since moving here.It gets good speed and I share it witht the other 4 pcs in my house through a 5 port switch using windows xp's ics(internet connection sharing)We mainly use the internet for playing games together online.Recently though i have wanted to upgrade to a wireless network.I feel as if I 'm living in the stone age because everyone else I know is using wireless.Last night I went out and purchased a netgear n750 duel band router(model number wndr4000-100nas) after reading several guides online about how to set it up.It sounded easy enough but after 3 hours I still could not get it working.
Here is what I am trying to do.I want to basically turn the router into a switch by disabling it's routing function and let the pc that has the verizon wireless card be the host and hand out ip addresses to the other pcs.(like it is doing now)Problems I am having
1- keep getting the work offline popup when I click on anything in the router control panal(it say you are not connected to the internet would you like to connect or continue to work offline I hit work offline and it just pops up again when I click something else)
2- I think I found how to change the router's ip address and disable DHCP under lan controls but when I hit save it pops up saying I need to manually change my pc's ip address and it will not save.
I am using winxp32 sp3 and right now 5 gigabit wire lan cards.(though if I get this working I'm going to pick up wireless card for 4 of the pcs.)
I have a home network with a Netgear N600 as my main router. I have a wirelesss HP printer that accesses fine as does Iphones and Ipad. Then I have hard wires. Off of the main router I have 3 Netgear 5 port switches. 1 switch with a line to bedroom tv and a line to family room tv. 1 Switch at family room TV which goes to Blu Ray, Direct Tv, and Xbox360. 1 switch at bedroom for Blu Ray and Direct TV. Believe it or not, this all worked. I tried to hook up a ZmodoH264 security system (the ones with four cameras, and a separate hard drive and monitor for viewing). I used one of the 4 inputs on the main Netgear router for this, and it seemed to be recognized. But, I can't access the security system mobilly, AND all my network addresses seem to have been screwed as Directv isn't working (Whole Home) and the printer stopped being recognized. However, Blu Rays are still fine. Is there a way with ipconfig to list all of my hard wired nodes? I assume wireless dont show up in a list.
Im on Windows 7 Ultimate, I have Netgear N600 and a motorola and all the lights are on but when I lose connectivity to my internet, everything looks fine light wise. My whole family connects to the wireless in my house and when the internet goes down, they too, are effected. The internet would be running for a few minutes and then sadly go down for a minute then come back up. This has been happening more and more lately and its come to a point where I'm sick and tired of trying to fix it myself. Its very aggravating to be surfing the web and one point and then seeing the oh so nice "Firefox cannot connect to your internet" screen. I play World of Warcraft, as of right now, its unplayable. I'm stressing because its just a hug hassle. The Motorola and the Netgear are fairly new and I don't seem to think that would be the problem.
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I just got a Nook Color as a gift (nice huh?) I just bought my iPad2 in Jan. So now I've got Comcast cable with a Netgear N600 router and:
1 desktop Win XP sp3 plugged into router 1 desktop Win 7 usb wireless 1 HP laptop w/ Vista 2 Dell old laptops Win XP not used much Sony PS3 not on much iPad2 always on Nook Color AND a Roku always on
I think that's all. So I'm guessing all this will slow down my whole connection? My iPad is the fastest. My Nook is extremely slow. Maybe it's the B&N website? When I go to shop and even when I registered it, it says connection having trouble. I finally had to setup my account at BN with my desktop. The Nook wouldn't stay connected.
My HP printer finds my network, signs on just fine, has internet. My 2 wired PCs are connected and have internet. My 2 wireless laptops find the network and have internet. Everything has internet successfully thru the router....not one of them can print anything because not one of them can see the printer that I know is there.
I puchased the N600 WNDR3700v3 Dual Band Gigabit Router. I am able to see my wireless account I set up and is out there to connect to, but I cant connect. I can connect with an ethernet cord, but nothing wireless. It doesnt work for my home or work laptops. Prior to this I had another wireless set up and I am tempted to plug that one back in.
Just bought a new Netgear N600 router, hooked up 4 wired computers with no problem and got several wireless devices to hook up without issue. My laptop however, will not give me internet access when accessing the network wirelessly.
The access is labeled as Local Only, and the network is considered unidentified. Signal strength is excellent, and it reads the name of the new wireless server I created. It prompted me to enter the passphrase, which I did, and now my laptop is stuck on local only.
I tried updating my adaptor drivers but they are all up to date, and I tried to enter my adaptor into the address reservation on the router configuration page using the laptops MAC address and IP address.
I have a Netgear N600 (I'm not sure if this is the model number...) and the wireless adapter that was built into my P8Z77-V Pro is an Atheros AR9485. Everything was working fine up until last night, and now I can't seem to connect to anything for more than a couple seconds before it disconnects me again. I should also note that my phone, my iPad, my laptop, and my other PC connect just fine still.
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My son just got an Asus Laptop from his school. It is running Windows 8.It connects to other peoples WIFI, just not my home WIFI.When he got it home he found the network, entered the password and nothing happened. Now it can't even find the network.There is nothing wrong with the router as every other device connects fine.The router is a Netgear n600 - DGND3700?
I have a netgear n600 router and in the room its in i get around 50 down and 12 up but in other rooms it drops significantly(the highest ive gotten is 11 down in other rooms). is there any setting i can go into.
[CODE]My router stopped working when I tried to connect my new Samsung Smart TV to the wireless network by using the menu on the tv. I had to go and press the WSL button on the router. I pressed what I though was the WSL button and now my router doesn't work. I has three lights lit up, the power on light, a small green blinking light and an amber light by the number 1.I've gone to the Netgear website and they want $69 for assistance to get my router up and running. I can buy a new router for that much money. There has to be an easier way.
I tried using an ethernet cable (cat 6) to connect my laptop (Sony VPC-1190X) to our gigbit router (Netgear N600 WNDR3800), but I get a message that there is no internet connectivity and the light representing that port on the router does not turn on.So, dead ethernet port on the router? Nope - unplugged the working printer from the router and used that ethernet port - same result.so dead ethernet port on the laptop? Nope - plugged the laptop into a gigbit switch (D-link DGS-2205) and instantly got internet connectivity. Note that this switch is plugged into the aforementioned Netgear router.For good measure, I tried power-cycling the router and laptop.
BTW - I can connect the laptop to the router wirelessly but I am trying to make use of the faster transfer speed of the ethernet connection.
My net drops off every 20secs like clockwork, only affecting the wireless.I bought a new router yesterday to see if that would work, but it hasn't. At the moment, my router is connected to the modem, and my computer upstairs is running through the wireless connection from the router (not the modem)
My router is a NetGear N600 Wireless Dual Band... and my modem is a NetGear Rangemax wireless My computer is running Windows 7 and has a Realtek RTL8191SU Wireless LAN 802.11n USB 2.0 Network Adapter(im connecting to my network via the 2.4ghz... not the 5ghz)I've tried doing the whole, ipconfig/ release
I previously had DSL with my own combo modem/wireless router. I cancelled DSL and got Cable broadband instead. I've already unplugged my DSL modem/router and have my cable modem hooked up, all is running well. I bought a new Netgear N600 wireless router that I want to set up. Do I have to uninstall any software or files from my previous DSL modem/router before installing my new cable router?
I bought a Netgear N600 wireless adapter (WNDA3100).I used wired before mostly without problems but was annoyed by the cables.My router is a Netgear WNDR3300 and I never had problems with it.The problem is that sometimes my wireless adapter just stops working and drops the connection.I use it since a few days, and it already happened several times.It happened especially when I was streaming videos to my PS3 (my PS3 is also wireless). It also happened while I was watching Youtube videos. When this happens, I need to unplug the adapter and plug it again. Sometimes, I need to restart the whole computer for my adapter to work again.Is this normal with USB wireless adapters? This is unacceptable to me.I want a stable connection.
I have internet through my cable company and currently use their wireless netgear router. I purchased a Netgear Router N600 but it does not have a port for the cable connection. Can you recommend the correct wireless router
I got a new Netgear N600 Router and installed. Everything works fine, except my PC, which is using a Belkin F5D8055 V2 USB adapter. My upload speeds are less than 1Mbps, while on my net book, ipad, and iphone they are 5Mbps+. I can not firgue out how to fix this. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium, SP1. My PC has an I7-920, 18GB RAM, and 2x Radeon 5870.
I have a Netgear N600 (WNDR3400) router, it supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks.My laptop is a Thinkpad T410s with a 11b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter II.i have enabled both of the wireless networks on the router, and given them different SSIDs. I have updated my wireless drivers to the absolute newest ones. My issue is that my laptop cannot even see the 5 GHz SSID. I was under the impression that any N enabled device would be able to communicate on the 5 GHz network.
I just bought a new netgear n600 now it seems all my devises are slower. 2 Xbox 360s 2 laptops. 1 pc also on my dell d610 now when i try to watch any video the internet stops working. we use google chrome. I am pretty sure its the router. we use mediacom for internet and get at least 20 mbs. oh and the slowest xbox is run with a ethernet cable so its not a wifi issue with that one.
I recently put in a Netgear firewall, configured it, its running no problem. Then I setup a new Netgear N600 wireless router, configured it, gave it a static IP, connected to it, works like a charm. Thing is, when I try to access the web gui I receive nothing.. Is the Netgear firewall taking priority or something? I went directly connected to the netgear wifi router and double checked to make sure that there was no settings restricting administration from wifi users, etc..
I have my internet hooked up to a DSL Modem and a Wireless Router. But I had configured the Wireless Router wrong that I couldn't connect to it using a WiFi. I was going to reconfigure it but the Netgear Router was outdated that their reconfiguring URL no longer existed. So I went out and got a *NEW* Netgear Router. Prior to the *NEW* Router I had a Laptop and a PC connected via DSL Cable connected in the Wireless Router. Now with the *NEW* Router I had just purchased I connected everything just like I had done with my previous Router. Wireless Connect works great but I can't connected using the DSL Cable connection. It does not respond. I tried connecting the cables to different ports but it didn't work. My PC mainly needs the wired connection cuz it's where I play my Online games. I tried playing with my Wireless connect but it lags very bad. How to get the wired connections to work? Netgear N600 Wireless and Dual Band Router
I got new internet last Thursday. It is fiber optic through VTX1. I am running windows 7. I can connect to the internet just fine directly but when I try the netgear it tells me No Internet Connection. When I go through the setup process it tells me No Ethernet Cable is Plugged Into The Router Internet Port. When I hook up my very old Cisco router the internet and Wi-fi work just fine. I have updated the drivers and have windows firewall off. This is it plugged directly in:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersKellan>ipconfig/all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Kellan-PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
I am having trouble setting up my Netgear N600 dual band wireless router as a repeater to my Lynksys EA2700 (main wireless router).
I am doing this because the main wireless router is in the "Man Cave," as I am a girl- I call it simply "The Cave." Anyway, the range on the N600 is supposed to be great. But from where it sits to where I sit and use my laptop or tabel is about 250 feet and goes through about 5 platered walls- so super thick.
I bought a netgear n600 wnda3100vs wifi adapter for my desktop.I installed it and everything. Now when I try to connect, it finds my router, but for some reason it will not connect. My router is a 2wire that runs on 802.11g[CODE]
I have cable broadband internet. My internet modem is a Ubee D3.0. It is connected to my Netgear N600 Wifi router which have my computer and DirecTV hooked up to it via ethernet. My wifi went down the other day. Devices were connected, but were not getting any internet service. In troubleshooting, I attempted to dial in to the router using www.routerlogin.net as well as 192.168.0.1, and I could not get into the router. I assumed the router must have crashed, and I only purchased it a month ago, so I took it back to the store and exchanged it for a new one. I got home and plugged it in, still not working. I can't access it using the above mentioned methods, and the setup software does not detect a router present. I unplugged the router and hooked the computer up directly to the internet modem. Still no luck. The computer does show a network connection in the system tray, but with no internet. I plugged my laptop in to the internet modem, and I am able to get internet just fine from my laptop. I even did a system restore to a restore point last week when I know the internet was working. No luck.