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NETGEAR WNR3500L-100NAS Wireless-N Router Reviews

princeamd

NETGEAR WNR3500L-100NAS 802.11b/g/n RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit router up to 300Mbps/ DD-WRT Open Source support/ USB x1

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Pros: 480Mhz processor, 64mb ram, 8gb flash, 32kb nvram

Cons: impossible to have external antenna

Back in 2012 I bought 6 of these sold 4 of them like 2 days after, kept the other 2 to do development work on tomato firmware, this router is a MONSTER, I had the ASUS RT-N16 before, but it died within a year, this netgear router is strong and cheap, and has the same hardware as the Asus, except the external antenna, I know this router is old, but I it still one of the best routers you can get for the money!
Nemesis158

Experience the WNR3500L-100NAS

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Pros: Open Source Firmwares available. strong wireless connection quality. great value

Cons: NAS Device support is spotty. not N600. channels must be set manually for each device when in repeater mode

The WNR3500L-100NAS Router is a great start to any home wireless network. It is an incredible value at $70 for the performance it offers out of the box. I received my first WNR3500L-100NAS through the FCC's Samknows Broadband Test program. The first people to sign up for this program got one of these routers with a special firmware that tests your broadband connection performance, for free. Anyone can join this program, but you must purchase the modified box from the SamKnows website. After plugging the Router in behind our DSL Modem/router, my family noticed an immediate improvement in wireless signal quality for everything that we did. The WNR3500L is Also IPv6 Compatible, and when...
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