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|rlh||4:49am on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010|
|The most important part of any tech is the setup. I was able to get my router up and running in less than ten minutes. i use it for my computer Easy To Set Up,Fast,Highly Compatible,Secure,Small|
|David983es||7:26am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|Good product for price! Just bought one of these at Wal-Mart on Friday March 19 for $39. Took 20 minutes total to install and configure. Have to reset every single day The router has to be reset every day. It will drop connections from computers and will refuse new connections.|
|cwongcpa||7:39pm on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|I bought this router for a client using Cox Cable. This is hard to setup when there is an existing computer because. I have been working with wireless devices for over 7 years. Some of which were designed by some of our top engineers, before the introduction of 802. I have very good experience with Netgear MR814 for over 5 years. So when the MR814 started to misbehave for unknown reason.|
|extempore||3:25am on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|"Works great no problem. The only problem in set up was that I could not connect to the internet. "Not much to say other than after sitting in front of my computer for over an hour, and running through the entire setup 3 times.|
|DaveBrown||8:22pm on Saturday, April 17th, 2010|
|"Had it less than a year and it starts with intermittent connectivity. Now it is refusing to keep anyone connected for long at all. "I have owned this router for about two years and it no longer works and was given no warning of this.|
|Jdon||8:32pm on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010|
|Very basic router. I bought it I think in 2005 and had connection problems from the very beginning. For what could be an excellent bang-for-the-buck router, it comes up short because Netgear is simply being a few minor parts too d*** cheap.|
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ReleaseNotes_3300Series_V22.214.171.124 Release.txt Release Notes: * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Version : Vig or3300V V126.96.36.199 RC 2/Release 1.[#5810] Vig or 3300V NA T ad d ress m ap p in g b u g f or P P P oE m od e. 2.F ix SI P u se in terc all w h ile Netw ork f ailed issu e F ix SI P c an n ot u se in terc all w h ile SI P u sin g ou tb ou n d p roxy to m ak e c all. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Version : Vig or3300V V188.8.131.52 RC 1 [New f eatu res] 1. A d d B y p ass(Norm al M od e) F A X m od e.(#4456) T h e orig in al "B y p ass f ax m od e" c h an g e to B y p ass P rop rietary F A X m od e. T h is m od e on ly f or 2 V3300V u sin g. 2. A d d u ser c an c h an g e U ser-A g en t Nam e F u n c tion. T h is f u n c tion c an let u ser c h an g e U ser-A g en t Nam e at V3300V, d ef au lt valu e is "D ray tek V3300V-1.0.0". 3. A d d C all w ith ou t Reg istration F u n c tion.(#3213) I t w ill n ot sen t RE G I ST E R req u est w h ile "C all w ith ou t Reg istration " is set in p er p ort settin g. 4. M od if y resp on se f or SI P NO T I F Y.(#3373) M od if y resp on se w ith 200 O K w h en rec eive SI P NO T I F Y. 5. M od if y P orlan d C allerI D.(#3233) M od if y P orlan d C allerI D T y p e D T M F to E T SI. 6. A d d lin e reversal on b oth m od e.(#4548) I t c an d o L in e Reversal b oth c allee on h ook an d c allee an sw er m od e. 7. A d d C all W aitin g f eatu re. [F ixed issu es] 1.F ix d d os issu e, rou ter h ave low th rou g h p u t w h en attac k ed b y f lood in g , even en ab le d d os sy n f lood. (Rep orted f rom F A E F ran k ) 2.E n ab le m u ltip le w an an d 802.1q vlan , rou ter c an n ot reset b y w eb p ag e. (#4239) 3.F ix W A N D H C P issu e, f ail to g et ip f rom Netg ear W G R614v5 C ab le rou ter. (Rep orted f rom F A E Sop h ia) 4.F ix p 2p b loc k in g f ail u sin g F oxy. (Rep orted f rom F A E G areth ) 5.F ix p p p oe f ixed ip issu e in U K , rej ec t ou r f ixed ip an d g ive a d y n am ic on e. (#4831) 6.F ix static rou te b u g , w h en rou ter u n d er 3300 lan u sin g 2n d su b n et, th e h ost u n d er th e rou ter c an n ot reac h 3300'w W A N. (#4893) 7.F ix p 2p b loc k in g f ail u sin g M SN 8.1 in Vista. (Rep orted f rom F A E G areth ) 8.F ix d d n s issu e, f ail to u p d ate I P f or C h in a I SP red irec t ad vertisem en t p ag e. (Rep orted f rom F A E F ran k ) 9.F ix u sin g p p p oa lin e w ith vig or100 b u g. (#5206) 10.F ix n at loop b ac k issu e, c lien t u n d er lan b u t n ot 3300's lan su b n et(u sin g static rou te to an oth er rou ter u n d er 3300's lan ) c an n ot ac c ess server u n d er 3300 u sin g p ort red irec tion. (Rep orted f rom F A E G areth ) 11.F ix p ort red irec tion issu e, set a ru le to a h ost, th e sou rc e p ort of th e h ost b e c h an g ed th rou g h n at. (Rep orted f rom F A E K evin ) 12.F ix ip sec c rash , d ial f rom h ost to lan c lien t m ore th an 12 u sin g vp n tool SSH Sen tin el. (T ic k et#: 2007053010000448) 13.SI P u se in terc all w h ile Netw ork f ailed. W h en Netw ork f ailed , SI P u sin g extra sp eed d ial to m ak e c all in stead of u sin g P roxy Server.
BUYING A WIRELESS ROUTER
Jim McKnight www.jimopi.net RouterBuy.lwp revised 6-17-2010
I recently went Router shopping. As do most people, I wanted a router that would extend my wireless throughout the entire house if possible. If necessary, I was willing to play with various external antennas and antenna hacks to directionally enhance the signal, but I wanted a quality router signal to start with. Here is what I learned: 1) First of all, I was unable to find any reviews or comparisons on the web regarding router performance over distance (long-range) or signal strength (radio signal). Yes, Wireless uses a radio signal and the radio's signal strength is shown by the little bars or the "%" value in your PC's Wireless Utility whe it detects a nearby router. 2) I found that a higher price on a router does not insure better signal strength. My cheapy old Netgear Router (WGR614 v5) has much better signal strength across my house than the newer higher priced Models that I tested. (Netgear, D-Link, Linksys, and others). 3) Without good radio signal strength, all the digital technology in the world will not make a router perform at a distance, no matter what it says on the box. You need a good signal to connect. After that, better technology can improve speed and performance. The better speed promised by 802.11n is only good if theres a decent signal level reaching your PC to begin with. 4) The signal on the new 5.0 GHz band that is added to many new high-end "Dual-band" Routers does not travel as far through walls as does the signal of the regular 2.4 GHz band that 802.11g/n currently uses. Even though the 5.0 GHz band is less prone to interference, I would not choose it for long range. A waste of money. 5) Some routers come with their antennas mounted either internally or permanently affixed to the outside of the router so there is no way to connect an external antenna. Netgear for example, does not seem to have even one model that has a removable antenna. If a router does have a removable antenna, then you can connect an aftermarket antenna to improve signal strength. Some antennas are directional and some have a long cable to you can mount it high. 6) If you do buy an external high gain antenna to extend the range of your router, be aware that the connector may not fit on your router. There are several different antenna connector types. RP-SMA, RP-TNC, MMCX, and MC-Card. See the following link for photos to help identify most of these connectors: http://wireless.gumph.org/content/3/7/011-cable-connectors.html 7) Routers usually use either the RP-SMA or RP-TNC style connector. The antenna's connector must exactly match your Router's. I found that some antennas do come with an adapter that will allow it to work with the two most common Router antenna connectors. 8) As an old radio technician, I suspect that most the external Wi-Fi antennas currently available on the market are optimized for the 2.4 GHz band and not the 5.0 GHz band, even though the specs may say they will work on both. Another reason to stay on the 2.4 GHz band. 9) If you have a wireless router that does not quite give a strong enough signal, try the trick at these links: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1009569/how_to_double_your_wifi_signal_easy_and_free/ and at: http://www.freeantennas.com/projects/template2/index.html 10) Personally, I ended up buying a Hawking Technology Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router that has the availability of several Hi-Gain external antenna solutions. It is the only router that gave me better signal strength than my old Netgear. Note: While shopping, I returned a both a D-Link DIR-825 and a Netgear WGT624, before finding the Hawking unit. Both had terrible signal strength across my house. 11) NOTE: Also check out the EnGenius 600mW 802.11bg ECB3500 Wireless Router. **Always check for the latest version of this document at: www.jimopi.net
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