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Items tagged with: NETGEAR

NETGEAR, Entropic announce MoCA to Ethernet bridge for consumer purchase

Entropic Communications and NETGEAR today announced what they say is the "industry’s first" home networking MoCA-certified, Ethernet-to-coax bridge kit.

Netgear GS724TR 24 Port Gigabit Smart Switch with Static Routing Reviewed

Netgear GS724TR ReviewedNetgear's GS724TR stretches the definition of "smart" switch with the addition of inter-VLAN routing.

Pushing the NAS Envelope: Netgear ReadyNAS Pro Reviewed

Pushing the NAS Envelope: Netgear ReadyNAS Pro ReviewedNETGEAR's ReadyNAS Pro is the most expensive small-business NAS. But is it the fastest?

New to the Charts: NETGEAR ReadyNAS Pro

New to the Charts: NETGEAR ReadyNAS ProNETGEAR's ReadyNAS Pro has been added to the NAS Charts.

NETGEAR WNR2000 Wireless-N Router Reviewed

NETGEAR WNR2000 Wireless-N Router ReviewedNETGEAR latest entry-level draft 11n router is a fast little wired router. But not so much for its wireless side.

NETGEAR kicks loose Six-Bay SMB NASes

NETGEAR ReadyNAS Pro BusinessNETGEAR today officially announced its six-bay ReadyNAS Pro Business desktop NAS line, targeted at small to medium business buyers.

NETGEAR Buying CP Secure

NETGEAR yesterday announced that it is acquiring privately-held CP Secure, Inc.

Netgear releases draft 11n 5GHz upgrade kit

NETGEAR today announced a new kit that adds 5 GHz draft 802.11n capability to existing wireless or wired routers.

Cheap, But Not Worth It: NETGEAR WNDR3300 RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Router Reviewed

Cheap, but not worth it: NETGEAR WNDR3300 RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Router ReviewedNetgear tries a different approach to making an inexpensive dual-band dual-radio draft 11n router. But ends up with only an decent, but expensive 11b/g product.

Netgear announces new wireless router designed for open source firmware

Netgear WGR614L Open Source Wireless-G RouterNetgear today announced an 802.11g wireless router specifically designed for open source firmware.

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So I upgraded(?) from my not so trusty RT-N66U to a shiny new RT-AC86U in the hope of getting a little more wi-fi range. Unfortunately I occasionally ...
Hi there,I am planning to use a spare unused ac68u as a switch. Could you guys please recommend the best way. Set it as an AP with disabled WiFi, or a...
I need 8 lan port for my home network because i got 3 sony android tv each connect to a lan port, 1 raspberry pi connect to a lan port (work as a nas ...
I was trying to figure out if I could install the Amateur Radio AMPRNET rip44d on a ASUS RT-AC-5300. I would be following the guidelines for OpenWRT: ...

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