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NETGEAR FVX538 ProSafe VPN Firewall 200 Review: Strong Promise, Disappointing Performance

NETGEAR FVX538 ProSafe VPN Firewall 200This 200 IPsec tunnel VPN dual WAN router has strong hardware, but lacks firmware to make the best use of it.

8 Port Gigabit Switch Roundup

8 Port Gigabit Switch RoundupThere are many reasons to choose one gigabit switch over another. But performance isn't one of them.

Netgear WNR834B RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router Review

Netgear RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router ReviewNetgear's entry-level draft 11n wireless router doesn't include gigabit Ethernet. But it does have something that many people have been waiting for.

Netgear FVS124G Review: Dual WAN, Gigabit LAN, 25 VPN tunnels

Netgear FVS124GThis dual-WAN IPsec endpoint router was ahead of its time with its gigabit LAN switch. But it could use more juice to support all its IPsec tunnels.

Netgear WNR854T RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router - Gigabit Edition Review

Netgear WNR854TNetgear's entry into the 11n Draft 2.0 sweepstakes dazzles with high throughput, but fails to follow through with features and neighbor friendliness.

Update2: D-Link, Netgear, Linksys, others get Wi-Fi N Certification

Update2

D-Link and Netgear today announced the first products to receive draft 2.0 802.11n certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance.

D-Link's DIR-655 Xtreme N Router and DWA-652 Notebook Adapter and Netgear's RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router – Gigabit Edition (WNR854T) and RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router (WNR834B) passed the Alliance's Certification test suite.

Products from other companies, including Linksys and Intel also have received the Wi-Fi Draft 2.0 certification. The official list can be found here.

According to the D-Link release, certification "guarantees interoperability among 11n products, adherence to security protocol and backward compatibility with previous generations of Wi-Fi gear, including popular 802.11g products".

The products will all be able to display the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 802.11n draft 2.0 logo.

Netgear and Ubiquisys Team to Develop Femtocell Home Gateway

Netgear and Ubiquisys Ltd., a developer of intelligent 3G femtocell access points for the residential market, today announced their collaboration to deliver a comprehensive residential gateway with integrated DSL modem, Wi-Fi, VoIP and 3G femtocell technology.

The Ubiquisys ZoneGate femtocell is a plug-and-play 3G access point that uses a mobile subscriber's DSL connection to transport voice and data calls to the core network using a range of standards-based interfaces. This embedded capability is aimed at providing mobile operators with the means to interact with home networks via 3G broadband networks.

It is anticipated that the NETGEAR gateway integrating Ubiquisys' femtocell technology will be available for operator testing by Q4 2007, with commercial availability slated for early 2008.

Netgear intros 2-in-1 Powerline Network Extender

Netgear today announced a power adapter with built-in HomePlug 1.0 network interface.

The XEPS103 Space-Saving Powerline Network Extender replaces a router's existing 12V / 1A power adapter and supplies both power to the router or gateway and an 85 Mbps HomePlug 1.0 network connection. The Extender reduces clutter by requiring only one plug to supply both power and a network extension.

Jumped the gun on Netgear 11n Draft 2.0

Come to find out that the news item we posted the other day about Netgear releasing 802.11n Draft 2.0 firmware was a bit premature.

The firmware for the WNR854T router, which is based on Marvell silicon, is the only draft 2.0 upgrade posted. The upgrade for the matching WN511T Cardbus card is still in verification. According to Netgear, it won't be released for "a couple of weeks".

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