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NETGEAR WNR3500L N300 Open-Source Gigabit WiFi Router (WNR3500Lv2), 128MB NAND and 128MB RAM, 480 MHz MIPS 74K Processor

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Description

  • Popular Linux Firmware DDWRT,Open WRT and Tomato available Open source community website
  • Live Parental ControlsKeep your Internet experience safeblock inappropriate Web sites, ReadySHARE share USB storage, NETGEAR genie AppEasy dashboard control to manage, monitor and repair home networks
  • 480 MHz powerful MIPS 74K processor.Number of Ethernet Ports: Five (5) 10/100/1000 (1 WAN and 4 LAN) Gigabit Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology
  • 128 MB NAND flash and 128 MB RAM.WiFi Range: Small to medium homes
  • WiFi Band : 2.4 GHz.Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Firefox 2.0 or Safari 1.4 or higher. WiFi Performance:N300 (300 Mbps)

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Customer Reviews

Great router for the price but be aware of the factory default QoS setting for WMM I would have given the NetGear WNR3500Lv2 a five star rating if it weren't for the fact that my son and I spent two hours trying to figure out why the Wi-Fi download speed was less than 1 Mb/sec and yet the upload speed was 6 Mb/sec (normal). LAN download speed through the router was a normal 27 to 30 Mb/sec. The signal strength was excellent so we knew that wasn't the issue (and that wouldn't affect just the download speed anyway). We finally found the culprit! The factory default setting for what is called "Enable WMM (Wi-Fi multimedia) settings" was enabled. To disable this setting log into the router in the usual way and click on "Advanced" > "Setup" > "QoS Setup" then uncheck the box next to "Enable WMM (Wi-Fi multimedia) settings". NetGear should not have set this as a enabled by default or at least made the customer aware of this being a cause of extremely slow download speeds.We did not install Tomato firmware due to several forum complaints of this router getting "bricked" after installing Tomato but did upgrade the NetGear firmware to V1.2.0.32_40.0.74.So far its working great and produces very little heat which is a good thing for longevity of component life. 4Works Great! I bought a Docsis 3.1 Cable Modem NetGear CM1000, this NETGEAR WNR3500L N300 Open-Source Gigabit WiFi Router (WNR3500Lv2) and a AmazonBasics RJ45 Cat-6 Ethernet Patch Cable - 5 Feet. (This Router comes with one of the two RJ45 cables I needed.) My Modem alone could get 120 Mb(its)ps download speed. With my six year old router I was only getting 90 Mbps download speed. With this new router I was getting the full 120 Mbps download speed. Once I figured out my Default Gateway (192.168.1.1, see any number of YouTube Videos) I set up my all-important Router password and Wifi password quite easily. You can turn Wifi On and Off by typing Wifi in the Windows 10 search box. 5Seems good so far...but setup is a mess NETGEAR WNR3500L N300 Open-Source Gigabit WiFi Router (WNR3500Lv2), 128MB NAND and 128MB RAM, 480 MHz MIPS 74K ProcessorI got this because I suspected that my previous router (EnGenius 1221N) was not well designed to handle VOIP. For one thing, its QoS was very rudimentary, and did not allow giving VOIP priority over other traffic.Now that I have this WNR 3500L installed, so far things are working great. It has very good firmware features for a stock router. I won't need to flash it with DD-WRT or anything, as it has all I need. (For my situation, as my VOIP ATA was on LAN port 4, I just set that port as highest priority, with all other ports left on the default normal, and I was done). My VOIP so far has gone from being unusable to being quite usable.Disclaimer: I've only been using it for a few days./Although WPS is known to be a weak wireless security method, this firmware is designed as secure as that method can get, because you can set WPS to be activated by pushbutton only (meaning the "window" that a hacker has to try to capture your PIN is only two minutes wide), and you can further set a maximum number of log-on attempts, after which the router will shut out further attempts, and will have to be shut down and rebooted before it will accept any more.You can also disable WPS entirely and force the router to accept only the entry of the full WPA-PSK key./I haven't tested the USB share function. There's no obvious way to make it work on Linux (Ubuntu 14.x)./No comment on the wireless. It works, but I don't use it much, so can't say how it performs./Router setup is the only negative I see so far, but it's a big one. Maybe it's because I'm using Linux and Firefox with NoScript, but it was one long series of web pages failing to load (even after giving permissions in NoScript), then, after finally getting into the router firmware, finding that the router power light was blinking, indicating firmware was corrupted. Updating firmware would stall, requiring closing the browser, factory resetting the router, and trying something different. After a day's work, I finally found that, when asked to choose whether the router was going to be used as an access point (default) or a router only, that I had to select the non-default 'router' option. Problem was, I didn't know the difference (and the setup wizard wasn't telling me). I later learned that an access point is a router that's being used not as the interface to the internet, but as a branch of your network, behind the main internet-interfacing router. (Why would 'access point' be the default option?!)./As noted by others, another problem is that a default setting in firmware is WMM. For most people, having this on reduces your internet speed drastically. You'll probably have to turn it off./Pros: Good as a fairly low cost and effective router for home use, and one that plays nice with VOIP.Well featured stock firmware.Reasonable cost.Seems to be quite secure./Cons: Difficult setup, with a couple of default options that are likely to be very problematical. 4DD-WRT capable Great range that can get even better with a somewhat easy antenna upgrade. Great range that can get even better with a somewhat easy antenna upgrade. DD-WRT capable makes it an automatic 3 stars, but the WiFi range, flexibility and value make it a 5 star in my opinion. The base is practically useless but still works well laying on its side. If you can find these for under $15 and you need a decent Wifi Router that is DD-WRT capable, this is a winner. Works great in Client/Bridge configurations for when its challenging the run a hard wired connection to a room. Be sure to check your routers chips match up for best results (or just pick up 2 of these). 5Used Listings Likely Only a "v1" (not the "v2" listed), But Good Router This is great router for the price. Mine is running Shibby Tomato. However, BEWARE if you are considering a used router that many of the sellers are mistakenly listing a "v2" version of the router (128MB flash--what this listing is for) when their actual product is a "v1" (8MB flash). I have bought 3 of these used from Amazon from different sellers and all 3 were actually the "v1". The front and sides of the devices are identical, so it is an easy mistake, but the rear of the devices make it clear (see the image below). This makes a big difference, since there are far fewer current versions of the firmware that fit in 8MB, so you might have to use older firmware, which can have more known vulnerabilities, or use stripped down firmware with less functionality. 5A dumpster fire of horribleness If you want a router that likes to randomly disconnect from every device you own, this is the router for you! If you want a router that is likely to brick itself when you attempt to update it, this is the router for you! If you want a router that pretends that it's working when it's actually not, this is the router for you!There is seriously something wrong with these routers. I've had 2 of them now. The first one bricked itself on an update. I assumed it was my fault and bit the bullet by buying a new one. Now, I no longer hold that assumption.This router is practically useless. First off, as others have mentioned, you have to change a setting just to get it to work out of the box.However, you're then subjected to the utter horrible quality of the router itself. It's apparently unable to keep a stable connection. Every few minutes, every device I own disconnects from the wifi. Again, I assumed this was an issue at the modem, but then I realized during the intermittent drops of signal, my wired devices had no issue at all.This signal drop was infrequent at first. Now, it happens every few minutes and remains dead for up to 5 minutes at a time. Again, I checked my wired devices and they're just fine. The router itself doesn't indicate a problem, just that everything that isn't wired has disconnected.Avoid this router at all costs. It'll save you a huge headache either immediately or in the near future. 1Didn't work Had Comcast come out to address issues with my internet. Turned out their splitter failed, so when they repaired it, I had them put in a new modem. Turned out that after they left, I learned my speed was .8m. Comcast reset it remotely - it went down to .4. 45 minutes with customer service and they wanted me to disconnect. They finally sent out a tech. He confirmed my speed was dial up speed....and should have been in the 150 range. When they tried the old router, they discovered the issue was this router. While there were many reviews that explained how to uncheck a box, the tech and I never figured it out - no worries as I returned it. Two Comcast house calls and I now have connectivity and Amazon has my return already credited. Skip this one and find one that connects. 1It doesn't work, twice! Just stay away from this unit. I was told to get this unit by Vonage when setting up a new work phone that was having difficlties communicating with my old router (which otherwise works just fine). Setup was as you'd typically expect, easy. When hardwired to the computer via ethernet my speed was blazing. However, as soon as the ethernet cord was removed to go wireless, the speed disappeared, going back to the days of dial up. I called Netgear to address the issue. After 2 hours on the phone they said the router was defective and to return it for a new one. I did. Second one same issue, same 2 hours on the phone with Netgear. Save your time and aggravation, and go with a different router and brand. 1Good router, mediocre server Bought this to get the full speed out of my cable internet connection. The old router I was using had no gigabit ethernet ports. Never had a problem with Netgear products, so far so good. The only nit to pick is with the built-in NAS server. You can attach a external disc drive to the USB port and access it from all computers on your LAN via SMB, however this feature is quite slow. I did some tests, and was able to copy a 1gb file in 20 seconds with the drive connected to another computer versus about 2 minutes with the same drive connected to the USB port of the router. Still this feature is useful for what it was designed for, providing an easy way to make files available to everyone on the network. You can also share files to the internet via FTP (efficient but no security) or HTTPS (somewhat slower), however it doesn't seem possible to configure FTP in a way that would allow uploading to the network volume (even over the LAN). Netgear may have disabled write access for security reasons, I don't know. Still, in spite of these limitations, a very good router. If you need a faster network server, buy a dedicated NAS hard drive or set up an older spare computer as a file server. 4Works Great with Adavanced Tomato Firmware I bought this router because I wanted to try out the Advanced Tomato Firmware and install the NordVPN. When I first received the router, I follow NETGEAR s instructions, but the router would automatically change its ip-address to 10.0.0.1. It also couldn t be configured as a router. But also, no matter which configuration I ran, it wouldn t connect to the internet. I tried three times, resetting the router each time and following NETGEAR s instructions, but to no avail.I had already downloaded the tomato firmware to my computer a day before, so instead of playing around trying to get the router to work with Netgear s settings, I disconnected the WAN cable or internet cable, ran some basic setup just to get into the router s settings and flashed it with the advance tomato firmware. After the firmware was installed, I restarted the router, reset the NVRAM to ensure any previous firmware configurations were cleared, entered my personal information, performed a few configurations and had it running in no time.I connected it to the internet and got 111Mbps upload and 117Mbps download using ATT fiber optic internet service. I did some other firmware configuration and installed the NordVPN service. Having the VPN installed on a router provides the advantage of protecting every device connected to the router, even wireless devices. I have experienced issues connecting to some sites through the VPN, so I left the ATT Gateway s wireless radio on to connect to those websites by bypassing the VPN.I know a few reviewers mentioned about their router being bricked when installing the tomato firmware. I didn t experience that issue, but one must make sure to get the right firmware before proceeding to flash the router, including making sure to get the right firmware version. For example, the model number for my router is WNR3500Lv2, so when looking for the tomato firmware one must make sure to download the firmware version V2 and not V1 or some other version.Anyway, so far, the router has worked without any issues. For $45.00US, free tomato firmware and a VPN service provider installed within the system, you can have a very secured internet experience and connection. I m still learning about the tomato firmware settings and configurations, but for what I can see, it s a decent firmware and worth its installation.8/14/2018: Just wanted to provide some updated information. I replaced NordVPN with IPVanish, mainly because some sites, including Amazon, won t work with NordVPN Ipvanish does cost more. For clarity; there are a few tomato firmware, the one I used and recommend is tomato firmware advance. You can access it here advancedtomato.com, just add the www on the front. I recommend setting up a separate WIFI guest network for safety purposes it s simple to do and very cool feature. I also recommend a weekly or monthly automatic restart schedule, this will clear any memory issues and ensure the router run at its peak. 5
NETGEAR WNR3500L N300 Open-Source Gigabit WiFi Router (WNR3500Lv2), 128MB NAND and 128MB RAM, 480 MHz MIPS 74K Processor

NETGEAR WNR3500L N300 Open-Source Gigabit WiFi Router (WNR3500Lv2), 128MB NAND and 128MB RAM, 480 MHz MIPS 74K Processor

3.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 3,058.00
Sale price
HK$ 3,058.00
Regular price
HK$ 5,054.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 1,996.00)