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Netgear Super G WGT624 Wireless Router - IEEE 802.11b/g - 1 x Antenna - ISM Band - 13.50 MBps Wireless Speed - 4 x Network Port - 1 x Broadband Port. NETGEAR's 108 Mbps Wireless Router (WGT624) is super-fast, up to 10x faster than 802.11b routers. Use it with NETGEAR's 108 Mbps Wireless PC Card (WG511T), PCI Adapter (WG311T), or USB 2.0 Adapter (WG111T) and you'll get blazing-fast transfer speeds at long range, even for your beefy digital images, videos, and MP3s. With a double firewall (NAT + SPI), and over ten important security and privacy features, the WGT624 is super-secure. Yet, the set-up's super-easy, NETGEAR's Smart Wizard technology gives you the shortest-possible route to Internet access, online gaming, parental controls, and simplified upgrades and management. You'll be up and running in minutes NETGEAR's 108 Mbps Wireless Router is super-slick, too, its sleek, award-winning design will be a welcome addition to your home.
NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router - 606449030020
$40.00 - $139.00
pros: Easy to setup, use, and maintain. A solid buy.
Very functional router Netgear makes a good WGT624
When my company supplied me with a laptop with a wireless card, I decided to upgrade from a Netgear... See Full Review
pros: Similar to older netgear model installation menu/process, so should make for an easy upgrade path.
cons: None that I could find - though I only performed the install.
Setup was easy since I have past Netgear router experience.
A neighbor of mine needed help configuring his wireless network so he called me to ask if I could wa... See Full Review
pros: Stylish, fast
cons: Firmware upgrade required to obtain stable performance.
Netgear WGT624V3 router
It works most of the time with no problems. When it acts up(every couple of days, then rebooting the... See Full Review
pros: Easy set up with CD.
I had trouble selecting a wireless router. I was at all sorts of sites looking for help and recoms.... See Full Review
pros: When it worked, I could get on the internet from my laptop.
cons: Lengthy set-up Touchy set-up Connection unreliable
Isn't a "wireless router" supposed to provide wireless internet connection?
Fifty percent of the time, my wireless router functions at most as a fancy paperweight, and at least... See Full Review
pros: It looks sharp and sophisticated, and when it works well, it's great to have.
cons: Setup/software are too complicated, doesn't work all the time, technical support is an abomination.
And they get away with this?
Before purchasing this router, I had absolutely no clue what wireless internet was all about. I went... See Full Review
pros: Firmware upgrades easy and do fix stuff Connection rarely drops Good coverage/speed Supports UPnP
cons: Port forwarding doesnt work as preferred Cant use router without finishing initial setup wizard
Netgear is the best router company, hands down
I have used a Linksys WRT54GC (which USPS lost in transit to Linksys for an RMA...thanks USPS) and a... See Full Review
cons: Bad connections, drops, needs reboot.
Don't go near it
I've had this since last November and it has given me nothing but grief. Needs to be unplugged at le... See Full Review
pros: Strong signal through three story brick house
cons: Not working
Worked OK for about 1 year, then.......
This router came new with a Dell computer package. Worked well for one year, although could never su... See Full Review
pros: It's affordably priced, easy to find on sale at the moment, and it looks cool.
cons: The router is not very stable, and you'll need a techie to configure it correctly.
A cheap but somewhat flaky wireless router
I bought this router for under $20 (shipped) from Woot a few weeks ago, and started having problems... See Full Review
|WLAN Standards||IEEE 802.11b|
|Antenna Type||Detachable Antenna x 1|
|Router Functionalities||VPN Pass-Thru|
|Built-In||4-port Built-In Hub|
|LAN Interfaces||10/100 Base-T|
|WAN Interfaces||1 x 10/100 Base-T|
|Standards and Protocols|
|Remote Management Protocol||HTTP|
|Routing Protocols||Static Routing|
|LAN Standards||IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD or Ethernet|
|Firewall / VPN|
|VPN Protocols||IPSec Pass-Thru|
|Firewall Features||Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)|
|802.11g Data Rates||108 Mbps, 54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 28 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps|
|WEP Encryption Length||40 bit (=64 bit)|
|802.11b Data Rates||11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps|
|Additional Features||Auto Crossover (MDI/MDI-X)|
|Release Date||September, 2003|