Excerpt: In our house, the ADSL router (through phone line) is an important part of the "media" goodness. I love to play game on my PC and my wife insists on using the laptop at the same time for surfing the net.
Summary: Make sure from your ISP before you buy a ADSL modem if your connection is ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ (Older technology) or VDSL/VDSL2 (New technology). This is dependent on the connection they ran to your house and and not city / ISP. ADSL and VDSL are NOT compatible with each other.
Summary: This is a backup Modem/Router for me and I find this Netgear DGND3300 works very good. I have put it in line for over two weeks and it worked very well. I use a ZyXEL PK5000Z and from what I see they are very close in all functions. Great for Wireless operations.
Summary: I recently bought this product due to the laziness of my ISP (Internet Service Provider). I am currently with At&t, whom provides great service, but they insist on sending me the same thing after countless calls due to its lack of wireless support.
Summary: DIFFICULT TO INSTALL The installation software ('Netgear Genie') did not work. The software was extraordinarily slow (5 minutes just to come up with the suggestion that the location might be NZ!
Summary: I initially bought this product because I was planning on switching to DSL. However, after I purchased this Gateway I realized DSL was not offered in my area so I was not able to see it function in it's entirety.
Summary: So far so good. The signal strength seems a little weak, but is better than what I had. Very easy to set up. I don't particularly care for the big blue light on the side, which can be distracting at times. Overall, a good product.
Summary: works great on same the same floor in the house.Signal was weak when at far corners of the house on a different floor. Over all have had no problems at all unit works great and my house is now wifi happy