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The WNDR3300 uses 128-bit WEP encryption and features a built-in firewall.

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Pros

cheaper than most wireless N models, and even some G models

4 agree

QoS Support - for packet prioritization

3 agree

support for popular open source firmwares like DD-WRT

3 agree

affordable at the reduced prices that can be found

3 agree

Wireless N support

2 agree

stable with DD-WRT

2 agree

blue dome light can be disabled with custom firmware

2 agree

Just press on the blue light and it will turn off!

2 agree

Push to Connect feature makes it easy to connect devices without having to remember a network key

1 agrees
  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

Weak signal strength on the wireless N band - somewhat restricted throughput and range

3 agree

no gigabit Ethernet

3 agree

poor customer service

3 agree

A hassle to set WDS up right on it

3 agree

bright blue dome light - can't be turned off with the router's default firmware

3 agree

Not true dual bandwidth, sets two different networks and connected devices can't see those on other network

2 agree
  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Netgear WNDR3300 is a dual-band wireless broadband router, which allows users to share a broadband (Cable, DSL) connection across their home or small business network. The WNDR3300 uses 128-bit WEP encryption and features a built-in firewall. For added security, Netgear boasts that the WNDR3300 also features a double firewall. This router also takes advantage of dual-band wireless technology, reducing interference. The WNDR3300 is a Wireless-N router, but is also compatible with Wireless-G and –B technologies. The Netgear WNDR3300 was released April 2008, and retails for $100.

Features
  • 802.11n Wireless Technology
  • 128-bit WEP Encryption
  • Built-in Double Firewall
  • One-button wireless configuration
  • Dual-band technology provides less interference
  • Surfing, voice, and video gaming QoS Support
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