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netgear Logo NETGEAR NETGEAR N600 Dual Band Wireless N Router WNDR3400 Live Parental Controls; Automatic Quality of Service; 4 LAN Ethernet Ports

  • Live Parental Controls
  • Automatic Quality of Service
  • 4 LAN Ethernet Ports

The NetGear RangeMax WNDR3400 Dual Band Wireless N Router offers the high-performance wireless Internet access needed for demanding applications, such as streaming multimedia and multiplayer gaming. Dual band technology avoids interference, ensuring top speeds and the greatest range. The NetGear RangeMax WNDR3400 Dual Band Wireless N Router contains Smart Wizard CD with graphical installation guide.

Sours: https://www.microcenter.com/product/357104/netgear-n600-dual-band-wireless-n-router-wndr3400

AirStation™ HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Router 

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Buffalo’s AirStation HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Router features DD-WRT pre-installed with a breadth of powerful features not normally found in similar routers.. With simultaneous wireless operation on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, HighPower technology and powered by DD-WRT, the AirStation HighPower N600 Open Source DD-WRT offers exceptional range and performance at range.

AirStation HighPower N600 Open Source DD-WRT supports a great number of functionalities with simple setup and configuration. It offers advanced features and low-level device management, unlocking extensive capabilities and potential with increased network stability.

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open source dd-wrt routerOPEN SOURCE DD-WRT ROUTER

AirStation HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Router is a unique DD-WRT router powered by the leading open-source firmware, equipped with robust and high-performance features for custom configuration.

  • Intuitive interface helps you set up and connect in no time
  • Customizable advanced features allow to optimize wireless performance, security and routing options
  • Advanced features also include VPN endpoints, hot-spot sign in, VLAN and more

  • Open source DD-WRT pre-installed
  • Speeds up to 600 Mbps
  • Allows up to 4 simultaneous gigabit wired connections
  • HighPower technology offers outstanding range and coverage
  • Wireless security - AOSS/WPS support
  • Backward compatible with 802.11g/b/a devices
  • USB accessory ports
  • Configure as an Access Point or Wireless Bridge
  • Many DD-WRT capabilities such as OpenVPN, VLAN and full command-line root access, VPN passthrough, DNS caching, ability to create multiple SSIDs, Telnet and SSH root access and more

airstation highpower n600 gigabit wan and lanGIGABIT WAN & LAN

Maximize your wired network speed with gigabit Ethernet connections that keep your data moving at lightning speed.

  • Connect up to four network-enabled wired devices to your existing wireless network for high speed data streaming; easily add printers, gaming consoles, DVRs, HDTVs and more. AirStation HighPower N600 Open Source DD-WRT is perfect for adding multimedia and gaming devices like Xbox 360®, Sony PlayStation®3, DIRECTV® and DISHNetwork® DVRs, networkable TVs and more to your wireless network.
  • Move large files including HD movies, music, photos, backups, and other digital assets across the network at maximum speed
  • All network ports including LAN and WAN ports are gigabit

wireless securityWIRELESS SECURITY

AirStation HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Router offers the best security standards available, featuring multi-level wireless encryption options to prevent unauthorized access and protect your important data.

Buffalo's AirStation One-touch Secure System™ (AOSS) eliminates the complexity, creating and maintaining the most secure wireless connection between devices possible, all with the simple push of a button. Within minutes, and in five "behind-the-scenes" steps, your AOSS enabled wireless clients and other devices will establish a secure connection with your Buffalo AirStation router.

dual bandDUAL BAND

Offering simultaneous wireless operation on both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, the AirStation HighPower N600 Open Source DD-WRT is perfect for streaming HD movies, music and emailing from multiple devices at the same time.

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highpower technologyHIGHPOWER TECHNOLOGY

Buffalo's unique HighPower technology uses high-quality, optimized antennas and on-board power amplifiers to notably boost signal strength, greatly extending wireless range to fill in unwanted holes, bringing a brand new norm to how your network functions and how you utilize this enhanced wireless coverage. Upgrade any existing network with greater range and performance than competing 802.11n solutions and enjoy your digital content with confidence.

backward compatibilityBACKWARD COMPATIBILITY

Easily upgrade your network from previous wireless standards, and maintain compatibility with existing adapters and devices. AirStation HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Router works with 11n, 11g, 11b and 11a, offering extreme performance and greater coverage.

wireless bridgeWIRELESS BRIDGE

Configure two or more AirStation HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Routers to act as a standalone wireless bridge. Create a permanent, high-speed wireless link capable of speeds up to 600 Mbps and wirelessly extend the range of your network.

 usb accessory portUSB 2.0 ACCESSORY PORT

AirStation HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Open Source DD-WRT Wireless Router is equipped with a USB 2.0 port to connect an external device, such as a printer or hard drive.  Connecting a USB hard drive to the USB 2.0 port turns the drive into a networked drive (NAS), allowing users to share data on computers and digital home electronics.  With an inexpensive USB flash drive connected, it is also easy to set up a low capacity home server - no difficult settings required.

                                             Usage Examples                                                                                                      Create a Simple NAS

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Buffalo AirStation Open Source DD-WRT Routers shipped after 3/1/2014 are factory pre-loaded with the open source version of DD-WRT. All development, firmware updates, technical and configuration support will be provided by DD-WRT and the DD-WRT community.


DD-WRT Tutorials


Wireless LAN Interface

Standards complianceIEEE 802.11n/a/g/b

Frequency range

2.4 GHz, 5 GHz simultaneous dual band
Wireless securityWPA2 (AES, TKIP), WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP), 128/64-bit WEP
Transmission methodDirect Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS), OFDM, MIMO

Wired LAN Interface

Standards complianceIEEE802.3/3u/3ab
Number of LAN ports4 x RJ-45, auto MDIX
Speed and flow control10/100/1000 Mbps (auto sensing)
Number of WAN ports1 x RJ-45, auto MDIX

USB Interface

Standards complianceUSB 2.0
Number of ports1
Data transfer rate480 Mbps

Environmental and Power

Power consumption13.2W max
Power supplyExternal AC 100-240V input, 12V DC output
Operating temperature32-104°F (0-40°C)
Operating humidity10-85% (non-condensing)


Dimensions6.5 x 6.2 x 1.4 in
Weight0.73 lb
Antenna (Tx x Rx)2 x 2, external
Setup utility OS supportWindows® 8 (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows Vista® (32-bit/64-bit)
Windows® XP
Max OS® X 10.4 - 10.7*
iOS 3 or later
Android 2.1 or later
Box contentsAirStation™ HighPower N600 Open Source DD-WRT Router
Ethernet cable
AC adapter
Screws for wall mounting
User CD
Setup card
Warranty statement

*AOSS support requires use of Buffalo Client Manager software which is only compatible with Windows® systems. Some initial setup utilities only work with Windows systems.




  File SizePost DateVersionOS SupportNotes
Download2018-26-03Pro v3.0 30356DD-WRT Firmware for the WZR-600DHP
Download2016-25-041.91This is the Buffalo firmware for the WZR-600DHP (non DD-WRT)




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N600 DB Wireless Dual-Band N+ Router

Advanced performance for video streaming and online gaming

Fastest N600 Router at Long Range vs. other leading brands*
- The Tolly Group

MultiBeam Technology

Belkin’s exclusive MultiBeam antenna technology gives you maximum throughput while minimizing dead spots for optimized video streaming from multiple devices, virtually anywhere in your home.

Dual-Band Speed

Get the fastest dual-band speeds for video streaming and online gaming—up to 300Mbps (2.4GHz) + 300Mbps (5GHz).

1 USB Port

Connect an external hard drive for easy sharing of photos and files, or connect a printer for wireless printing from any computer in your home.

Preset Security

WPS/WPA2 encryption standards and preset security settings get you up and running safely. One-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) securely connects multiple computers and devices with the push of a button.

Easy Setup

Get your secure wireless network up and running in minutes. Just three easy steps, and you’re you out of the box and onto the Web.

+4 Apps

Enhance your online activities with Belkin’s integrated apps: SELF-HEALING, VIDEO MOVER, PRINT ZONE and MEMORY SAFE™.

*Test measured average throughput within a home network when connected devices are placed at various distances from router. The Belkin router had the highest average throughput at measurements greater than 30 feet. Leading routers were determined by identifying the most commonly purchased routers that collectively accounted for a majority of router sales. The stated transmission rate is the physical data rate. Actual data throughput will be lower. Actual speed and distance will vary depending on interference, network traffic, building materials, and other environmental factors. Visit Belkin.com/router-speed for more information.

†The standard transmission rates—300Mbps (for 2.4GHz), 300Mbps (for 5GHz), 54Mbps, and 11Mbps—are the physical data rates. Actual data throughput will be lower and may depend on the mix of wireless products used.

Sours: https://www.belkin.com/ph/n600-db-wireless-dual-band-n-router/p/p-f9k1102/

NetGear N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400 review: NetGear N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400

The WNDR3400 offers all-around great wireless performance on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands with excellent range, especially on the 2.4GHz band. Apart from the lack of Gigabit Ethernet, the only other complaint we have is the network storage throughput speed, which is mediocre. However, this is common among routers with the same features.

If you're looking for a well-rounded wireless router for your home and don't want to spend much, the WNDR3400 is worth every penny.

Design and setup
The N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400 router looks much like a member of Netgear's RangeMax family of routers and access points. On top, right in the middle of the sleek black surface, it has a big, round blue button adorned with eight little LED lights that supposedly represent the directions in which the antennas are directed. Like most Netgear routers and access points, the WNDR3400 has an internal antenna design, making it more compact and tidier than routers with external antennas. This big blue button is also dubbed the Wi-Fi Protected Setup button. Press it and you will start a 2-minute window of time in which other WPS-enabled devices can enter the network.

On the back, the router has four LAN ports (for wired clients) and one WAN port (to be connected to an Internet source such as a broadband modem). These ports, unfortunately, are all regular 10/100Mbps Ethernet. Near the ports are the Wi-Fi on/off switch and a USB 2.0 port to host an external hard drive for the router's network storage feature.

On the front, the WNDR3400 has an array of LED lights that show the status of the network ports, the connection to the Internet, the USB port, and so on. The router has two detachable feet that enable it to work in the vertical position.

The router comes with a setup application called Netgear Genie that includes detailed step-by-step instructions. The instructions are so clear that we believe few would have trouble getting the router up and running. We were able to do so within 5 minutes, including the time spent getting the router out of the box. Note, however, this is an early version of Netgear Genie. During CES 2011, Netgear announced a much more advanced version of the software that can do a lot more than just help set up the device.

The WNDR3400 is the second true dual-band router we've reviewed from Netgear, following the WNDR3700. This means it's capable of simultaneously broadcasting Wireless-N signals on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. The 2.4GHz is the popular wireless band shared with other home devices such as cordless phones and Bluetooth headsets. The 5GHz band is somewhat more exclusive and therefore should offer better throughput performance. By being dual-band, the WNDR3400 supports virtually all existing network clients.

Netgear offers another dual-band router, the WNDR3300, which can work in only one band at a time. In that sense, the WNDR3400 is a big upgrade.

Like the WNDR3700, out of the box, the WNDR3400 has two wireless networks, one for each band. You can turn these networks on or off separately by using the router's Web interface. Apart from these, the router offers the option of another two guest networks--one for each band--which can also be turned on or off separately. A guest network is useful if you want to offer free Internet access to guests while keeping them from accessing your local resources such as your printer or personal files. This is a great feature for a small cafe or restaurant.

Again, like the WNDR3700, the WNDR3400 comes with an NAS function that requires an external USB hard drive (not included) to work. We tried it with a few external hard drives and were pleased with how this feature worked, though we wished it were faster. The router supports hard drives formatted in both NTFS and FAT32 file systems. This means you can just plug in your current external hard drive with data already on it and share it with the rest of the network. The router can also power compact hard drives that are USB bus-powered. The router manages its storage via Netgear's ReadyShare feature, which is also used for the company's NAS servers. The router supports Windows' SMB protocol, which allows any computer in the network to access its storage using a network browser (such as Windows Explorer) without having any additional software installed. It also supports Macs and the shares will automatically appear in Finder.

The router's only means of restricting access to its storage is via password. For example, you can set a password for read-only access and another for read/write access to a particular folder on the external hard drive. Once set, the restriction is applied to anyone wanting to access that folder. This is a primitive but effective way to manage network storage. Most NAS servers use more advanced restriction protocols via user accounts. However, considering the fact that this is primarily a router, we were happy with this level of restriction.

The router's NAS feature can also handle other NAS functions such as FTP and HTTP. You can also set up remote connections to access the data via Internet. To do this, however, you will need to use a dynamic DNS service, such as Dyndns.org, unless your connection to the Internet has a static IP address.

The second feature that we really like about the WNDR3400 is its Traffic Meter, which allows you to control the router's bandwidth. For example, you can set the router to disconnect from the Internet if a certain amount of data has been downloaded (or uploaded, or both) over a certain period of time. This is useful when you have a limited quota and don't want to go over. Unfortunately, the Traffic Meter doesn't offer the bandwidth control for individual computers. This means you can't use it to restrict one individual from downloading too much.

The WNDR3400 also offers the Live Parental Controls feature that was first introduced with Netgear's WNR2000 router. This feature requires a dynamic DNS account with OpenDNS, which is free. You can set up this feature by installing the Live Parental Controls setup software from the included CD and it will walk you though the short installation processes. Once the setup is done, you can access and control the router's comprehensive Web-filtering function, from anywhere in the world, by logging in to http://netgear.opendns.com.

Like most RangeMax routers, the WNDR3400 has a very intuitive and responsive Web interface, which makes managing the router a pleasant job. The router also has many other features found in most RangeMax routers, such as Content Filtering, which lets you block certain Web sites or services, port forwarding, Quality of Service, and Universal Plug and Play.

For security, the router supports all existing wireless encryption methods including WEP, WPA, and WPA2. It also comes with Wi-Fi Protected Setup features that enable you to add a new client to the network at the press of a button, instead of having to type in the encryption key manually.

The Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400 offered very good wireless performance in our testing, although its network storage throughput speed could use some improvement. We tested the router in dual-band mode, and also tested it the way we test other NAS servers.

The router's wireless performance was one of the best we've seen in true dual-band routers. On CNET Labs' max throughput test, where the router is 15 feet from the client, the WND3400 registered 75.8Mbps on the 5GHz band and 65.4Mbps on the 2.4GHz band. It was the second fastest on the former and the fastest on the latter among all wireless routers we've reviewed. At these speeds, the router can transmit 500MB of data in about 52 seconds and 62 seconds on the 5GHz band and on 2.4GHz band, respectively.

In a range test, in which the router was placed 100 feet away from the client, it again did impressively at 59.8Mbps on the 5GHz band, topping the charts. On the 2.4GHz band, it did slightly worse at 37.1Mbps, getting third place on our charts.

In the mixed mode test, where the router was set to work with both Wireless-N and legacy Wireless-G and B clients, the score was one of the best we've seen at 59.7Mbps. We tested the mixed mode only on the 2.4GHz bands, as generally legacy clients don't use the 5GHz band.

The WNDR3400 also offers great range, up to 300 feet on the 2.4GHz band and 250 feet on the 5GHz band. Note, however, that at these distances, the wireless connections are only good for light Web surfing and not much else. It's best to use the router within 100 feet. The router also passed our 48-hour stress test, during which time it had to move a large amount of data back and forth between multiple clients. I didn't disconnect once.

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(Longer bars indicate better performance)



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Like all routers we've seen with a built-in network storage function, the WNDR3400 didn't have very fast throughput performance for data access to the USB external hard drive connected to its USB port. We tested this via network cable and the scores were around 45.6Mbps for writing and 54.6Mbps for reading. These were about the slowest on our charts. With this kind of performance, the WNDR3400 is suited to light and basic network storage tasks, in which only one or two users can access the drive at the same time. If you want to assign the storage to multiple users and transfer a lot of data, you will need a dedicated NAS server.

Service and support
Netgear ships the N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400 with a standard one-year warranty--standard for most routers these days. The company offers free (and toll-free) phone technical support that's available 24-7. The support pages on Netgear's site are somewhat elusive (you have to click on many layers of links to get where you want) but nonetheless offer lots of support information from troubleshooting and a knowledge base to firmware, drivers, and manual downloads.

Sours: https://www.cnet.com/reviews/netgear-n600-wireless-dual-band-router-wndr3400-series-review/

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