ZBT 300Mbps 802.11b/g/n MT7628N Chipset Wireless WiFi Router provide English Version with OpenWrt firmware
- WE3326 used the MT7628N, CPU up to 580Mhz, installed the large capacity SDRAM and the high speed SPI FLASH .
- Provide 5* 10/100Mbps Auto-MDI/MDIX port and 2.4Ghz wireless network .
- It is can meet many kinds of wireless application, much better cost-performance.
- Wireless rate up to 300Mbps,One push to rest mode.
- Support several encryption mode, such as WEP,WPA,WPA2 and so on.
WE3326 used the MT7628N, CPU up to 580Mhz, installed the large capacity SDRAM and the high speed SPI FLASH .
Provide 5* 10/100Mbps Auto-MDI/MDIX port and 2.4Ghz wireless network .
It is can meet many kinds of wireless application, much better cost-performance.
MT7628N CPU, 580Mhz, powerful performance and work stably.
Support IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n wireless network protocol
Support IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u standard.
1 10/100MAuto-MDI/MDIX WAN port; 4 10/100MAuto-MDI/MDIX LAN port.
Wireless rate up to 300Mbps
One push to rest mode.
Support several encryption mode, such as WEP,WPA,WPA2 and so on.
|LAN Ports||1*10/100M Auto-MDI/MDIX WAN;4*10/100M Auto-MDI/MDIX LAN|
|Package Contents||Router*1, power adapter*1, English manual*1, 1M network cable*1|
Top pickLove this router
Speed and SecurityBest router I have ever had. Once again NETGEAR outshines with this router.
This is for the R6700 Guest wif led does not workI bought this because I upgraded my internet service with my ISP to 200 Mbps and my old router only supported up too 100 Mbps. So I upgraded to this router and am now getting the 200 I should.I guess the fact that the GUest led does not work is not that important, but it should work. It stays lit even when there is not a guest network set up, that is the main reason for the 4 stars. This has been reported on the netgear forum.Also, had another problem that I think I resolved. I am not sure if it is supposed to work that way or not. I had my desktop plugged into port 1 and got the white led light and the speed I should. I plugged my laptop into port 4 and go the while light and the speed I should. I plugged my printer into port 3 and it got an orange light, which did not surprise me, I figure this is just due to the printer. But when the printer was on the white light for the laptop changed to orange and the speed dropped. Afrre fuming about it a while , I decided to switch ports. I plugged the laptop into port 3 , and when I plugged the printer to port 4 it was orange as expected , but the led for the laptop stayed white.SO it seems with the printer in port 3 and the laptop in port 4 , the printer caused the laptop to get the slower speed.But seemed to work ok with the laptop in port 3 and the printer in port 4. Do not really know if it is supposed to work that way or not.Anyway I am still learning about it. This is a lower end nighthawk, so I guess for the price it is worth it. It does the main thing I wanted it to. Just have to be careful which ports I plug slower devices in to I guess.
Easy setupQuick delivery and easy setup.
Very fastMuch faster and more reliable connection than my old Airport Extreme. Only complaint is the super bright status lights.
Easy setupDownload the Nighthawk app and it does it for you. Installed in less than 5 minutes!
Speed. Speed and no knock offs.Speed. Speed. Speed. Nice. I'm writing this review only 30 minutes after installing. I am THAT HAPPY! It's a wonderful Life to have normal WiFi. Thank you for the recommendation.
Not so BROADrangeAlthough this works and seems to be a nice router I am quite disappointed in its range. I purchased it to replace a working Netgear N600 router thinking that my range would increase. Frankly I found the range of the new router to be less than the old and I have noticed no real improvement in speed either. I plan to keep in for the day my old router finally dies but am a bit disappointed in the lack of improved performance.
Great Hardware. Poor Firmware. Annoying "Features".R6700v3 Model. This default firmware is garbage. The Circle Disney app popups that wouldn't clear until several attempts later. The fact that it passes analytics (which you can opt-out of) is annoying but I still feel like they are doing things behind the scenes. I ran into an infinite loop where it kept trying to ask my security questions to show me my password (when I never asked) after a reboot where I did nothing more than change the static IP in AP mode. Cleared itself after I restarted the browser. I still can't believe though that it even wants security questions. The Web UI is wacky, clunky, ugly, and it's also annoying that they want you to set up a Netgear account to use the app (which I declined). Almost any change requires a reboot. Wants to use Netgear's NTP server by default, which is also intrusive.It does have an "AP Mode" which is the main reason why I bought it, and all ports operate in a switch mode to uplink to another router that's functioning as the DHCP server and WAN link.When it comes to parental controls, you might be better off setting a filtering DNS (CleanBrowsing / OpenDNS) and using Google FamilyLink rather than the Circle Disney features. Android and Google Home / Chromecast devices now seem to have "Digital Wellbeing" functionality that occurs on a device-level, and it seems to work reasonably well. DNS Filtering is getting better (e.g. CleanBrowsing always enforces SafeSearch).I will be putting DD-WRT on it eventually. Remains to be seen how reliable it is but I was running 1-year uptimes on my old Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 (12 years) and Asus WL-520GU (11 years) with DD-WRT and it was just time for a WiFi upgrade since 802.11g wasn't cutting it.