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81. Netgear HR314 Cable/DSL 802.11a
$84.90 list($99.99)
82. Netgear CM212 Broadband Cable
$234.99 $224.99 list()
83. Netgear AG711F Fiber Gigabit Module
84. Netgear RH340 ISDN INET Gateway
85. Netgear FA101 10/100 USB 1.1 Ethernet
86. NETGEAR FR114W ProSafe 802.11b
87. Netgear SB-104 Network Ethernet
88. Netgear GA621 Gigabit Ethernet
89. Netgear WE102 Multimedia Wireless
90. NETGEAR EA201c ISA Network Card
91. Netgear GC102 Gigabit Ethernet
92. Netgear 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet
93. Netgear WA301 Multimedia Wireless
$385.99 $349.99 list()
94. Netgear FSM726S 24-Port 10/100
$122.95 list($430.00)
95. Netgear DS524 24-Port 10/100 Dual
$46.00 list($239.99)
96. Netgear DS508 8-Port 10/100 Dual
97. NETGEAR CG814M Wireless Cable
$35.60 list($32.00)
98. NETGEAR FA312 Low Profile PCI
$23.99 $19.98 list($35.00)
99. Netgear Replacement RJ45 Dongle
100. Netgear PA-101 Home Phoneline

81. Netgear HR314 Cable/DSL 802.11a High-Speed Wireless Router

Asin: B00006OAJU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 31317
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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  • Share your broadband Internet connection, files and printers with up to 253 computers
  • Extend your existing network to remote building locations
  • 152-bit encryption and NAT routing assures total privacy, protecting your network against hackers
  • Included Freedom Antivirus and privacy software bundle seals the barricade against intruders
  • Smart Wizard and Install Assistant make setup fast and easy

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Junk
I just bought one of these and right out of the box it didn't work in wireless mode. Fails POST. It appears to be a very cheap WAP attached to a very nice wired router. After reading the reviews here, and reviews about their use of offshore technical support (sending american jobs to India). I would urge people to aviod this router and netgear in general.

3-0 out of 5 stars It Does have it flaws but it stills works for me!!
Ok when I first got the Netgear HR314 I played around with it on my wired network. Now I have 5 computer systems 4 wired and one wireless thats in another room. Now when I connected it to my cable modem and to my wired systems I had no problems, but the issue came when I tried connecting the wireless system. This was a problem. My network was two rooms away from the wireless system so its obvious I did not receive a connection. So after trying a whole day of unsuccessful tests my instructor at school give me a few ideas, so I tried them and they didn't work. But I found out that the signal must be strong not to mention you must not be around intefearence when trying to connect for the first time. Now this goes also if you set your connection and then you reboot your system and come back on thinking your going to connect which will not work unless the router is in the room, So I suggest you get a wireless access point and put it in the middle of all the areas you work at. Plus keep your router in a cool area away from heat cause that is your problem when your system acts a fool on connection. Also sit your router up in an elevated area that will help your connection also it will keep it cool a lil bit. Then beware of walls or metal walls that block you from your connection cause it will degrade your signal. This is what has helped me and if you don't have an access point between your network and the wirless computer then you need one that way you can shut your system down and not worry about going through the long setup trying to get a signal again just bootup and your connected. Also the price on this is wrong it is not a 100 dollars or more it's more like 40 dollars from so go there and look for all your computer peripherals cause thats where I have been shoppin for my equipment.

4-0 out of 5 stars HR314
I have had this product for 2 months now, I have had no problems with it, the set up was extreamly easy. My only complaint, which I should have known, is that the signal degrades fast, especially thrue walls(due to it opperating at the 5MHz band). In the same room I get a 54Mb/sec connection, 40ft and two walls away I get a 6Mb/sec connection, which is fine for web surfing (Roadrunner = 1.5Mb/sec). I just have to bring the laptop into the room with the router for file transfers.

1-0 out of 5 stars Shame on you, Netgear
I bought my HR314 wireless router and Netgear WAB501 dual mode wireless pc-card in April, 2003. I wanted to equip my laptop so that I may browse internet anywhere in the house.

At the time, I decided to go with Netgear because it was a reputable company and offer great value to its products. Of course, my opinion toward its products and services changed after my problem with HR314. Stay tuned.

On paper, HR314 offers a great set of technical features that will do great for any home network. It offers 4 LAN port and a wireless access point. It supports 802.11a (5GHz) protocol that allows transfer rate of ~50 Mbps at normal mode and 108 Mbps at turbo mode.

I liked that fact that it operates at 5 GHz range so that my microwave or my neighbor's cordless phone will not interfere with my router. Of course, I later learned it interfered with my wife's cell phone. :-( Furthermore, I like the fact it offers up to 108 Mbps with its turbo mode. I figured it is also as good as a T100 connection.

The installation of the router was very simple and straight forward. Just plugged in my desk top to its LAN port configured it (via its router web page at according to its user guide, and there it went. Installation of my WAB501 pc-card was also a breeze. Just installed its driver, plugged in to my laptop, and it started to connect to my rest of home network.

After everything was set up, I walked around the house with my laptop and monitor transmission signal strength and expected transfer rate reported by WAB501 configuration utility tool. I noticed that transfer rate suffered quickly as I moved away from the router. Transfer rate dropped from 108 Mbps to 50 Mbps when I moved from my study (where router was located) to my kitchen/bedroom that is about 30 feet away. Keep in mind, for internet browsing, 50 Mbps was not bad at all. I could not get any signal if I moved my laptop to basement, even though it was still about 30 - 40 feet away from router. I guess wireless signal does not travel downward. :-? One more thing, HR314 runs hot and is a noisy little guy (electronic humming noise).

I was happy with the product for 4 months, and my trouble with HR314 started two weeks ago. It just would not connect with my WAB501. It first stucked in reset mode. According to its router configuration page, the access point was always "rebooting". I later found out that this problem only occurs after the unit is powered up for a few hours.

Right away, I called Netgear's technical support. It was busy and I left a message for it to call me back. After a few hours, someone actually called me back. That was a pleasant surprise. After trying a few things, the technical support gave me a RMA# and asked me to send the unit to its service center. I wrote down the instructions and quickly sent the unit out. After a week, it came back. I wish the story stops here, but it doesn't. Sigh...

I was very happy to see my HR314 to come back so soon. I right away connected it to my computers. The unit was no longer stuck at reset state. Good. I turned on my laptop and checked if WAB501 could connect to the router. Yes, great. As soon as I opened a web page from the laptop, I noticed a big problem. The connection transfer rate is now only 5 kbps. That is 10,000 times slower than before! Appearantly, its service center didn't perform a full diagnostic on the unit.

I called the technical support right away. After working with me for a long time, the technical support decided the problem was not of HR314. It believed that my computer configuration slowed down the transfer rate. What a nonsense! I could connect my laptop with a wired connection to my network and worked just fine.

I continued to work with the HR314 and WAB501 for another couple days, even reloading Win2K on my laptop, and this is what I learned.

1. HR314 stucks in rest mode after being powered for a few hours.
2. HR314 configuration web page becomes inaccessible after using it for an hour.
3. Transfer rate reported by the WAB501 configuration utility does not reflect the actual tranfer rate.
4. Its wireless access point becomes unstable and reboot frequently.

I am still trying to work with Netgear technical support on this problem, and I hope it will finally resolve this problem for me, but I will not get my hope up. It is likely that I have bought a $150 paper weight.

2-0 out of 5 stars Replacement unit also proved defective
The issue both times was that the WAP functionality was not working at all. The test light was on steadily. The replacement unit did not work at first, then I upgraded to firmware v1.2 and it did work. A day later I upgraded to firmware v1.4.2 and the test light again would not go off (i.e. as far as the implications for the WAP component, it said "AP is now rebooting" forever).
The non WAP components worked fine.
It looks like basic unit testing is not performed on these routers as they leave the factory in China. It boggles my mind that such simple tests as powering on the unit and watching the
test light are not being done and retailers are shipping defective routers. In my opinion there is a bug in the firmware
but instead of getting a fix, you're more likely to get a RMA number.

The support lines were unreachable in the first week of 09/2003.
"Due to heavy call volume we cannot answer at this time, try again later" was a message I heard at least thrice at different times of the day/evening. 24/7 support is being handled in India and the quality of the lines, as well as the competence of the staff leave much to be desired. I've worked in the areas of networking (including routers, switches, etc.) for over 10 years, and from the support calls I gather that 1st level support lack even basic understanding of this product. They did not even ask me to reset the unit to factory defaults, and sounded upset that I've tried to upgrade the firmware (as if this is proscribed)!!
I am not a happy customer. ... Read more

82. Netgear CM212 Broadband Cable Modem
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006LHM7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 7282
Average Customer Review: 1.81 out of 5 stars
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  • Always ON, high-speed Internet access
  • No more dropped connections
  • No need for a dedicated telephone line
  • USB and Ethernet interface options
  • Included stand for vertical positioning

Reviews (16)

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad product and bad customer service
The product failed after one day of serivce. For the next week it would intermitently connect to the Internet for a few hours and fail again for a few hours until it died completely. I called Customer Service, which seems to be overseas, and their technicians were terrible. In two calls I had conflicting answers and they did not seem to know how to troubleshoot the problem; they kept asking me to ping addresses unrelated to the modem and they kept refering to it as a router. Once they decided that it is defective they asked me to pay for shipping charges to replace my brand new modem which amounted to 25% of the cost of the product. I would never buy a Netgear product again.

4-0 out of 5 stars works for me
i've had this modem running on my Mac for over a year and it's never given me the hassles listed below. bought it, plugged it in--it connected immediately, and since then i've pretty much forgotten it's there. been a solid performer (knock on wood). the case even complements my Mac nicely.

Stopped working after 3 months. Netgear customer service is a joke.

1-0 out of 5 stars Frustratingly bad experience
Like others, I've had a bad experience with this product. After less than a month, it refused to synchronize with my cable company's signal. The cable company brought out a new modem of its own that worked just fine. A month later, I tried the Netgear CM212 again and it worked--for no apparent reason. Last night, I accidentally bumped it and it stopped working again. If I tap the right spot on the case, the lights will come on for about ten seconds indicating that it has a signal, but then it goes back to the "searching for signal" routine. There are no moving parts in this thing. I opened up the case; it's just a circuit board with components and connectors soldered to it. And all the solder connections looked fine. Yet just a tap makes it behave differently!!

Netgear's support was a joke. Even after I gave them lots of details through e-mail, they insisted that I call a technician to get authorization to return the modem. After sitting on hold far too long, I got to deal with a technician who didn't want to hear what I'd done for diagnostics and didn't care that I had the modem plugged into a router. Instead, he wanted to lead me through a flowchart that applied to people who had the modem directly attached to their PC.

All in all, this purchase has been a waste of money and time. So I just bought a Motorola Surfboard SB5100 modem after reading great reviews.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not Half Bad....
No more sitting and waiting. No more busy signals. NETGEAR's Broadband Cable Modem gives you an uninterrupted connection plus lightning-fast speeds for streaming music, online gaming, and sharing digital photos so you can be involved and productive anytime and every time you want. When combined with a router, it lets you share your ISP connection among multiple PCs. It's DOCSIS certified, which means no worries because this cable modem is guaranteed to work with your local cable service provider, both now and if you move. Its streamlined design saves valuable desk space - you can position it vertically or horizontally.

Always ON, High-speed Internet access
No more dropped connections
No need for a dedicated telephone line
USB & Ethernet interface options
Included stand for vertical positioning ... Read more

83. Netgear AG711F Fiber Gigabit Module (Fs726/FS750)

our price: $234.99
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Asin: B00006B9H2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 48746
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84. Netgear RH340 ISDN INET Gateway Router with 4-Port Ethernet Hub and 2-POTS

Asin: B00004Z8ZT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 32770
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85. Netgear FA101 10/100 USB 1.1 Ethernet Adapter
list price: $281.00
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Asin: B00006CJMP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 16781
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Netgear's FA101 10/100 Mbps USB Ethernet adapter installs so readily, you don't even need to open your computer to connect your PC to Ethernet networks. It works instantly with both desktop and notebook PCs for fast network and Internet access through a router. This 10/100 Mbps unit is affordably priced, so families and home-based businesses can share an Internet connection, enjoy multiplayer games, and access network files with ease.

The FA101 is compatible with Microsoft 98, 2000, Me, and XP. ... Read more


  • Quick connectivity with no internal cards
  • Fast, 10/100 Mbps network access
  • Share Internet access through a router
  • Low cost, high performance
  • Works with both desktop and notebook PCs

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works well as expected
I bought this adapter for my laptop. It works as advertised.

- Simple and sturdy USB connector design (comparing to the common PCMCIA type which has very flimsy connector).

- Very easy to install, but if you still use Window 98, you may need to have the original Win98 CD on hands to complete the installation

- Inexpensive and its five years warranty means lifetime in the computer world. Just don't step on it I think it will outlast the computer.

Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Immediate Success
Purchased this product for my girlfriends Windows XP Pro laptop. I put the driver CD in, plugged the adaptor into the USB port, spent 2 minutes installing and it worked. No configuration or compatability problems. The only minor drawback is even though the adaptor is connected at 100Mbps if you only have a USB 1.0 port you won't get extreamly fast speeds. Nothing that she will worry about just browsing the web though.

3-0 out of 5 stars DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING

86. NETGEAR FR114W ProSafe 802.11b Wireless-Ready Firewall Router
list price: $154.00
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Asin: B00006B9HQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 30684
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The Netgear FR114W cable/DSL wireless-ready router has all the office network protection features you could want. Prepared for the future with wireless-ready capability, Netgear's ProSafe 802.11b wireless-ready firewall has you covered both ways. This true firewall is broadband capable, and provides you with the utmost in business-class security--Denial of Service protection and intrusion detection using Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), URL access and content filtering, logging, reporting, and real-time alerts. VPN pass-through maximizes network security with access control and encryption. With four auto sensing, switched LAN ports and Network Address Translation (NAT) routing, up to 253 users can access your broadband connection at the same time. Smart Wizard and Install Assistant get your network up and running in minutes, and a complete antivirus software bundle is included at no extra cost to shield your network with additional protection. ... Read more


  • Upgradeable to Wireless networking
  • True Firewall with Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) and Intrusion Detection
  • Denial of Service (DoS) attack protection and VPN pass-through functionality
  • Network Address Translation (NAT) Routing
  • Easy-to-use Smart Wizard and Install Assistant

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product but beware of the bad ports syndrome.
I bought this brand new FR114W last year end of July. It has worked like a charm ever since until recently. First let me give you the pluses.
_Automatic recognizes PPOE settings for easy authentication and setup.
_Firewall a plus nothing gets past it until you enter a ip:port map to your internal network.
_Logs, another plus, it gives details of all attempts of access to your current WAN ip. DDOS, ipspoofing etc. as well, it emails the logs acording to your rules...
_syslog entries to any internal syslog capable software of all activities that the FR114W fires at the logs.
_It registers your dynamic ip address from the PPOE connection to which is a big PLUS. Although they can have more options like
_DHCP capable Lan Setup.
_Remote internet management. This is not recommended unless you restrict it to a particular ip but beware of ip spoofing.
_Wireless ready. WEP ready up-to 128 bit encryption, Trusted PCs by MAC although MediaAccessControl can be spoofed as well, but then they would have to try to guess the key for the encryption as well as the channel and if you have unchecked "SSID brodcast" and "Bridging to wired LAN" you should be pretty safe. Although they can still guess your pwd for the admin site of the FR114W and then your doomed.
_Block access to any site you wish. This is specially good if you want control any access to a particular site from your kids. Drawback is that you have to enter every site you want to block fqdn (fully qualify domain name ex. or ip address. But you have the control.

These are by far the most important features which are hard to find without a hefty price tag.

The negatives are
_With the 802.11b MA401 wireless card, access range is weak. At my house a radius of 30ft. is pushing its limit.
_The 4 ports at the back of my FR114W unit went bad after a year of non-stop usage. But Netgear has a 3 yr. warranty on this units so they are replacing it, but choose from three options.
1. send the unit and when we receive it we'll send you one back.
2. $15 +/- and we'll send you one then you send us the bad one back.
3. $25 +/- and we send you one overnight of course I have to send the bad one back.

Anyways, I did go with option 2 and I should be receiving the refurbished FR114W soon. Yeap, you read correctly "refurbished" which in the dictionary means "To make clean, bright, or fresh again; renovate." so I do not feel that bad.

Overall, I give this FR114W unit high ratings as I do not expect for everyone to go through the bad ports syndrome as I did. Also I hope that the refurbish unit does live up to my ratings of it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent router, wireless signal slightly weak
This is an excellent router with rock solid performance. Unlike my previous Linksys BEFSR41 which needs to be reset every couple of weeks and drops game connections more often than I'd like. This one maintains game connection well. Router admin operations (most) does not drop any existing connections, unlike the Linksys which resets the router at the slightest configuration change. The SPI firewall works nicely and the latest firmware (beta as of this writing) supports UPNP (Windows Messenger Audio/Video). One nice feature is you can turn off the wireless to LAN bridge, so your roommates can surf the internet but can't physically access any machine wired directly to the router.

On the down side, the wireless signal strength (with a Netgear wireless card) is a little on the weak side. Hardly a surprise considering it's using the wireless card. You may re-consider if you need one that covers a lot of range. The telnet interface is also gone, but most people probably don't care. At one time, my router started to emit a high pitch hiss, caused by long usage of the wireless portion. I disconnected the power for a while and now it seems to be ok. Maybe they used a cheap component somewhere.

There's a different model called FR114P, essentially the same, except it lacks the wireless slot but adds a print server port. You may look into it if you don't need wireless capabilities. ... Read more

87. Netgear SB-104 Network Ethernet Starter Kit
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000JD6W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 21981
Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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Shipping with a four-port Ethernet hub, two PCI dual-speed network cards, two 25-foot network cables, and an incredibly extensive user's guide, the Netgear SB-104 is the perfect way for novice users to get their networks up and running.

We noticed how efficient and organized this kit is as soon as we unpacked the box. We laid out each component of the kit and dived right into networking our Windows 98 and Windows NT 4.0 PCs. Setup was surprisingly simple using the explicit instructions and illustrations. Most helpful was the supplied diagram of the finished network in the user's guide.

We connected the hub to the power supply to ensure it was working, removed the covers of our computers, installed the network interface cards (NICs) in free PCI slots in each machine, and connected them to the hub with the provided cables. The cables themselves are 25 feet long, giving you more than enough distance between each computer in most cases. The NIC comes 100-Mbps ready, so you can upgrade to a 100-Mbps hub at a later time if necessary.

After ensuring that all connections were secure, we started our machines and installed the network drivers. Installation went flawlessly. We networked our two computers to one common multifunction device, set up shared files, and a shared network connection.

The Netgear SB-104 Network Ethernet Starter Kit is a great choice if you're looking for a simple way to network two PCs but want a convenient growth path in case your needs expand. We also appreciated Netgear's 24-hour technical support and their hand-holding setup guide.


  • Easy to install
  • Simple installation instructions
  • Upgradable to 100-Mbps network
  • 24-hour technical support
... Read more


  • Supports all popular network software
  • Upgrades easily to 100-Mbps 10x Ethernet throughput
  • Four-port 10-Mbps network hub
  • Includes two 10/100 PCI NICs (32-bit)
  • Free 24-hour phone support

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy Way to Network in SOHO
A wonderful way to network in a SOHO environment. Easy for even a novice to install and configure. From box to boot, including installing the card in two machines, setting up the hub and configuring the software, was less than 90 minutes. Beyond file sharing, it has eliminated the need for a second printer and allows tape backups to be run from a single tape drive on my faster machine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Home Network!
I have bought two of these for home and office use. They work flawlessy and for the price you cannot beat the functionality. I was running at least Windows 98 on all computers I hooked up to the ethernet hub. Windows makes it easy to set up file and printer sharing.

After you are hooked up to a network you will not need to swap disks all the time in order to exchange information or to move files for printing. You can transfer a hundred megabytes in a minute or two depending on the kinds of files.

Setup is a breeze if you have ethernet cards installed already. Even if you do not have cards installed already there are instructions to walk you through step by step. By the way, if you are just using this for a home network, pick out the Netgear hub combo that gives you the most stuff for the cheapest. I have bought at least 3 different ones and the all provide the same functionality as far as I can tell. It is just that sometimes they come with one more port, or an extra cable, or multiple speed compatibilities.

3-0 out of 5 stars Hope you don't need tech support
Overall, the product is pretty good; hub is a little slow depending on the amount of data you're moving. Beware of their tech support; I was given three different solutions to the same problem, none of which worked--they acted like they just wanted to get me off the phone even though our longest conversation was approx. 5 minutes!

1-0 out of 5 stars do not buy
..., not worth the time even to look at. They cant even number the pci code right if they know that somthing is wrong with their product and they sell it anyway they should not be in bussiness. Not only that the tech support is virtualy non-existant this is not the way to run a bussiness. sixth graders could run it better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great kit for beginners!
Networking has always been intimidating to me, but with this it was a snap! Setup & installation time was under 20 minutes and was extremely easy. This is excellent for people who want to battle their buddies in head-to-head competition on games. File and Print sharing was quick too. Enjoy!! ... Read more

88. Netgear GA621 Gigabit Ethernet PCI Adapter Card (Fibre)

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Asin: B00006B9GX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 19675
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89. Netgear WE102 Multimedia Wireless to Ethernet Bridge
list price: $240.95
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Asin: B00005NOKW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 45469
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90. NETGEAR EA201c ISA Network Card (10 Mbps)
list price: $24.00
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Asin: B00000JD6N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 24625
Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars
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  • 10-MB card with cable
  • RJ-45 interface
  • Graphical installation interface
  • 2 at-a-glance LEDs
  • Warranty: Lifetime

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars works pretty well in Linux 2.4
After much effort, I did finally get this card to work reliably with Linux. It is an ne2000 clone. I had to tweak a few settings (turn off Plug N Pray in the bios, specify interrupt and address space), but Slackware now has no problem with it - I just wish it was capable of 100BT.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not all it claims
The box claims the EA201C works with anything from an 8-bit XT and up. Many drivers are supplied, so theoretically the card is very adaptable. However, the card I received was fixed permanently in 16-bit mode and refused to work in an 8-bit ISA slot. Netgear tech support (in India, apparently) didn't know the first thing about their card or their setup software. They insisted this was a plug-and-play 16-bit card only, and they would provide support only for Windows. If that's not your setup, good luck.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware - did not work with Windows as claimed
I consider myself a fairly knowledgeable person when it comes to PC's and networking. I have a Win 98 SE PC with only an ISA slot free. I tried and could not install this card successfully even after several attempts. Windows does not like the supplied Driver when installed in PNP (Plug and Play) mode. Tech support was unwilling to spend even 5 minutes on the phone and blamed it on Windows. Apparently this product has a problem with Windows! So what other OS is there, really!! They e-mailed me a set of long-winded instructions to install in non-PNP mode but I could not even get past a few steps (example, find and write down free IRQ's) and no, they won't guide you through this workaround on the phone. Windows crashed with the dreaded blue screen and I was unable to boot, even after uninstalling the card. Netgear's tech support bailed out saying that I would have to 'find a Windows expert' to fix the problem. Luckily I was able to fix the problem myself after several hours. Netgear's ad touts this product as 'This easy-to-install Netgear ISA network card will have you network compatible in no time. Its plug-and-play technology automatically configures the adapter'. How I wish there was some truth in that. It would be best to avoid Netgear if you can. Unfortunately, if you need an ISA card there aren't too many choices. My ...Netgear EA-201C 10Mbps ISA card is sitting there collecting dust...

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't touch or buy this card
The FA311 was shipped with the wrong drivers and would not install. I contacted the company said new of the error and would email the patch to make it work. I have been in the computer business for 20 years. I lost 1 1/2 hours at $125.00 and they said sorry.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for File and Printer sharing
I bought this product so that I could share one of my BW printers and to store my database of Cd's Movies, ect. So far it has been a reliable tool. ... Read more

91. Netgear GC102 Gigabit Ethernet Media Converter

Asin: B00006HYKX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 28134
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92. Netgear 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Networking Kit (FB105)

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Asin: B00006881O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 42971
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93. Netgear WA301 Multimedia Wireless PCI Card
list price: $180.00
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Asin: B00005NOKU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 45898
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94. Netgear FSM726S 24-Port 10/100 Managed Switch with 2 Stacking Ports

our price: $385.99
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Asin: B00006B9HA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 33692
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95. Netgear DS524 24-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Stackable Hub RJ-45 with Internal Power Supply & Rackmount Kit
list price: $430.00
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Asin: B00004Y7LR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 41126
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96. Netgear DS508 8-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Stackable Hub RJ45 with Internal Power Supply & Rackmount Kit
list price: $239.99
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Asin: B000063UZY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 40270
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97. NETGEAR CG814M Wireless Cable Modem Internet Gateway ( CG814MNA )

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Asin: B00007E6YB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 16769
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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  • DOCSIS cable modem
  • 802.11b wireless access point
  • USB port plus 4 ENET ports
  • USB port plus 4 Ethernet ports
  • Installation Assistant and Web browser-based settings

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible Tech Support
This cable modem and wireless functions of this device seemed to be operational, but any time I tried to have two computers hooked up simultaneously, both computers would lose their connection with the gateway. This was indeed frustrating, but technical support failed to resolve the problem after a month of exasperating phone calls and one product exchange. I was twice promised a return call within 24 hours, and twice unapologetically snubbed.
I have been extremely disappointed and discouraged with this experience, and I am not inclined to ever purchase another Netgear product. I have returned this product and decided to go with Linksys after a recommendation from my systems administrator.

2-0 out of 5 stars Netgear CG814M and Comacst
My 3 star rating is based on my rating of this unit's features and Netgear support - I still do not have it working yet.

(I have made 6 calls to Comcast support, but the connection from the modem is still being refused by Comcast.)

I called Netgear support to see if they could shed any light, and after waiting 45 minutes, was answered by a call center in India by a technician that I could not understand. An e-mail supprt request remains unanswered after 2 days.

5-0 out of 5 stars The ALL-IN-ONE wireless package...
I just recieved and connected the Netgear CG814M 802.11b Wireless Cable Modem Internet Gateway... it worked fine although it took Comcast cable over 10hrs, two installers, 3 customer reps and finnally a competant technical advisor at 12midnight who simply entered the correct serial and mac numbers that others before him couldn't figure out (can you tell I'm not a fan of Comcast cable's customer service!!!) and within minutes I was up and running. An excellent, whisper quiet and sleek silver designed unit that accomplishes all that it was meant to do. The USB and Ethernet are all that I have utilized so far, I'm waiting to configure the unit and also waiting on my wireless USB adaptors, PC cards and CF cards to really get my wireless networking off the ground. So far so good, I HIGHLY reccommend it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, fast shipping
This product is great. I researched other sites and I found the best price on It was extremely easy to set up. There's a quick set up guide included in the box, but using the CD included may be a better choice if your going to hook up your 1st unit by a PC card or USB port. The quick guide gives instructions for hooking up your unit using an ethernet wire hook-up. ... Read more

98. NETGEAR FA312 Low Profile PCI Network Card with WOL (10/100)
list price: $32.00
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Asin: B00005219H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 23618
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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  • Network card connects your desktop PC to an existing network
  • Offers 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing speed capability
  • Features full duplex, wake-on-LAN, PCI 32-bit with bus mastering
  • Plug and Play installation
  • Free 24-hour phone support

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not fully PCI compliant!
By Netgear's own admission, this card is not fully PCI compliant because it is unwilling to share an IRQ. This works with Windows 9x if you know how to tell Windows to not share IRQ's with this card. You will also need to manually change one of the driver settings from "Auto" to "Fully Asychronous" to achieve full speed.

This card will not work at all with the Windows 2K/XP hardware abstraction layer (HAL) because the new HAL does not permit overriding IRQ settings. Therefore, the most you will get out of this card with IRQ sharing is about 100 bps (far from the rated 100,000,000 bps). You might as well use your old RS-232 port.

I had to throw all of my and my companies cards out.

1-0 out of 5 stars Netgear Warranty [isn't good]
After 6 month operating the FA312 card, the card suddenly burned and the system won't power-up until i removed it. After calling the technical support, the response that i get is that Netgear's warranty doesn't cover a card that gets burned. Even though I and an UPS and tried to install it on different system and different motherboard, the tech support kept asking for more, like "go to your neighbor and install it in his system". Like who would let you install a card that can mess-up their system.

My best advice is to STAY AWAY FROM NETGEAR AND THEIR "WARRANTY" that doesn't cover anything.

5-0 out of 5 stars good value
it's a good card. Sure, I much prefer either an Intel 10/100 Pro+ or 3COM 3C905 card... but for $20ish it'a a good deal. NetGear makes good stuff.. I'm especially pleased with their FVS318 internet gateway router.. Don't even think of buying anything other than a NetGear router.. unless you want to step up and buy a REAL POWERHOUSE from NetScreen.

(some people, like another reviewer above WILL have problems WHEN they MISHANDLE their cards. These cards, much as other gear are not static-proof.. and don't like to have their contact's handled..)

if you are a responsible user this card will serve you well

5-0 out of 5 stars Good value.
I typically stick with Intel for my networks, but I have a Netgear wireless network. So when I needed a NIC for my DSL modem I decided to stick with Netgear. I'm impressed, it works beautifully with XP and I couldn't be happier with it. I like the Wake on LAN feature, but my motherboard doesn't support it.

5-0 out of 5 stars netgear equals good quality at a good price
hello. i just got dsl and had to install a NIC on my comp. i went with the netgear because i heard they provide solid networking products. well, i opened up my computer and BAM (just like emeril) the card snapped into the PCI slot with ease. installing the drivers is simple, and i was up on a 6 meg pipe in no time. ive put the NIC thru some tough tasks- online gaming and downloading hella megs of porn- and it seems to handle itself quite well. id recommend this (or anything netgear) to anyone who is doing simple networking without a lot of dinero to drop on their setup. ... Read more

99. Netgear Replacement RJ45 Dongle FA510C PCMCIA Card
list price: $35.00
our price: $23.99
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Asin: B00004Z6MA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 33863
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  • 10/100 network performance
  • Plug-and-play support
  • 32-bit card bus compatible
  • Free 24-hour phone support

100. Netgear PA-101 Home Phoneline USB Adapter
list price: $60.00
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Asin: B00004SYLO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 18142
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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The PA101 USB home phone-line adapter from Netgear turns your home phone lines into a high-speed computer network. Just plug one end into the PC's USB port and the other end into a telephone wall jack (phone cable is included). Within minutes you can play multiplayer games, share files and printers, and even access the Internet on all the computers in your home at the same time. Netgear's do-not-disturb technology designs are conscious of your phone use, so you can enjoy continuous data exchange without any disruption to your phone service.

Netgear provides a limited lifetime warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more


  • Turns your home phone lines into a high-speed network
  • Provides Internet access and file and printer sharing for all your PCs
  • Takes 20 seconds to transfer a 15 MB file
  • Allows you to use the phone while online
  • Plug-and-play compatible

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars It, quite simply, rocks
After recently moving into a new house, I soon found there was no feasible way to get a wired ethernet setup going, what with architectural constraints.
I just wanted to share cable internet access among our 3 computers, without going wireless; the low throughput and limited range of an affordable wireless solution (802.11b) doesn't appeal to me.
After a bit of research, I picked up a Linksys HPRO200 router and ordered this litte gem.
It took one week to receive the PA-101, and within 5 minutes, my network was up; and I didn't have to configure an access point, WEP encryption, or any of the hassles of wireless. No need to route any ethernet cable between floors either.
It's too bad this technology is being rendered obsolete; sort of reminds me of the way Beta VCRs were supplanted by VHS. The inferior product was marketed more aggressively...
On the bright side, HPNA 2.0 adapters can be found for as litte as $5 now.
And yes, the PA-101 works just fine with windows ME, and 2000, and 98. I've tested all of them, and recommend this for anyone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good product overall
It works as advertized, and good for laptop use since phoneline PC card choices are limited and so-so. It would be good for desktop use if you do not want, or know how, to install a PCI card. However, for desktop use I would recommend the PA-301 PCI card. It is a great way to network home computers and share a high speed (broadband) internet connection without running wires through your house. The 10Mbs is very adequate, and comparable to wired ethernet, considering that (broad)bandwidth usually gets you 2-5Mbs. To some extent, the 10X phoneline networking through your existing phone wiring is more dependable than 802.11b wireless. However for laptop use, the whole idea of being mobile is to be free of wires. I bought it initially for laptop use, but decided in the end to go wireless. I use wired 10/100 for my main desktop, phoneline connection (PA-301) to network each of my kid's desktop, and wireless for my wife's laptop as well as mine. However, the PA-101 really works and does not interfere with regular phone use. You CAN actually surf the web (high speed connection) and talk on the phone at the same time....

5-0 out of 5 stars Positive - from comp. eng. student
I don't know why these things don't exist in the market very much. Ethernet is all over the market, but you would need cabling for that. I connected my Windows XP computer to my father's (also XP) in the other room, and it's working very well, and couldn't be cheaper. You don't even need their software, XP recognizes the device and you can set up a small office or home network with XP - very easily. Arrived fast too. Really fast. Maybe because I'm in CA, and they ship from CA too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cheap, simple, convenient
Highly recommended! An easy way to have a network installed in your home or office within minutes. Never had any problems connecting my 2 laptops running Win98 and WinXP. Internet sharing, worked same well. Consider savings over wireless equipment that would give you the same data transfer rate, but for 10-15 times more money. It is not worth it to pay that much just for the convenience of walking aroung the apartment with your laptop (What if you have only desktops?). I believe anybody still prefers working at the desk, and not on a porch, toilet or in a bath. Use wires you already have at home - your phone line. This device is simple and thus brake- and error-safe.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good way to set up a fast, efficient, simple network at home
No problems setting up this system which transfers data between rooms via the phone jacks . I have broadband internet access which works plenty fast on the networked computers in the house.
I'm under the impression that this system is being phased out as it's not being offered any more at the large stores in my area (Best Buy, Frys, etc.) I'm attributing this to the wireless push being made by Netgear and others. ... Read more

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