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101. Netgear FV318 VPN Cable/DSL Firewall
$45.00 list($79.99)
102. Netgear MA311 802.11b Wireless
$26.99 list($69.99)
103. Netgear MA101 802.11b Wireless
$129.99 list($245.00)
104. Netgear FR314 Cable/DSL Firewall
$126.57 list($530.00)
105. NETGEAR FS516 16 Port Fast Ethernet
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106. Netgear GA302T 32-bit PCI Copper
$120.99 list()
107. Netgear GA622T Copper Gigabit
$51.90 list($89.99)
108. Netgear ME101 802.11b Wireless
$49.95 list($180.00)
109. NETGEAR DS116 16 Port Hub (10/100
list($1,250.99)
110. Netgear FS750 48-Port 10/100 Fast
list($399.99)
111. Netgear RP334 Cable/DSL Phoneline
list($899.99)
112. Netgear FS510T 10-Port 10/100/1000
list($420.99)
113. Netgear FR318 Cable/DSL Firewall
114. Netgear FVM318 Cable/DSL ProSafe
list($36.00)
115. Netgear PA-301 10MBps Phoneline
list($699.99)
116. Netgear FS524S 24-Port 10/100BTX
list($209.99)
117. Netgear PS113 10/100 Print Server
list($399.99)
118. Netgear FS509T 8-Port 10/100/1000
119. Netgear ND508 8GB Network Disk
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120. Netgear WGR826V Wireless-G Router

101. Netgear FV318 VPN Cable/DSL Firewall Router
list price: $969.99
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Asin: B000063V06
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
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Amazon.com Product Description

Netgear's FV318 cable/DSL VPN firewall router solidifies office networks with the ultimate in data protection. It lets you initiate five VPN tunnels between authentic remote sites or mobile workforce so your Internet communications are private and your network remains secure. Armed with stateful packet inspection (SPI) to promote uninterrupted network operation and denial of service (DoS) attack protection, the FV318 also uses remote identity authentication to secure private transmission of data--preventing unauthorized users from accessing private information as it travels throughout the Internet.

With the FV318 network administrators can establish time-of-day usage limits, content filtering parameters, and limits on access to Web pages, chat, and instant messenger services. And the FV318 can be set to log, report, and send real-time e-mail alerts of browsing activities. It notifies administrators of hacker attempts and tracks their source to deter future attacks. NAT routing and IPSec support provide an extra level of security for shared resources. Cable/DSL Internet access sharing is provided for 20 users, and an integrated, eight-port 10/100 switch and included Ethernet cable add value to this highly equipped router. Options include a CyberNOT content list subscription, purchased separately, which saves time with automatic Web-blocking list updates, and the ability to upgrade the router to 45-user capability.

Easy, Web browser-based setup, onboard static content filtering for faster Web page access, advanced chip sets, tested and proven technology, and compact, rugged metal construction all ensure dependable, ongoing, smooth-running operation, all backed by a five-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Easy-to-use and low-cost IPSec VPN security for small businesses
  • Up to 5 secure VPN connections to branch offices, key suppliers, and mobile workers
  • An effective business-class firewall against hackers and Denial-of-Service attacks
  • Integrated 8-port switch, and cable/DSL Internet access sharing capability for 20 users, upgradable for as many as 45 users
  • Web browser-based setup, on-board static content filtering for faster Web page access

102. Netgear MA311 802.11b Wireless PCI Card
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00006HXOG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 4268
Average Customer Review: 3.48 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

You couldn't ask for an easier way to give your employees constant, untethered, fast 11 Mbps access to corporate resources, e-mail, and your cable/DSL Internet connection. Whether you're setting up a new office or relocating your employees to remote sites in your building, Netgear's 802.11b wireless PCI adapter networks any desktop PC without the time, trouble, or expense of Ethernet cabling. Standards-based 802.11b technology plus 128-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) data encryption provide your network with the highest level of reliability and protection.

It's incredibly easy to create a wireless network for sharing your broadband Internet access among multiple PCs anywhere in and around your office or home. All you need is Netgear's 802.11b wireless PCI adapter for desktop PCs. You'll save the hassle and expense of traditional Ethernet cabling, and everyone can benefit from cable/DSL Internet access, e-mail, and shared resources with a high, 11 Mbps data rate.

The MA311 is compatible with the vast majority of desktop PCs, supports Windows NT, 98, 2000, and Me, features easy plug-and-play installation, and comes with a three-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 11 Mbps wireless desktop PC networking
  • Reliable, 802.11b standards-based networking
  • 40/64 and 128-bit WEP encryption security
  • Supports Win 98, Me, NT, 2000
  • 3-year limited warranty

Reviews (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars A perfectly fine wireless networking card
I purchased a couple of MA311s and MA401 and a MR814 access point. Installation was very simple. It installs like most other PCI cards but the instructions say to install the drivers and configuration utility first. I installed the MA311s in a Windows Me machine and a Windows 98SE box and both went in without a hitch. The antenna is removeable which facilitates installation and onced installed is easily oriented to maximize signal reception. Signal strength is very good. The router is on the third floor and one computer is on the first. Signal strength is well above 70% and Link strength is >80%.

The configuration software is easy to use and setup. Offers basic functions that support WEP and MAC address filtering of the router.

Overall a solid wireless networking card and with the current rebate offered by Netgear a fair deal.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good and reliable card
I use this card with the Netgear MR814 802.11b Wireless 4-Port Cable/DSL Router and they work together flawlessly.
I've had my network up since November every single day without spending more than 2 hours to set it all up. The signal strength I get is really good even with two floors between the router and the wireless card.
For those of you interested this card works great with Linux as well. I use kernel 2.4.24 and I never have a problem, while I had some issues with versions up to 2.4.20.

It works equally well with XP and 2K as well.

3-0 out of 5 stars Lousy Software & Support, Great Hardware
Software & support 1 star, card 5 stars. I have two of these, and they work quite well with M$ generic drivers for Windows 2000 & XP, and Linux Orinoco drivers.

Netgear's own software is lousy on Windows- aside from the installer corrupting my registry once and putting a bunch of icons on my desktop, it doesn't add anything beyond Microsoft's. Their drivers don't even exist for Linux, but since they use a generic chipset, most distributions can support it. Their telephone support doesn't exist, and it is nearly impossible to find any helpful information on the MA311 on their website.

Those negatives aside, the card works quite well, which is the most important issue for me. If you're technically competent and don't need any handholding, this isn't a bad card.

2-0 out of 5 stars Continual pain
Never worked properly in windows 2000, but that could be due to something else. However:

If you have this MA311 card in a Windows 2000 computer then upgrade to XP, IT WILL NOT WORK!

I have tried this process on two separate PCs; the card is then unusable in that machine afterwards, no amount of changing PCI slots, un/reinstalling drivers helps, you just various annoying windows errors such as 'driver installation was unsuccessful'.

Tech support are quite useless and sound very much like they're reading from a script, mainly because that's exactly what they're doing.

1-0 out of 5 stars MA311 - Nice as a cosmetic tail - but thats about it
Since I've put this into my PC, I've broken 3 keyboards through frustration. On top of list price its cost me £3000 in anger management courses! hehe (joke)
However, absolutely useless with Win2000, it makes no sense. Installing the drivers before you put the card in your pc is also bizarre.
Reverted back to an old netgear MA101, which doesnt let me see my network, but lets me use the net through our gateway. Odd, but it does me for what i need.

Regards
James
UK ... Read more


103. Netgear MA101 802.11b Wireless USB Adapter
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00005NWVJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 5752
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Netgear's MA101 802.11b wireless USB adapter, you can easily network all of your employees at 11 Mbps speed without installing any new wires. Because the MA101 is USB-powered, there is no need to open the case of the PC. Set up a new wireless network or extend your existing workplace to remote sites in your building in no time, and escape the hassles and expense of Ethernet cabling. Your work force can immediately use your wireless network to access e-mail, file servers, printers, and cable/DSL Internet access.

Standards-based 802.11b technology plus Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption provide your wireless network with the highest level of reliability and privacy. The MA101 is equipped with automatic speed adjustment to extend the communication range for longer distances from other 802.11b PC nodes or 802.11b access points. Designed for PCs running Windows 98, Me, and 2000, the MA101 performs with the vast majority of PCs, supports plug-and-play installation, and includes a five-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 11 Mbps wireless desktop PC networking
  • Reliable, 802.11b standards-based networking
  • USB Powered--no need to open your computer
  • WEP encryption to ensure privacy
  • Supports Win 98, Me, 2000

Reviews (55)

2-0 out of 5 stars Fine for web browsing, but that's about it.
The good: It installs easily enough, and I've always had excellent signal strength with it.

The bad: If you're using Windows XP and want to do anything but browse the Internet, return this adapter immediately! It is NOT compatible with the Wireless Zero Config service in XP. Every 60 seconds, it drops the connection and reconnects in about 5 seconds. So this adapter is fairly useless for online games, streaming mp3's from another pc on the network, SSH connections, or anything else that requires constant connections.

The ugly: It seems as if NetGear has completely abandoned this product! The software download page makes you guess which driver is the right one, and it hasn't been updated in forever... Maybe there's just not a way to fix it...

My verdict: If you just want to browse the web, and you can pick one up cheap, go for it. But with Linksys adapters selling for the same price, I can't see why you would.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best!!!
I must confess that this is one of the equipment I ever had without hassel in configuring it. It works straight right out of the box. It still keeps me connected. It's surely the best!!! I will highly recommend it... Signal strength is great!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars WORKS GREAT
I did a lot of reading before I bought this... I bought it refurbed for 20 dollars and was really worried about getting it hooked up right.. I have XP Pro and an SMC router so reading the reviews I was left a little unsure if it would work or not... plugged in and installed... and worked great.. I am streaming music working remotely and writing this review.. I am no techy nor am I a network admin.. but I know how to plug things in and install them.. so far no stalls in music or in remote access... in fact I dare to say its rippin fast... I turned off windows ability to shut down the device when not in use so that may solve some XP headaches.. but as far as I am concerned this was a great investment.. I no longer have the cable from my living room to my room have two doors closed and am getting a "very good" signal... so I say if you are thinking about it.. get it..

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great with TiVo
I got this for my Tivo Series2 and it works great. It was easy to set up.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great, easy to use
I have both the ma111 and the ma101, they both run flawlessly. The set up is easy and well explained. I didn't want to run cat 5 cables all over my house to connect my pc's. I have 3 pc's that are on my network. 2 desktops and one laptop......I have played around with my laptop in different rooms and have no problems maintaining connections.

Max range is about 150 foot in the clear, and about half that through walls and such. I'm sure I could get better range but I would be in my neighbors yard, I don't see me needing that kind of range..... my point is that it works great indoors at my house, 2 story with 4 walls still no problems.

I feel for the money I spent I got more than what I paid for, these days that's a bargain. ... Read more


104. Netgear FR314 Cable/DSL Firewall Router with Integrated 4-Port 10/100 Switch
list price: $245.00
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Asin: B00005A8XW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 10206
Average Customer Review: 3.87 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Netgear's FR314 cable/DSL Internet gateway firewall router offersintegrated, hardware-based firewall protection specifically designed for sharinghigh-speed Internet connections in the home and small office. Designed withdenial-of-service attack-prevention technology, it delivers business-levelsecurity to the home network including real-time e-mail alerts of any hackingattempt. It also provides Internet access filtering capability, allowing networkadministrators or parents to monitor and restrict Internet access according tocontent, Web page, or time of day, creating an easy-to-access report listing theInternet activity of each user.

With an Ethernet cable and integratedfour-port switch, the system allows high-speed Internet sharing, virtual privatenetwork (VPN) pass-through, and easy Web-based setup. Designed for up to eight users, the FR314 firewall router can be expanded toaccommodate as many as 45 users.

The router comes with a five-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Allows multiple PCs to share broadband Internet access
  • True firewall security with prevention of denial-of-service attacks
  • Internet access filtering capability for network administrators
  • Cable/DSL sharing with integrated 4-port 10/100 Mbps switch
  • Fast and easy-to-use Web-based setup

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars 30 minute set-up, and it works!!!!!!
Took 30 minutes or less to read the simple instructions, unplug my switch and replace it with the router. Configuration was simple and after that all I did was reboot my 3 PC's and 2 laptops. Read other reviews that mentioned problems with VPN and port assignment but I am not doing any of that. No more paying for 3 internet connections. I am now paying for 1 and have all 5 on the net, (my ISP limits homes to 3 IP addresses). I should mention that I actually have the FR 318 which is identical to the 314 except the 318 has 8 ports vs. the 314's 4 ports. This product has my recommendation.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor customer support
Without purchasing an additional licence this unit only supports 8 computers. When I purchased the upgrade (which cost almost as much as the unit) it did not install correctly. Support was unable to resolve the problem and level 2 support never calls back although they reply to my emails by promising to do so. More trouble than it is worth. Other routers don't have this 8 node limit. I'll not buy netgear again.

4-0 out of 5 stars Finally, a true firewall router
Netgear has designed a nice looking, functional winner in it's FR314 Gateway Router.
Add WAN support and better technical support and you have a five star product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressed
Had never touched a router before. Was up and running in less than 30 minutes with the setup wizard. Easy to understand web interface for configuration and status. Web filter feature is nice for families with children, but the subscription fee for the web filter database seems a bit high. Manual is provided in PDF only--no hard copy--however it's reasonably easy to understand. Nice heavy duty metal housing. A tad more expensive than some competing products, but appears to be well worth a little extra. I'm very happy with it and would recommend it to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Fine
Although this was not a piece of cake to get set up and running, it works fine. I use Earthlink as an ISP so you need use PPoE which this router has. Remember if you use Earthlink to type ELN/ before your username. The router comes with one cable so if you already have two pcs linked with a crossover cable, you will need to buy an additional cable. I found that to get it working, a manual configuration was necessairy which is not too difficult. You just need to set your gateway address to the routers and make sure each pc's address is different. You also need to manually enter the dns server address which I found was not being done when I set the pc to get their addresses automatically assigned by the router. Once I did this the thing worked like a breeze, but it was at least couple hours later of troubleshooting.

I May have had some complication because I kept the computers connected with the crossover cable to two separate adaptor cards. I did this to disable netbios and fle sharing on the router connection. This way I only use the DSL router for internet access.

The firmaware installs easily and works. I tested the stealth mode (which has to be manually checked after intstalling the firmware upgrade) on the Gibson site and it works fine. I have left Zone Alarm up and running to stop zombies and Trojans from trying to access the internet from within but I have found that the FR314 stops all attacks from the outside before they even get to Zone Alarm.

I would have liked to have some features to fine tune specific applications and to monitor which applications are accessing the internet and when but otherwise it does what it's supposed to and I'm quite happy. I've looked around. Also it's extremely quiet.

So far I've used it for several days and have not encountered any of the problems others have had. It does not lose it's settings if you power it down although I'm not sure what happens if you disconnect the power.

I will check back if I have any problems in the future.

Ok. I've now used this for about three weeks. A few things to keep in mind now that I'm more familiar with some of the screening features. The default setting is to allow all services access to the internet. Once you set the default to block, you need to manually configure services by port. I've noticed a few quirks in terms of getting the settings to work but after reseting them everything seems to work out. You would be surpised how many applications try to access the internet, including by the way the firewall on port 123. I assume it's trying synchronise it's clock, however some of the sites are unidentifiable. The firewall will block by port but not by application. In other words if you shut a port off then all applications that use that port will be blocked and there is no way to selectively allow one through. Another drawback is that you can't set a destination address by port. In other words if you wanted an application to access the internet but only to specified IP addresses, you can't do it. This I think is essential to protecting against trojans using familiar ports to get out. Another feature that is badly needed is logging of allowed services. While you can log blocked packets you can't log allowed packets, again a feature you might want to see if there are trojans surreptitiously try to access the web.
Another drawback is that while you can block web access by domain you can't do it by IP address. Also there is no way to block by outgoing port if you're in NAT mode.
Having mentioned these criticisms I still recommend this firewall. It's a great buy and it's limited logging is pretty cool. You can set it up to email the log once a day. ... Read more


105. NETGEAR FS516 16 Port Fast Ethernet Switch (10/100)
list price: $530.00
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Asin: B00004Y7LP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 24185
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Features

  • Provides powerful, network-center performance
  • All ports are capable of 10 or 100 Mbps
  • Ideal for segmenting networks into small, connected subnets for superior performance

106. Netgear GA302T 32-bit PCI Copper Gigabit Adapter
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B0000635UL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 18862
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Features

  • Up to 2000 Mbps full-duplex bandwidth
  • Supports 1000 Mbps over Cat 5 cables
  • Auto-detects speed and duplex
  • Auto Uplink to make the right connection
  • Extensive Windows driver support - including XP

107. Netgear GA622T Copper Gigabit Ethernet Card (100/1000 Mbps)

our price: $120.99
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Asin: B00006B9GW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 30221
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Features

  • Supports 1000 Mbps over Cat 5 cables
  • Auto Uplink to make the right connection
  • Auto-detects speed and duplex
  • Extensive Windows driver support - including XP

108. Netgear ME101 802.11b Wireless Bridge
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00008XOLT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 2726
Average Customer Review: 1.81 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Sleek, compact, wall-mountable chassis
  • 4 dBi detachable antenna
  • Small, light, power adapter
  • Extends a wireless network to include Ethernet devices without having to add Ethernet wiring to your home
  • Powerful 40/64-bit and 128-bit WEP encryption

Reviews (21)

4-0 out of 5 stars It's easy and it works
I was hesitant to purchase this bridge due to the poor customer reviews, but I'm glad I did. I had my old Bondi Blue iMac, running Mac OS 9.2, on the Internet within five minutes. It only took that long because my wireless router's set up with shared key encryption, MAC filtering, and no beaconing. This little unit does what it's supposed to do right out of the box, and it's easily configurable, if needed, using the Web browser of any machine you plug into it. I haven't even opened the CD.

The only drawbacks--which are all minor--are 1) it doesn't seem to get as good of a signal as my other devices, but since it has a replaceable antenna and comes with very long cords I can fix that; 2) its form factor and LED displays don't match other typical Netgear products' style (like their routers and access points) so it looks kind of odd; and 3) whenever you click Apply in the Web configuration screens, it requires the bridge to reboot, which takes a minute or two, and if you switch from a static IP to DHCP, you'll probably lose your connection entirely and have to figure out what the bridge's new IP is to get back to the configuration page.

None of the complaints I have are a big deal, and I'm very happy with this product. I just wish it was a little cheaper, since it's basically just a wireless "card" for PCs that can't use a real wireless card.

1-0 out of 5 stars Happy-meal network hardware
I am in total agreement with the poor reviews of the ME101. It is a clunker of a product. I returned it after a week of fiddling and well-meaning but useless support from Netgear's phone support temps. In my case, it would only work if WEP was disabled and I used static IP addresses on client PCs behind the bridge. If the ME101 was a product released into a older, well-established market, it would be recalled immediately. It is only because consumer wireless networking is relatively new that Netgear can get away with selling this junk with a straight face. The ME101 is not worth your money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for online gaming...
Just to let everyone know: the ME101 now comes with firmware v2.0 and configuration utility v2.0 out of the box, so there's no need to download and install anything when you buy it.

I bought this wireless bridge for the sole reason of hooking up my PlayStation 2 to my home network for online games without running 50 feet of Cat5 cable down the hallway. And, for this purpose, the ME101 is perfect. Simply: this thing just works.

I configured the bridge with another computer, but found that it actually works best with the default settings. I plugged one end of the cable into my PS2's network adaptor, and the other into the ME101, and a few minutes later I'm online! One of the great things about this device is that it just "disappears" on the network when another device is plugged in (when checking my attached devices on my router, only the PS2 and my other PCs show up, not the ME101). Throughput is great, no lags, and my wireless router is two rooms and 30 feet away.

Granted, the signal strength is lower than my other wireless devices on the network, but it's speed that's important to me, and this thing delivers.

In conclusion: if you need to hook up a device such as a PS2 or Xbox, and don't want to run yards of ethernet cable thru your house, this little number does the trick. It's simple to set up, and does what it's supposed to do. I recommend it for this purpose.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very poor performance, 35% to 65% packet loss
In its defense, version 2.0 of the firmware will make it a real bridge and pass thru the DHCP requests to the DHCP server, and it will assign itself an address from the DHCP server. But this is not the DEFAULT configuration, so you have to install their configuration (PC-only) utility to force that mode (BTW the password is "password").

After upgrading the firmware and seeing 12 hours of fine performance, I started getting HUGE packet losses. I'm running 3 PCs and 2 Mac OS X boxes thru it. Rebooting cleaned up the problem for about 5 minutes. It is UNUSABLE in this state.

I called their customer service -- which they've outsourced to India -- a corporate trend I cannot support.

It's going back to the store >:-p

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy This Product
I set this unit up 6 inches from the wireless router, upgraded the firmware, talked to tech support, and it still didn't work. I have over 20 years of experience with networking and have to say this is a very disappointing product. I have the Netgear MR814 wireless router and Netgear 802.11B and G PCI wireless cards that work fine. This product is no good. ... Read more


109. NETGEAR DS116 16 Port Hub (10/100 Mbps)
list price: $180.00
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Asin: B00004SX3Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 26247
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear dual-speed 10/100 Mbps hub connects multiple PCs to shareprinters, files, Internet access, and e-mail communications. You can mix andmatch 10 and 100 Mbps PCs, servers, and peripherals with these hubs, withoutreconfiguring. It is part of the DS100 family by Netgear, which combinesmultiple capabilities with affordability.

Auto sensing dual-speed ports individually sense and adjust to run at the properspeed for the connection you're using. Each unit has a built-in self-learningbridge, which provides the communications link between the 10 and the 100 Mbpsnetwork devices. The intelligent bridge automatically manages network traffic sothat 100 Mbps traffic does not unnecessarily crowd the 10 Mbps network segmentand vice versa.

The hub is ready to go with easy plug-and-play installation. It's compact andsturdy, and can be wall mounted. The built-in LEDs on the ports provide clearand intuitive status information. Netgear provides a five-year warranty on thehub and a one-year warranty on the power supply. Free 24-hour phone support isalso available. ... Read more

Features

  • Full connectivity among devices
  • Easy plug-and-play installation
  • Compact, sturdy metal case
  • Vista network ports with built-in LEDs

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars great easy hub..but for the price why not buy a switch
For less than $150 you can buy the FS116 switch. For that price difference, if any, you gain a lot more.

If you don't know the difference between a hub and a switch here is a brief summary.

Hub..share 100/10 MBit bandwidth between all 16 ports.

Switch..each connection has its own 100/10 Mbit bandwidth.

For most applications the Hub will work just fine but if you can get more for the same money..why not.

I actually bought and returned this item. At the time the description stated switch and it wasn't a switch. Its a hub.

4-0 out of 5 stars Well, just another nice hub from Netgear
I have use this 16-port hub at two of my business customers offices. It is a great little hub (yes, very small for a 16-port). It has an uplink port, handy for their Internet connection, and it has wall mount holes in the back of it. I like Netgear's stuff, especially for the price point. Highly Recomend this component. Cheap, compact, looks good next to telecom equipment, and effective. ... Read more


110. Netgear FS750 48-Port 10/100 Fast Ethernet Switch with Gigabit Slots
list price: $1,250.99
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Asin: B000063V03
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 39631
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Features

  • Two front module bays
  • Copper & fiber gigabit compatibility
  • 48 10/100 Mbps ports
  • Auto Uplink support
  • Non-blocking, wire-speed performance

111. Netgear RP334 Cable/DSL Phoneline Router
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000063V00
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 38821
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112. Netgear FS510T 10-Port 10/100/1000 Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch with Gigabit Ports
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B000063V04
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
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113. Netgear FR318 Cable/DSL Firewall Router with 8-Port Switch
list price: $420.99
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Asin: B000063V01
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 59765
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Features

  • Easy-to-use and low-cost IPSec VPN security for small businesses
  • A secure VPN end-point connection to branch offices, key suppliers or mobile workers (using optional upgrade)
  • An effective business-class firewall against hackers and Denial-of-Service attacks
  • Extensive reporting and logging of hacking and surfing activities, with port-forwarding and service-blocking capabilities
  • Includes integrated 8-port switch and cable/DSL Internet access sharing capability for 8 users, upgradable for as many as 45 users

114. Netgear FVM318 Cable/DSL ProSafe Wireless VPN Security Firewall

Asin: B00007E6YC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 21053
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 70 simultaneous WAN and 32 WLAN IPSec VPN tunnels
  • Encryption co-processor for fast VPN tunnel throughput
  • True Firewall with Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) and Intrusion Detection
  • Built-in 802.11b access point
  • 168-bit 3DES IPSec and 256-bit AES encryption capability

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Netgear FVM318 - Solid AP & VPN
Specs are great - hardware VPN [3DES & 256bit AES], 100+ tunnels, dyndns support, Stateful FW, syslog, 8 port 10/100 switch, 7.5Mbps WAN-LAN on IP & 4.2Mbps using 3DES.

Ive experienced solid performance with very good 802.11b range and throughput. Remote access via available Safenet DialIP client and office-office tunnel to a Netscreen works well.

Very good documentation on the website for connecting this device to other manufacturers equipment - like Cisco, Nortel, Win2k, etc. Was able to bring up a branch office tunnel to a Netscreen [not documented] in about 30 minutes. Included WLAN client not tested, nor was the available full client [less than $30 per user] -- but its available!!!

Only negative - support. I forward a couple of ports to an internal linux box. That machine can not connect to the 'net unless I turn off the port forarding. This could be a 'feature' of the beta firmware v1.2b I'm running. But that code is required to use domain names rather than IP addresses for VPN end-points. After trading email with netgear support - nothing got resolved.

Overall - its a solid box with some rough edges.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad product.
This product really sticks. I bought a couple days ago and then had to return it. I couldn't even set up the VNP because there was no proper documentation. I call Netgear and their support was no help at all. The router couldn't work wirelessly and wired simultaneously for the same machine... without reset the router... What I am trying to say is if you connected wirelessly to the router and then disconnected that wireless connection and then plugged into the router with your wired LAN cable... you would not have a connection. Unless you went into the the router wirelessly and resetted it manaully. The latest firmware upgrade they have for the router is a beta v1.2 - And if you have a a problem with beta versions of their firmware you cannot call them (Netgear).... you have to email .... beta@netgear.com or something like that. It does have alot of cool features but there are too many glitches. Hope this review helps.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice box, needs better documentation
The documention that comes with the router is garbage. The client software that comes with the router is garbage, In fact, the documention and the screen shots didn't match what the router's web interface. Nor did the documentation match the client client software it comes with.

Aside from the problems with the documentation, once you figure out Netgear's logic, everything works. Well, atleast everything I've tried. I've been able to set up a client to Netgear VPN connection, and Site to Site. I've also tried all the other features and so far, everything works solid. The only thing I haven't used is the wireless.

Over all, I am happy with the FVM318. The only drawback is the documentation.

2-0 out of 5 stars decent products - awful technical support
I've had a variety of netgear products over the last 3-4 years. I've generally been pleased w/features and functionality.

Up until recently I've never had to draw on netgear tech support. However, after a year of working fine one of my firewall/routers went "kerplunk." All the signs point to a hardware problem. So I contacted tech support realizing that I'd have to go through the usual rigamorole (sp?) to get an RMA.

However, despite a very detailed email description of the problems and the various things I did to try and fix them (firmware upgrades/reinstalls, hardware resets, etc) the tech who answered me told me I'd have to contact them through telephone support.

Currently (11:10 PM Eastern Time, 29 July 2003) wait times for tech support are in excess of 140 minutes! That's unacceptable.

If you are lucky enough to never need tech support, or to have an item repaired/replaced then netgear is a fine option. Otherwise, buyer beware! ... Read more


115. Netgear PA-301 10MBps Phoneline PCI Adapter Card
list price: $36.00
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Asin: B00003G1LP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 24638
Average Customer Review: 2.65 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The PA301 PCI phone-line adapter from Netgear turns your home phone lines into a high-speed computer network. You can link your PCs to a single Internet account and share files and printer access without installing any new wires. The built-in telephone line splitter means you can use the phone even when using the network.

Simply install the Netgear PA301 adapters into your computers and plug them into a phone line. Within minutes the cards in your PCs can exchange data and share Internet access. If you swap files, the Netgear PA301 takes approximately 20 seconds to transfer a 15 MB file. Netgear provides a limited lifetime warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 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
  • Compatible with plug and play

Reviews (26)

2-0 out of 5 stars Now I know why Netgear has discontinued this product
Now I know why Netgear has discontinued this product. The product consistency is very poor. I have gone through probably about six of these network (PCI) cards, all outside of warranty. I did have one that lasted a little over a year. I recent bought two used PA-301's and they gave up the ghost in less than a month (one died in just the first day). I would recommend purchasing the PA-101 instead. I have that on my laptop ( it is the USB model) and it has never given me any trouble. I'm going to replace my PCI card with a USB one. The PCI cards don't seem to stand up well against power bumps or static discharges. I use a UPS for my computer, so I think I'm well protected against power spikes, but the card still gets fried. None of my other PCI cards (video, sound, etc) gets damaged. If you have to go the HPNA route, I recommend the USB model PA-101 instead of the PCI cards. They're too inconsistent. When they work, they work great; they just lack the stamina to go the distance.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product
I bought two of these cards to network both my children's computers which sit in each of their bedrooms at one end of the house. The card physically is very easy to install, provided you have an empty PCI slot (if not, then use PA-101 USB adapter). One computer runs W98SE, and the second runs ME. The driver CD works fine, even better with ME since driver installs automatically. It plugs into any working phone jack, and you're all networked and ready to surf the net. Everything needed is included in the package. You can be on line and still use your phone without any degradation in either signal. The 10X connection is quite fast and not noticeably different than your 10/100 wired ethernet connection. I have a broadband cable modem, hooked to my router. One of my router's LAN ports is hooked a phoneline bridge (Netgear PE102, another great product), and the bridge to a phone jack. I definitely recommend this card, with a bridge, if you want to set up a home phoneline network.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the eventual frustration.
I had written a prior review last March with 5 stars, and it came back to bite me. I had bought 2 of these in April 2002, and they worked great for just about a year. Shortly after I wrote my first review, one just died completely, and about a month later the second one started acting up. Other reviewers have had the same problem with it, and I wouldn't have normally cared, except the aggravation I went through with Netgear. Their tech support at several levels was a total waste of time (several hours and days). Granted, they were all polite on the phone, but it seemed they have a "pre-programmed/robotic" response and trouble shooting steps, which had me going in circles over and over again. Never did any one ever even acknowledge that the card could actually have "died", and thus did not want to stand by their so called "life time warranty". I could only blame myself for going through that tech support charade. I have since abandoned phoneline networking, in favor of wireless. I have put Netgear in the same "outcast" category as Linksys,... and Hail to (that's how I spell networking relief) D-L-I-N-K.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't tell you how bad this thing is
I have gone through 3 of these. Every time there is a power failure while my PC is on, it fries this card. Tried using customer service the 1st time it happened. Took forever to convince them it was fried even though I could prove that it did not work in more than one PC. When the replacement was never delivered (most probably a FedEx problem) company ignored my request to ship a replacement and take the problem up themselves with UPS. This is the last Netgear product I ever buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away from this card!
I bought two of these in September 2001, thinking to network multiple PCs and share a broadband connection. Installation was a pain, requiring me to pin an IRQ in the BIOS for a Windows Me machine. The board ran-- for one day-- and then died. I got the other one working intermittently until I upgraded to Windows XP. Under XP, for one glorius month, everything worked great. In January, my machine locked up and the board stopped working.

I tried everything, including doing a complete reinstall of Windows 95 on a spare machine, to determine if it was XP. It wasn't. Neither board worked on a simple Windows 95 setup. I have a computer background and I even tried debugging the device driver initialization before determining that the boards were fried.

Buy another vendor's product. ... Read more


116. Netgear FS524S 24-Port 10/100BTX Dual
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00005BIQJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 46414
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117. Netgear PS113 10/100 Print Server with 3 Parallel-Ports
list price: $209.99
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Asin: B000063UZX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 32236
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Innacurate reviews
The reviewer that said all computers must have NetBUI installed is 100% wrong. I am running this print server on my home network with only TCP/IP installed on all of my computers. He shouldn't blame the print server for his own network configuration issues.

Just to clarify, this device will work with Windows (95 through XP) along with Mac, Linux, and Unix (and any other OS that can do TCP/IP printing). The only catch is that you have to have a Windows pc to run the configuration utility. It will also function with Windows-style printing, so you can browse to it in network neighborhood and set it up that way. You can even name the ports, so I have two printers that are //printserver/hp5l and //printeserver/apollo.

I highly recommend this device. It does everything it claims to and more!

5-0 out of 5 stars A "CHOICE" Print Server
I have the 2 LPT port version of the PS113 print server. I found that it was quick and easy to setup, and works great with my Linux and Windows systems. I can print to the same printer from any system. It has enabled me to place my printer where it is convient for me instead right next to the computer, which is inconvient. The best part is that it can be configured from either Windows or Linux. I would recommend this print server to anyone who needs cross platform printing compatablity. I wonder what I ever did with out it. Keep up the good work Netgear!

4-0 out of 5 stars Works Well
I have been using the PS113 for over two years now and it works well. With the latest firmware upgrades made available on the netgear web site, performance has improved and I'm happier with it that I was initially. I would recommend the unit, but suggest checking the netgear site to make sure that your printers are on the compability list before buying. ... Read more


118. Netgear FS509T 8-Port 10/100/1000 Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch with Gigabit Port
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000063UZZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 48747
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119. Netgear ND508 8GB Network Disk Drive FS

Asin: B00004Z8VK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 65534
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great techno-toy for everyone.
The first file server I configured and installed (in 1988) was for the USS Valley Forge. It had a gigantic 500 MB drive and a whopping 8 MB of RAM. The cost for the hardware was astronomical; the additional expenses of network engineers such as I could easily double it. A network was an expensive investment.

Installation comparison:

Then:

Adding drive space generally included reconfiguring the operating system along with the hardware, restoring all data, verifying security, training administrators, granting rights -- basically whatever was needed to make it easy for my clients to use and understand what they had. If the existing system would not support more drives, then an additional file server, operating system, and the infrastructure to support it, had to be added -- and installed by a network engineer.

Now:

* Remove device from box.

* Plug it into your Microsoft Windows network

* Use the 8 GB of shared storage.

Does it work?

My home network consists of one Windows 95 and four Windows 98 systems, and all were able to connect to this drive immediately after I plugged it in. Netgear also supplies client software to make using this drive more convenient, but the software is not required.

Today technology moves so quickly that new equipment will be out dated within days, if not immediately. That does not negate the value of a simplified solution to add 8 GB of disk space to a network, and all without the aid of a network specialist.

Why add space:

* Burning CD ROMS requires sufficient disk space to create the temporary files before actually blasting the data onto a nifty CD that fits into a briefcase.

* Back up files -- by simply using Windows Explorer anyone can make a copy of their critical data on this network drive. I lost digital pictures from my system, but, fortunately, they existed on this drive as well.

* Sharing files without having your personal system accessed by others.

* Mapping (telling your system where to look) is easy. This drive could be drive M for "more," N for "Netgear" or any drive letter that is available. It is virtually part of your computer.

Access speed: I had no problems accessing and using this across a 10 mbps, 10BASET network. If you access this from a wireless platform, it still works fine, but at approximately 2 mbps, which is faster than DSL or a T-1 line.

Star quality:

Saving my data, providing space for storage and temp files, turning my 6 GB drive into a 14 GB drive with plug and play technology, and never once failing since I installed it rates this addition as five stars all the way.

Victoria Tarrani

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product, but only if you have a 100 mbs network
This is a great product, for any type of network storage. I liked it, but when I tried it on 10 mbs it dragged! Don't waste your money if you don't have a 100 mbs network. Besides that it's a nice drive. 8GB good for mp3's or whatever else you want to be able to publicly acess. All in all, a good hard drive for those of you with 100 mbs networks. ... Read more


120. Netgear WGR826V Wireless-G Router w/Phone Adapter ready for AT&T CallVantage¿ Service
list price: $181.00
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Asin: B0002ZH6Z0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
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Features

  • A Wireless-G 54Mbps router with the addition of 2 VoIP ports for use with a regular phone (AT&T CallVantage¿ subscription required)
  • Allows all your PC's to share a single broadband connection and connect to AT&T CallVantage¿ Service
  • Make unlimited local and long distance calls to the US and Canada with AT&T CallVantage¿ Service
  • Many free phone features including some not available with traditional voice service
  • Also Includes 3-port switch and SPI Firewall for intrusion attempt detection and prevention

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