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141. Netgear EN106TP 10Base-T Ethernet
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142. NETGEAR FA510 32-bit CardBus Moble
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143. Netgear WGR615V Wireless-G Router
144. Fa311 10/100 Pci Nic Rj-45 50-pack(1
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145. Netgear FS726 24-Port 10/100 Fast
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146. NETGEAR FS518T 18 Port Fast Ethernet
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147. Netgear EN308TC 8-Port ethernet
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148. Netgear WB302 Multimedia Wireless
149. Netgear ND508 8GB Network Disk
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150. Netgear WE102 Multimedia Wireless
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151. Netgear FS517TS 17-Port 10/100
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152. Netgear RO318 DSL/Cable Internet
153. Netgear GA302T-05 Gigabit Ethernet
154. Netgear GS104 4-port Gigabit Ethernet

141. Netgear EN106TP 10Base-T Ethernet Hub
list price: $49.00
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Asin: B00004SYLP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 24834
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Netgear EN106TP 10Base-T Ethernet hub delivers standards-based, plug-and-play networking solutions for small businesses, home offices, and low-density workgroups. Featuring a compact design and low cost, the hub represents an extraordinary value for users seeking the most straightforward and reliable connectivity solution available.

The EN106TP provides effective information exchange, resource sharing, and client/server or peer-to-peer applications solution with simple UTP (unshielded twisted-pair) wiring. The slim, sturdy metal case design provides a visual enhancement to the workspace without cluttering it, and the compact design fits anywhere--on the desktop or wall. The vista jacks with built-in LED indicators clearly indicate port status, simplifying installation and troubleshooting. The unit is plug and play with no software to configure.

Netgear backs the EN106TP with a limited lifetime warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Features vista jacks with built-in LED indicators
  • Provides effective information exchange, resource sharing, and client/server or peer-to-peer applications solution
  • Uplink port for network expansion
  • Compact, sturdy metal casing
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars this hub is made for a small home network!
i just got DSL with statis IPs and a 6 meg connection. im flying! but anyways, this hub is very reliable. ive had it about a week and data packets flow thru it as smooth as butter. i networked mine and my roommatte's PCs and ive had no problems whatsoever. one of the ports is designated for the uplink, then u can fill the other ports with CPUs. netgear offers good performance for a great price. the hub is good quality and its perfect for networking PCs at home. its made of metal, not cheap plastic, and is sturdy. buy this hub if you have a home or small office network.

5-0 out of 5 stars works mahvelous
I've never had Netgear equipment fail. Small and compact, reliable but not pricey, and in a 6-port size. Most hubs come in 4 or 8+. Durable metal also, instead of cheap plastic like other brands.

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.

5-0 out of 5 stars Answer to BNC question from Sep 17
If you need a BNC connector, you have to buy the EN104 or the EN108. The 'TP' designator on an EN product means it only supports 'twisted pair' or the RJ-45 connectors.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can i connect my BNC-cable?
I would like to know or i can connect this HUB to my BNC (or Coax in Dutch) Network. Can somebody help me?

Greetings, ... Read more


142. NETGEAR FA510 32-bit CardBus Moble Adapter (10/100 Mbps)
list price: $100.00
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Asin: B00002EQD0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 26015
Average Customer Review: 2.82 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With the Netgear PC FA-501 10/100Mbps 32-bit CardBus Adapter for notebook PCs, your laptop or notebook PC becomes compatible with 10 Mbps Ethernet, and your migration to 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet is built in with 10/100 dual-speed technology.

Netgear PC cards are compatible with Windows Plug and Play, making installation a simple one-step process. This card is also FA510 32-bit CardBus compatible, providing maximum 100 Mbps network performance. ... Read more

Features

  • Network card for notebook PCs
  • 10/100 network performance
  • 32-bit bus speed
  • Plug and Play support
  • Free 24-hour phone support

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Does its job pretty well for this kind of money
I use Windows 2000 on the laptop.

Install was relatively easy. When I inserted the card, Windows 2000 immediately installed a generic driver, without asking any questions (as far as I remember). I needed to replace it with NetGear's driver, but it was not very hard to do.

One of the reviewers here complained that the card has problems with "foreign" cables. Mine worked fine with a 50ft network cable that I bought separetely.

I measured the network speed, and it is not very great, but acceptable. I got about 3MBytes/second when copying 100MB file using NetBEUI protocol. I used to have 6-7MB/sec at work (with SMC cards).

Many people say the dongle break easily. I have the card only for a couple of days, so I did not have enough time to break it yet. But at work I have a D-Link card with the same kind of dongle, and it did not break for at least a year. You just need to handle it with respect :)

1-0 out of 5 stars Dont' dare
This is terrible product. The connection between the network card and yout note book depends on a connecting wire which gets destroyed easily. No oned carry the accessory, so you have to order it fro about [money amount]+ S&H

1-0 out of 5 stars Come on folks.. lets get the specs right
OK, fine. I'm the first to admit that I'm not a tech head. That's why I always do my best to match product specs with the system I am buying for. After doing this to the best of my ability it was annoying to realize that this card did not fit into the PCMCIA slots on either of my 4 year old laptops. The company provided specs need to be more straight forward.

1-0 out of 5 stars Turned out to be big dissapointment
After about a month of good work the card died without any visible reason. Windows continued to see the card correctly, but it kept saying that network cable is disconnected.

Indeed, the lights on the dongle were out, as well as the lights on the router. I tried different cables, but it did not help. I sent the card to NetGear for replacement.

I got another card. It worked fine for a week and then began to show bad contact between the dongle and the card. I needed to adjust the dongle in its slot slightly in order to make it work. Slight movement caused the contact to stop.

In both cases the dongle was physically intact, and I handled it with care. I did not expose it to extreme pressures or to dirty environments.

I gave it up and ordered LinkSys PCM200 card with integrated connector - no more dongles!

2-0 out of 5 stars Windows NT nightmare
This product is not well supported for the Windows NT environment. They blame the configuration problems on the laptop manufacturer who in turn blames Netgear. The real culprit is probably NT, but Netgear they shouldn't advertise it for NT if they can't support it. ... Read more


143. Netgear WGR615V Wireless-G Router w/Phone Adapter ready for Vonage® Internet Phone Service
list price: $181.00
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Asin: B0002ZH6PK
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 (Vonage® Internet Phone subscription required)
  • Allows all your PC's to share a single broadband connection and connect to Vonage® Internet Phone Service
  • Many free phone features including Voicemail, Caller ID, Call Waiting
  • When you sign up for Vonage service, receive online account management, online retrieval of voicemail, and you can keep your existing phone number
  • Also Includes 3-port switch and SPI Firewall for intrusion attempt detection and prevention

144. Fa311 10/100 Pci Nic Rj-45 50-pack(1 Set Of Drivers And Manual)

Asin: B000063V7O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 60677
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Features

  • 8-port dual-speed hub
  • Very small footprint
  • LEDs integrated into the RJ-45 jacks to clearly show status and bandwidth use
  • Push button RJ-45 uplink port for expansion
  • Type 2 repeater

145. Netgear FS726 24-Port 10/100 Fast Ethernet Switch with Gigabit Slots
list price: $825.99
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Asin: B000063V02
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 41529
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146. NETGEAR FS518T 18 Port Fast Ethernet Switch (10/100/1000)
list price: $970.99
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Asin: B00004ZA4Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 51320
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Features

  • Features Copper Gigabit ports for superior performance
  • Plug and Play installation
  • Offers the fastest and simplest way to move to Gigabit speeds

147. Netgear EN308TC 8-Port ethernet Hub with Rear Facing ports, BNC, & Uplink Button
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B00004Z7LD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 36778
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148. Netgear WB302 Multimedia Wireless Home Networking Kit
list price: $335.95
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Asin: B00005NOKV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 67095
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149. 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


150. 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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151. Netgear FS517TS 17-Port 10/100 Mbps Stackable Fast Ethernet Switch with Gigabit Port
list price: $909.99
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Asin: B000063V05
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 66086
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Gigabit server connection for the small office!
With the advent of blazing fast network speeds and the ability of Windows 2000 Server to deliver large files on the LAN with an appetite for more who wouldn't want to add a gigabit port (1000Mbps) to the switch at the office! Thanks to the Netgear FS517TS there is an affordable solution.

With 16 ports for 10/100 Mbps clients an a gigabit port for the server there is no longer the huge bottleneck that many LANs experience when multiple clients all try to access network resources on the server at the same time. Set your clients to full duplex and see your network speeds double!

I can't say enough good things about this component, speed, easy of use, and practicality are just a few. But the part that got me hook was the price!

Be sure to use a gigabit server NIC to take advantage of the gigabit port. I recommend the 3Com 3C966B-T and a quality Cat6 ethernet cable. ... Read more


152. Netgear RO318 DSL/Cable Internet Security Router
list price: $240.00
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Asin: B00005KJNL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 28093
Average Customer Review: 3.42 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Provides eight 10/100 Mbps ports for connecting PCs or other devices on the LAN
  • Includes a cable/DSL Ethernet port for Internet access sharing
  • Features Stateful Packet Inspection and Denial of Service protection
  • E-mail reports and alerts on hacker attempts and browsing activities
  • 5-year warranty

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Flawless, efficient and easy-to-use. Highly recommended.
Here's the summary of my experience with this unit (3+ months). In these months, there' never been any need to touch the router AT ALL. This baby becomes INVISIBLE as far as your network hassles... After you've decided to get this router, make sure you upgrade the firmware to the latest available from netgear.

1. Installation is very easy. The user interface is web-browser based and in five minutes you are set to go. The DHCP server in the router OS handles my ethernet cards from various vendors very well. I have used xircom, netgear, 3Com, Melco/Buffalo, and Dell (rebranded 3Com) cards, plus the Trendnet CompactFlash ethernet card (for my Ipaq PocketPC). All work smoothly with this unit.

2. The router is extremely fast. On my cable modem connection, I regularly get speeds of 1.5 Mbps which are limited by the cable provider's setup, NOT by the RO318 router.

3. It has EIGHT ethernet ports. You may quickly find that the four ports on the popular router models are quickly taken and you are left wishing you had more than four.

4. The ethernet LAN ports are SWITCHED, not hub-based which means FASTER connection speeds.

5. I don't know about you, but I like a well-designed box. This unit looks and feels very elegant, sturdy and solid.

6. For the more technically advanced user, there IS a telnet based command-line configuration interface....

You can read more about its security capabilities at the review....

I recommend this routher without any reservations whatsoever. It's the best bang for the buck.

In closing I must say I am surprised by the other reviewer who seems to have missed all that's good and useful in this router, which is what 99.9% of users need (and the rest 0.1% can live with quite comfortably).

4-0 out of 5 stars Good protection, easy to use and reliable
We are a Netgear home-office. We upgraded to the RO318 security router from the Netgear FS108 ethernet bridge and have been happy ever since.

We chose this router to free up our main office computer from duty as the internet server to our network. With this piece of gear our high speed DSL connection goes directly to the router which in turn acts as a great little network server to our 7 hardwired workstations plus an additional 3 on a wireless sub-system. Once we were set up, we've never had to worry about anything else.

We used the web-browser based set-up feature which was really easy to use and only took a few minutes. You need to know and have your various DSL settings ready such as static IP address etc.

The firewall is effective and configurable to send an email alert when an attack is detected.

The additional feature I love is the integrated keyword or address-based (www. ..) web filter....You can easily configure it to send you a report of attempts to access inappropriate sites.

This is a great little piece of equipment that has a lot of useful features for the small office or home network.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good product, missing some features
It works well as a statefull firewall. What it is missing: The ability to block inbound (or outbound) ip addresses/ranges. I had a few spammers touching my server > 1 per min - it would have been nice if I could block them at the firewall.

3-0 out of 5 stars Problems if running a DNS/DHCP server
The RO318 works wonderfully--if you let it be the DHCP server--but I run a Windows 2000 server acting as DHCP/DNS server for the domain.
If you disable the RO318's DHCP you can no longer plug in the WAN's (ISP) pri/sec DNS servers. You have no control over the external DNS servers being used, and the DNS entries are not past to the clients (ipconfig/all just brings up the router's IP for DNS, whereas if the RO318's DHCP is used ipconfig/all shows the ISP DNS servers). In my opinion that is serious bug/oversight...I pointed this out as an issue to support. In addition to limiting your control to your ISP configuration, it interfers with Active Directory's communication to the clients (W2K-SP2):
"Event ID 1000; Source: Userenv; Windows cannot determine the user or computer name. Return value (1722)." You can still ping boxes on the domain, and use UNC path to them, but run into problems when adding users into groups (policy problems/domain can't be reached). Issue is that certain elements of the LAN traffic are not being routed to the internal DNS server through the router. Work around is to hard code into the clients the IP for the internal DNS server...which of course means you can no longer access the internet, so you're faced with modifying the clients in order to accomplish certain tasks.
In my opinion if your not running a server on your LAN this is a very fine piece of hardware, but if you are, or your planning to, you might look to other hardware. I have on order the Linksys BEFSR81 now in hopes that it will do a better job in a server/client config. Hope that helps somebody out there. >:~) Peace.

5-0 out of 5 stars Netgear RO318 DSL/Cable Internet Security Router
I design Networks for a living, and so I have some pretty high expectations for any device I would have to spend my money on. The Netgear RO318 DSL/Cable Internet Security Router meets those and more.

Since I was getting home broadband for the first time, I researched both DSL and Cable before deciding on cable. Higher speeds were a draw, the arguments about being a shared media are lame - all networks are eventually a shared media, and the security issues workable. Finally, the grief and agony of DSL installs are things of legend, as is their (lack of) reliability.

Installing the router was a breeze, although it wouldn't fit the space available in my enclosure, so I mounted it to a plywood backpanel along with filtered power for the 'wall wart' power supply.

A quick visit to the local RJ-45 store for a bag of premade 1M cables, to do cross connects to my cable plant, and we're ready to power up. All green. Even the crossover requirement for the modem is accomodated by using the "Internet" connector on the R0-318.

Next, run the Cable modem software provided by AT&T broadband. Totally uneventful. Although I did have to reboot my system 4 times, my interaction was pretty much limited to operating the Enter key, and the IP config was done on my trusty Thinkpad.

Finally, run the RO318 software. Since the AT&T software had already detected the router, all the basic settings were either done or DHCP'd and I was up and running. To date my slowest downloads have been ~75K (600KBPS) and I have seen almost 200K (that's T-1+!) on several occaisions. No crashes.

Since I'm not a gamer, I can't comment on what in a game could possibly cause a router to crash (Layer 3 vs Layer 7 on the OSI model and all that), but having downloads at home that are faster than our very industrial, load balanced, Checkpointed, redundant T-3 internet access at work has certainly put a grin on my face. And, having experienced zero downtime in the two week I've been operating is pretty happening as well.

HTTPing into the advance firewall setup is a pleasant surprise, although if you don't understand the impact of blocking or opening specific IP ports, be happy to look, and don't touch.

Overall, this is a great device. I'm thinking about running one through our lab to really load it down and see how it handle s major stress, then having a CISSP review what the firewall and VPN passthrough (necessary for LargeCo teleworkers). Considering that it's commercial equivalent could easily cost $30 to $40 thousand, the Netgear RO318 is a screaming deal. ... Read more


153. Netgear GA302T-05 Gigabit Ethernet PCI Adapter 32-Bit (Copper) 5-Pack

Asin: B00006HXRP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
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154. Netgear GS104 4-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch

Asin: B00006HXSK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 28440
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4 tri-speed auto-switch ports
  • 10/100/1000 w/Auto Uplink
  • 2000Mbps max. on each port

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly noisy, but fast
The Netgear GS104 switch is well-built, like most netgear equipment, and it's nice to have a switch that's in a strong, solid metal case. The switch is also certainly peppy enough, given PCs with gigabit ethernet cards. However, I've got two complaints about it.

1. It gets pretty warm, and
2. It makes an annoying squeal or buzzing noise (somewhat like two or more of the ports are unconnected or connected to a device that's powered off. Once the third connection is enabled, it's silent. There's no fan, so when at least three connections are on, there's no noise at all.

For a switch intended for desktop use, where not all ports are always connected to powered-up equipment, the squealing/buzzing noise is very unpleasant. If you're sure to have at least three of the four ports connected and powered on during the time you'll be within 10 feet of the switch, it's a great unit. Otherwise, you might want to look for something quieter. ... Read more


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