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NETGEAR ProSAFE Dual Band Wireless-N Access Point (WNDAP360) - Lifetime Warranty

  • Up to 15x speed and 10x coverage of 802.11a, 802.11g networks
  • Concurrent operation in 2.4 and 5 GHz radio band
  • Comprehensive SNMP functionality
  • Integrated PoE
  • Comprehensive security

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Learn more about the Netgear Inc. WNDAP360-100NAS

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • PAUL N.
  • 4/5/2016 7:50:33 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsOK, but I returned it when I found a better product.

Pros: Easy to set up.
Works with both PoE and external power supply (included).
Good low-budget choice if range isn't too important.

Cons: Bulky.
Plastic mounting clips seemed a little lightweight.
Awkward position of external antenna ports prevented attaching "rubber ducky" dipoles. Had to spend extra on a wall-mount antenna and cables.

Other Thoughts: I found a better Netgear model, the WAC 720 2x2 for a little more money. The WAC 720 is built like a real business product, has remote management features, more power, and better range. (It doesn't include an external power supply, but I purchased a PoE power injector for less money than a wall wart.)

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat Reliable WAP

Pros: Very good range, Dual Band, clean look with no external antenna, Very Reliable. Tech support is available and knowledgeable, very helpful. 3x3 MIMO.

Cons: No cons. Tech Support helped eliminate any negatives that could have popped up due to my lack of training on product.

Other Thoughts: After firmware upgrading Cisco product 3 times in 1 day, threw out and installed Netgear. With assistance from Tech Support the 5 WAPs installed in 100k sq ft building with steel rims floor to ceiling, all works great for employees moving product around facility with hand held Wi Fi devices

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  • Daniel H.
  • 6/30/2014 8:40:27 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsRandom Disconnects Junk

Pros: Concurrent 2.4/5ghz - if it worked, but it doesnt

Cons: Picks some clients and will not let them connect, or disconnects them constantly. Claims Malformed packets in packet capture but I don't see it, and the Ubiquity and Engenius Access points seem to think the packets are ok, they let those clients connect.

Other Thoughts: We have invested $3000 in 12 of these, what a huge blunder on my part. I should have learned from the WG302s we got that never worked well. Netgear just cannot put out a good WLAN product. They work in a test environment, but when put in production where they will encounter other types of WiFi chipsets they fail miserably. I will never purchase another Netgear WLAN product.

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  • Matthew K.
  • 11/7/2013 8:09:35 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsI would stay away

Pros: Good range, nice looking. Comes with mounting hardware and everything.

Cons: Terrible, horrible web interface to configure. It is slow and times out constantly. Very painful to setup. The issue seems to happen once you change the default IP address, so my advice would be to configure EVERYTHING first, then change the default IP address of the AP. Otherwise get ready for page timeouts and hangs while trying to configure this through a browser (and it doesn't matter which browser).

Could not get bridging to work between 2 of these, but devices did work as AP when connecting directly to ethernet. Signal was good, but reliability seems to be an issue. I haven't personally had any reports yet, but I have read other reviews of people saying various devices have trouble connecting to these APs.

Other Thoughts: These were priced decently and had all the features I needed, but turned out to be a nightmare to configure and setup. I wish I had gone with a cisco or some other brand.

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4 out of 5 eggsGreat Budget Business AP

Pros: Price, Looks, Mounting Hardware, Interface, Configuration capabilities.
- AP allows for easy VLAN config and great channel bandwidth choices.
- Netgear interface is like all netgears, its awesome and easy, or awesome-easy... but I configure SonicWALL's all day everyday and netgear is childs play.
- This thing is huge but very sexy, probably the sexiest AP ive seen.
- device identification LEDs are great as well.
- Havent found much that is lacking, simple yet robust, its a prosafe and a netgear product. perfect business budget device with many capabilities.

Cons: - no external antenna availability for 5Ghz band
- umm.... ill let you know

Other Thoughts: - I will be testing in a very dense EXTREMELY HIGH demand environment. After initial setup and test I am leaning towards the DUAL RADIO & DUAL BAND instead of just the DUAL BAND. so am leaning and recommending the WNDAP660 instead of the 360 for dense and high demand areas if you can afford it.

Looks and mounts are a plus

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  • Daniel B.
  • 10/9/2012 6:39:07 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSatisified with this Product

Pros: Admin access provides config options from simple to complex setup, including RADIUS; range is adequate

Cons: None encountered

Other Thoughts: Setup one of these for small business use; IT staff of 5 reply solely on connectivity through this unit, as well as 10 or so business users. Over the past 10 months it has provided reliable wireless network access. Plan to add 2 more units to our facility.

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  • Eric G.
  • 3/9/2012 6:59:58 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks as Advertised.

Pros: Good range. Easy to mount/unmount on surface. POE. Dual radios. Two External 2.4Ghz connections! Power adjustabe. Schedule on/off for each radio.

Cons: Could have more scheduling option on the menu. Would like to be able to schedule each VLAN on/off ... I have my reasons. No Serial adaptor provided.

Other Thoughts: Solid signal when located properly. Excellent range especially with external antennas on the 2.4Ghz _BN side. The 5Ghz _NA range is as advertized and even better for me as I mounted high on a wall. I set the radio power output to 1/8 for 5Ghz and 2.4GHz without any range issues. Location Location Location. It has a great mounting system, easy to remove and re-attach to the mounting bracket. Front to back radiation is excellent as long as you avoid placing it near metal. Used POE. :)
Easy to configure, but not for the uninitiated. You must be patient using the web interface when making changes. I preferred configuration with the serial port. (Not recommended for the uninitiated.) I named each radio SSID differently and experimented with different bandwidths 20/40Mhz. It all works as advertized.
I have a relatively light load right now at this location, but all the ipads, laptops, internet cams etc connect and perform much better on N than on G! Quite pleased with the performance

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  • Larry M.
  • 1/20/2012 6:44:00 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsI thought it'd be good

Pros: It looks pretty. Has external antenna connections and a serial console port. Included tile ceiling mounting kit and is Gigbit PoE powered. Theoretical 300Mbps connection speeds.

Cons: We bought 16 of these. The web GUI is way too complicated and redundant. WEP does NOT work at all. No wifi device (laptop, tablet, USB wifi adapter, phones, etc) can connect via WEP. It just flat fails to connect. WPA/WPA2 should be faster than WEP, but none of the 90 tablets that we have will stay connected to any of the APs if more than just a couple are connected. I've done everything I can do make them work, to include upgrading firmware, downgrading firmware, changing channels, changing max speed, channel spacing, guard interval.. Nothing seems to make these work. I want to send them all back and buy something else. I was hopeful we'd get a real winner, instead it's a dud. Cheaper standalone wifi APs work just fine with the exact same WPA or WPA2 encryption, so I know it's not the tablets or computers. Too bad our organization doesn't have the funds to buy the good stuff from other companies! It makes me pull my hair when people have to keep complaining the the wifi doesn't work!

Other Thoughts: No encryption seems to work fine. I used to be content with Netgear. But I think I'm moving on to something else. I can't rely on it anymore.

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  • oje A.
  • 11/20/2011 2:11:14 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

1 out of 5 eggsNo difference that consumer grade products

Pros: Lots of great business grade features. Multiple VLans, SSIDs , limit access to LAN etc

Cons: I bought this thinking that I'd get better reliability than other netgear wireless products.... the model number ends with 4500... you might you know it.

Noticed packet loss while pinging interface

Slow to update configuration

Started dropping connections after a week of operation
Returned item to vendor

Other Thoughts: I bought this product from another site but I love Newegg and couldn't find review anywhere online for this product.... don't waste your time. Hope this helps other peeps.

In the end I ended up getting a Cisco 1042 Aironet..... it's expensive but at least it's reliable.

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