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Netgear Inc. D6200-100NAS Ultimate Performance Dual Band AC Gigabit Wireless Router (Built-in ADSL2+ Modem)

  • 800Mhz Processor
  • 128MB RAM & 128MB Flash
  • Dual Band AC 300 + 867 Mbps
  • Built-in ADSL2+ Modem
  • Gigabit Wired
  • Up to 3x faster than 802.11n
  • ReadyShare USB Storage Access

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  • RHETT W.
  • 7/12/2014 7:29:13 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsJust ok, now worse

Pros: Modem and wireless in one.

Cons: It worked fairly well for 6 months or so and now after 13 months it sucks. Hook it up and turn it on and wait. It takes at least twice as long to boot up and grab the DSL signal them any other modem I have ever used. Now thats not such a big problem until I started having to reboot the unit several times a day because the transfer rate slows to a crawl. Most times I have to switch to an old modem while the netgear cools down. also you can't mount it to a wall which would be nice.

Other Thoughts: The price is so over the top. Way to high.

Manufacturer Response:

Hey Raptorman,

Please check out our forums and post any questions you may have.

We apologize that your D6200 isn't running properly and hope to see you at our forums.



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  • Toua Y.
  • 1/28/2014 1:12:02 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsWhy did I buy this?

Pros: I really can't find any Pros to rave about. Certainly not the price or performance. It does have 4 1GB ports, which I like.

Cons: I've been using D-Link products for years and have never had problems. I don't know what made me switch to a Netgear device, but I had to switch to something with more bandwidth. I have 10-15 devices that use Internet in my house and my old D-Link of 9 years is getting bogged down.

Their parental control is done through opendns. It's not even built into the unit. For ever device that you want to bypass parental controls you have to install Netgear Genie on that device....just stupid.

You can't forward an external port to an internal port like every other device out there.

You can't create a group of devices to block.

Scheduling kinda's either on or off

Signal is very weak. Thing thing claims to boost signal strength, but it doesn't. I only get full bars of wi-fi on my phone if i'm within 5 feet. As soon as I step away, I'm down to 1-3 bars.

Other Thoughts: I hope most of the problems can be fixed with a firmware upgrade someday. I am a Systems Admin so I deal a lot with firewalls and switches. For the price point of this device I was hoping it would do some of the simple tasks that are built in with D-Link products. I don't use the USB port on the back, it doesn't look like a good idea. This device seems to under powered to be streaming media and besides, I have a dedicated server with Plex for my media streaming needs.

Manufacturer Response:

Hey Masterasia,

We want to thank you for the review and would like to offer our assistance if you'd like. You can reach our support team at at any time.

If for some reason they are unable to assist then you can contact us directly at Be sure to provide a copy and paste of your review and any case numebrs you get from support.



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5 out of 5 eggsPleased

Pros: Gigabit lan is much faster than the previous 10/100 model I had. Netgear has a very user friendly interface which makes setup a breeze. Each unit is shipped with its own unique wireless WPA key so there is no need to change it (unless you want to) and it is easily found on a sticker on the router... so you can't loose it. Of course Netgear support is wonderful if you do need thier services.

Cons: The original unit I received work great initially.. but after about 1 week started to continually drop the DSL connection... I would reconnect the old router and it would hold connection with no issues. As time went on its abiltiy to hold the connection eventually failed all-together. Netgear covered the unit under terms of their warranty and sent a replacement which came with all the paperwork I needed to send the other one back. Maybe the luck of getting the one in 1000 that are bad from the start? Not a con really but an annoyance at best... I set the router up to email the logs at 12 AM and it sends them to me at NOON... uhm guys... 12 Noon is 12 PM. 12 AM is Midnight.

Other Thoughts: Anyway... if you want your logs emailed to you at Midniight you better tell it to send them at 12 PM. Certainly worth upgrading the lan to Gigabit speed capabilities... anyone working with large files on a routine basis as I do will appreciate the drop in time that it takes to transfer them from one computer to another.

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  • Benjamin S.
  • 5/27/2013 7:21:39 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent

Pros: All I had to do to get the DSL working was run the setup wizard, which is mostly automatic. Happy enough with the user interface; options seem good enough for my uses, though the help/documentation is a little lackluster in spots. Improved my download speeds by about 10% (300Kb/s to 330Kb/s) and handles multiple downloads/uploads, including torrents, very well. Bandwidth doesn't seem to stall like it would with my last modem, with the network being up but pages and downloads randomly slowing to a crawl. I have yet to reset this thing after first setting it up; my previous network, which included a wired modem in bridge mode and a separate wireless N router, needed to be cycled multiple times per day.

Cons: AC adapters have yet to mature (price, reliability). There is no competition for this thing right now, which means the price will remain high for a while yet. Additionally, Wirelesss AD is already in the works, but according to the Wiki will not start showing up until 2014. If you already have a good network set-up, you may want to wait for that. Personally, my devices were ancient and never really worked all that well to begin with, so I am happy with this as a long-term upgrade.

Other Thoughts: This modem/router is overkill for my network (3mb DSL with 3-5 devices) but it's also working flawlessly, something I've never experienced in networking before. It's way expensive and I have no devices yet capable of taking advantage of Wireless AC, but I'm pretty excited about the slight bandwidth boost, peace of mind (again, haven't had to reset it once) and futureproofing.
Final note, using Verizon's comically outdated PPPoE DSL for those concerned about compatibility.

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