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Incompatable with air card on their compatable lis7/22/2011
Purchased for use with a Virgin Mobile (Sprint pre-paid) MC760 air card based on Netgear’s compatibility list. Guess what… Not compatible after all. Luckily I was able to get Windows internet sharing to work well enough that I can survive without the router. My recommendation? Save your money and don’t buy it.
This POS is incompatible with the Pantech UML290 and Netgear has no intention of updating it's firmware anytime soon. In fact this router is compatible with only a handful of old modems. It was a $100 lesson but I'll never buy anything with Netgear's name on it again.
We are our own WiFi1/2/2011
A very nice router for the money! We have 4 computers running at the same time and it has no problem keepin up with our demands. We are totally pleased with this purchase.
Worth the wait11/24/2010
Live in an area where cellular access to the Internet is the best option. Have gone through 3 different broadband routers trying to establish a WiFi hotspot in my home. One failed after a month and a 're-furb' was the only option. The other two would continually dropped the connection after a few minutes and then re-dial. The Netgear MBRN3000 was a long time wait--it was announced in January, 2010 and not available until October, but it works great! Automatically loaded and has not dropped a connection once. It is strictly for Internet access via 'aircards' and missing any option to use cable/dsl/satellite service. The wired LAN and wireless hotspot works flawlessly at b/g/n speeds depending on your peripherals. Thank you Netgear!