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NetGear D7000 Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router (FTTN Compatible) $175.75 Delivered @ Wireless 1

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https://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=Netgear+d7...

Staticice link for comparison, seems a good price for a decent modem/router.

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    I just bought this modem for $250 after price match at JB.
    A really good modem just the user interface really needs a good polish, it seems just one update from what the original Wolfenstein looked like. I couldn't get 5G to enable even though it showed through the web portal, I tried their app and it said 5G wasn't enabled after enabling it through the app it works.
    there is no where to bandwidth limit the guest account.

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    Awesome price for this model. Works great on FTTN connections. 3 xboxes and Ps4 and various other devices conected. OPen nat on all consoles. Firmware is sufficiently mature now.
    Interface is functional at best, but hopefully you wont need to access it too often.

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    Add some more product tags like

    • modem router
    • netgear
    • nighthawk
    • d7000
    • fttn
    • ac1900

    So we can find these deals much easier.

    Also activate the product list in the right hand side.

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    Is it HFC compatible? Thank you…
    So many kinds of NBN and so confused…

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    Is there any point upgrading to this from an Archer D7 on an ADSL2+ connection? Apologies for the noob question.

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      If you are going to have NBN (either FTTP or FTTN, though if you have FTTP you could just get the Router version) soon, then you could get this now to use with ADSL2 and transition over to NBN soon after.

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      Has your Archer D7 started frequently freezing recently?

      Lots of people reporting problems with it on Whirlpool

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    This has been a problematic modem router. Check whirlpool discussions on this. Just returned mine and swap it with a tplink.

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      What issues have you had? I've had absolutely none

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        It will stop connecting to 2.4gHz after a while even after resets and replacements from netgear. Hope yours won't have any issues!

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          Yep, mine was out of warranty with this issue. I'm troubleshooting it now with some newer firmware but with no luck so far. I'm pretty peeved.

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    Mine has been running fine for a few months now. It does need a reboot every now and then but it is a very solid router….especially at this price!

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    I think there is a Version 2 (V2) model that supersedes this for around the $225 mark for anyone thats interested.

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    I have the v1 version and from my personal experience it is the most unreliable modem/router. I bought this device in September and ever since I’ve been getting constant drop outs both on the 2.4ghz and 5ghz. Ethernet works perfectly fine on the device. My old Netgear router/modem works fine. After searching on the netgear community and seeing common issues posted by the community with the same device, I filed a warranty replacement to Netgear I ended up speaking to technical support and unfortunately my technical support was expired and passed the 90 days and they required me to pay a technical support subscription for $89 for 6 months. He mentioned that if I paid the subscription he would be able to walk me through the steps in the router settings to ‘fix the issue’ however if it persisted then I would be able to send it back. I did mention to him that I factory resetted the device, updated the firmware & tried changing the channels however the issue still perisisted. So now I can’t get it replaced unless I have to pay for the stupid subscription service.

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      I took mine back to JB hifi after 9 months with drop out issues it required constant resetting, got a replacement under warranty (the V2) and it hasn't missed a beat since.

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      Always quote you are protected by consumer law to get a replacement or refund for a faulty product. For its price, it should last you more than a year.

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    I bought this router about 6 months back. The 2.4ghz band keeps having issues and needs the router be be restarted very often. I'll be returning mine to Harvey Norman soon

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    The NetGear D7000 has a broadcom chip and the NetGear D7000 version 2 has Lantiq [Intel chip].Someone mention if you place a small fan

    near the NetGear D7000 V1 it will stop it over heating and dropping connection

    Or a laptop cooling pad