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NetGear D7000 AC1900 Wi-Fi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router $207.20 Delivered @ Sydneytec eBay



Item AU $259.00
Postage Free
Vouchers -AU $51.80
Order total AU $207.20

Full Specifications

*Model: D7000
*Wireless Type: Wireless-AC
*Ethernet Type: Gigabit Ethernet
*WiFi Frequency Band: 2.4GHz & 5GHz (Dual Band)

Security Features
* Customized free URL to set up personal FTP server
* VPN support—secure remote access
* Guest network access—separate & secure
* WiFi Protected Access® (WPA/WPA2—PSK)
* Double firewall protection (SPI and NAT)
* Denial-of-service (DoS) attack prevention

Key Features
* Extreme WiFi speed—Up to 1900 Mbps†
* 1GHz dual-core processor
* Fast DSL modem for fibre broadband
* Compatible with ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ and VDSL/VDSL2
* VPN support—Secure access to your home network
* ReadySHARE Vault—Software for automatic PC backup to USB hard drive connected to the router
* NETGEAR genie® App—Enjoy more of your connected home

* Two (2) USB 3.0 ports
* One (1) DSL port
* IEEE® 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz + 256 QAM support
* IEEE® 802.11 a/n/ac 5.0GHz
* Five (5) 10/100/1000 Mbps—(1 WAN & 4 LAN) Gigabit Ethernet ports
* Advanced Features
* 11.22 x 7.26 x 1.97 in (285 x 185 x 50 mm)Dimensions
* 2 Year Warranty

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  • +2 votes

    check whirlpool (or just google), wifi on this modem drops out contently, people have to keep rebooting the modem to get the wifi back.

    they called netgear and netgear have no fix for it, many people went to get refund from where they got it from.


      Opps, Mine does same thing, I always thought it was my ISP. lol might look to buy a new one.



        I don't understand why you'd think your ISP causes WIFI to drop out? I presume you had no wired devices connected?

        Just curious, not knocking you.


          WIFI signal does not drop out, just the internet access. yea I do not have any wire devices connected other than one powerline adapter


      I got this one and have a similar issue. Ping goes up to 1000ms when someone at home is watching youtube. I now use a different modem and D7000 just as a wifi router. No problem now.


      Yeah I have one and it isnt great constant drop outs and the WIFI range is terrible.


    I had the R7000 (Router only version) never had any issues; only rebooted during firmware updates.


    I have used this modem for 2 years for now,
    The first year, i have no problem with it, until i moved to a new place and i started getting problem.
    It was Telstra on my first year, and i changed to TPG in my new place. I started getting internet drop out, and have to reboot constantly, i assume its TPG problem.
    Until recently i relocate my house furniture and the modem its directly next to the internet port (wall socket) and i no longer getting any problem.

    In the place where i used to stay the modem was next to the port as well, although i don't know why does that help because its using the same cable (phone line) to connect the socket to AC1900..

    But atleast this solve my problem, for anyone who have this modem… give it a try on this :)


    2.4ghz problems as you can find on Whirlpool, piece of crap, would get a similar tp link instead.

    Netgear support is dreadful too, never again