Networking

Netgear Releases the Open Source WNR3500L Router

The Netgear RangeMax WNR3500L has the some nice features like wirless N and gigibit ports but what separates it from the rest is the open source possibilities. The WNR3500L is designed to handle different types of Linux firmware versions like Open-WRT and Tomato. This makes it highly customizable. Open-Source Router, Community and Development Partner program […]


Netgear Launches the RangeMax Dual Band Router

Netgear launched the WNDR3700 which is the RangeMax dual band wireless-N gigabit router. The router has some impressive features like dual band that operates at 2.4GHz and 5GHz for a throughput of 600 Mpbs, USB port, 4 gig ports and works with DLNA. I also likes that it gives you a bandwidth summery. It is […]


Hands On the Netgear MoCA Networking Kit

The Netgear MoCA networking kit allows you to create a wired network with existing coax cable in your house. ZatzNotFunny has a hands on with the kit and the results are good. Setup was fairly simple. I didn’t realize that you could put the MoCA kit between the wall and the TV and the TV […]


Netgear XAVB1004 Powerline Network Switch Now Available

The Netgear XAVB1004 is now available for order. Powerline network devices have been growing in popularity. There are still lots of devices, like game consoles, that don’t have wireless. Unless you have a newer home with wired network you need a way to get those devices internet without drilling holes and running cable. The nice […]