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01-Sep-2016 04:11 by 9 Comments

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products/wirelessrouters/high-performance/dgnd3700Just been announced. I havent had time to look at it in details but I wonder what are the main differences between this and the WNDR3700 I will be looking at to see what will be their review especially about the performance of wireless.

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Did not have any issues setting it up, until I decided to change the LAN ip scheme.I was use to having a 10.1.1.1 setup and my services were configured to use that IP range, but the default on this router was 192.168.0.1.After I changed it to my preferred setup, I noticed that there was some issues getting an IP over wireless.My laptop and PC kept dropping the connection when it couldnt get an IP.After a reboot of the router and machines, all appears to be working in that regards fine now.I've setup the dual networks, normal and guest for both 2.4ghz and 5ghz.

I have yet to test out the 5ghz as I don't have any recievers that are dualband yet. I'm on a far corner of a second story house with the router sitting down stairs on the other end in the kitchen and I get full reception with it connecting at 300mbps.

I've also tried out the readyshare feature to share usb drives.

It works great with a 4gb stick, but when I plugged in a fairly old 2.5" buffalo drive it made the router unstable and it kept rebooting every 2 minutes.

I'll have to try another external drive when I get time, but I think it may be because it wasn't getting enough power to the drive. I was reaching about 9MB/s over wireless and the same through gigabit.

I think though that is a bottleneck because of the USB stick.

It should be faster with an external drive plugged in (if it holds stable). I have a Asus Eeebox I use for as a web server and fileserver which usually sits under the router.