Fast Internet speed and dual band WiFi for smooth gaming and HD video streaming. With an integrated DSL modem you won’t need a separate modem from your service provider. Setup and control is ultra-easy using NETGEAR genie.
• Built-in ADSL2+ modem
• Get fast WiFi speed—up to 600 Mbps
• Dual Band WiFi reduces interfernce and doubles bandwidth
• Wirelessly acess and share USB hard drive and printer
• Easily manage your home network with the NETGEAR genie apps
• Ethernet WAN—for fibre Internet connection
• Improves WiFi range for large homes
• USB 2.0 port offers high-speed, USB storage-ready access
Everything you need for a fast connected home. Any place you need speed, with NETGEAR you got it. Fast download speeds up to 600 Mbps. WiFi with dual band technology provides whole home coverage with Gigabit wired connections.
• Faster WiFi—Up to 300+300 Mbps†
• Gigabit wired—Ideal for HD gaming and video
• Cable or fibre—Also connects to Cable modem via Gigabit Ethernet WAN port
Got range? Homes come in all shapes and sizes and N600 WiFi DSL Modem Router provides WiFi connectivity throughout your home for all your Internet-enabled devices.
• Better range—WiFi coverage throughout large homes
There’s nothing more frustrating than lost connections! With NETGEAR’s advanced features & best-in-class technology, you’ll reduce interference & enjoy more reliable WiFi connectivity.
• Simultaneous dual band—Reduces WiFi interference & doubles bandwidth
• Advanced QoS—Optimized for smooth HD streaming & gaming
With NETGEAR, sharing across your network is fun and easy, like accessing stored photos & music.
• DLNA®—Find and play your media on DLNA TVs,game consoles & media players
• ReadySHARE® USB access—Wirelessly access & share USB hard drive
Ease of Use
Start enjoying your new device faster than ever. NETGEAR wants to make sure installation and management is simple & easy, so you can connect quickly & make sure you stay that way!
• Easy install—Easy setup for iPad®, tablets, smartphones and computers
• NETGEAR genie® App—Personal dashboard to monitor, control and repair your home network from a smartphone, tablet or computer
• Push ‘N’ Connect—Easy push button WiFi connections (WPS)
• WiFi and power on/off—Convenient power savings
Maintain the highest security across your network to ensure your privacy & family is safe while online. Whether it’s preventing phishing & spyware or just limiting access for kids & guests, NETGEAR has you covered.
• Parental controls—Web filtering for all your connected devices
• Guest network access—Separate and secure access for guests
More information can be found in the PDF below:
Features • Built-in ADSL2+ Modem
• N600 WiFi speed—Faster downloads & Internet gaming
• Live parental controls
• Ethernet WAN—For fibre Internet connection
• Works with DSL Internet service providers
• N600 WiFi Modem Router (D3600)
• Ethernet cable
• Phone cable
• ADSL+ phone filter (for Australia/New Zealand)
• Power adapter
• Quick Start Guide
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