The Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Router WNDR3400 supports true dual-band and offers fast wireless performance and long range. It has a useful set of networking features, such as Guest zone, network storage, traffic meter, and USB external hard-drive support for network storage. Also, it’s aesthetically pleasing and comes with an intuitive Web interface, all at an affordable price.
It has the stellar performance and features of a high-end wireless router and offers all-round great wireless performance on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands with excellent range, especially on the 2.4GHz band.
If you’re looking for a well-rounded wireless router for your home and don’t want to spend much, the WNDR3400 is your only choice.
The DD-WRT Advantage
DD-WRT is an open-source alternative firmware for routers. Its software unlocks features that are not ordinarily present in Netgear WNDR3400. It is, unarguably, the best aftermarket router firmware upgrade around. It is a popular router firmware choice for hobbyists, homes, businesses and router manufacturers as well. Put simply, DD-WRT Turns Netgear WNDR3400 into a turbo-powered router.
Indeed, your router is only as good as its firmware. DD-WRT has been flashed on the WNDR3400 router in order to grant the user extra functionality, which hardware manufacturers seem reluctant to include in stock software.
The WNDR3400 is capable of simultaneously broadcasting Wireless-N signals on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. The 2.4GHz is the popular wireless band shared with other home devices such as cordless phones and Bluetooth headsets. The 5GHz band is somewhat more exclusive and therefore should offer better throughput performance. By being dual-band, the WNDR3400 supports virtually all existing network clients.
The WNDR3400 comes with a USB port for NAS function. The router supports hard drives formatted in both NTFS and FAT32 file systems. This means you can just plug in your current external hard drive with data already on it and share it with the rest of the network. The router supports Windows’ SMB protocol, which allows any computer in the network to access its storage using a network browser (such as Windows Explorer) without having any additional software installed. It also supports Macs and the shares will automatically appear in Finder.
The router restricts access to this NAS storage via password. You can set a password for read-only access and another for read/write access to a particular folder on the external hard drive. Once set, the restriction is applied to anyone wanting to access that folder. The router’s NAS feature can also handle other NAS functions such as FTP and HTTP. You can also set up remote connections to access the data via Internet.
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