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Netgear WNR854T wireless router

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Included since: 19 Feb 2007
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RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N router - Gigabit Edition

Netgear WNR854T wireless router:
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RangeMax NEXT extends the possibilities of your wireless home network by providing a Steady-Stream of up to 300 Mbps†, and is compliant with draft 802.11n‡. This next generation wireless standard utilizes advanced MIMO (Multi-In, Multi-Out) technology, which delivers incredible speed and range, and for the first time provides wireless interoperability at the highest speeds with other products with Top Dog.

A RangeMax NEXT wireless-n network creates and maintains stable connections and enough bandwidth to surf the Internet, download MP3s, make Internet phone calls, share files, play network games, and stream high-definition videos, simultaneously at any distance or location in the home or office†. Because RangeMax NEXT is compatible with all legacy b and g wireless products, you are sure to be connected.

Preset internal antennas and draft 11n-True-Test high-performance testing and tuning, provides maximum performance and high-quality streaming every time. Touchless WiFi Security makes creating the highest level of network security easy and includes WEP, WPA-PSK, or WPA2-PSK. Setup is simple thanks to NETGEAR’s Smart Wizard and 24/7 technical support.
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Netgear WNR854T, IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g, 19.8 oz (560 g), Windows 98/Me/2000/XP; Mac OS, UNIX, Linux, 8.88 x 6.77 x 1.54" (225.5 x 172 x 39 mm), Wireless LAN, 0.3 Gbit/s
Long summary description Netgear WNR854T wireless router :

Netgear WNR854T. Networking standards: IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g. Weight: 19.8 oz (560 g). Compatible operating systems: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP; Mac OS, UNIX, Linux, Dimensions (WxDxH): 8.88 x 6.77 x 1.54" (225.5 x 172 x 39 mm), Networking features: Wireless LAN

This is an auto-generated long summary of Netgear WNR854T wireless router based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
DSL features
Networking standards *
The way in which the network is working, e.g. IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g.
IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g
Supports ISDN connection
MAC address filtering
Security access control method whereby the 48-bit address assigned to each network card is used to determine access to the network. MAC addresses are uniquely assigned to each card, so using MAC filtering on a network permits and denies network access to specific devices through the use of blacklists and whitelists.
Weight & dimensions
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19.8 oz (560 g)
Other features
Compatible operating systems
List of desktop operating systems tested as compatible with this product.
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP; Mac OS, UNIX, Linux
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Dimensions of the product (Width x Depth x Height).
8.88 x 6.77 x 1.54" (225.5 x 172 x 39 mm)
Networking features
Wireless LAN
Maximum data transfer rate
0.3 Gbit/s
xDSL connection
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Testseek has collected 22 expert reviews for Netgear RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router and the average expert rating is 70 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Netgear’s WNR854T commands a $10 premium over Linksys’ WRT300N, a cost that’s easily justified by the former products’ features and performance. Let’s tackle performance first. Netgear’s router looks so sharp that we were skeptical its concealed antenn...
If the 802.11g wireless highway feels a little too reminiscent of your slow commute round the M25, fear not – the draft 802.11n wireless standard gives significantly higher transfer speeds and range. And Netgear’s RangeMax WNR854T is here to b...
Good Fastest Wi-Fi around. Mac compatible. iPod looks...
Bad You’ll need compatible kit. Wireless N still not nailed down...
Bottom line Super-fast speeds and slick looks, although youll need matching cards for top performance...
Youll get top-of-the line quality and very good close-to-midrange performance at modest cost with this updated version of the Netgear RangeMax Next Wireless-N Router Gigabit Edition, WNR854T. At distances up to and including 80 feet, this access poi...
Good Gigabit LAN ports. Great performance at up to 80 feet. URL filtering.
Bad No QoS or 5-GHz band. Relatively slow at 80 feet and beyond.
Bottom line This wireless router may be sleek, but its packed with value, with impressive performance and features...
When we looked at Netgear's DG834N wireless router we alluded to a Gigabit Ethernet equipped version that this vendor had in the pipeline. Now, we've finally got our hands on one. Even better is the fact that it can be had for around half the price we had...
Netgear is a company that needs very little introduction. Theyve been in the networking business since 1996 and have made a name for themselves in terms of quality, performance and price. Today we are taking a look at some of their Draft-N product...
Good Excellent wireless range, Very good wired network performance, Robust security features and scheduling, Easy to use software for the WN121T, Did I say excellent wireless range?...
Bad Mediocre wireless performance (throughput), Poorly designed web interface, Must apply and reboot router between changes.
Bottom line We were very interested to take a look at some draft-N wireless networking hardware and Netgear was kind enough to oblige. Although the performance of these two products is somewhat disappointing, the added range of the RangeMax products is very nice...
Netgear has been a long-time player in the home and office networking game. Given their long heritage, it's not surprising that they are delivering products that show a great deal of refinement both in regards to aesthetics and usability. The WNR854...
Good Wireless range, Performance...
Bad No USB port...
I got a big surprise when I unpacked the Netgear ( RangeMax Next Wireless Router Gigabit Edition WNR854T. Unlike all of its competitors, which decided to outfit their draft-n devices with a more or less elaborate array of antennas, Ne...
Good Tremendous speed at close range, great design, good interface, gigabit switch.
Bad Unsatisfactory performance at long range.
Bottom line The Netgear WNR854T is the fastest of the draft-n routers so far—and it has some great extras, such as a gigabit switch—but it still disappoints at long range...
Netgear’s RangeMax NEXT features a wizard-based installation that’s designed to automatically detect your Internet service provider’s settings, and sets up the router to work with them. The Netgear RangeMax also features Network Address Translation (NAT), a Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall, plus denial of service attack prevention, to keep your network safe from intruders...
Next up in the Draft 2.0 11n review batting order after the D-Link DIR-655 is Netgears WNR854T. Netgear is thinning out its stable of MIMO products a bit, having dropped the Airgo-based WPNT834 RangeMax 240 in mid-2006. That leaves the Broadcom-based...
All or most of the major Wi-Fi equipment makers now have “Draft n” products, including Netgear with its RangeMax Next line. Netgear, in fact, was first to market with Draft n products in April. The company makes two flavors. The RangeMax Next...
The first thing you’ll notice about the Netgear WNR854T RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router, one of Netgear’s Draft-N products, is its clean, sleek design. Unlike competing Draft-N products that typically use a combination of three external antenn...
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