My testing was dogged by the presence of another Netgear 300Mbps router in my neighbour's house - Netgear routers carry a Wifi Alliance certification, so they have to implement 'good neighbour' policies by dropping back to 20Mhz channels when an overlap is detected - this ensures minimum interference, but can also affect performance if the overlap is persisitent. A bit of negotiation and some of my wife's cooking helped solve the problem.
The interface and utility software have been significantly revised in the N900, and are much the better for it too. You can read my full review over on ITProPortal.
|The new software suite is excellent|
|It's big, bulky and ungainly but it does the job|
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