Pros: Gigabit, USB Port, Genie
Cons: Readyshare, website mixups between support & forum sites, & more
Has potential, but not yet ready for prime time.<br />Readyshare is the biggest problem. Windows does not recognize \Readyshare as a network device . . . not win7 32-bit nor Win8 64-bit.<br />But neither did my previous WNDR3700 v2 router. v4 is even worse . . .I mapped the drive on my old router using \192.168.1.1 which worked. Version 4 of the router does not work! Cannot map the drive on any machine that I have . . . two Win7 32-bit PC's and one Win8 64-bit machine.<br />Cannot login to the Netgear forum to post a question . . . the website will not accept my login from "MyNetgear" but won't accept my new registration because my email is already taken by someone else (me). After applying for a password change for that address I get no email answer for it. I give up. I need a NAS for my security cameras. I may have to scrap this and go with Cisco or something that has better support.