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Walmart Clearance: NETGEAR N300 WiFi Router (WNR2000) as low as $4.50 YMMV

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Picked up 2 of these at Walmart in the clearance section for $4.50 - zip code 33825. Most other stores in the area show $9.00.

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Would be nice if it at least had gig ports. Could be used for: Wireless Access Point, Repeater/Range Extender, 4-port 10/100 switch, or just plug things in and watch the lights flash... the possibilities are limit(ed).
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Comcast gave me one of these like back 2007. This thing is pretty trash. No Gigs Ports.
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Comcast gave me one of these like back 2007. This thing is pretty trash. No Gigs Ports.
what, no gig ports!
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Brickseek shows 5 available 70 and 100 miles away. Nice price, but I am not jumping in my car tonight. Thanks anyway!
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$9 near my house 2 left
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Brickseek shows 5 available 70 and 100 miles away. Nice price, but I am not jumping in my car tonight. Thanks anyway!
I wouldn't drive a block for these...even if they were giving them away for free...LMAOLMAO
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Everyone is trashing on these, but at less than $10, it's a good choice if you just need a no frills get you on the internet router, this does the trick.

I upgraded the firmware on one to a fairly recent version of dd-wrt and it's been quietly just working for over a year now.

Previously had another setup (also with dd-wrt) as a wireless bridge and repeater for a Chromecast that wasn't getting a strong signal due to tv placement. Worked well in that situation too.

DD-WRT Guides:
Hardware Version 3
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index...._WNR2000V3

Hardware Version 2
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index...._WNR2000V2
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They are $9 here in Reno. Have to admit, I had one for years without problems. Picked it up as a refurb to boot. But, yeah, a lot of better router deals going on at Walmart now.
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paid $10 couple weeks ago, thought good deal (for backup).
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Everyone is trashing on these, but at less than $10, it's a good choice if you just need a no frills get you on the internet router, this does the trick.

I upgraded the firmware on one to a fairly recent version of dd-wrt and it's been quietly just working for over a year now.

Previously had another setup (also with dd-wrt) as a wireless bridge and repeater for a Chromecast that wasn't getting a strong signal due to tv placement. Worked well in that situation too.

DD-WRT Guides:
Hardware Version 3
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index...._WNR2000V3

Hardware Version 2
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index...._WNR2000V2
nice! didn't know ran ddwrt,. makes nice little guinea pig training system so don't bring down ac1600
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I wouldn't drive a block for these...even if they were giving them away for free...LMAOLMAO
many of us shop at Walmart anyway tho. cool story bro!
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These are such garbage they aren't even worth the $4.50
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I bought one of these many years ago, via a Slickdeal, and it's been great. If you just need basic web surfing on a mobile device, it works fine. I'm not interested in anything faster and my ISP is terrible and only offers 50Mb here anyway.
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It has the wifis
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I never understand why Walmart hangs on to these dated products. This router debuted in 2012. I also often see really old software in the Walmart clearance aisles like Norton 2008 antivirus (marked down to $30!) or some other really old software where sometimes the company is no longer in business. Confused
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