I own[citation][nom]sundragon[/nom]Thanks... considering all the Apple bashing (you people need to have more sex and stop hating, lol) and this article has nothing to do about an Apple product... My experience with Netgear (personal and client) has been awful! Lack of support and wishy firmware...[/citation]
For residential use: I used to use a WGM124 pre-n router. Until, I found out after 5 minutes of using it the NAT table filled up and the router locked up. Calls to netgear, useless. Went to their forums, and found a forum post with someone having the same issue. We did R&D for netgear, pointed out what the issue was, only to have them delete the entire thread, since it reflected badly on them. Also, they discontinued the product weeks later after initial launch, leaving us all in the DARK and SOL.
For corporate use, I have a whole bunch of 7352Sv2 switches, which are supposed to be the flagship switch for netgear. Firmware bites, you can brick it very easily, and it's a PITA to configure. They tried to make their CLI interface look like cisco, except without 80% of the functionality.
Stay away...you'll be sorry if you dont.