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NETGEAR AC1200 Dual Band Wireless Access Point (WAC104)

3.8
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Description

  • Fast dual band 802.11ac WiFi at a combined aggregate speed of 1.2 Gbps (300Mbps at 2.4 GHz and 867Mbps at 5 GHz)
  • Factory tuned external antennas provide superior signal and far reaching WiFi coverage
  • Advanced Security & Flexible Wireless Configuration - access point, and WDS point-to-point / point-to-multipoint wireless bridge mode
  • Works with all N150, N300, N600 and AC devices. IPV6 support for improved performance
  • Easy to setup and configure with WiFi Protected System (WPS) button for easy one-touch client connectivity
  • Four (4) built-in Gigabit Ethernet ports to connect to PC, laptops, and other wired devices

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Customer Reviews

Totally useless ! Despite various old information on the web, this Netgear WAC124 will not allow setup without first creating an account at Netgear and then letting the AP use it (at a minimum, the first time you try to set it up). That makes this device utterly useless in a situation where you need to create WiFi connectivity without internet or you simply have no desire to have your infrastructure access outside or outside access your infrastructure. I wish I could give it zero stars.I've used Netgear for years including lots of their high end 10G switches. I've committed tens of thousands of dollars to Netgear equipment over recent years but now I see their gear is becoming useless for security conscious engineers or use on restricted networks.If you're a push button installer and don't care about privacy, this may still be ok for you. Otherwise, look for equipment that lets you control the install. 1Crippled, broken user interface. Come on Netgear, you've been in this business a long time! I've been using this router for a few months now. I can no longer get into the interface now which brings me to the biggest problem. The browser interface has been breaking on me every time I try to make a change. Setting up something that requires a few steps like wi-fi broadcast schedules is almost impossible because the interface stops loading pages or won't let me make changes. I've tried multiple browsers and router reboots. The firmware is up to date. I can get on the internet and the wi-fi schedule is working as it is set now, but this is really disappointing. I will now try factory resetting it again, going through the whole setup again, to see if that resolves the issue. I'm very experienced with computers and networks so I can fight through these issues but I can't imagine the average consumer enjoying dealing with a router that misbehaves like this. 1Terrible customer service from netgear but amazon came through This item only worked six weeks and died. No ligjts would come on. I clicked on the product support and talked to amazon whi said the unit was under a ten year warranty and emailed the number for netgear. I called and they told me i did it and it was a virus. I explained how it coukdnt be a virus and he said he wouldnt fix it and hung up on me. My husband called and they told him to connect it to a computer to trouble shoot it. He explained it wouldt power on. They then said they want to charge him. $ 210 to return and fix it. Five times more than it cost. When he asked to speak to supervisor the techat netgear hung up on him. I called back amazon and informed them of what transpired. They are sending out a replacement and said they would take care of netgear and file a complaint. Will update when new one received 1Solved My Problem I have an automated home. Lights, security cameras, Thermostats, Irrigation Controller, Security System, Oven, Garage Door opener and more all talk to my cellphone and can be controlled by an app. Some devices are wired and some are wireless. Some of the wireless devices that were physically far from my router would have spotty connectivity. This device solved that problem. I had already run CAT 5 to my TV room so I could get fast download of Netflix, and Youtube. I unplugged the Cat 5e on my TV Plugged it into this device and then used the very convenient ports on the back to plug the TV back into it. On my lap top I cant tell the difference but some critical wireless devices like my Chamberlain Garage door opener on my detached Garage must have a weak antenna. It used to always lose connection. Now it never does. A few other devices that had spotty connectivity are now working too like my GE Profile Oven. If you are having problems with wireless far from your router and it if it isn't impossible to pull Cat5e to the general vicinity then this may solve your problem. There is one issue with my unit. There are no lights and there never was. I can't really tell if the device has power. The helpful green lights in the product picture do not light up on my unit. 4Satisfies my households needs This review is for the Netgear Model AC1200 Dual Radio Wireless Access Point. I have had this Access Point (AP) for one month. Is it the perfect solution? No. Does it satisfy my household needs? Yes. Therefore, I give it four stars. If you are reading this, you have the same problem as I did. My home is a small two-story cape. But like most homes one has many obstacles that hinder radio waves. Stoves, refrigerators, mirrors, walls, etc. Therefore, I chose an AP instead of a repeater or extender. Be warned, the setup can be a little tricky. One MUST follow the instructions. If you had help with your wireless router, you may need that help again. This AP needs to be hard wired to your router. Cat 5, Cat 6, or Cat 7 all use the same ethernet plug. The higher the number the faster the data transfer speeds. Your Choice. Just a reminder, your looking to do this for faster speeds and a better connection. Run your Cat wire to where you want a better wi-fi connection. I chose a spot near a second TV and DVD player that have ethernet connections. This location happens to be on the opposite side of my house from my router, (lucky me). Connect ethernet plugs as directed to router and AP. Continue following directions that came with the AP. Here is the tricky part, in my instructions, (which are not very clear) step 3 means connect a computer, or laptop to the AP with the ethernet cable provided. THIS IS A MUST. This is how you are going to get into the AP menu to change SSID and secure your wi-fi. You will also be able to update the software for the AP at this point. This part cannot be done wirelessly. Remember this is an access point not a repeater. I used the same network name as my wireless router but just added AP to the name on the AP s SSID. 5g is turned off. You must turn it on if you wish to use it for your 802.11AC capable devices. Netgear now ships the AP with the ports on so that one can connect other items without looking for the DHCP on/off switch in the AP menu. I connected a DVD and TV to two of the ports. This has made my online video viewing clear and free of freezes.I gave the AC1200 only four stars because about once a week it loses the internet connection with my laptop. Only my laptop. All other connections work fine. Easy enough to fix by disconnecting the wireless connection and reconnecting to the AP. Don t know why but this has always worked. I am sure there are smarter people out there that could fix this, but it just is not that big a deal for me. 4Netgear Not Help Maybe this product isn't bad, but the Netgear technical support is. I interpreted it to be able to give me 4 hard wired Ethernet ports in a remote location and propagate them wirelessly to my modem router. I followed the instructions and apparently it is not so, but I have been pursuing help from Tech support since June 6th without any progress being made. They provide answers that clearly demonstrate they never read the questions. Repeatedly. They repeatedly try to sell me a wireless extender, even though I do not need to extend my wireless coverage. And it comes with no Ethernet ports!I foolishly was trying to give them a chance to tell me how to use this box, and eventually moved passed the period when I could return this product to Amazon. More fool me. My advice is, if you need no help in using this product, it might be OK, but if you may need some support - buy something else!You would probably find the discussion thread between me and Tech Support amusing if you were to read it.......:)They tried to talk with me 9:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday. Don't their customers work possibly?Anyway I bought and Almond, plugged it in, followed the screen instructions. IT WORKED. Almond 10 for 10. Netgear 0.... 1Usable, but has a couple of significant security gaps Not too happy with this purchase. It serves up WiFi access just fine, decent signal strength, about as expected. It's not *super* easy to set up, but not terrible. I had it "working" in about 30 minutes or so (with my SSID, basic security settings), but spent another hour trying to secure the device well. Never got the thing properly secured, and that's my main complaint: Security gaps.(1) It doesn't support HTTPS, only HTTP, so any time you use its web admin tool, the admin password flies across the network in plain view. The only way to avoid this is to take a laptop and connect directly to one of the switch ports on the device.(2) Many WiFi contraptions have a setting to *disable* access to the web admin tool from WiFi stations and/or from the Internet. This thing doesn't have that ability, so anybody who connects to your WiFi network would be poised to "overhear" the admin password... and then use it to tinker with settings, weaken your security, etc.It's just annoying that this thing offers fancy Enterprise/RADIUS authentication (which hardly anybody will use), and bungles the basics (which nearly everybody needs).I'm not sending it back - will try to work around the security gaps, but would strongly recommend you find some other device to use as your WiFi access point. 3Inaccurate product info I ordered this because the product description claims it's a "Standalone Access Point with mesh, client, and AP modes..."That's not at all true. It is completely incapable of client mode, so I can't use this to get a wired device onto my wireless network. This is extremely frustrating.Beyond that, the UI is pretty terrible. It feels like Netgear hasn't upgraded their interface in a decade, and in fact I remember their other products having slightly better UIs. So this is a step backwards.Anyway, I can't say if this is a good product for what I want it, but on the grounds of it not living up to the promise of the product description, I'm panning it. 2Great product! This unit was absolutely easy to set up. I do have a Netgear Nighthawk router, so that may have been one of the reasons. You do need to have an Ethernet cable connected to your existing router in order to set it up. I have a switch and a long Ethernet cable attached to it running under my home to my living room. The router is located at the back of the house (I didn't want it visible to others as it is ugly) causing connection issues with the various wireless devices we have. The existing Ethernet cable is attached to a switch, then to my television and I use another port to attach another Ethernet cable and ran it around the room and placed the unit on top of a bookcase. It is out of sight, yet high as the AP should be. I now have excellent wireless connection to all devices, and even a strong signal out in my front porch, which is what I was looking for. Of course your internet connection speed will vary with your internet provider and the plan that you have signed up for. I reach download speeds that I used to have to be wired to the router now on all my wireless devices. As other reviewers have noted, it does need to have the security function set up (through the app) in order to keep your neighbors from getting free wi-fi from your home. It's a relatively simple thing to do. Open up the app by typing in the IP address (it's on the bottom of the unit, unless you gave it a different IP), go to security and input password protection. You also have the option to rename the default wireless name. 5Works Well Once Set up, But Default Wireless Security was Open I bought this access point for use in my home. The way my house is set up, the internet comes in to the downstairs, into a corner of the house. The house is older and everything is finished, so it's not the easiest thing to put our wireless router anywhere that gives coverage to the entire house. Because of this, my bedroom is a Wi-Fi dead zone. I do have a Cat5e cable run to the upstairs and connected to a switch, which provides network connection to our entertainment center. I have placed this access point on the entertainment center, and it provides good reception to our bedroom on the other side of our 1500 square foot house. Once I was able to access the setup menu, things were simple and I was able to configure the access point to my liking.Setup, however, was a bit tricky. First off, I'm not a network professional, but I do consider myself above average in networking knowledge. I have a small home network with a NAS box, a desktop PC, two laptops, a smart TV, networked sound bar, Xbox one, Chromecast, a couple tablets and a couple of phones connected to it off and on. I've been able to set up all these devices myself with little difficulty. After unboxing this access point, I connected it like the instructions directed, and then I opened my browser on my desktop PC (which I had plugged directly into the access point) and directed it to the device's default network address, 192.168.0.100. Unfortunately, my browser couldn't find anything there. I still had internet access and I was able to use the access point as set up out of the box to access the internet with my phone wirelessly, too. I knew the access point was working, I just couldn't get to the setup page. It turns out that my router (an ASUS RT-AC68U) has a default address of 192.168.1.1. Since the access point's address is 192.168.0.x, I was unable to see it with my computer's IP address settings. To fix this, I had to manually change my PC's IP address to 192.168.0.200, and then log into the access point at it's default address of 192.168.0.100. Once in, I changed the access point's IP address to 192.168.1.202 (outside of my DHCP client range on my router) and set the default gateway to 192.168.1.1. Then I reset my PC's IP address to the way it originally was, and was able to continue normally. All this setup was because my ASUS router and my Netgear access point have different IP addresses. I don't blame Netgear for this, as I bet if I had a Netgear router, it would have worked without a hitch (at least I would hope it would).As I said above, the access point worked out of the box and gave my devices network access, but I wanted to get into the settings. Why not just leave everything the way it came? Because the way it came, the wireless was set up with no security whatsoever. Completely open to anyone in the world to get into your private network. The back page of the setup guide says that the access point automatically uses network security, so you don't need to set it up. Unless you want to give your neighbors open access to your network and free internet, I would disagree with this statement. If I understand correctly, this device hasn't been out long, and I bet this is something they will fix in the future, but at this point, I wouldn't buy this for my grandpa, or anyone else who doesn't know technology very well.As for the device itself, it's a little bigger than it seems like it needs to be, and it has a bit of a hollow feel to it, like it's got a lot of open space inside it. The antennae do seem sturdy though, and the range is good. It's also got two mounting holes on the bottom, so it can be wall mounted, if needed. There are also four gigabit ports on the back, which allows it to be used as a switch (for up to three additional devices) in addition to the wireless access point, which is nice. The configuration page, once accessed, is pretty standard stuff; I was able to assign unique names and passwords to both the 2.4 and 5ghz bands, as well as change other settings as I would expect to.I gave this 4 stars from my perspective, as once it's set up, it works just like I feel like it should. One star was removed because of the open security, which seems like an error, and the setup difficulties were neutral, as I don't really know of a way around this when the default addresses are different, based on my somewhat limited knowledge of networking.Bottom line: This is a good buy if you need a separate wireless access point and you have a Netgear router, or you aren't afraid to work a bit of googling things to get the set up complete. I would maybe look elsewhere if your router's brand is not Netgear and you are a bit scared of figuring things out. 4
NETGEAR AC1200 Dual Band Wireless Access Point (WAC104)

NETGEAR AC1200 Dual Band Wireless Access Point (WAC104)

3.8
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€92,00
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€92,00
Regular price
€152,00
Sold out
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Save 39% (€60,00)