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2009-08-02 06:26 PM
2009-08-02 06:49 PM
2009-08-03 07:38 AM
2009-08-03 07:43 AM
Popoff wrote: Thanks for your prompt response. With all due respect, I don't understand your answer.
I realize v1 and v2 mean different chipset and hardware. My question is, what is the difference?
I've already searched for "v1" and "v2" and different combinations of those with WNR3500. I've also searched for "firmware fixes." I don't understand what you mean by "reads notes" or "different listings."
I would still like to know the difference between the two routers, WN3500v1 and WNR3500v2.
2009-08-03 09:53 AM
2009-08-03 09:55 AM
Popoff wrote: Thank you again.
I have followed your suggestion and am still at a loss. All I want to know is what is the difference between v1 and v2. Is Staples selling me obsolete merchandise at the new merchandise price? :confused:
At this point, I think my only resource is to return the device and purchase a current version router from another manufacturer.
2009-10-13 12:33 PM
2010-01-26 12:12 PM
johntrilik wrote: I just received a refurbished WNR3500 router.
How can I tell if it is v1 or v2?
Thanks in advance!
2011-09-29 04:54 PM
2011-09-29 04:55 PM
2011-09-30 05:23 AM
jmizoguchi wrote: you will not find significant difference between other than possible chipset change or even simply memory is more on V2
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