I have a Netgear WGR614 v9 router which works fine
There are loads of settings but I haven't really tried changing any of them as I'm not sure what most of it is. I set it up using the Quick Setup and selected option Home Gateway which is described as
In this mode, we suppose you use WL500g to connect to Internet through ADSL or Cable Modem. And, there are many people in your environment share the same IP to ISP.
Explaining with technical terms, gateway mode is , NAT is enabed, WAN connection is allowed by using PPPoE, or DHCP client, or static IP. In addition, some features which are useful for home user, such as UPnP and DDNS, are supported.
the other two options were
In Router mode, we suppose you use WL500g to connect to LAN in your company. So, you can set up routing protocol to meet your requirement in office.
Explaining with technical terms, router mode is, NAT is disabled, static routing protocol are allowed to set.
And Access Point
In Access Point mode, all 5 Ethernet ports and wireless devices are set to locate in the same local area network. Those WAN related functions are not supported here.
Explaining with technical terms, access point mode is, NAT is disabled, one wan port and four lan ports of WL500g are bridged together.
Firmware version is 188.8.131.52 which has been updated
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