Depending on who you ask, this is either a very good router or a very good one. What gives, Netgear? Well, just one look at the router will tell you that the company decided to go experimental with this thing. It doesn’t look anything like the standard two models that Netgear uses which, to some, could act as a warning sign.

And experiment they did. The Netgear R6400-100UKS AC1750 (802.11ac) Dual Band Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router is an example of a router company trying to do something different with, by all accounts, mixed results. For example, just the “smart” tag in there should tell you that this modem might be trying to accomplish more than you want it to.

And while dual band technology is commonplace these days, it can lead to complications, especially if the user doesn’t really need both bands. Cue the Netgear R6400 manual. If you need both bands to work in conjunction, our manual will tell you how to get them to like each other. If you only need one, the instructions will explain how to prevent all that smart technology from getting in the way of plain old web surfing.

Where can I download the user manual for the Netgear R6400-100UKS AC1750?

As you might have expected, the Netgear R6400 user manual also explains how to interact with the device’s user interface, which acts as its core of sorts. Think of it like that time Neo went into the Matrix to meet the Architect. Sounds fun, right? While the encounter might have been disappointing to a lot of fans, we can guarantee that our manual won’t let any R6400 user down: http://sharedf.com/documentation/netgear-ac1750-r6400-owners-instruction-manual/