@Wifiproblem et al
This will tell you that the link goes to Netgear.
However, if you have a Netgear router, it will get you to the router configuration page without you having to remember, or even to know, its IP address on your WiFi.
Its behaviour can be problematic on other makes of router, but they are supposed to pass the request on like any other internet request, to where the DNS servers will resolve this to Netgear.
On Netgear routers, of course, the router actions it, and the request never gets to the internet,
On setups containing a Netgear router as an AP, and not the internet-facing router, its behaviour is likely to be ‘interesting’.