Summary: I can see why they stopped making these. They are slow, but performance depends a lot on your connection and the speed of your host PC. I wouldn't use the WIFI, just hardwire, performance is much better. We had them working reasonable well. However, there was many glitches.
Summary: After first setting up the media extender it would not identify my network. Following the instructions provided by Cisco I could not get the extender to identify my network. I then called Cisco technical support to help with the problem.
Summary: Okay, we finally decided to kick the ol' satellite to the curb and save a little cash. Went to IPTV with a Netflix subscription on a new BluRay player, but missed the local channels, so we set up my Win7 Pro machine with a TV Tuner.
Summary: Although the DMA2100 isn't Win7 certified, it will work with this OS. However, to be able to view all the Internet TV content now available via Win7 Media Center, you must install a couple of inexpensive 3rd-party software widgets.
Summary: I've got a main PC, running Windows 7, in my home office. This is where I store all my media. Wanting to be able to access my movies and recorded TV shows from my family room, I setup a second PC with Windows 7, bought a new video card, TV tuner, & wireless card (spending more then the cost of this...