Outofthebox = Stupid; Firmware upload + static IP = Good.
Dr. Kim, Amazon
16 May 2012
Summary: Even before running the setup, first thing you need to do should be to connect it to a PC with UTP cable, then upload the firmware (tew-647gav2(1.01.75) from TRENDnet website). Only then, run the setup. Now, wireless connection won't drop every few hours.
Summary: Router: Linksys 400N ISP: ATT DSL 6Mbps/712Kbps Primary Use: Xbox 360 - gaming and video/music streaming First and foremost, setting this thing up isn't nearly as difficult as some people have stated, but by no means does that imply that it's "easy".
Summary: Product setup was not overly difficult. Connect the ethernet cable to a PC and the power cable to a power strip; then enable your computer's network connection. I did not try the included software since that stuff usually has even worse quality than wireless equipment.
Save Yourself the Hassle if Using on Xbox 360 - Get the Microsoft Adapter Instead
11 November 2011
Summary: I purchased this for one reason, it was an "N" band adapter that could be used on the XBox 360 and was less expensive than the Microsoft "N" adapter. I was, oh, so looking that the Trendnet adapter would work well given it's price point.