Tried to get this to work as an Ethernet Adapter. Never got it working.
5 August 2014
Summary: Was trying to get this to work on 802.11 G network. It never worked. A 30 minute call with tech support did not help. Tech support said they would research the problem and call back in 1 to 1.5 hours. They never called back.
If you're interested in "Wifi account sharing" looks elsewhere
19 April 2014
Summary: First off, I should say, I bought this item via Amazon Primce and received it in perfect condition and really quickly. My low rating is for the product itself, not for the excellent Amazon service. I was looking for a wireless router for travel and came across this device.
Summary: The previous model worked great, loved it. This model has problems when being used as a WAP. When I connect to it from any device, it will connect and work for about 10 minutes, then I have to recycle the power to the WAP to use it again. Hence, rinse and repeat, it does not work at all.
Summary: I spent hours trying to make this thing work. I am quite computer-savvy and typically can figure these things out, but I gave up on this one. I could connect to it through the ethernet cable (which supposedly only needs to be done once, and from then on you're supposed to be able to connect...
Summary: The router is very very complicated to set up and doesn't work well with an Ipad, Ipod, PC, or Cell phone. Not sure about a Mac because I dont have one. Dont waste your money. Very frustrated.
Summary: I used this to replace a Trendnet travel router as I could not access that model with either iPhone or iPad. Reviews stated that this router was capable of handling these clients. And it is. However...
Summary: I have an old portable router that works well as a little access point with wired hotel wifi, but was looking for something I could use when a hotel only has paid wifi. From the description this device would do exactly that. The problem is - it doesn't work.