Reviews and Problems with Buffalo Nfiniti WLI-TX4-AG300N
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I read the reviews and bought 1. After trying ...
23 September 2014
Summary: I read the reviews and bought 1. After trying for 3 weeks off and on to make it work I called in 2 separate network techs and am thankful it wasnt just me. Its a brick. Going to try to send it back.
This seems to be a good solution for an ethernet bridge
Amazon Customer, Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: I recently purchased a Sony Bravia HDTV and a Panasonic Blu-Ray player. Both came with Ethernet ports but not wireless ones. I have a wireless-N network, so I found that I needed a wireless Ethernet bridge for these two new devices. They sell two bridges at Best Buy (D-link, Linksys), but they get poor reviews, cost $100, and only have a single Ethernet port each (requiring that I buy two bridges or one bridge and a hub).
Summary: There was a time when Buffalo Tech made great products sadly that time has passed. I purchased a bunch of these based on past experience with Buffalo Tech and I was sorely disappointed. They constantly lose connection. And rarely if ever achieved the advertised speed even when paired with Buffalo Tech routers. Worse yet they AOSS they hype so much..
Airstation N300 is easy to configure, great bridge performance
Dr. Joann J Ordille, Amazon
20 May 2014
Summary: I put this ethernet bridge in part of my house that is far from the router where the wireless signal is weak. It does a great job of bridging my Samsung TV onto my wireless network from that poor wifi location. Without it, the Samsung loses its connection every 30 seconds or so. I think part of the Samsung TV's problem is that it wants a different wireless channel number, but I didn't want to change that.
Summary: I thought, maybe this is going to be alright. I applied power, moved the unit slightly and the power LED went out. The sound of what was moving inside was metal. Let's see, loose metal and power, not a good combo. I'm sending this one back. I've had pretty good luck with Buffalo products in the past. Time to kick some butt in the QC department Buffalo.
Summary: I bought the Buffalo AirStation N300 about two years ago. I use it as a wireless-to-ethernet adapter for several PCs, which connects wirelessly to my "N" router about 100 feet away. It does work, but only as wireless "G". The weird thing is, the built-in administrator webpage only allows wireless "A" and/or "G" -- no option or even a mention of "B" or "N". Yet, this product is advertised as wireless "N". I contacted Buffalo tech support, which was friendly enough.
Summary: I was unable to get this bridge to automatically sync using the AOSS feature on my buffalo N600 router. Manual configuration required me to connect an Ethernet cable directly to the bridge and my laptop. From there I had to login to the device and configure it manually including having the bridge accept a DHCP address for easy configuration wirelessly. This was not hard, but for someone less tech savvy they would have difficulty.