Summary: This is a W150NR V2 NOT V1 and does not work the same. There is no bridge mode and no AP mode. The router knows host names but will not route with them. If this is important to you, look for something else. KEEBOX does not bother to tell the consumer this.
Summary: a password protected mode which i beleive is included in the companies inventory at a higher cost a user may not be aware of the neccesity of password protection which i assumed was included in the item
Summary: The price for this router was just right. The shipping was before time and the customer service was great at the store. Once I got the keebox home I had to call costumer service for the installation. This took an hour and a half, I had to plug and unplug the unit 25 times or more. The man on the other end of the phone was reading from a book and that took forever as well.
Summary: Installed as a WiFi LAN router in my motorhome. Connected to a Ubiquiti Networks NanoStation M2 Loco for wireless bridging. The main goal is to use the NanoStation to connect to an RV park or other business' WiFi so that only one device has to be reconfigured at each location. The BlueRay players, phones, mobile devices, laptops etc that we pack on every trip will connect to the Keebox and won't have to be reconfigured for new WiFi at each location.
Pros: Cheap price. You can find it under $25 sometimes. Relatively small form factor makes it easy to tuck away. Quick configuration on laptops, mobile devices and BlueRay players.
Cons: No frills, some descriptions say it's a "N" router, but I've only seen "B" and "G" options on it.