Summary: These things are great little gadgets for anything that has Ethernet but that doesn't have (current) WiFi. They are extremely reliable and play nicely with Apple base stations. Here's a list of things I've used them for. 1) Putting that old OS9 Mac on the modern network.
Summary: In general I got this to work so I would recommend this, but there are some issues. First, the automatic "push-button" linking did not work after trying multiple times. Second, when setting up this device to link to my home network manually, this device only allows for a ten character password, but...
Summary: This item worked as described, although I had issues with it randomly loosing wifi connection and re-establishing. The distance between the router and the adapter is about 30ft. All other devices working of the router are able to function reliably at greater distances.
Great way to add WiFi capabilities to older printers
Bruce E. Layne, Amazon
26 November 2014
Summary: I used this WiFi internet adapter to put my big honkin' HP 4600 color laser printer on my local area network. I use the printer as a local printer, but it's so old that it didn't have a USB port and the parallel port was too slow for big print jobs and the parallel port driver was poorly supported...
Will Not Stay Connected for More Than a Few Days....
2 November 2014
Summary: Joel P's "most helpful negative review nailed it." Like him, I'm also in the IT industry and fairly experienced. Even when you get this unit set up properly, get ready to see the yellow sign with black exclamation point (limited connectivity) down by the taskbar.