Summary: I got this TL-MR3020 to use with my Pantech UML 290 USB modem so I could utilize the ethernet port on the router to link up the rest of my network. When it works, it works awesome. However, the router has to be constantly reset. I don't think this is necessarily the routers fault completely.
Works exactly as advertised. This is still new to ...
C. Lloyd "Mac User", Amazon
21 January 2015
Summary: Works exactly as advertised. This is still new to me, so I cannot comment on how well this will hold up. It seems reasonably well built, so I suspect it will last longer than I need to it. I only give it 4 stars simply because I don't have anything to compare it to.
Summary: This little monster works amazingly well and with decent coverage. I looked for a router that could accept modems in Rwanda which wasn't bulky, this was the perfect mate. One thing though is that I placed it in a place where there was a wall between my computer and the router a distance of 5 feet...
Summary: Had to contact customer support to configure the unit to client for use with my mifi. Could not understand the person contacted because of accent and had to ask friend to help translate.In fairness I'm hard of hearing so that did not help.
OK, nice voltage selection option. But will not work if you exceed the wattage rating (even a little bit)
9 October 2014
Summary: It is OK. Works fine for low current cameras, but will choke if you try to power anything that requires very much power draw. It's rated to 12V 1A (12W), and it would not power a 14W load. They are not joking on the power rating, it cuts off if you pull too much through it.
Summary: This works perfectly and for the price is well constructed. I did not give it a 5 for two reasons. Pros: Well its small and it just works. The case does not creaky and is well made for a plastic box. Cons: It lacks any type of wall mounting capability.
Summary: This little wireless AP works perfectly for me in hotels. Only trick was to realize that WISP setup is almost always what you want in the hotel. Set it with the same SSID as your home router and your whole family "just works" at the hotel, friends house, etc.
Summary: Great product. Plug it in, select the voltage, and it works. The only drawback is that you will probably have to build your own power cable interface from the splitter to the device you want to power. It comes with a power cable, but it only has one plug format for both ends.