I don't like having to set a manual IP to access it ...
B. Scott, Amazon
16 January 2015
Summary: It's okay. I don't like having to set a manual IP to access it when using it as a range extender. Have had it set up as an extender, and all of a sudden it stopped working no matter the settings and eventually stopped allowing access to the settings page, so I had to factory reset.
Summary: The product ships with the most recent firmware upgrade, "TL-WA801ND_V2_140425". For some reason this version of the firmware is incompatible with Chromecast, and will not allow the Chromecast to fully connect.
These work pretty well most of the time but there's a reason they are cheap
Mike Daniels, Amazon
28 July 2014
Summary: I've setup about 5 of these now without issue but ran into a problem with the last install. Turns out there are compatibility issues with these and a few Apple products. On TP-Link's website there is a firmware update that supposedly fixes the issue but it does not.
Summary: I uses theTP-LINK TL-WA701ND Wireless N150 as a wireless repeater to extend the wireless coverage in our house. Pros: easy to setup and reasonable price Cons: sometimes the device is locked up (wireless access is frozen) and it needs to be reset to go back to normal operation
Summary: Instructions weren't very clear about setting this up as a wireless access point, even the pictures failed to clarify things. Customer email support wasn't any better than the written instructions. However, once I worked things out by myself, it functions well and does exactly what I bought it for.
Summary: I purchased this AP to upgrade my Verizon FIOS router to "N". Granted I still have a 100 mbps LAN port bottleneck, but the network is much snappier and responsive. Large file transfers are considerably faster...even when going between "G" connected devices.