WORKS GREAT AND SOME COMMON PROBLEMS ARE EXPLAINED HERE
28 January 2015
Summary: I was having some trouble with a wireless D-link security camera in my detached garage constantly dropping offline as my router is a good distance away. I configured the TL-WA801N in the wireless repeater mode and placed it in a storage shed which is located halfway between my house and garage --...
Great cheap wired access point for my Network printer.
19 January 2015
Summary: I needed to put a wired connection in a room without a wire for my network printer. Setup using the "client" mode. Took about 10 min to get setup. Works great. Once in client mode, you can't go back into it to check options like you did to set it up since the unit is now a client with the wire being...
Seems good so far, with a minor Chromecast issue at first
R. B. Farley "RBF", Amazon
8 January 2015
Summary: I purchased the TP-Link TL-WA801ND to replace my aging Linksys WAP54G access point, which still works fine but since we only stream TV shows and movies now, it seems to be showing its age. The setup for the WA801ND was fairly simple.
Great access point for the price. I was pleasantly surprised.
Brandon Meyer, Amazon
28 November 2014
Summary: I bought this so my daughter can do a science experiment with parabola to show if it increases signal strength. This little thing did so good by itself I am putting it out in my garage to extend my network out there.
Easy to Configure, Extremely Responsive and Very Affordable
13 November 2014
Summary: I was looking for a device to connect my Ethernet only device to my wifi access point. After the great reviews and very affordable price, I decided to jump on this. And I couldn’t be happier. Honestly, I was never a TP-LINK fan.
Perfect wireless client for a 1 device ethernet connection with already set-up wireless AP.
Brittany D, Amazon
2 September 2014
Summary: Super easy to set up! I am using it as a wired client for our already set up wireless router. All I needed to do was select "client" for the setup type, find our original router's MAC address which was easy with the look-up feature in the setup.