Summary: This has been in place for a week(Installed 11/3/15 today is 11/10/15) and has had to be restarted 3 times due to the connected clients not being able to get out to the internet. It was originally set up as a repeater to extend the wireless on my existing work network.
) and I couldn't wait for a deal on another like my old one (an old netgear)
7 May 2015
Summary: It does what it needs to do. I got it on a lightning deal, cause I needed an new travel extender because I gave my old one away (to grandma who finally decided to get a tablet and use my aunt next door's wifi with an extender).
Several coworkers use the same one and have good luck communicating with various PLC's and HMI's
Steve R. Rosema, Amazon
15 August 2014
Summary: I bought this to use on the job because it's small enough to fit in my laptop backpack. Several coworkers use the same one and have good luck communicating with various PLC's and HMI's. Mine seems to connect but I cannot go online with the machines PLC's or HIM's.
Works great but too complicated to reconfigure if you travel a lot.
C. Weaver, Amazon
16 April 2013
Summary: This shouldn't be that difficult, see other posts on how you have to reconfigure your laptop LAN settings before you can access the default settings on this device to configure. It would be great if I could define my own default setup which I could restore pushing reset on the device and hold longer...
Excerpt: I have this set up as a bridge to my wireless-G network. It works great for in-network stuff (streaming video, network transfers, etc), but it seems to choke on internet based transfers (downloads, Youtube, basically any video related streaming).
Worth the money if it's working - No way to know if it's working!
K. Hernandez, Amazon
1 November 2012
Summary: At less than $30, it's hard not to root for TP-LINK's palm-sized wireless router (WR700N). At less than $30, it's easier to accept the device's functional shortcomings and the somewhat confusing documentation.
Summary: This router is small and easy to use. In our case, we use it to extend the range of our current router. Generally, it does a fabulous job at that - my desktop computer is in a room downstairs and far away from our regular router and it usually has slow, patchy Internet (only gets about half of the...