Summary: Im using it as a repeater to extend wifi. Remember to remove power to your main router for 15 secs after you set up this little gem. Hasn't dropped 1 time, connection seems solid, Im very happy with it.
Summary: this seemingly small product has many modes you can choose from: Router, AP, Repeater, Bridge, and Client. I tried AP mode and Client mode, and the product works pretty well.
Pros: set up is pretty easy. I had a similar product from TP-LINK before I purchase this one. Both products give me the impression that TP-LINK products have reasonable price, good feel of quality, and reliable. The latest purchase is a refurbished one; however, it looks just like new. I use this produ...
Summary: I purchased this to extend my wireless range in my house and it is working seamlessly. I started out with it configured in Repeater Mode (totally wireless) and had no issues. Later, since I actually have CAT5 cable running to that section of the house, I configured for Access Point mode.
Pros: One of most versatile routers I have seen. Small size, plugs directly in to wall outlet, no cords . . . and it works!
Cons: None that I can think of. Just understand this unit only has 1 port for Ethernet cable - so wireless is its primary function.
HIGHLY recommend this very inexpensive but high quality TP Link device
31 December 2014
Summary: Bought for hotel use, was shocked at how perfectly it worked, Plug and Play. Was able to dramatically increase range and throughput of wireless signal by connecting TP-Link router to the hotel's wired ethernet, as opposed to using hotel's wireless.
Excerpt: This item is ideal for travel to establish a Wi-Fi network for multiple devices. It is compact, easy to set up, and use. It would probably be good to carry an electrical extension cord in case an AC outlet is already full where the ethernet connection is.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast Connection Speed, Secure Connection
Summary: Perfect little router and simple to use. I'm not sure what some of these reviews meant by too hard to configure. I pulled it out of the box, plugged it in, connected a Ethernet cable and went to my laptops wifi. It was listed under TPLINK - .
Summary: 10+ Years of professional tech experience speaking here. These are the real deal. I bought these because an application requiring long distance run (300+ feet) with ethernet over powerline was failing. This was a last resort for me.
Summary: My ISPs support line cant help me with problems that I have with using it with their cable modem ARRIS, but after I set it to router mode and switch it to clone MAC address of my PC, all working well now.