Summary: The setup process (using the software on the CD they supply) is simple but it didn't work for me. I even upgraded the firmware and repeated the setup but it still didn't work (wouldn't connect to the wireless network). Finally, when I used the web interface ( connecting to the device using the default IP address) I was able to create a second, identical configuration, then made that active, that worked. I used WPA2-Personal for security.
Summary: Performed just as advertised: Very easy setup, detachable antenna, which I replaced with a signal booster and a large directional antenna, and very inexpensive. I set up a test environment, configured it in about 10 minutes, and when I plugged it into the live environment, it worked flawlessly.
Summary: I was looking for an access point to carry with me to job sites that had a limited number of free ports. The Trendnet works great and it is super lightweight. This exceeded all my expectations.
Summary: Hooked it up to replace my 802.11G access point thinking this would be faster.. The wife has a ROKU that uses wireless.. As soon as I hooked this up she started having problems with dropped signal.. Seemed to work OK with my wireless computers though so it may just be incompatible with the Roku..
Summary: I was looking for a wireless AP to improve the signal in my house, but it does have issues. The bundled setup software will only find the access point 50% of the time. You have to refresh in order for the software to find it on your network. I have tried setting it up as an AP and an AP Client and it fails at the point of wireless connection with my router. Sometimes it will fail just setting up the mode of the unit for no apparent reason.