EXCELLENT Wireless Access Points for a Wireless Fabric Infrascture
Stephanie Sullivan, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: This TRENDnet Wireless N 300 Mbps access point is a great tool in creating a wireless fabric for business or a home. The unobtrusive design looks like a largish smoke or carbon monoxide detector, but does a great job of getting signal into an area. Range is good and in many cases with carefully located installation coverage of two or more floors reasonably is something I've often achieved.
Wish I has found these before, great litte access points!!
Amazon Customer "plourd", Amazon
16 September 2014
Summary: Installed this is an old concrete building, where its impossible to run new wires and outlets. They need wireless in a conference room, already had a cat 5 cable there. This was a breeze to set up and works like a charm. Don't forget the power injector for the other end. Take your time setting it up and you will be fine. If you don't understand what POE means, it means you can run this off the standard network cable, and don't need an outlet.
Summary: I needed an additional Access Point for my home and was looking for a device that would provide a highspeed connection using 802.11 B and N formats. The Trendent was easity to setup following the included instructions and the build in webpage to configure the devices. The Trendent can be powered using the included power supply and cable or can be powered using a POE adapter that can be purchased separately or with a switch or router that has POE Injection.
Summary: Have to say it installs fairly quick and easy you simply change you sub-net to a .10 and open you browser and set it to a static that fits your network. i don't know why people complain they have no clue where this might end up. it great improved my range right out of the box and speeds went up by 10mps just as quick. Works with apple devices which alot don't. I have three in my house for max coverage and one outdoor ap. All work great.
Summary: I installed this device on the wall in the center of my house. I only had to run one CAT5e cable to the device as the power comes from my switch using POE (Power Over Ethernet). It looks like a smoke detector and with the management of the unit I was able to turn off all LED's so the device blends right in with no funny looking antenna. Great idea!