Summary: This is a very simple device. Nothing to configure so one cannot mess it up. I was hoping to configure myself as I do Wi-Fi networking for a part-time living. There is nothing to do but read the bottom of the device... with reading glasses as a B looked to me like an 8.
Summary: I have had Zyxel before. It is usually good. I was disappointed in this product for the great difficulty of setting up the Access Point feature of this Travel Router. Really? Not only are the online instructions so poorly written that this computer teacher was confused by the details, my Electronic...
Summary: I have had one of these for maybe 1.5 to 2 years? Taken it all over the world, hooked it into a hundred different hotel wired outlets and its always just WORKED. Not even noticeable in my backpack. zero space required and weighs NOTHING.. :-) lol..
Summary: I bought this simple item for my father who uses an old dsl modem that does not do wireless. Technically, he does not need that upgrade since his old style desktop computer gets on well with that old style modem through ethernet connection.
How to use as a WiFi Client ("Bridge") for connecting wired devices to your WiFi network
29 June 2014
Summary: I bought this to use for connecting a Tivo and BlueRay player in the living room to my WiFi network. both devices have only have LAN ethernet ports. This was cheaper than buying a Tivo USB adapter. I found the instructions for setting it up in another review.
Summary: I use this as an access point when I either don't have a WiFi connection or when I have weak WiFi connection, it works really great I was able to connect all my devices without any hassle I managed to download/upload at 5MB/s without any issue.
Summary: The box works but I'm having a hard time setting it up for my DSL connection. I get to the point where I configure it with the user name and password ( which I have) and it will do nothing more after that. Reset and start over is the only thing to do.
Summary: I purchased this so I could bring my Roku on vacation with us to our hotel. Setup was a breeze (just plug it in and go) and it provides a secure access point to the hotel wireless rather than being part of the public network, which I personally don't trust.
Summary: First off, I'm using this primarily on my work network, where I don't know if it's being recognized and kicked off by IT... but it often loses connection to the wired WAN side every couple hours or so. No big deal, I just unplug it and plug it back in, and then I'm good for 2 more hours.