Reviews and Problems with Apple AirPort Extreme V5 (MD031)
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Doesn't reach our front room
Tom, ABT Electronics
9 September 2014
Excerpt: To be fair our uverse didn't connect with our front room well. But, 2 Abt salesmen recommended this as a cure all your troubles product. Still can't get a reliable signal in front room. Otherwise, it's fine & looks cool.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection
Stays connected and great for bigger area coverage.
9 February 2012
Summary: It's not an easy setup, you need to call Apple to get support. If you don't have an apple computer they won't give you support or there's a charge. However, once you're registered with your Apple laptop computer, then it's great customer service.
Summary: I wanted to buy this because I already have an Airport Express and I felt like they would work well together. The Airport Extreme actually has very poor range, worse than my old Actiontec Wireless-G router that I bought it to replace.
Easy Set Up; Looks Good; Needs to be Reset From Time to Time
David Enzel, Amazon
4 January 2004
Summary: The airport base station looks cool and was very easy to set up. It sends out a strong signal. The only downside is that from time to time it stops working and I need to unplug it and plug it back in again and then all is well. I have to do this once a week or once every two weeks.
Summary: This is a good product supporting the 802.11g standard (if patched supports the final spec) allows 54mbps at what I have found to be about 55 feet but is completely backwards compatible. PROS ) 802.11g (NATIVE) ) Native 802.11b support (part of the 802.11g spec) ) A throughput of 54mbps at most.
Summary: The Extreme Airport Base Station is in theory a step up in speed from the Graphite and Snow stations. Speed is now up to 54Mps, but real-time tests will show much slower speeds and most people will never realize the speed difference over the graphite and snow models because even broadband cannot...