Summary: After 2 weeks of use I have one word that sums up my opinion about the ASUS EA-N66 (N900 Version)...Wow!! I have struggled to get connectivity in a corner room of my house where I intend to use an xbox 360 as a media extender.
I have an ASUS router and I love it. It worked flawlessly and was easy to ...
Kathleen S. Fitzgerald, Amazon
3 July 2015
Summary: I have an ASUS router and I love it. It worked flawlessly and was easy to set up so I mistakenly thought that an ASUS repeater would be the same. WOW....what a mistake. I've spent 2 hours trying to get this thing working with no progress. And yes..
Summary: a budget unit which failed miserably. If you're sucessful in tracking me down you can have the 2 of these that I bought, brand new for free. Bought to run as Access Points. The configuration screen is a bit confusing as the default is to use these as routers.
Summary: it works great for me as a range extender for my 5ghz band, it only does one or the other not dual band at the same time. but i have no issues with it, steady connection and boosted the wifi strength of my 5ghz band threw the whole house, no more low signal always full bars now all over my house...
Summary: When you plug this extender into an Ethernet socket you have to go to www.asusrouter.com (it has a built in web server) to change your password. Things went south immediately at this point as once I changed it I could never log back in. I reset it several times with no luck.
Summary: I purchased two of these. Each for a specific purpose. First was a EA-N66R (per the GUI) that I setup to extend my existing network to my TiVo Roamio Plus. A connection to the Internet is required to access the channel guide.