Summary: Bought this in the hopes to extend my wifi to the second floor of my apartment. It was a bit of a waste of money. The signal is so unreliable that it's completely unusable. It will show 3 to 4 bars but I'll get 56k level download speeds. Tried everything including what others tried online.
Summary: I had trouble at first with this crashing a lot and needing to be configured over and over again. However once I updated the firmware to the latest it has been running fine (go to the ASUS website to get the firmware upgrade).
Summary: Shipping was quick and so was the set up extended my Asus ac3200 with n600 and was working fine both 2.4 and 5ghz for like an hour then next thing u know only the 2.4ghz is showing up and never the 5ghz after that I called and talked to someone helped me with it but same thing kept happening after...
Summary: I just moved to my new house. My RT-N66U is still workable and I don’t want to spend more money for new unit. My friend suggests me to using repeater to extend my coverage. RP-N53 is pretty much an ideal model since they have signal indicator design that is very useful to find an ideal location with...
This works great. I have my sunroom and patio was getting ...
AJ "AJ", Amazon
4 June 2015
Summary: This works great. I have my sunroom and patio was getting enough signal. Now its great. I checked up and down load speed. Its no different than my wired connection. It maintains the same network but you do have to select the repeated network. iPhone selects it automatically.
Summary: Now that I have set it up correctly it works fine. However, there is a problem with the setup that I would guess is rare. If you are using a separate ssid for 2.4 and 5 ghz wifi then you must manually set up the repeater.
Works great, but you have to change the SSID name from the default.
M. Dean, Amazon
11 March 2015
Summary: Works great, but you do have to remember to change the SSID (WiFi name). When you first set it up, your are prompted for the SSID to attach too. You would think that, by default, it would use that SSID as the SSID that you wanted to expand. Nope.
Like others mentioned I'm having issues with the 5GHz frequency
24 December 2014
Summary: Like others mentioned I'm having issues with the 5GHz frequency. It shows this frequency and I can connect to it but I believe it's just another 2.4GHz channel. I need to call support and see what gives.