Summary: This is an excellent product. Once configured it has been trouble free for more than one year. I use it to stream video to my TV and it works excellent. Unlike my Apple products, this is not affected by static electricity.
Summary: Exactly what I needed. Much better than the one they sell at walmart or our Tivo N adapter. Having 2 cat 5 ports is great. it even gave internet to a second router without running a 150ft cable.
Summary: I saw an earlier review that stated they were not satisfied with the Buffalo AirStation N300 because they had to unplug and then plug it back in every day. This has been my experience as well. Some times I have to do this 2 or 3 times in a day. My main router in an old "g" Linksys router and that may be the problem. I will be updating the Linksys router in a couple of months and hope this will solve the issue. My old Linksys access point always worked fine until it died.
Works great but a little hard to setup without a computer running Windows or Mac OS.
12 December 2013
Summary: Directions are not very clear and I couldn't run the setup program because I am using Linux. Eventually I figured out how to use the WPS setup without the program but could never access the web interface. It works very well beyond that. The second port is nice to have.
Summary: I found this item to be almost unusable except in very specific situations. It's very difficult to configure. I've basically given up on it. I would not recommend this item to anyone. A complete waste of money!
Summary: Using this product as a wireless ethernet bridge to link wireless router to laser printer so I can easily print from anywhere in the house. I was unable to place the printer withing the same room as the router, so this device allows me to place the laser printer in another room and easily print to it. Beats running CAT5 cable. Setup was a little cumbersome and difficult, but definitely worth the effort.
Keep on UPS to keep network up, great when paired with Trendnet TEW684UB
thenightfly "dee", Amazon
29 November 2012
Summary: Temporary power loss will kill this device's setup, so keep it on a UPS if you possibly can. I did and it works just fine, but other's have bad tales to tell if the device loses power at all. That said, I paired this (connected to my router) with the Trendnet TEW-684UB usb adapter and simply pushed the AOSS button on the side of this airstation, then pressed the top button on the Trendnet usb device, they connected and I quickly had a nice, fast n speed connection.