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.
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: Preferring users set up an access point with a CD is incredibly backwards today. Many PCs do not have optical drives now. There are also multiple OSs that a user may have, and today's access point better be aware of that. My N300 simply never got working. Regardless of what I tried, I could never get to the setup page.
Summary: I don't normally do reviews but I thought I would chime in on this to help others out. Out of the box I had issues setting it up. Eventually I was able to get it working as a wireless bridge. After looking around in the web interface I was convinced that I needed to return it because of the really poor firmware. I then decided to try and load up the latest version of DD-WRT and it was the best decision I made.
Summary: I used this device to bridge my X-box and Apple TV in to my wireless network. It was simple to set up. I followed the instructions, and was good to go in 15 minutes. Haven't had an issue in the 3 months since. Great little box. My only complaint is that it's a little pricey (even though it's more than just a bridge). I wish it had cost 1/2 what it did. Oh well, at least it works as advertised, which is more than you can say for most of what you get these days!
Summary: 3/4/12 - Update - It's been returned. I thought it would be okay, but it seemed intermittent in operation with no real way to tell how well it's functioning on "dumb" units like BluRay and Receivers other than lots of dropouts. It might be good for others, but not me. I've gone the powerline extender route via a pair of Western Digital LiveWire units.