Summary: Got it in a couple of days and still have not been able to get it to work. I've configured, reconfigured, plugged, unplugged, replugged and still the wifi radio will NOT turn on. I'm just a "user" not a tech so I'm baffled and Cisco support has tried but has been less than stellar.
Summary: This is a PoE AP for business. The people shocked it doesn't come with a power cord; if you work with enterprise wireless, you'll know that those Cisco APs don't come with a power cord either because they're PoE. Cisco assumes you're getting PoE because you don't want a wall wart.
Pros: This little AP has some pretty decent transfer speeds. Right now, I'm sitting one floor up from the AP in an older house, without even great signal strength, and I've tapped out my FiOS connection at 25Mb/s. With my previous 54G and N APs running over 2.4GHz, this probably wouldn't be happening. ...
Cons: It only does 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz; not both. Meh, oh well. During setup, I have it trunked to my switch to pass multiple VLANs for my guest SSID and home SSID. There's a nasty little bug concerning syslogging and the native VLAN that will cause the AP to lock up frequently, but once you get around that...
Summary: Pros: The installed software offers the granularity needed for advanced security while offering a straight-forward setup wizard. The design is more or less aimed at ceiling installation. A bracket is offered to accomplish this if needed (although I have received units without a bracket enclosed).
Summary: My biggest gripe with this device is that it does not include a power cord! My biggest praise for this device is they seamlessly work together and present one wireless network, even when the coverage area overlaps.
Summary: Its cisco. I never have any issues due to this device. Setup is dummy proof and takes next to no time to setup with a basic understanding of networking. The only wish I have is that it could broadcast both 5ghz and 2.4ghz simultaniously.