Summary: It is easy to setup and use ( I didn't have problems with the web interface), but the switch does not handle large data transfers between devices as Gigabit speeds. I had lots of dropped packets until I purchased a separate Netgear switch to plug into the wireless bridge.
Summary: It's functional, and easy to set up a wireless bridge if you have 2 of these. With the latest firmware I haven't had any bridge-failures in a while. But the documentation is misleading, suggesting 2.4/5GHz can be used at the same time (notice the little 'both' button on the screenshots) This is NOT...
The case of the missing manual. WPS does not work !
15 December 2010
Summary: This has to be one of the most frustrating electronic devices I have ever owned, in 20 years of using computers and 15 working as a software engineer. It really needs to be stated here that the easy "WPS" setup of this device just does not work as described in the manual.
Summary: Functionally fine, documentation very poor, international support does not exist. I bought this to extend the range of my wireless network and connect a CCTV DVR recorder. It was bought in the USA because A) Amazon UK/Europe were out of stock B) I was visiting the USA and C) It was cheaper in USA.
Summary: I decided to purchase a D-Link DAP-1522 to use as a bridge and picked this product mainly because my router is a D-Link DIR-825. I figured I should have fewer problems if I used the same manufacturer. When I opened the box, I was happy to see there was a simple 5 step push button solution. Aha!!
Summary: I would advise everyone to stay away from the DLink DAP-1522 wireless bridge. It is incredibly difficult to configure. I have not been able to do it without calling tech support. I bought it to connnect to my LG BD300 blu-ray player so that I could stream Netflix.
Summary: I ordered this to bridge my wireless internet (coming from a D-Link DIR-655) to my entertainment center. I needed ethernet for a blu-ray player, media player and a Wii. I thought this would work well since it was the same brand and had gigabit ethernet. I got it and installed it.
Summary: I bought this to bridge between my Belkin Wireless N router and my living room Samsung Blu-Ray player w/ Netflix. Despite following the directions to a T, and then trying many iterations of DHCP enabled/disabled (static IP), MAC cloning off/on, etc. etc. etc. I kept running into IP conflicts.
D-Link DAP-1522 Xtreme N Duo Wireless Bridge/Access Point
18 July 2013
Excerpt: The WPS setup button works, and the connection holds reasonably nicely for internet surfing. Due to the fact this is a bridge and doesn't assign IP address, obtaining access to the net interface can be a chore. THE RESET BUTTON DOESN'T Work!!