Summary: Tengo (1) DI-LB604 + (1) DIR-655 + (2) DAP-1522 + (2) DGS-1005D = Trasmision HD 1080p sin problemas / Juegos en red 100% estable / Trasmision de archivos y video 100% y todavia falta conectarlo con 2 DNS-320 de 2TB cada uno, hasta el momento no he tenido ningun problema con los equipos D-LINK y los puedo recomendar en 100% I have (1) DI-LB604 + (1) DIR-655 + (2) DAP-1522 + (2) DGS-1005D = Smooth 1080p HD Transmission / Network Games 100% stable / Transmission of video...
Summary: I had to use this device as a wireless access point in my dorm because wireless connectivity was so horrible in and around my part of the building, and It worked perfectly! Most dorms don't allow routers or other devices with their own DHCP's because it confuses the servers when devices are setting their own IPs and often addresses are copied or duplicated. This device is a perfect fit, and worked within ten minutes of opening the box.
Summary: I have now purchased two of these devices from Amazon, after being so pleased with my first. (Note: The first had firmware 1.21, the second 1.40, but 1.40 is not available on D-Link's web site despite being dated 1/14/2011.) The DAP-1522s are an excellent tool to connect wired Ethernet devices to your wireless LAN.
Summary: Replaced an older wireless access point with this DLINK DAP-1522 and I'm very pleased with it so far. I've only been using it for a week now but the wireless signal on my Droid and my notebook computers has drastically improved over my previous 802.11G device. I was leary of the internal antenna, but it is much better than my previous AP with external antennas. I get a very good signal outside my house at pretty good distance.
Easy to use, great addition to PS3 for Netflix/Hulu
Mickey789 "Mickey789", Amazon
30 January 2011
Summary: I have a D-Link DIR-628, so I was able to "cheat" and use the button method to link this bridge with my router. You press the button on this, then press the corresponding button the router, and it's as easy as pairing Bluetooth devices. I've seen the issues with set-up in the comments, and it really is no fun when you have to go into the router or bridge IP address to make adjustments.
Summary: I've configured the DAP-1522 as a wireless bridge to a DIR-655 (2.5Ghz). I've got a PS3 and a Satellite DVR connected to two of the four ethernet ports on the DAP-1522. I have configured the 1522 to use WPA2 security as well. Setup was a little tricky, but it was my fault not the fault of the 1522.
Summary: I'm a pretty advanced user/admin. I still love it when things are simple, work easily, and are reliable. I have a somewhat complex home network, with a WRT54G running Tomato as my main router, and 802.11g access point. Then I have an Airport Extreme Base Station broadcasting 802.11n 5GHz (previously 2.4GHz, more on that later) throughout the house.