Summary: This DWL810+ is cheap in price but poor in compatibility. I tried it with my Dlink 1000AP and it does NOT work at all. The datasheet does not inform buyers of compatibility problem. Dlink tech support had no clue about this problem in their database.
Summary: DO NOT BUY THIS! I am a proud owner of several good products from dlink. I am a not so proud owner of 3 bad 810+'s. The first one configured fine. I decided to upgrade the firmware on it, and it crahed, not taking any firmware.
Summary: Despite what the box and description say this is not an easy to setup product that isn't at all easy even with sufficient networking experience. Just the simple task of allowing your computer to communicate with the darn thing, which involves an annoying change to tcp/ip settings because it does not...
Summary: The product is old and does not support all types of WEP encryption. And it can be a PAIN to set-up. But once it's installed and ready it works flawlessly. Connect it to a switch and you can connect everything in your house wirelessly :)
Summary: I bought D-Links bridge to hook up my Sony Playstation 2 to the internet. I have a wireless network with a Netgear Router. I hooked up the Playstation fine with and the bridge and was trying to talk with the wireless network, but couldn't get them to connect.
Summary: I have this hooked up to my PS2 and I can play Everquest all day long eventhough my PS2 is downstairs and my wireless router and cable modem is upstairs. Overall this has been easy to use and hasn't given me any problems.
Summary: I've tried a few other competing product from both D-link and Linksys and this is the only model that hasn't given me a single problem. I have 3 in my house connected to DVR's and game systems...and they have never once needed to be rebooted or reconfigured since.
Summary: I don't know what other people have problems with, but I can plug this into a 5-port switch and it connects everything on that switch to the network wirelessly. I have my xbox and my PS2 hooked up to a switch with the 810+ plugged into it and I can play online with the xbox or ps2 without switching...
Summary: and it works great for his Playstation 2. he just had to plug it in and it was working. He seriously didn't have to make any changes to the hardware's configuration to get it to connect. I am not sure why it works this way, but it did.
Summary: My entertainment center has this wireless adapter hooked up to a switch and my PS2 and XBOX are hooked into that switch. It was easy to setup and works excellently from downstairs while my DI-614+ is upstairs. No lag, easy connections, and zero maintinence.