Convert your wifi hot spot into a wired connection
10 December 2012
Summary: This product is a goldmine productivity tool for me. I didn't know such a device even existed till I searched for it's capabilities; namely to make it appear that I am on a wired connection, when I am actually going wifi! I work a cust svc gig from home. The sw we use requires a hard wire rj45 internet connect. That would tie me to a couple of spots in my house. This device has a client mode that takes my home wifi and puts it out on an rj45 connection.
Add wireless capability to non-computer wired network devices.
20 July 2011
Summary: This is the second of these that I have bought. The big advantage of these little devices, is that they add wireless internet capability to non-computer items like satellite receivers, DVD or Blu-ray players, etc.--anything that has a wired network port. Just put it in AP client mode, set it up using the wizard with a laptop or other PC, and then disconnect it from that and connect it up to your device. Fairly easy to do and very reliable connections.
Summary: I recently traveled to Spain for the first time with my Ipad,and when I got there, I was not able to use it because my room only had a wired Ethernet connection. It dawned on me that most hotels that I travel to only have wired ethernet in the rooms, so I needed an easy way to get wireless. A techie friend of mine recommended this device and with a little research, I bought it. The unit is small and comes with a nice case to carry everything that you need.
Summary: Great simple little router I bought the product for work With a small adapter that I built myself I run it through the batteries so I Lady Vlade Mobile him my camera AP makes him my camera and immediately broadcast the images wirelessly to a computer position quick and beautiful I've also set up a network of friends in a network game we played with everything we built this router Just excellent
Summary: It baffles me as to why this product was recalled by D-Link. It was recalled before its time. Have you ever been at a hotel/cruise ship where you only have access to one Wireless account and need to share between multiple devices? On top of that, do you have Blackberry that will not work with Java on the websites to authenticate? This thing is the solution.I cannot tell enough good things.
Summary: I often encounter hotel rooms with cable internet connections only (no WiFi), which doesn't help me when I want to use my iPod Touch to check my email, surf the web, or maybe check the weather forecast. I bought this pocket router to solve the problem, and does so very nicely. Setup was a total non-event. I plugged in the Cat-5 cable from the wall, and plugged in the router's power supply.
Summary: I was skeptical at first to purchase this item. I read many reviews here on Amazon.com before I decided to give it a try. It had more good reviews than bad so I ordered it hoping that the reviews that spoke of how easy it was to set up as an Access Port were reliable. I am happy to say that I love this product. It was as simple as plugging it in to a wall outlet and an ethernet jack.
Summary: There are many other reviews that extol the virtues of this little AP/Rtr, but I love it and felt compelled to make a couple of points. SIZE: the unit is smaller than a pack of cigarettes. I'm using it to connect my DVR to my wireless network. I had an AP, actually a regular wireless Rtr set to AP mode, placed on top of my DVR. It was glaringly noticable and UGLY! This unit is black, as is my DVR, and is so tiny one doesnt even notice it unless you are looking for it!