Summary: Another Engenius product that was very easy to install and hasn't failed me yet! I didn't need a POE AP and this was for a small business office with low/medium traffic for 2-3 computers + 2 printers. Working great so far!!
Summary: I put this in our stairway into the 2nd level of the house (15-25' off the ground) running it POE. I can go anywhere on our home's lot (1.27acre) and receive a solid signal. I like that it supports vlan tagging for multiple SSIDs and rarely have any issues with the unit. The styling is such that most assume it's a CO monitor or smoke detector. I do recommend getting into the interface and disabling the LED lights as they are a bit on the bright side.
Summary: As a small business owner, I am always looking for new, inexpensive devices to provide valuable services to our clients. EnGenius provides an easy to use manual for product configuration and installation for this device. Installation only takes minutes and configuration is easy to understand even with little to no IT background.
Summary: Love these... We've deployed 6 so far in a hotel wireless system. Easy to setup, looks like a smoke detector (we turn off the activity and link lights and leave on the power light to further add to the 'deception'), and great stats available. The built in POE is awesome and makes installation prep easy since we don't have to run power to each unit.
Summary: We do a lot of network setups. This unit works well (much better than the Ubiquity Unifi units we previously had). These Engenius units aren't pretty, but they work well. We just used them as table top devices (no wall mount necessary). The user interface is a bit unusual, but ... you'll likely find your way ok. It's a relatively feature rich unit for the price. Good coverage. All in all, well worth the money.
Summary: I have had the EAP300 running for a couple of days now and while its setup is a bit annoying (it defaults to 192.168.1.1, which is where my router is), once I set it to have a dynamic IP address it has all worked flawlessly. It is attractive, comes with the power adapter (in case you don't have POE, which I don't) and a mounting ring with drywall screws and anchors. A tip: to factory reset the device, press on the wrench button on the top for more than 10 seconds.
Summary: There are not enough review so this product online, but the few that do exist are very informative. Firstly, it looks like smoke detector but is about 30% larger in every way. It could pass as a smoke detector if you disable the electric blue lights that come on when it is powered on (the UI can disable any or all of the 3 lights). Mounting it is as easy as mounting a smoke detector - assuming you already have Ethernet run to the ceiling location.