Summary: In the past, I've always relied on a single wireless router to provide wifi for the entire house. Even with installing the wireless router in a central part of my house we still had a lot of dead spots. One dead spot that I heard about every night from my wife was our bedroom.
Summary: As a Network Engineer, this WAP was very easy to install. One of the best things I like about this WAP is that you can have more than 1 SSID (one for Home and one for Guest), configure its interface as a Trunk port so you can segment the guests with a much higher restriction than your home devices.
Summary: We are using four of these in our public facility, positioned to cover the areas where people most often need wireless access. Unfortunately, once there are more than a handful of people actively using a given AP, it ends up bogging down or stalling entirely.
Pros: Good price for a business-class device, strong range, good speeds when working properly
Cons: After a few months of mostly trouble-free use, these things began giving us headaches that seem to be worsening as time goes by. During periods of high demand, they will often slow down or grind entirely to a halt (web and telnet interfaces continue working but they stop passing traffic to client...