Great for home and small business - 32 user limit?
Scott Y., Amazon
24 July 2014
Summary: I purchased two of these about 18 months ago for use in our business. I also had an ECB350 deployed in the warehouse.They worked great for most of that time. They never had to be rebooted and just seemed to work until we started to grow. Once we added more employees we started to have issues with people being able to connect. I believe this is related to the number of users connecting not total bandwidth.
Summary: Purchased 4 of these over the last few months to use at 2 different locations. 3 have worked without a hitch. The 4th was problematic, bringing the network down regularly. It took a while to determine it was the Engenius since the switch would go bananas and then reset after a few minutes, before I could fully troubleshoot. I tried resetting firmware and noticed the firmware in that unit was actually newer than the one on their site or the other two AP's.
Summary: Install was more problematic than I expected. I made the mistake of reading the instructions, which are worthless. I ended up calling a friend and asking some advice. His advice was simple, "You know how to install this, just ignore the instructions and do it the way you know will work". I took his advice and once I forgot what the instructions said, installing it was simple.
This product is awesome and extends to the side away from my wi ...
Carole Hawkins, Amazon
15 February 2014
Summary: After trying various wireless extenders, and tearing my hair out, I was turned on to Engenius. This product is awesome and extends to the side away from my wi fi and down the length of my mobile home. We live in a hole, so to speak, and I could hardly get my wireless in the very front of the house. Now, with the help of Ethernet and the Engenius, I am able to work from my room in the front of the house. I recommend this product.
Works well, very discrete, true PoE AP at a reasonable price.
J. Soto "jsoto", Amazon
15 February 2014
Summary: I was skeptical about the product as I was not familiar with the brand and the documentation was ambiguous in a few areas. However, once I received the product and began setting it up, it operated as expected. Moreover, it supports Power over Ethernet (PoE / 802.3af) which makes it ideal as a remote access point (AP) at a location where you may not have convenient access to AC power. The range is comparable to my other 2.4GHz WiFi APs.
Summary: My computer room is at one end of the house, and with my previous wireless router, located there, the speed I was getting when connected from the other end of the house was barely acceptable. I purchased this access point because I wanted an access point that I could install centrally, up in the attic, fed by power over ethernet as I did not have a conveniently located outlet in the attic.
Summary: When our printer's internal WiFi fried, there was talk about buying a whole new printer, instead, I suggested an external wifi connection, this one to be exact. It was a dream to set-up as a repeater on the existing router, made all the better without having to deal with WDS settings. Just set it into the right mode, and go.