This thing works great and is much faster than the stock Verizon router ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
13 October 2015
Summary: This thing works great and is much faster than the stock Verizon router with 802.11g that I was using before. However, beware of one potential problem, depending on how you plan to use it: the admin screen, always exposed over the gigabit rj45 jack, is plain http and NOT https (so your password goes...
Excellent WAP, easy setup if you follow the directions
13 August 2015
Summary: Purchased this to use as an access point. I hesitated to buy it because of the reviews complaining about difficult setup. I shouldn't have worried. In fact, I initially bought a (very highly rated) TPLink wireless router with the intention of setting it up as an access point.
Works Great. Connected to 2 stronger 9db antennas with extension ...
1 August 2015
Summary: Works Great. Connected to 2 stronger 9db antennas with extension wire cables giving me 15 foot total on each antenna. Connected the antennas to a telephone pole 15 foot above access point (ground level). Used weather proof old power company box to house access point and AC, NIC cables, etc.
Summary: I can't say enough good things about this box! I have used many different brands over the years, and this is by far the best. One of my wireless clients is about 200 yards away, on the other side of several trees and bushes, the best I could get with my previous favorites (Buffalo high-power) and...
Summary: Before buying this I asked if this device had chipset version 2 or version 1, I was told in no uncertain terms (see the questions) that it was version 2. Imagine my surprise when the router will not upgrade to the latest firmware for version 2, because it is indeed hardware version 1. Sigh...
Powerful WiFi bridge, able to cut through interference, good for IT geeks or casual WiFi users.
Jeantet Fields, Amazon
31 October 2014
Summary: This is the second one I've bought. The web GUI is a bit more complex than your run-of-the-mill Netgear or Linksys (Cisco). But then, the EnGenius capable of much more (multiple SSIDs, VLANs, multi-device meshes, relaying).
Summary: I probably have 25 of these units (ECB350 & ECB300's) currently installed in client homes, over the past two years. They have been totally reliable and provide excellent coverage. Not a single one has ever failed.
Summary: I have a WAN in my garage office that is all wired from an ZyXel bonded DSL router. I ran a ethernet cable to the house and terminated at a Netgear 8 port gigabit switch. I wanted to use WIFI in the house for phones etc so I installed a Sabrent 300 MBPS WIFI Repeater.
Summary: I have this plugged into an asa 5505 at home. I really wanted to like this device, but the unit is not reliable. Looking at their forums people who have reported my issue have not gotten any response. [...] [...] I personally have tried every encryption and power option available...