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8.9 out of 10

EnGenius ENH200

ENH200 is a long-range outdoor wireless Client Bridge/ Access Po Read more

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Reviews and Problems with EnGenius ENH200

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Overall 8

Works well

Robert J., Newegg
4 weeks ago
  • Summary: I use this in concert with an RP-SMA 2.4GHz 25 DBi Yagi Wireless WLAN WiFi Antenna For Modem PCI Card Router also available from NewEGG.
  • Pros: This works really well. Once configured, it allows seamless networking between my laptop and the rest of the network.
  • Cons: A little hard to configure. It took a great deal of research to figure out how a WDS system and a client bridge works. Once I apprehended the fundamentals of these systems, configuration was a snap. I needed to understand these systems and how to configure them before I could take full advantage of this device.
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Overall 6


Justin R., Newegg
2 January 2014
  • Pros: Must be used with EAG-2408 antenna to get maximum range benefit. At 1200 feet, signal was very weak until antenna was added. Requires some programming expertise to setup. Device works as a modem and is used with a router in an acess point configuration.
  • Cons: It definitely has some quirks, and it does have to be rebooted from time to time. If you are looking for a device that you will almost forget about being part of your network though, this is not it. Maybe a firmware update in the future will take care of these things.
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Overall 8

Good for the money, difficult to configure

Robert N., Newegg
24 December 2013
  • Summary: If you are looking to broadcast a signal from one building to another, I could recommend setting up another router at the other end to catch the signal and rebroadcast. It was able to carry a signal in the open for about 100 feet distance. After I got a few ‘walls’ inside the house, the signal was all but lost.
  • Pros: The device is able to be mounted on a pole, pvc pipe, or anything really. Its design on the back is flat, and has rounded groves if you are mounting to a round surface. It appears like it can mount up to about 2 inch poles, I have not tried to mount for exact though.
  • Cons: The devices was extremely difficult to connect to out of the box. I had to switch over to my laptop and disable the wireless, connect manually. This also required manually configuring the IP address on the LAN.
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Overall 8

Power Underwhelming, Not for me but may be ok for others

Andrew G., Newegg
13 December 2013
  • Summary: I'm not sure if this AP just isn't for my situation. I live in a fairly urban environment and I had a dead corner with my current router where I would have signal but the connection was sporadic, so I ran some ethernet and set this up with a High-Gain Omni Directional RP-SMA antenna (14") pointed directly at my dead spot.
  • Pros: - Once you get to the GUI it is fairly easy to get everything set up.
  • Cons: - Proprietary POE injector
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Overall 8

Novices Beware

Peter P., Newegg
10 December 2013
  • Summary: The EnGenius ENH200 EXT provided the ability to hook up to the main Wi-Fi on my friends ranch from a pump house which was a little over a mile from the farmhouse. Since it was all private property with a good 2 mile buffer from the nearest property I was able to utilize the power setting feature of the product to max out the power to the transmitter which gave a solid signal to the remote PC.
  • Pros: Has an ability to provide more then the legally allotted power by region to the transmitter. Has excellent configuration options, DHCP server
  • Cons: No online help(-1) for more esoteric router options.
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Overall 10
Value for money 10
Features 8
Performance 10
Overall quality 10

Works as advertised

,, TigerDirect.com
28 November 2013
  • Summary: Great client bridge and excellent antenna. Easy set-up.
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Overall 4

Not impressed

Alex H., Newegg
21 September 2013
  • Summary: If you are not looking for range and only an external antenna, this is a good product..
  • Pros: Easy install, nice GUI, lots of options. All components are sturdy and well built.
  • Cons: Mounted this on 4 foot pole above my roof. Works well, but provides no distance. I have a DLINK DIR655 that I have owned for 4 years sitting in my house which provides better distance. There is practically no usable signal at 200 feet.
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Overall 4

Only good for a year

Darla L., Newegg
4 September 2013
  • Summary: Not many options for outdoor wireless solutions. If I had another choice I would go with it. I'm tired of buying replacement Engenius products every year.
  • Pros: Initially works great
  • Cons: Setup is difficult unless you're a tech wizard. Expect to wait on hold at least 1/2 hour for tech support. Super sensitive to power spikes. I've lost 3 units from lightning surges.
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Overall 5
Value for money 6
Features 4
Performance 4
Overall quality 4

Does not play well all the time

DWN2DV8,, TigerDirect.com
1 April 2013
  • Summary: Have to power cycle it once a week because it stops passing DHCP across the bridge. Sometimes will just freeze. Firmware is latest version. Can't say I am thrilled with this. Should have got the Ubiquiti unit instead.
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Overall 8

1 Mile PtP

Anonymous, Newegg
2 February 2013
  • Summary: Excellent value piece that has been rock solid so far.
  • Pros: -Solid Construction
  • Cons: -GUI requires you to click "SAVE" on the left hand sidebar after "saving" changes that you already made.
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