Summary: Took no time to program and install. Works better than advertised. The built-in software is self-explanatory and not overly technical. The outdoor location in an RV park covering about 3 acres results in no complaints where there were daily issues with an old Ubiquiti AP mounted under a roof overhand at the office. The coverage is adequate with the lowest settings for distance, except within about 50 to 75 feet. I mounted this about 15 feet off the ground on a pole.
Summary: I bought this and antenna from Engenius, but wireless range is even worse than a simple D-link router with 6 inch antenna. I followed all the instructions. I Wanted to extend my wireless range, but it was decreased and much more.
Summary: It works most of the time but i expected better. I bought an ENH200 and an ENH200EXT(with huge a$$ satellite dish antenna) to connect my house with my parents. The houses are about 400ft apart and there are a few trees in the way but i expected something that was capable of connecting miles away to be able to handle this. Most of the time connection is good or decent but it just isn't as good as i would think it should be.
Summary: Just a couple of comments that folks may want to know about. 1. It needs an external antennae to function. 2. It's not fully backward compatible with some other Engenius Products. I have a EOC2611P and the ENH200EXT would not communicate in an AP mode. When I changed it to a Client Bridge and the EOC to the AP it worked. I was told they have different chipsets an therein lies the issue. But, that kind of sucks. It's advertised as a b/g/n device.
Summary: I use this to serve internet across 5 acres, between several buildings. I put it up on a 30 foot mast and ran PoE to it. Setup is easy, but you do need to know how to set up an access point or it may cause you problems. Just go into the firmware via a web console and set it up as an AP. Does WEP/WPA/WPA2. Your clients still have to be powerful enough to send signals to this AP across that space, it isn't magic.
Summary: Used 2 of these with the optional external antennas to envelope an entire condominium building with Wi-Fi signal. The feature of having 4 different SSIDs from each antenna ads a lot of flexibility in a larger commercial application. Amazed that something as advanced as this is priced less than some regular residential Wi-Fi routers.
Summary: I had gone through two of the previous model EOC2611P that the ENH200EXT replaces (they were defective). I was using them in 'Client Router Mode' and only getting 700Kbps download speed when associated to 6-12Mbps access points. Engenius tech support is sub-par to say the least. First response was "We recommend you use Client Bridge Mode". Second response "Your slowness is due to other people using the internet".
Summary: I bought this in order to get internet out in my shop. The shop is a metal building with a stick built office inside and is about 100 yards away from my wireless router in the house. Used with the Engenius EAG-2408 antennae I am able to get cable quality internet inside the building, couldn't be happier