Excerpt: We've used a pair of these in a WDS bridge mode to establish a wireless network connections between 2 buildings to connect a common database. The distance was only 200 feet, but we tested these to beyond 800 feet with good results. Throughput was greater than 20Mbps, even with vehicles blocking the LOS. The WEB page setup was detailed and allowed many parameters to be changed/modified to optimize the performance. Engenius support was superior and very helpful.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Summary: One of these radios can be used as the router of your network, but is not recommended, as the 10/100 NIC cuts the 300mb throughput of your wireless network by 2/3's. I strongly recommend using these radios only as WDS stations to extend a wireless N WDS network.
Pros: I have used a lot of these devices in an array of various scenarios. To summarize these up, they are perfect for expanding a WDS network.
Summary: It is easier said that done. Took some time to figure out how to hook it up, I am using it as an access point to travel a good distance. Once I figured out how to get into the firmware, it was a breeze from there. I do recommend people to buy this it does work and I am amazed by the quality..
Summary: Setup was easier than expected considering some of the comments on the internet. Had this up and running in 2hrs, including time spent hanging devices on buildings. Network bridge works perfectly and 2nd site now very well connected to main office. Given the device construction I don't expect any problems with moisture, but only time will tell.
Summary: I have used EOC-2610 outdoor bridges for years to provide network access in far flung applications. Recently wanted to upgrade a particular WLAN to full 802.11n and ordered an ENH202 because engeniustech.com advertises it as supporting MIMO and 300Mbps wireless data rate. That may be true, but it's rather pointless when configured as a client bridge, since the Ethernet ports are 10/100 only!
Summary: Great product to use as an outdoor directional access point. If you have set up a router, then you can set up this product with ease. Have also used it in bridge mode with great success with an Engenius ENH210.
Summary: Somebody else mentioned that you should use WDS Bridge mode to connect two buildings. Just another vote in favor of that. I use separate VLANs for voice & data on my network and these devices would not pass the VLAN Tags unless they were configured as a WDS Bridge.
Pros: Stable once finally set up. Fairly cheap.
Cons: I'm the one who complained about the proprietary PoE setup of these devices. Still have the same complaint.
Summary: Installed this to transmit high speed internet between buildings for an IP camera system. I have 3 locations that are TX and RX for 4 cameras. All of which are atleast 2000' apart. Smooth video and 300 mbps tx speeds!!