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
High Powered and Reliable Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Access Point that is a Little Challenging to Configure
Charles Hooper, Amazon
18 August 2014
Summary: Prior to buying the EnGenius ENH202, I had been using a pair of Linksys E2000 routers as wireless access points for a non-commercial wireless network. One of those routers frequently locked up, likely due to the volume of wireless traffic flowing from wirelessly attached high-definition security cameras. The second Linksys E2000 router seemed to be stable, but the wireless range for the unit is typically limited to 50 feet or less.
Summary: Works great, but despite the users manual being long, it is really bad.... It was written by someone who knows the parodic inside and out, so it doesn't tell you what you should do, only how to do things. I had to email support, and they suggested that for my application I should have set it up differently than what I did... Even though I got it working ...
Summary: I bought 3 of these units for a 3 way bridge. I have all 3 setup in WDS bridge mode, two of them are 545 ft apart with lots of trees between them. The other is 381 ft apart. There has been NO problem with internet speed or data transfer. If you are bridging two buildings together, this is what you need to do the job.
Summary: OK so I am fair to good at the techie stuff. Took me several attempts to get this set up. I was ready to beat my head against the wall. The instruction cd was confusing to me and just when I thought I might be getting somewhere.....power outage for two hours. By then it was after midnight so I gave up.
Summary: I am using this to extend my network from my house to my workshop which is about a thousand feet away across the large Valley. It works very well. I can even print from my house up to my workshop everything works great.
Summary: I have been trying to complete the setup on this but it is just not powerful enough and doesn't stay connected. Very narrow directional window. I have it within range of other site but still not working. Only when I get within 100 feet (yes feet, not yards) does it work right, not enough to call it long range.