Stop being stuck on this brand and get something better is my only advice
Scott Schroeder "Scott D. Schroeder", Amazon
9 October 2014
Summary: Stop being stuck on this brand and get something better is my only advice. Pain to set up, and if power goes out, get ready to set them up again. NOT A REPEATER, YOU WILL NEED TWO OF THEM TO MAKE REPEATING WORK.
Summary: I have used this product in various settings as both access point and bridge. The bridge is working with a parabolic antenna to make a five mile link to an access point. The radio section is good enough that it was able, when connected to a parabolic antenna, to work conventional access points with default antennas inside buildings at two miles distance. The default antenna is more than adequate for local work.
Summary: This is advertised as a wireless Access Point... well nope it really is not! After talking with Tech at Engenious I was told that the unit had to connect to the internet through Ethernet cable then configure access points.
Summary: I bought one of these in April of 2013 to mount under a deck. It didn't "just" work out of the box. I thought there might be a problem in the network unrelated to the device. A call to Engenius at the time yielded no results. They thought it was my switch or network. I can connect to it and the wireless signal is strong, but no bandwidth is available. I can login to the AP through the network, change settings, etc. Over the winter it was forgotten about.