Summary: The Linksys WAP11 product is very easy to setup and install. I have not had an issue witht eh product in over 6 months of use. I have all Linksys networking products for my home residntial gateway and they all work together seamlessly.
Summary: This product is the most economical and efficient system to create a home/SHO wireless network. Configuration was a breeze with very clear instructions. Software that came with this device behaved very well on a WIN2K OS.
Summary: I purchase two WAP11s and am using them in the bridge mode to create a wireless link between two networks. The distance between the two access points is over 1,270 ft. with a few trees blocking the line of sight. This required the installation of two exterior 9dB antenna, however I am not using any type of add on amplifier. The system seems to function exactly as I expected and the software setup for this mode of operation is very simple.
Summary: If all you need is a wireless access point, the WAP11 works great. I bought a second one because there were still some dead areas in our old plaster walled house and I saw that Linksys was touting the "repeater" function. The WAP11 has the ability to take a signal from another WAP11 and extend it. All you need is a power plug, i.e. it doesn't have to be plugged into the router (you plug it into the router initially for set-up).
Summary: What can i say, it took me less then 1 minute to get my current network wireless! My brother recently purchased an apple powerbook with built in wifi. So I decided to get a wireless access point for my place. As soon as i unpacked the unit, plugged it into the power supply, connected the ethernet cable from my current home network and that was it. I asked my brother if he could see the wireless network and connect to it and he was able to.