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.
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.
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.
Summary: I'm a network engineer for a Fortune 500 company. I design, configure, and install 2.4 GHz wireless networks for a living. Since I can't bring the Cisco 2100's home with me, I thought I'd go with a Linksys (now a division of Cisco) WAP11. For me, this product was a breeze to set up and configure.
Summary: I have had this WAP for a few weeks now and only know that the setup is very easy and well documented. As far as knowing how well this item performs, I have no idea. After setting up I tried to attach to my wired LAN through the WAP11.
Summary: I've used the Linksys WAP11 since it had no version number, and I've used the 2.2 version. Both perform excellently (relatively speaking, that is, no product lives up to the manufacturer's claims).
Summary: The advertised signal strength is a little under a 1/4 mile outdoors. I set this up at my friends house who has DSL in his window so I could recieve DSL across the street at my house. the only thing that was an obstacle for the signal was the two windows it had to pass through, nothing else.