Summary: I had a home office and a Linksys WRT54g router. I wanted to secure my network more and have more LAN ports, but still have wifi. So I bought this AP, a Linksys VPN firewall Router, and an 8-port switch.
Summary: I purchased this access point for a customer who had a 7 year old 3Com that was dying. I wasn't sure if it could handle the same amount of traffic as the 3Com. I also wasn't sure if it could give the same coverage. The answer in both cases was yes and it was easy to setup to boot.
Summary: I want to use this small business AP to replace the wrt54gl for our company. My goal: let it work as an access point for 20 users reliably. It constantly stop wireless connection while my wrt54gl works well. There are more users on wrt54gl than this wap2000 when it stopped working.
Summary: I bought this product to provide secure wireless services to our company network. I was pleasantly surprised that it has support for multiple SSIDs with tagged VLAN support (useful for creating a "guest" network for visitors, as well as a separate secure internal network).
Summary: When my IT guy tells me "wow, this is impressive" you have to know it is a great product. One of these units centrally located in my business is covering an entire 10,000 SF facility, through a fire rated wall as well into the back of the warehouse.
Summary: Almost everything works as advertised, just not if you want to use it as a wireless repeater. I checked the linksys site and web searched and found no solution to the issue. In the end I ran a POE connection to it and was able to use it as a second access point but never figured out repeater mode.
Summary: I chose this Access Point instead of replacing my non-wireless router so that I could install wireless without messing around with my existing router settings. Big mistake. Yes, I received a wireless signal instantly, but gaining access to the administrative interface proved much more difficult...
Summary: Setup was tricky because the router's default settings assumes that one's network is running 192.168.1.x. Once I created a network with that morrored those settings, it worked fine. Then I switched the default to "scan network," and the device picked up my netowrk and worked great afterwards.