Summary: Use the N600 instead. This one only enables 2,5GHz OR 5GHz, not both. Also, takes a LONG time to sync up with the DHCP server. Did not connect to the CD configuration utility, ever; had to manually configure it the old way from a browser window.
Good AP, does not work with 2.4 and 5ghz at the same time.
Omar Laguna, Amazon
20 January 2015
Summary: Was an "ok" access point. For my needs I needed some thing with far better range. This might work fine for most people but if you want longer range try the Unifi. One note, This item does not work with 2.4 & 5 ghz AT THE SAME TIME. The AP will do both frequencies but when you set it up it asks you which one you would like to use. Kind of a bummer if you ask me.
Summary: We needed a new wireless router for the longest time. I had hoped we could all together replace out IP provider's proprietary Nextel unit, but no such luck. This unit can only extend the reach of the Nextel. It can't replace it. Tant pis for us. Too bad. But for what it does--extend the wireless reach-- this unit is solid.
NOT DUAL BAND -- one or the other but not dual - WPA2 required -- cannot be used for open WiFi, not IP configurable -- horrible
Victor Blake, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: REVISED - I originally gave this 1 star. That was over-rating it. It deserves zero stars. Since I've installed it, it has TWICE reset itself, turning on its local DHCP server -- reeking havoc. I explicitly turned off DHCP (which by default shouldn't be on anyhow because it is a AP only (not a router).
An actual printed manual would be nice. Ensure you have a CD drive or access to Internet already to get this setup
Stephen Lerch, Amazon
20 December 2014
Summary: If you are looking to upgrade your home router, maybe you have one that only offers Wireless G (802.11 G) speed, but you have a device, be it a phone, a tablet, a laptop, or whatever, that can use N speeds then this is a good option. If you want to give your wireless speed, and likely wireless range, a boost, then the N300 isn't a bad option.
Summary: My house is one story and narrow and wide. Our internet connection comes in through the west wall and the wi-fi works from there to about the middle of the house. Upon initial installation, a wire was run through the attic from the source to the kitchen (which is about where the signal died down). I had that router on top of the doorbell chime box and it provided wi-fi at different strengths to the east side of the house.