Summary: Hard for most people to set up. lots of settings the common person won't know. how every it's a good wireless access point with good safety settings. If I need another wireless access, I would buy this one. I'm a tech though.
Summary: As of firmware version 1.2.8, this thing can't keep a network connection up very long. When moving large amounts of data, the WAP4400N tends to reboot. It has a nice form factor and was easy to install, but since I actually need a wireless network, I'm sending this back.
Summary: I purchased two of these AP's. they are a POS. They constantly need rebooting. I upgrade firmware and it doesn't take the change. Tech support tells me to reset the AP to factory defaults after upgrading firmware, which I try and the firmware still does not upgrade. When they work they work ok except the WAP mode did not allow wireless clients to attach, only the bridge worked. I only use them as a point to point bridge now and still it's reboot, reboot, reboot.
Summary: I bought this about 4 weeks ago and haven't had a problem yet. I don't know what the other reviewers are talking about, except sound like they don't understand the difference between an Access Point and a Router. I am using this with a 8-Port Desktop Switch & a Wireless Router. I bought this on my previous experience with Linksys, the strength of reviews from PC World & others, and a couple of friends that work with Wireless Networks on a daily basis.
Summary: I had this Wireless Access Point for a little bit more than a year, and today it quit working, no more Wireless access for any of the computers nor web interface access. This is the second device I have from linksys that stoped working suddenly.
Summary: Installation, setup, operational were all exceptional. For 15 days. Then the transmitter quit and my customer service nightmare began. They teased me with a free 800 number that was disconnected. I tried the free chat, and was told that they didn't support this product thru the chat. So, I tried the 900 number referred in the 800 number for $9 a pop. After accepting the charge, the number went to directory assistance.