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.
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: Experience with this product for a month or so leaves me sorry I bought it. Frequently drops connections to clients (2-3 times daily). Several different firmware images have not improved this condition.
Summary: This thing blows big-time. I manage, design, and install networks for a living. I installed this in my house to compliment my new Dell laptop with wireless-N and I can say that my dvd rewinder was a better investment.
Summary: I bought two of these based on my good experience with the WAP54G access points. What a nightmare! These routers drop wireless packets like crazy and as a result you get disconnected from the network but you don't know it, since the computer still thinks it is connected to the AP.
Summary: One star is too high a grade. I made the grave mistake of buying this router some weeks ago. With difficulty (lousy documentation, etc.) I was able to make it work--most of the time--until last night.
No stronger signal than wireless-G, don't waste your money
L. Miller, Amazon
1 November 2007
Summary: As of this writing, all reviewers have given it one star. I give it one star as well even though I was able to connect two workstations, each with a Linksys WMP300N wireless-N pci card w/ antenna, to it.
Summary: After a day of comprehensive testing both in various modes (G-only, B/G/N mixed) and with different security configurations (no encryption, WPA2-Personal/AES) the unit was spectacularly unreliable both with Intel and Linksys NICs.
Summary: I bought one of these and connected it to a WRT350N on the other side of the house via ethernet cable. I did this because the "4X range" (cough, cough) of the 350N turned out to be more like 1.1X range. I set it up and it worked immediately.
Summary: If you buy this item, be prepared to spend hours trying to get it installed and setup. The strange thing is that if you connect it directly to a router, it will connect quickly and get you online BUT if you want to setup your wireless network with security (an important thing) and to do any other...