Summary: I tried several firmware versions to get the repeater mode to work for longer then a day with no luck. Did all "fixes" I could find, disable WiFi isolation, static ip, even setting up one bridged and other fixes. Over all to many problems and work.
Pros: Good range and signal. Have setup 4 as AP for different customers. Nice features (more then I normally use or need). Price
Cons: attempted to setup 2 as repeaters, (same customer) quick test to see if the unit is going to give you problems, try setting the time and date to auto and reboot. Repeater mode has issues staying connected or slowing down. No site survey for units to allow to repeat the signal.
Pros: I have purchased so many of these over the years for various customers and I have never had an issue with them. As far as the negative reviews, I believe people do not know how to configure them properly. If you do configure them properly, they work perfect!
Summary: There are very few advanced controls, such as limiting the power output. I do not recommend these at all, stay far away!
Pros: Allows multiple SSID's, different VLAN's for each SSID, has a pretty Cisco logo.
Cons: +1 to what everyone else has said. We have about 40 of these in our building on PoE and have to script the PoE switch to reboot every morning to make these usable. Even with them rebooting every day, they will lock up often, looking at the associated clients even if there are only 10 it will knoc...
Summary: I did some testing with my son in our home. We tested the Microsoft Surface, iPods, ASUS Transformer (Droid Tablet), Toshiba Laptop, Dell Latitude Laptops (3x) and an Acer NetBook. Tested well with my speeds tested on 30/5 and then 50/5 on a Time Warner Cable Modem.
Pros: Good solid replacement for the WAP200 I was using. The N connectivity was clearly preferred by N network devices in my home. Rock solid, works day in and day out. Good signal range on the G and N wireless signals.
Summary: Don't waste your money on this device. You will not be satisfied, I guarantee you that if you are heavily wireless at all. With only a couple devices, like a tablet, a phone, it does okay, but with a laptop or desktop on wireless with it as well, it just cannot handle it.
Pros: The capabilites of this is not bad. Supports VLAN, Multi-SSID, Dual Band (Only 1 at a time, not simaltaneous band), QoS, SNMP, SSH, and much more.
Cons: Radios constantly stop working, syslog messages constantly show beacon lockups, resets, and can often never hold a strong signal. There are even times that the unit cannot even associate a new client because it just doesn't have the capability to be stable. I've owned this device for ~2 years now...
Summary: Don't buy this buy something better like the WAP321 as a lateral move.
Pros: When it works.... PoE 802.11 b/g/n VLANs Stand alone access point
Cons: This product is complete junk I have purchased 13 of these and out of 13 I only have 3 left running. I have mixed firmwares to confirm that it's not just the firmware that's the issue. The issues are that these device will drop connections without warning, frequent reboots are needed almost month...
Summary: Purchase 7 WAP4410Ns for my workplace and experienced nothing but problems. Opened incident with Cisco and tried numerous recommended setting combinations, hotfix firmware updates issued by their support group, etc., but still no joy.
Pros: Wireless N, POE, Good signal range
Cons: Simply doesn't work. Drops client connections after a few hours to a few days; requiring device reboot. Clients connect, but then connection drops once user does anything requiring actual usage/bandwidth. Some clients will successfully connect but then never get assigned an IP from the local LAN'...
Pros: I have set multiple units at several clients with no problems. For those who are having to restart manually I hope you know that there is a "Keep Alive" setting on it. I have had to use it on one AP because I am not the one who manages the main switch in the building.
Cons: I have had not found one. If you are having problems with it may be the way the switch that it is connected to is configured.