Have wireless & need a remote switch... This is your product
6 October 2014
Summary: Was Cautiously optimistic about purchasing this. I needed to move an Ethernet wired network printer to another location and didn't want to pull another cable. The price was good so I took a chance. So far it has done EXACTLY what I was hoping. I have 4 Ethernet ports at my wife's new desk location. The printer works on demand without problem & I didn't have to go crawling under the house pulling cable. Setup was relatively simple.
Summary: This is truly plug and play...since I am a computer nerd I tried to make it harder using IP addresses, etc...you just push a button on your router and push one on this and you off and running I got a new powerful Linksys EA6900 router on top floor left side of house...I can use my mobile phone wifi at a neighbor's house using the 5 Ghz..
Summary: I moved my old flat panel to my room where I do not have internet connection. I purchased this bridge and walked through the easy to follow instructions. It has been running great and have had no issues streaming Netflix over the wifi to my bedroom TV. I recommend this for anyone that needs to connect a network device that is not wifi ready.
Summary: This is a really cool way to hook up your TV to the internet using your existing wireless router. I have this hooked to a 3-4 year old Samsung flat screen (made before they included wireless directly in the TV). I can stream movies, update firmware, do a lot with the bridge...even hook in other devices (Xbox, etc.). The bridge is very easy to configure (Linksys always does a good job of this). Easy to set up and maintain.
Summary: I originally tried the WET 610N with only 2 ports. After about 2 hours on the phone with Linksys support both Linksys and I gave up. Linksys suggested the WES610N instead. I returned the WET and got the WES610N. This unit was painless to install and works well. I have it located about 70' from the router, on a different floor with several walls in between. Though the signal measures only 25% I don't have any connectivity issues.
Summary: I bought this after moving to a new location where my router (E4200) had to be on another floor of the house from my wired (Ethernet) printers and wired (Ethernet) NAS (Network Attached Storage). I was able to connect my wired printers and NAS on the WE620N, connected to my Linksys E4200 on the 5Ghz N band using WPA2, with no problem. It has been stable with no problems for months.