Summary: I had, and still do, have the single port version if this magnificent Cisco/Linksys wireless bridge plugged into a small Dynex router for my Netflix Blu Ray and my DirectTV HD DVR (splitting the signal - flawlessly). This wireless bridge eliminates the need for yet another connection to another device - like a small router. The 4 port router is built into the Bridge.
Excerpt: Setup is easy with the included software. More advanced users will like the HTML interface. This bridge is one of the few on the market to offer 2.4GHz or 5GHz connectivity. I am running mine on a 5GHz network. The included 4 port switch is worth the extra money. I originally bought the WET610N and returned it. Wish the four ports were gigabit. So far I haven't run into any issues, but the extra bandwidth connectivity would be nice considering my PS3 has a gigabit port.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Summary: I have a fiber internet connection which terminates in my garage, and my Wi-Fi router is plugged into it, i.e. there is no wired network in my home. I have one of these bridges in my office connected to a 16-port switch with my personal PC, two work PC's, 2 network printers and several other work-related ancillary networked devices (all with static IP addresses). It's been up and running rock-solid for 2 weeks now.
Summary: If you are having headaches about how to make your wired electronics online , get this . It works for anything you can connect the Network cable to. But of course, you don't need this for laptops , since most of the laptops have wireless adapter. I have done too many setups for commercial jobs with this. Works great so far.
Summary: I was using an internal intenet connection in my pc which constantly dropped the signal as I am far away from the router. I plugged this one in and and get super fast wireless speed, a good connection signal and never have any dropped signals. It was worth the investment for me.