... so you have to unplug it and let it cool down and re hook it up
S. Ragan, Amazon
11 February 2015
Summary: over heats every 3 or four months so you have to unplug it and let it cool down and re hook it up. Sometimes it takes awhile for it to pick up the wireless at setup but when it is working it works good.
Summary: With the name Cisco on it, you would think that it ought to work flawlessly forever. But reality was that it kept losing its settings and I would have to bring it back downstairs and reprogram it. Useless for my remote camera application. Shame on you, Cisco!
Summary: I don't use this exactly as designed - my firm has an office in a historical district and cannot tear up the walls and do not like surface mount wiring - so using these in connection with a wireless router and IP phones, we found an unobtrusive and surprisingly effective way of putting phones on...
did not go bad -- it was the power adapter that apparently burned ...
j2ink "j2ink", Amazon
22 September 2014
Summary: I purchased this product to replace the same product that I purchased about two or three years ago. As it turned out, the device, itself, did not go bad -- it was the power adapter that apparently burned out. So, I'm now using the old device with the new adapter, and everything is working fine.