Summary: We have invested $3000 in 12 of these, what a huge blunder on my part. I should have learned from the WG302s we got that never worked well. Netgear just cannot put out a good WLAN product.
Pros: Concurrent 2.4/5ghz - if it worked, but it doesnt
Cons: Picks some clients and will not let them connect, or disconnects them constantly. Claims Malformed packets in packet capture but I don't see it, and the Ubiquity and Engenius Access points seem to think the packets are ok, they let those clients connect.
Summary: I have purchased 4 of these in the past year for use with my business at 4 different locations. Users find them reliable and fast. Couple notes: use latest firmware to ensure greatest compatibility & use CAT 6 ethernet to your PoE switch to ensure 1000 Mbps connectivity. (green).
Summary: These were priced decently and had all the features I needed, but turned out to be a nightmare to configure and setup. I wish I had gone with a cisco or some other brand.
Pros: Good range, nice looking. Comes with mounting hardware and everything.
Cons: Terrible, horrible web interface to configure. It is slow and times out constantly. Very painful to setup. The issue seems to happen once you change the default IP address, so my advice would be to configure EVERYTHING first, then change the default IP address of the AP. Otherwise get ready for p...
Summary: Back in August installed a new wireless network in a large three story building using these access points. Although they came with the 110 volt power bricks they are also configured for power over Ethernet (PoE).
Summary: - I will be testing in a very dense EXTREMELY HIGH demand environment. After initial setup and test I am leaning towards the DUAL RADIO & DUAL BAND instead of just the DUAL BAND. so am leaning and recommending the WNDAP660 instead of the 360 for dense and high demand areas if you can afford it.
Pros: Price, Looks, Mounting Hardware, Interface, Configuration capabilities. - AP allows for easy VLAN config and great channel bandwidth choices. - Netgear interface is like all netgears, its awesome and easy, or awesome-easy... but I configure SonicWALL's all day everyday and netgear is childs play....
Cons: - no external antenna availability for 5Ghz band - umm.... ill let you know