Summary: Works good, better than powerlines. Connection stays consistent and doesn't drop because it's a 4x4 bridge connection. Latency is unnoticeable, and this going through 3 walls and 15 feet away.
If you need Internet somewhere without wires this is the solution
R. Huggins, Amazon
7 February 2015
Summary: If you are looking to expand your wireless network through other parts of your house, this is the product to get. I have used multiple units to provided wired Internet connections in 5 areas of my house using 1 as the base connected to the router and 5 others to provide Internet connections to...
Summary: We purchased this for our new network AV receiver. I wanted something quick and easy that would not have a lot of drops. I had looked at the thought of running a cat 5 to the home theater, and using a powerline wireless unit. Most of those ratings were not as good as the bridge wireless units.
Summary: It works but I get the minimal connection from the far point in the house (upstairs from the modem) to downstairs. However, I am working off a DSL line and it covers the full length of the house. It drives a 70" HD TV for Netflix.
Summary: Item was received on time. One out of the two pieces of router bridge rattles, like some part is loose inside. I did not return it as I needed it right away. It works. I am afraid that rattling piece my go bad.
Summary: This is an expensive product that simply fails to deliver on its promises. I get my phone and internet connections from the cable company. Since the phone switch board is in the basement, this is where the cable modem and consequently the router have to be placed as well.
Summary: This product was easy to set-up. The only concern was the external access to the DVR thru Slingbox when outside the house. I needed to call Slingbox to help with the port-to-port transfer process. This Netgear product however worked well.