Summary: It's been a long time coming, getting everything *just so* on my home network, and the Netgear WNHDEB111 - 100NAS Wireless N Access Point has been a perfect finishing touch. I use this device specifically for my PS3 because the built-in wireless connection on the PS3 is too slow to properly stream high-resolution media, and my physical connection to the Internet is too far away from the PS3 to use a cable.
Summary: Maybe its me, I had a difficult time getting this to work, once working it was great. I have one acting as an AP and the other connected to direct tv receiver and to media center computer, the direct tv receiver works flawlessly but the computer connection is lost every time it is booted and the 2 WNHDEB111 need to be rebooted for the computer to connect to the internet but no problems with the direct tv.
Summary: My reason for purchasing this product was to provide connectivity with our wireless network for our Direct TV receiver. I had looked at several products but only a few (including this one) advertised that they would work with a Macintosh computer network. The installation instructions consist of a single sheet of paper printed on two sides.
Summary: I first got the Netgear WNDR3700. I chose this because it is much faster than the older 3300 version and a little bit faster than LinkSys WRT610N. I can't find the web site but one really good one did comparisons for different distances and thru walls and floors. The 3700 replaced a 2.4 Ghz D-Link G router.
Summary: I purchased the pair of WNHDE111 5Ghz AP/Bridges to connect 2 x DIRECTV HD DVRs and an XBOX 360 to my broadband connection utilizing the very under used 5Ghz band. One bridge connects one DVR and the other connects the other DVR and the XBOX. Both bridges access my NETGEAR Dual Band Router. The setup was extremely simple using the push button approach.
Summary: Bought this product to be able to move data faster to my server. No issues in setup at all. What I do not understand is why this product has less range than it's 2.4 GHZ counterparts. It is clearly stated on the box that this should be better! I was going to run a 5 GHZ in parallel to my 2.4 GHZ (n) network for gaming and moving data. Wanted to replace on old access point with this kit and see what it can do.
Summary: You will absolutely be happy with the speed of this unit. I have it going through two walls and into an enclosed entertainment center and it is still fast as heck. I can easily stream HD videos with DTS audio to my PS3 using PS3 Media Server a free program.
MelDownLow "Book smarts plus a little common ..., Amazon
22 July 2009
Summary: Streaming video from my desktop in another room to my PS3 and big screen TV via Windows Media Player sharing worked most of the time with wireless G router, but, some videos would jerk and hang. Since I have installed this wireless N WPS, all is as smooth as silk. And, installation was so easy any moran could do it.
Summary: The promise of the WNHDEB111 is not fulfilled due to the limitations imposed by Netgear and by the 5Ghz band used for Wireless N signal. In my application, base unit on the second floor is only provided with a fast ethernet input, so the lack of a Gigabit port is a design limit. Add to that the nature of signal dilution, and the available wireless signal from the upstairs location barely allows even Wireless G speeds.