Summary: The used NETGEAR WPN802 worked just as well as a new one. Seller was nice enough to remind me to reset it to factory setting. I just needed a temporary replacement, and buying a used WPN802 saved $$$.
Summary: Was able to plug into my router to establish a wireless connection and just plug in when I want wireless service. The reason for selective use is, wireless uses 2.4 ghz service and so does an audio-video sender I use for a wireless TV. They interfere big time with each other.
Summary: This AP is part of a large church network. What I wanted was an access point that would cover a large area. Setup was easy - let me also say I do not use setup software. I access the html interface and set the parameters I need for my small network.
Summary: I replaced an older WAP for this one. I stayed with Netgear simply because no other vendors provides similar products for the price points. The feature set is not very different from others on the market today, but works very well in my home configuration.
Summary: I can't say enough good things about this product. Setup was a breeze and it seems to cover a whole lot better than my old LinkSys access point did. If you're looking for a easy-to-use and well-built product then look no further. OK, I did think of one thing.