Summary: I use two of these as a point-to-point bridge between two buildings 100 feet apart. Setup is fairly simple. I have a restaurant/bar in one building and my office in the other. The POS system in the restaurant communicates over the bridge to the POS server in the office.
Summary: These little units are great! I am using one to test extending a network for one of the local parks and so far it has worked great. The little device had a recent update of its firmware, which apparently was intended to work out some pre-existing bugs.
Summary: This device has been through several thunderstorms out in open weather on a 30' antenna. Not rated for this kind of abuse, but is still working. Have had no issues with it, and it is very easy to set up in AP mode.
Summary: My reason for buying this in the first place was because it was reported to have superior sensitivity. NOT TRUE! It will find an access point with a signal level of just 1db, but like all the other access points, it won't lock on a signal level of less the 14db so its really no better.
Cons: Boy, did I get stuck!!! Like others have reported, the software is glitchy BUT the housing is a design flaw too. I bought this to replace a 2 year old E*Genius that went bad. I climbed a tower to replace the E*Genius to find the outdoor ethernet cable jacket was to long to plug in to this unit an...
... stars only because this ranking is labeled as "I love it". I don't feel that electronic devices are ...
28 July 2014
Summary: I don't assign this product 5 stars only because this ranking is labeled as "I love it". I don't feel that electronic devices are an appropriate love object. I set up the access point inside the house, facing out a window at an adobe guest house 75 yards away.