Summary: This a great product i use to use a wrt54g v2 with ddwrt with my grid atenna to pick up signal mile with poor connect evennow i have upgraded to this TP-Link TL-WA5210G High Power Cpe am picking up signal 1 miles a away with 70% signal quality and with the Grid i get 2 1/2 miles Max and i live in jamaica so there alot of trees so it really is a good product
Summary: Ok so check it out. I just finished setting this up today. I live in the middle of Manhattan in New York City and I installed this on my roof terrace, probably one of the most saturated wifi environments around, which is why I went with 5ghz...I strongly recommend for urban settings where competing wifi networks are problematic. The unit works GREAT. I have no major complaints, but there's some stuff you need to know: 1. As far as outdoor access points go..
Excellent AP/Router to cover large areas and nearby buildings
NorCal tech guy, Amazon
11 June 2013
Summary: I have now used four of these devices and am extremely happy with them. Impossible to beat for the price. My first purchase was for myself to provide wireless for a guest studio apartment on my property that is about 100 feet from my main house. Simply locating a router near the window to cover the studio apartment never worked very well. When I had guests staying in the studio they had patchy internet and a Roku hooked to a TV inside the studio would not work at all.
Summary: I spent a lot of time trying to find a good solution for an outdoor wifi antenna/router. This seems to be the most affordable and easy solution available. I currently have this unit installed indoors as a client bridge. Once I receive the mounting pole that I ordered separately (Winegard) I'll mount it outside. For the time being, I have the unit aimed through a window.
Summary: This unit has both a quick setup and the more advanced setup configurations available. Both work well, as I used the quick setup to test my setup then went into the advanced config to add wireless security and AP isolation. The TP-Link is mounted to a metal pole 12 feet high and the signal rocks some 2500 feet away over fairly level ground (high desert).
Bought 2, only needed 1! Setup took less than 20 minutes :)
K. Williams, Amazon
11 June 2013
Summary: We have an observatory located around 600 feet from our main house across two hills and through some trees. The observatory has power but no internet. Our house is two story, and on the second level has a clear line of sight to the remote building. I purchased two of these TP-Link TL-WA5210G High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE in order to create a point to point wireless network to be accessed from this remote location.
Purchased two of these to deliver internet to my shed.
Media Maniac, Amazon
11 June 2013
Summary: I use two to send internet to my calving barn to connect to IP cameras. It is working great with a very strong signal at a range of 500ft into a steel shed. The only downfall is they only support b/g and not n signals. That is adequate for my use so I am very happy with them. They are well built to withstand outdoor use, and a little larger than I expected. They come with straps to attach to a round pole.