Excerpt: I set up two unit as extender to bring wifi from one brick house to next door brick house in the Dominican Republic . It worked . Will add a 3rd unit to use as acess point to be able to connect a dvr via Ethernet .
Excerpt: I bought this product to replace a wireless router whose routing capabilities were redundant on my network and were causing problems. This device has simplified things quite a bit. It was easy to set up and worked flawlessly out of the box!
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Summary: Hardware is great, and a poe injector that is worth the price alone. Doesn't mean much if you don't need a poe injector, but the access point is worth the price itself. The firmware interface is kind of junk, but everything is there, and that is a set it up once and never see it again stuff anyway. WISH THEY MADE ONE IN 5ghz! Read that TP-Link? Not near as happy with their flagship 802.11ac dual-band router (that I just use as an access point.
Summary: I bought two of these to use at home as Access Points. They are connected to the same Layer-2 network. The APs are configured with the same SSID, WPA2-Personal security, password, MAC allow list, group key update period (30). The only difference is the APs respective static IP and the channel they operate on. So far, it is doing exactly what I want out of it - device roaming across different access points servicing the same network.
Excerpt: Incredibly easy to set up and gets the job done. I have tried it out in a couple different modes: bridge and repeater. Both modes worked as intended. In repeater mode, my internet speed test was about 25% of typical speed. Next, I am going to re-set up as a client, wouldn't expect any problems.