Summary: It comes with a short USB extension cable, which is a good thing, because otherwise it wouldn't have fit into the back of my WDTV Live Hub. The neighboring connectors are too close. It also let me elevate the device a bit in my cabinet for better reception.
Summary: I've been having great success using this to connect my PC to the wireless network in my house. Worked out of the box with both Windows 7 and Ubuntu. Also, it came with a little USB extension cable, which helps plug it into cramped USB slots.
Summary: I have solar panels an myy Envoy was initially connected to the internet via ethernet cable. Due to a change by the cable company, that option was no longer available. Enphase suggested I purchase one of these to connect my Envoy to the internet.
Summary: This little guy works with Linux Mint 14 (likely previous versions of Ubuntu and Linux Mint as well). Although others have indicated this is plug and play, here is how I got it to work on Linux Mint 14: 1. plug it into your USB port (nothing happened for me) 2.
Summary: Very easy to install and did not require any setup in my situation. I am using this device to gain internet access for my solar power monitoring system. It is working very well and allows me to update and monitor my solar power production whenever my system is connected to home wifi.