not a bad product. Just had hoped it would be a ...
Judith M. Schreib, Amazon
7 days ago
Summary: This WAP works ok. The previous wireless router we were using had a much larger range. Not sure if it is this item or the firewall slowing down mobile computing. If you are looking for a cheap, decent WAP this will do the trick. If you are looking for a wide range, I would look elsewhere. Overall, not a bad product. Just had hoped it would be a bit stronger signal.
INDUSTRIAL QUALITY, VLAN SUPPORT, MULTI-SSID, PoE SAVE TIME/MONEY
2 weeks ago
Summary: It has been over a year and a half and I'm still very pleased with this trendnet PoE access point. I am running two off a ( a newer version is available with gigabit speeds) with no issues at all. At this site the unit is mounted using the provided base and mounting screws above a suspended ceiling into the concrete supporting the floor above. A simple a reliable physical installation.
crap performance. wasted more money on amazon products that ...
20 December 2012
Summary: junk, avoid at all cost. you can web in to manage the device, crap performance. wasted more money on amazon products that were rated good... I don't believe any product on amazon is actually rated high by consumers, go with industry recommendations.
Awesome Performance equal to PoE's twice the price!
Michael V. Baxter ""Neutrality is a Myth!..., Amazon
10 December 2012
Summary: I've installed several different brand PoE's for customers and this is the one I always go back to. Other brands not only cost more but have worse performance, such as clients losing connection or the poor signal strength. However, this little thing demonstrates a range of about 100 feet (without many walls) to 50 feet (going through several walls). Highly recommended.
Summary: I found out that my laptop, which has an Intel Advanced-N 6230 card, can't connect to this TrendNet 638PAP Access point in 802.11.N mode. It says that it is connected to the network without internet access, but I can't see anything on the network. The Windows Event Viewer shows a lot of Events with an ID of 5060 coming from NETwNs64. If I disable the 802.11.N mode on the laptop card, the laptop connects fine in 802.11.G mode.
Summary: Hooked 2 of these up in bridge mode for my office. Worked like a charm and has been very reliable so far. Ordered 2 more for a client and 1 is installed as an access point. Something on that is acting flaky and not sure if it is the client's equipment or the AP. going to switch out to 2nd one to confirm what is going on.
Summary: Works very well and has decent range. Only quirk is that it won't power up right with just PoE. It has to be powered on with the AC adapter. Once up and running, the AC adapter can be removed with power being maintained by PoE.