not a bad product. Just had hoped it would be a ...
Judith M. Schreib, Amazon
17 November 2014
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
Stephanie Sullivan, Amazon
26 October 2014
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.
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.
Summary: I had an older Trednet access point that I purchased on a Newegg deal. It worked well for some time, so when it died I bought this as a replacement. The range range was poor and net traffic would occassionally hang. I junked it and got an access point made by someone else that works fine.
Pros: Not too many ... Cheap if you get one that works sell
Summary: After suffering with this bouncing for a month I replaced it with an INTELLINET 524735 Wireless 300N PoE Access Point. That one has its own (minor) issues but the disconnection problem disappeared.
Pros: Setting it up was pretty easy (but I'm well versed in these things). I was looking for an AP that would run on PoE and this one does. It seems to work well and has good range. The case itself is glossy black and attractive.
Cons: It locked up a few times and needed a power-cycle to get it going again. After you make a config change it reboots itself (30 seconds to complete). It froze a couple of times doing that too so I had to power cycle it. The biggest problem for me is that our iPads continually lose connection. If I leave "automatically join network" on, the iPad will just drop the connection. If I have that setting on, I get a dialog box every 5-10 minutes asking if I want to join the ne...
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: My main purpose in getting this box was to get an AP that supported POE--part of an emergency power-outage strategy. An extra benefit was adding "n" wireless capability. For the most part I'm happy with the results but the issue with iOS devices is annoying.
Pros: POE which is the reason I bought it. 802.11g/b/n. Small size, only 3.2 watts power draw. Good range, good speed
Cons: This replaced a D-Link which supported simultaneous WPA and WPA2. This one only supports one or the other so I had to reconfigure some of my devices. We have 2 ipads, 2 iphones and several different kinds of laptops. The apple devices pop up a box, every 5-10 minutes if I'm not actively using the wireless, asking if I want to (re)connect to the SSID. If I uncheck the "ask to join network" box under the Apple settings that dialog box doesn't appear but the units will s...