Summary: Bought this over a year ago for my WD TV Live Hub to get it on the network. Has worked very well besides the initial setup which can be a little frustrating, but I can't tell if that's due to Windows or the unit. Either way this thing does its job well and allows me to access my content from anywhere on the network. Also have used it for Xbox live and no problems there either.
Summary: I bought this bridge to provide internet to my multimedia center equipment. It was easy to setup, connects to my Bandrich wireless router with WPA and now my Swan video system, Sony BD player, Onyko receiver and DTV receivers has internet access.
Summary: I strongly recommended this product. If you have a smart tv, go with this one rather than using the built-in wifi. Using this wireless bridge will give you faster speed than your own wifi. I have tested it out with a pc for my fios 15m/5m connection. If I use a wifi for my laptop, i got like 7m down max, but if I use this to connect to my laptop wired network port, I got 15m and up download speed!
Update: Nice piece of equipment, but a few potential problems.
15 February 2014
Summary: I was looking for a bridge that didn't require much thinking to set up and had multiple ports. This products fits the criteria very well. The box comes with the Wireless Bridge, 2ft ethernet cable, ac adapter, CD (not sure what's on this, didn't use it), and an instruction manual. The instructions were easy to follow, maybe 10 steps. As long as you know your wireless security type and password the setup is as easy as 1,2,3.