Summary: The first thing I did was to try to update the software for this item. Went online to their site downloaded the software according to their Model number. Tryed to install and got the message This upgrade is for model XXX whisch was the model on the back of the units, and would not load. So far the units are not working.
Summary: I purchased this item hoping installation would be as simple as the Netgear boxes I am currently using. I won't leave a negative comment since I may be overlooking something in the installation, but I am a bit disappointed that I couldn't get this to work as easily as other reviewers...
Summary: 1. I'm not sure if the advertised 200 Mbps is 100 each way or 200 each way. I first thought 100 each way, but the GUI routinely reports greater than 100 in one direction. I emphasize GUI, because Windows 7 reports that I never exceed 4.2 Mbytes per sec which is in the range of 34 - 42 Mbps. 2. I am unable to enter a DAK password in the GUI. I found a software/firmware update, but I was unable to install like another reviewer from Jackson, TN. 3.
Summary: I was totally frustrated with getting repeaters to bounce the signal to the back rooms of my house. Also, I had the first generation of powerline adapters that only transmitted about 10 mps. This thing is showing the same reading as I get at the direct connection of the pc to the router - about 100 MB. Did not need to do any setup procedures or even use the included disk. I just plugged them in. That's all! I just plugged them in and instant internet. Get it!!!
Summary: Easy install. Just plugged it in both ends and presto it works. Have not checked speed but it seems just as fast as the directly connected PC. Only item I am puzzled is that the energy saving mode goes into effect when I put the PC to sleep but not when I turn the PC off.
Summary: Easy install. Required nothing more than plugging it into the wall and plugging in an ethernet cable. We used to have a piece of Cat-5 running across the floor, in our home office. I just never got around to running a cable. The terminal server box that we use to share one PC with multiple users, warned against wireless, due to freezes. These Powerline Adapters work great.
Summary: This did not work for me, I only got 12mb, the light was blinking red. That was on my test location, then when it was time to move this to the final location, I was not able to get this device to work no more. There is a reset but nowhere into the manual they are explaining what this button is there for, maybe me, but if you don't get it right the first time difficult to setup.
Summary: Have been waiting for a set of these to go on sale for a while, and they finally did, so I bought a set. Read all the reviews, and couldn't believe you could just plug in and go, But that is exactly what happened. I opened the box, pulled out the adapters,(Didn't even notice the new Cat5 Cables in the bottom of the box I was in such a hurry to try these out) plugged one in by my router in the Office, and the other behind my entertainment center to hook up my Roku/...