Excerpt: Here was my dilema: I have three rooms in which I have electronic equipment that need connecting to the internet. These devices included tivos, PS3s (without internal wireless network card), blu-ray players, Tvs, etc. All of these devices have the option to buy a wireless adaptors which averages $70.
Excerpt: I share my two computers with my landlords wireless connection. That means I need to connect 2 desktop systems to the internet via wireless (no wired option available). I found the Zyxel to be a kind of "swiss army knife) in that it can be a wireless access point, wireless extender or wireless router. I thought that was pretty cool, since no matter what my changing needs are, I can use this unit for a wide variety of uses. On top of that, it was fairly inexpensive at...
Pros: I've used this in all configurations and it nicely offers an easy mode and an expert mode. Perfect for a WAP to segment your wireless traffic into seperate SSID's. DHCP passthrough works great unlike some versions of DD-WRT. Overall I would highly recomme
Cons: Only thing I would say is two ports is not enough to use to bridge networks with multiple devices on each side. Of course an inexpensive switch can be used.