I bought 2 pieces for the company today after positive reviews on PriceSpy. Having used many different access points in the past, but these seem so far to be the best so far.
Everything exudes quality - packaging, documentation, user interface, finish etc..
PoE adapter included and the three antennas can be replaced if you want to increase the range.
Magical! 3 minutes after I unpacked it so delivering the network to all my computers and smartphones. Very professional. Now if you'll complain about anything, it is well that it is just the right bit plasticky. That way, however well up the PoE adapter and detachable antennas. My router is inside a walk-in closet with carrying cement walls but still has no problem delivering to the whole apartment.
8 stars to it is as much function for the low price. Fairly easy to install and configure.
Plus one more star for PoE allowing for neat installation even though the device itself is not so beautiful. LEDs are relatively weak, which also contributes to a discreet installation.
I have not checked up the max transfer speed coming up in, but it feels a bit like that of a "300Mbit" access point can not be hard-wired with gigabit lan. For most, it does not matter, but if you are picky ...
I had some wifi deadspots and needed to extend the range of my wireless network. I've always been pleased with the TP-Link line of products and the TL-WA901ND wireless access point is no exception.
Note: this is NOT a router/wireless router.
*Three wifi standards 802.11b/g/n
*WEP, WPA/WPA2 and most importantly WPA-PSK/WPA-PSK2 with TKIP or AES encryption.
*hidden SSID broadcast (clients can only connect if you know the SSID name)
*MAC filtering (allow/deny physical address of clients)
*Modes: Access Point, Multi-SSID, Client, Repeater, Universal Repeater and Bridge with AP.
*Power over Ethernet (PoE). PoE is used when no power plug is available and you are connecting to another device with an ethernet cable.
Set up was very simple. I use it in Access Point mode with WPA2-PSK + AES encryption and hidden SSID broadcast, connected via a 30m cable to my Linksys router upstairs. This set up provides me with the most reliable and secure connection.
Wirelessly extending your existing wifi network can be performed by running the TL-WA901ND in Repeater or Universal Repeater mode. It will receive the original wifi signal and amplify it into a stronger signal. The downside of this set up is connection speed is effectively halved, hence I prefer the directly cabled method using Access Point mode to retain full speed.
So if you're looking to create or extend a wireless network I strongly recommend you take a look at the TP-Link TL-WA901ND. Easy set up and strong security, perfect.
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