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Linksys WAP300N IEEE 802.11n 300 Mbps Wireless Access Point

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  • Create a new wireless network in hard to reach areas
  • Upgrade your network to Wireless-N
  • 4-1 product to customize your wireless expansion
  • Experience faster video streaming and sharing
  • Up to 300 Mbps speed
  • Wireless-N with 2.4 or 5 GHz band
  • 1 Fast Ethernet 10/100 port
  • Two antennas for expanded wireless coverage
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Create a new wireless network or upgrade your existing network to Wireless-N performance.

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Brand NameLinksys
Item model numberWAP300N
Operating SystemWindows, Mac
Item Weight1.1 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H2.91 x 9.50 x 7.40 inches
Color Black
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Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableApril 30, 2013
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By John M. O'Connor on July 16, 2013
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this little guy works as advertized, highly recommended!...every area of my 1600sqft home is at 65+% signal...the furthest areas were at 15% signal previously...the bandwidth is just as fast wirelessly as it is wired...this was confirmed by using this device as a wireless access point...gets max theoretical down-load/up-load from is a breeze...tested with NetFlix & Amazon stuttering what-so-ever...
ok, thats the wonderful the reality...the setup was non-functional...this is one place where LibnkSys has been very consistant...i have yet to get a LinkSys setup CD to function properly...(one exception, the driver install for the AE3000 Wireless N USB adapter worked like a champ)...basically what i did to get this setup...i connected WAP to my router via ether net...this let DHCP give the WAP an IP..then i found WAP on my net work...right clicked to get to Web Page Setup...peace-of cake after that...i'm am definetly a manual configuration kind of person...and that is the only way i could get this to work...and work it does...good-luck & God''c

Addendum: 7/16/13...device is still working like a quirk i noticed...the option to turn off WireLess Administration of the WAP did not take effect until after in manually shut-down & restarted my Wireless Router (LinkSys EA4500) and the WAP...also while i cannot access WAP administration via wire-less (this is good)...i can access WAP administration from my computer wired to the router (this is not only good, but also convenient as i can access WAP easily, however no else can, as they are not inside my network, and wouldn't know what the WAP IP address is anyway...i can live with this)...i would still like to change the Login to the WAP...
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Techie on December 4, 2013
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Ok I bought 2 of these and they crashed my network continuously for a week. I sent one back for replacement because I thought it was a bad unit. The network still crashed the next day because of the other one. That one I sent back for a refund. Then the replacement came and I let it sit for a while. The network was flawless and I reverted to using the WAP54G wireless adapters which had worked flawlessly in the past. After my network was stable I unboxed the new replacement unit. hooked it up and immediately upgraded the firmware. I then set this one up to be a N only access point. Not only has it not killed my network but my speed has doubled to 56 MBS PLUS and I have Comcast blast which maxes out at 50 Plus. So its as good as a wired connection. It is working with both of my WAP54G access points. In doing research on the problem this type of network failure is reported in the Linksys support forums from a number of customers. I needed the N speed for game streaming to the Nvidia Shield and it works very well. So I breath a sigh of relief for now. It should also be noted that when this is set to mixed mode my speeds never went over 20 MBS or the G speed. I'm keeping the replacement and some day may buy the second one again but not for now, that was a very bad week. I also would advise to only use the N speed setting and avoid using Mixed mode. I haven't tested this on N/G so it could have been the firmware that fixed it. The problem is if it fails you may never get access to it again for reconfiguring as happened to one of the first two I purchased even after powering it off and resetting the unit.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Inna Tysoe TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 4, 2014
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At home I have U-Verse internet with a bulky 2Wire HG3600 router. It is both ugly and big enough to be a VHS tape player. Unfortunately, it is also proprietory and essential hardware for our Internet service.

I’ve been looking for something to replace or extend the wireless connectivity around the house while relegating the AT&T router to a drawer out of the way as this huge and ugly piece of hardware needs to be in a prominent location to provide wifi to various mobile devices around the house.

This is where the Linksys WAP300N comes in. Its fairly compact low profile black design makes it unassuming and easy to hide somewhere prominent in the room. It has several modes it can run in:

Access Point
Wireless Media Connector
Wireless Range extender
Wireless Bridge

I settled with Access Point. It basically gives you another wifi signal to link to instead of your router.

Set-up is pretty simple. You hook up your N300 to your existing router via the Ethernet cable. Run the setup CD and follow the simple instructions to get up and running. The only information you need to provide is a name for your Wifi signal and your router’s existing password. That’s usually printed on a label underneath the router (unless you change it manually). You also get to choose whether you want a 2.5Ghz or 5Ghz channel. The 2.5Ghz is the generic standard that everyone uses and everyone shares the same 14 possible channels (usually the first 11) which can cause interference and degrade your wifi performance slightly. I went with the newer 5Ghz standard which uses separate channels. Both notebooks, Android tablet, Android and Apple phones worked perfectly.

I did have some trouble finding the router after setting it up.
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