Netgear WNAP210 Reviews

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★★★★ 3.7
   6 reviews
Manufacturer: Netgear
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Awesome Wireless Coverage

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: I tried to install wireless in my large 4500 square foot house 6 years ago with an early 802.11g wireless access point (WAP) but got terrible coverage and I threw it away. It only provide good signal strength in the room where it was located, and there were already plenty of RJ45 ethernet jacks in...
Pros: Bridging saved time, Covers my whole 3 acres, Stylish looks, Thorough documentation
Cons: Reading took awhile
10 years ago

Whoever "Dependable" is they are clearly a Netgear troll. ...

★★★★★ 2.0
Verdict: Whoever "Dependable" is they are clearly a Netgear troll. Just minutes after I logged a totally negative review of this equipment, we get this sophomoric testimonial from this paid hire. I repeat. THIS EQUIPMENT DOES NOT WORK.
4 years ago

Inexpensive, solid feature set

★★★★★ 2.0
Verdict: I bought the Netgear Prosafe Wireless-N Access Point to replace a Linksys wireless G access point I'
Pros: Inexpensive, sold feature set including POE
Cons: Unreliable, didn't last long
9 years ago

awsome

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: No words to say its absolutely nice product don't hesitate take it up . . . . . . .
9 years ago

Solid AP with multiple SSID's POE and VLAN Support

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Don't enable wireless client separation if you want to connect your laptop to a wireless printer.
Pros: Solid AP with multiple SSID's, VLAN support and POE. I have 4 of these running our business and guest networks and Wireless VOIP phones.
Cons: I think this only supports 8 VLAN's. Not an issue for us but maybe a concern on large networks
8 years ago

Netgear ProSafe Wireless N Access Point (WNAP210)

★★★★★ 3.0
Verdict: Netgear's ProSafe Wireless-N Access Point (WNAP210) is specifically designed to meet the needs of small business. The WNAP210 is a single-band 802.11n access point that is backwards compatible with 802.11g. The AP, which lists for $170, gave me just average throughput in testing.
Pros: Low-cost AP for small business. Easy to deploy and manage. Can work as a bridge or repeater
Cons: Average throughput. Throughput drops significantly at greater distances. Some drops in connectivity
9 years ago

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