Netgear-wnap210.4533366
7.0 out of 10

Netgear WNAP210

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Reviews for Netgear WNAP210

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Overall 10
10

A step up from consumer grade

Warren B., Newegg
1 April 2013
  • Pros: Reliable, multiple SSID, Rogue AP detection, good session capacity and data rate, can run off PoE.
  • Cons: Plastic case, occasional interference issues, average coverage
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Overall 10
10

Solid AP with multiple SSID's POE and VLAN Support

Ronald R., Newegg
23 August 2011
  • Summary: 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. Have been using them for a year and a half without issue.
  • Cons: I think this only supports 8 VLAN's. Not an issue for us but maybe a concern on large networks.
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Overall 2
2.0

Could not configure

Charles M., Newegg
6 June 2011
Overall 10
10

No problems at this point

Warren B., Newegg
21 February 2011
  • Summary: No external antenna connection
  • Pros: POE
  • Cons: Plastic case
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Overall 2
2.0

a terrible product

Anonymous, Newegg
17 December 2010
  • Pros: "It looks good" Not good enough
  • Cons: I bought this to replace an antique router I was using as a wireless access point. When running it I had to dial it back to 11g to get it to maintain a connection. I could not get more than 8 feet from the unit. I tested it with 3 separate laptops and a pc using a usb wifi unit. Wet cardboard literally degrades the signal (this is me testing it), so you will not be able to have any structure between you and the unit. I don't see how this thing could serve anyone's nee...
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Overall 2
2.0

Absolute Junk

Anonymous, Newegg
16 December 2010
  • Pros: None
  • Cons: I bought this to replace an old belkin router that I was using as an access point... thinking it was an upgrade. Running in n mode it will not hold a connection, unless parked right beside it. I tried 3 different laptops (a dell Latitude E6400, Acer Aspire 5334, and an Asus eee PC). I then forced it to G... I was finally able to get a stable connection as long as I remained within 8 feet of it. I tried forcing it to specific channels and reorienting it.. which gave a ...
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Overall 2
2.0

defective fail

Alberta Q., Newegg
10 August 2010
  • Summary: Fails to communicate with Intel centrino 6200 AGN wireless.
  • Pros: All the parts were in the box and the shipping time was exemplary (as usual).
  • Cons: Old equipment that does not do b/g/n mode very well.
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Overall 10
10

Solid home access point

Richard W., Newegg
4 December 2009
  • Pros: I bought this to replace an older (non-Netgear) Wireless-G access point, as our laptops were having trouble maintaining a connection. Since setting this up, access has been solid from all of our systems.
  • Cons: For something built to be attractive enough to be in a public space, there are a lot of bright blinking LEDs, which can be noticeable when lights are out.
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Overall 2
2.0

Do not buy

John P., Newegg
16 September 2009
  • Pros: Aesthetically appealing
  • Cons: I bought this access point to replace what I had considered to be a very poor access point. However, this access point changed my perspective altogether. For example, while trying to write this review, I have already had my wireless signal dropped three times. I would say that the average connection time is in the area of 2-4 minutes between drops. I tried updating the firmware, ensuring that my clients had the latest drivers, testing multiple wireless clients, all wi...
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Overall 10
10

Awesome Wireless Coverage

Paul, Beach Audio
3 September 2009
  • Summary: 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 that room already. This time I used 3 wireless access points including the N technology and am totally satisfied with the result.
  • Pros: Bridging saved time, Covers my whole 3 acres, Stylish looks, Thorough documentation
  • Cons: Reading took awhile
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