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TrendNET N600 High Power Dual Band Wireless N Access Point, TEW-750DAP (Wireless N Access Point)


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  • TEW-750DAP
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BrandTRENDnet
Item Weight621 g
Product Dimensions20.3 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm
Item model numberTEW-750DAP
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Wattage10.1 watts
  
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ASINB00E37JJCQ
Best Sellers Rank 36,632 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight635 g
Date First Available22 July 2013
  
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got sky hub, so no dual band or giggabit port, wanted to add dual band via an ap, so this looked good. as this defaults to ap mode, thought no need to follow set up instructions and set up using a static ip address on pc. so connect ap to router via network cable, connect ap power adapter and power up, so long as you have an existing router/hub wifi connection access ap using address shown on set up disc/pdf. set up wizard will appear, follow instructions to set up password etc. then in menu go to main, network settings, set as dynamic ip [dhcp], do not go to dhcp settings, this will set ap to default to your router, which will be set as a dhcp server and combine ap into network, assigning ip address etc, go to wireless settings etc and set up as required. good ap, no problems so far (had for 2 weeks)great value, for a dual band ap. not tried other settings as only want to use as an ap.
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By Iain on 18 Feb 2014
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It does what it claims. Good wi-fi signal, both in the crowded 2.4GHz band and in the almost-empty 5GHz band. This is one of those devices that works so well you tend to take it for granted.
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By Papadelta on 3 Feb 2014
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Easy setup. Used to extend WIFI from upstairs router to downstairs via cable.

Both 5ghz and 2.4ghz simultaneously.

Very satisfied.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful
Much more than I was looking for 21 Oct 2010
By Ted Hajduk - Published on Amazon.com
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This AP has it all - 802.11b/g/n, Power over Ethernet, decent user interface, good configuration flexibility, all the options you could ever want.

I found this item when I searched Amazon for a Power over Ethernet AP. I wanted to finally install an AP in a permanent location in my house (instead of hanging off my desk) but I didn't want the hassle of having to run BOTH a power line AND an Ethernet cable to the device. Just to be clear, the PoE (Power over Ethernet) function allows you to use ONE cable (the ethernet cable) for both power for the device AND the network connection to the device. The power supplied to the device is DC low wattage (less than 20 watts)

In addition, "SHE ... who must be obeyed" had some "concerns" about the appearance of any ceiling-mounted AP and how it might clash with the decor (multiple black antennas hanging down like a large spider). Also, I wanted a device that a Network Engineer (20+ years experience) didn't think was a toy.

This device had exceeded my expectations. First (and most important - after all, SHE must be obeyed) the appearance was clean and neat - a white cylinder, a little thicker than a smoke detector - the antennas were all inside the unit, nothing dangling.

Once I configured the device at my desk upstairs (gotta start somewhere) we were off. I dragged my notebook downstairs and checked NetStumbler - the signal strength was -20dB - I carried it outside and walked 200' away from my property line and still got -45dB (ok - I was impressed). Dropped NetStumbler and fired up FireFox and it was fast.

Back to the desk and configure the basics I use (no SSID Broadcast, mac address filtering, WPA2, PSK, etc., etc.) - was straight forward, the interface was all intuitive (well, ok, I'll admit it - intuitive for a Network Engineer - I don't know how to NOT know the things I know and to see the screens as the "average" person sees them - if you have any issues, ask the IT geek in your friend circle for help and bake them a plate of cookies).

The best part was the final physical installation! Since the coverage was so good, I was able to drop my original plans to install it on the 1st floor ceiling (drill hole between floors, run power and ethernet, large mounting area for power transformer, etc.) and instead opted for the 2nd floor ceiling - very near the "utility room" (where I have my cable modem, router, firewall, phone punch-down blocks, etc.). I drilled a hole in the ceiling of the utility room (into the attic), and another in the ceiling of the 2nd floor atrium. I attached the mounting plate around the 2nd hole (light-duty plastic anchors and screws included), ran the cat5 cable between the holes, plugged the cable into the AP and push-twist (think bayonet connectors) and it was mounted!

Back at the utility room - plug the other end into the TrendNet PoE injector (I had to buy that separately), plug the injector into the power strip and move the cable (I was previously using at my desk) to the injector - and I was done.

Since then - no problems whatsoever. It's been running without any intervention for about 4 months now. We have 3 Windows XP notebooks and 1 Windows 7 notebook - we have had multiple simultaneous streaming video sessions active at the same time with no problems. The AP looks good as you walk up the stairs (I made sure to orient the mounting plate so the 3 blue LEDs would present a symmetrical appearance - very cool - you can also turn the LEDs off if you want).

I have been recommending this item to my friends and to several business that I support.

The only thing I have left to determine is longevity. A lot of the APs I have used in the past have burned out in 6-9 months - we'll see. I'll try to revisit this review after a year and let you know. I'm also going to try to set up a test for dropped packets (as I read in the other review) and report on it too.

Hope this helps.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Finally JUST an access point 24 Mar 2010
By DH - Published on Amazon.com
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Finally just an access point that has all the features you would normally see in units starting at 3x the cost in a package stylish enough that it can be placed where it is needed in the home or office. Mine is in the center hallway of the house and draws the eye no more than the smoke detector. I will be recommending and installing this for both residential and commercial customers in the future.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
TEWS-690AP - Works very well once you solve the setup riddle 7 Feb 2012
By Norris - Published on Amazon.com
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This unit works very well and is fast, so I am generously giving it 4 stars, but it was a real bear to configure. As noted by another reviewer, TRENDnet made the questionable design decision to ship this unit with an "out-of-box" configuration that makes it impossible to easily connect to from your existing network to configure it. They ship it with a statically defined IP address of 192.168.10.100. Typical home networks use IP addresses in the range 192.168.1.nnn and will report "no route to host" if you try to ping an IP address of 192.168.10.100. So even if you figure out the IP address being used by the box (information buried on page 31 of the users guide) you have a fundamental connectivity problem to solve. Because I have a basic understanding of TCP/IP I realized there was no gateway on my network to route packets from the 192.168.1 subnet to the 192.168.10 subnet. So to connect to it to configure it, I had to take an old wireless G router and configure its WAN port to use a static IP address of 192.168.10.0, then plug both my laptop and the TEW-690AP into that router on a table top, completely apart from my network. Effectively, I created a tiny network with an improvised router capable of routing from 192.168.1.xxx to 192.169.10.xxx. Once I did that I could instantly connect to [...] and get into the admin web gui, and it was smooth sailing after that. I changed the network configuration to dynamically request an IP address, saved the settings, and shut it off. Then when I reconnected it to my real network and powered it up, it got an IP address of 192.168.1.104 from my wireless router's DHCP function and I could connect to it right away from any machine on my local network and tune the access point's wireless configuration and set up the security. I feel the device ought to be configured out-of-box to use a dynamically assigned IP address in the range 192.168.1.nnn, because typical home local area networks use IP addresses in that range, this is long-established practice, a de-facto standard. And this is not sold as a router, it is an access point, so people are going to be adding it to a network that already has a router with a DHCP function ready to issue it an IP address as soon as it is turned on and connected.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
weaker range than some older N300 devices 28 Feb 2011
By R. Papasian - Published on Amazon.com
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Great interface, highly configurable. Very attractive appearance. POE makes mounting potentially easier but you will near a power-injector (NOT included). Signal and range appear weaker than they should be. Price seems to be appropriate for what it is. I would rather pay more and get killer range and penetration like in a higher-end D-Link unit.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Reboots randomly, poor documentation 21 May 2012
By Linux Nut - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
The documentation that comes with the product is poor. The web site is not very informative.

My access point had a non-standard default password when reset to factory defaults. I had to guess to figure it out.

I bought two to set up a network for a larger area. Figuring out how to do it was a process of trial and error. In the "Knowledge Base" on the TRENDnet web site, it's hard to tell which access point needs to be configured in what way in order to get it to work.

I could forgive these problems. However, when conducting large data transfers over a secure network (think backup) it would reboot itself. Often, when it did so, it would forget it's entire configuration. Fortunately, I backed up the configuration to a file. It's annoying to have to manually fix my access point every few weeks... more often when it's hot.

Eventually I bought a netbook cooler (with a fan) to put the thing on. That helped... now it does not reboot and loose its mind so often... but it still does occasionally.

Stay away from this junk. I used to love TRENDnet because they had good quality products for good prices. Now, I will stay away from TRENDnet products. An item this expensive should have better documentation and should be reliable.
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