Great Way Round USB WiFi Problems with Linux,
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This review is from: TP-Link TL-WA701ND 150 Mbps Wireless N Access Point - Version 2.0 (Accessory)
I used to reliably connect to my home network with a USB WiFi adapter under Linux until I upgraded to Debian Wheezy. Then my wireless networking came to an abrupt end. After a couple of days of fruitless reconfiguration I decided to buy this access point.
After connecting to it with a simple LAN cable, it was easy to configure it in "Client" mode and enter the SSID and WPA key for my BT Home Hub. The access point then just reboots itself and all is sweetness and light.
Performance is better through this access point than it was with the USB adapter too.