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Yes, mine certainly did.
By iGiblets on 12 April 2016
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Yes, if you have the IP address you can jump into the GUI and configure it yourself - no need of any CDs,
By Mauricio on 13 October 2015
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Its impossible get 300 MBS
We have here 100 and works okay

By tiago mascarenhas on 24 August 2015
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Think of this as an add-on wireless device. You will plug it into a router that has no wireless capability. It then becomes a 'POINT' on your network from which you can ACCESS WIRELESS. Thus wireless access point. Don't intend for that to sound condescending in any way.
Anyway, the access point can also be used to ext… see more
Think of this as an add-on wireless device. You will plug it into a router that has no wireless capability. It then becomes a 'POINT' on your network from which you can ACCESS WIRELESS. Thus wireless access point. Don't intend for that to sound condescending in any way.
Anyway, the access point can also be used to extend your existing wireless network, if the wireles signal from your router doesn't reach all parts of your house. Hope this helps. see less
Think of this as an add-on wireless device. You will plug it into a router that has no wireless capability. It then becomes a 'POINT' on your network from which you can ACCESS WIRELESS. Thus wireless access point. Don't intend for that to sound condescending in any way.
Anyway, the access point can also be used to extend your existing wireless network, if the wireles signal from your router doesn't reach all parts of your house. Hope this helps.

By iGiblets on 17 July 2015
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Hi Colin, although a great unit there is only one input with no loop through. I have fitted many of these units and it is the only thing lacking. But of course its all about price.
By Tony Pitchford on 07 August 2014
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Yes, that's the whole idea. All your devices, whether wired or wireless, will be able to communicate with each other as part of the same network.
By M. Wakefield on 18 November 2014
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Power - 12V, 0.5A
By Maplin_Webdeals SELLER on 29 September 2015