No es el mejor punto de acceso del mundo pero si uno de los más bonitos. Este es un repetidor inalámbrico, con funciones de punto de acceso y repetidor, también dispone de soporte para WIFI del tipo N900, con lo cual es capaz de alcanzar 450 Mbps de transmisión de datos, además de contar con doble banda WIFI 2.4 GHz y 5 GHz. Cuenta con un diseño con antenas incorporadas, son tres antenas ortogonales que están sobre el dispositivo.
Este amplificador de señal wifi inalámbrico cuenta con puerto Ethernet Gigabit, RJ 45 que soporta hasta 450 Mbps de velocidad. Es ideal para disfrutar de contenido en alta definición sin cortes.
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27 de abril de 2012
I have an ASUS RT-AC66U Dual-Band Wireless-AC1750 Gigabit Router in my office (upstairs far left of the house) and I was having occasional issues with a weak signal in my family room (downstairs far right and about 95' away).I placed the ASUS (EA-N66) in the downstairs wiring closet (about 70' away from router and 25' from apple TV, Roku, Smart Samsung TV, etc) and I've got great signal now.I initially had some problems getting the ASUS (EA-N66) to connect to my router (as a repeater) despite entering it's MAC address into the router (I use MAC filtering for added security). After several attempts I decided to try to hard reset the ASUS (EA-N66) by using the rest button on the bottom and it linked right up with my router after that and it's been working perfectly ever since.If you've got low signal issues I highly recommend this for use as a repeater, it does a great job. If you have problems getting it to connect to your router, try the reset button before sending it back. Once you get it connected update the firmware if needed.Hope that information is helpful to some of you.
Oh, boy...The reason I got this was my previous wireless adapter (TRENDNET TEW-684UB) was USB-based. It was working fine, until I started wanting to perform scheduled backup/restore operations to/from my NAS using Macrium Reflect and its WinPE-based recovery solution. The problem was I couldn't get the drivers for the USB wireless adapter to work in the WinPE environment.Frustrated, I decided to find an *Ethernet* wireless adapter. This is actually great because my distant desktop no longer has to know that it's connected wireless (i.e. decoupling/ separation of concerns). After doing some research, I opted for the EA-N66 as opposed to Netgear's WNCE3001 based on a detailed review at SmallNetBuilder and the fact that I will be using the 5 GHz band for my distant desktop.With the EA-N66 I achieved my goal regarding backups and restores, but I also got another huge surprise. Performance scream! With my previous TRENDNET adapter, my file transfers between my distant desktop and my NAS reached a max of ~4 MB/sec (i.e. ~32 Mbps) . With the EA-N66, I am now able to reach ~19 MB/sec (~ 152 Mbps). I almost fainted. I thought life was good when I was actually living in the dark ages. It's like I was in the Matrix and I initially took the friggin' blue pill, but realized that I had taken it up the ass, so now I just took the red pill... and... damn, this adapter rules.Life became even better when music streaming from my NAS no longer stuttered while doing synchronizations/ backups from my desktop.I have heard people talk about instability issues. I did notice that every 1-2 days it disconnects from my router. I initially thought it was this device and contemplated returning it, but after investigation, I realized that my router, while still broadcasted the 5 Ghz SSID, no client could connect to it until the router was rebooted, then it would work for 1-2 more days. It seems like the EA-N66 is so fast that it uncovered a problem in my router, which is a Linksys E4200 v1 by the way. I decided to flash the latest Tomato Shibby firmware on my router, and the connection has been rock solid for 4 days now.I am very happy with the ASUS EA-N66.Update 3-DEC-2014:I noticed that someone has found this review helpful. I decided to update it and inform everybody that the ASUS EA-N66 and Linksys E4200 v1 with Tomato Shibby combination has been rock solid for about 3 months. I could not be happier with my setup. Macrium Reflect backups to my NAS take 10-15 minutes as opposed to at least an hour before. Rating of 5 stars remains!
Asus products are usually high quality products, but so far over the last couple of years I have purchased 3 ASUS (EA-N66) Dual Band Access Points and have had the same trouble with each of the three. The problem is that the device will stop operating over night and you can no longer login to access or connect to the device via wireless. RMA these products is a gamble.ASUS customer service has no ability to notate what they fixed or even if they fixed the unit. They just send it back to you with no documentation on what had transpired. So far I have received the same one back with no repairs, and all three times I had trouble getting a response back on what they actually do to fix the units. This last one I have ordered and had to return takes the cake. I have reached the point where I have to stop using ASUS wireless products. I run a computer business and I dont like my customers have problems with equipment. I sent this one back for the same problem. The sent it back with no information on what was fixed again, and then I had to figure out for myself what happened by calling their customer service department. The rep said the fixed the Ethernet port but I think they are just lying through there teeth as it seems like they have no contact with the repair department.When I received it back the power adapter was not working so I could not test the unit and had to send it back to replace the power adapter. Had to wait another 2 weeks finally I get the unit back test over night and the same problem occurs. Emailed there customer service and here is what I get back. Bear in mind this is the third time I have sent this unit back:Dear Scott,I have no oversight regarding the policies and procedures followed at the RMA facility.I can issue a multiple return RMA so that this unit must be handled by a lead technician once it arrives - but I do not have any ability to ensure that this unit is replaced once received, so I could not in good faith make that confirmation.If you would like me to issue a multple return RMA, just let me know.Regards,Steven TASUS Technical Support812-282-ASUSI went ahead and tried to contact their escalation department and they sent me right back to repair. So far its not appearing that their escalation department is doing anything other than passing the issue off. So far pretty bad customer experience in trying to get a resolution.Update 3/1/2015 The Escalation responded to my last request for a replacement and said they would submit a request for a replacement. I sent the unit back and they sent me a brand new device, which appears to be working so far.I think ASUS wants to do the right thing, its really just about getting to the right person, there customer service is not really managed very well and there is very little coordination between the service center, repair and escalation departments. Trying to get a resolution is possible but very time consuming at least with wireless products.
Este es un repetidor inalámbrico, con funciones de punto de acceso y repetidor, también dispone de soporte para WIFI del tipo N900, con lo cual es capaz de alcanzar 450 Mbps de transmisión de datos