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TP-Link TL-WA5210G High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE


TP-Link TL-WA5210G High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE


TP-Link TL-WA5210G 2.4GHz High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE

  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Outdoor weatherproof and 4000V lightning/15KV ESD protection design
  • 12dBi dual-polarized antenna to build long distance WiFi connection up to 15km
  • High Power to boost your signal coverage and link speed
  • High output transmission power and reception sensitivity optimized 12dBi directional antennas fit for various environments and boost your signal level
  • 1x external Reverse SMA Connector One Grounding Terminal
  • Frequency Range: 2.4-2.4835GHz Wireless Transmit Power:
  • Standards: IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b Interface: 1x 10/100M Auto-Sensing RJ45 Port(Auto MDI/MDIX, PoE);

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Question by sara bluebell: do i need a wireless apapter for my laptop?
I thought i needed a wireless router and now i think i need a card of some sort to make my laptop conect to the internet. What do I need?

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Answer by L
Yea, i use a card to get signal for internet signal, mines made by comcast. it also picks of signals from anywhere in a certain range

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  1. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bought 2, only needed 1! Setup took less than 20 minutes :), March 21, 2012
    By 
    K. Williams
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    This review is from: TP-Link TL-WA5210G High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE (Personal Computers)

    We have an observatory located around 600 feet from our main house across two hills and through some trees. The observatory has power but no internet. Our house is two story, and on the second level has a clear line of sight to the remote building.

    I purchased two of these TP-Link TL-WA5210G High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE in order to create a point to point wireless network to be accessed from this remote location. After setting up the first one just outside of a window on the first floor pointing toward the building(but no line of sight), I was surprised to be able to see the Wifi network(100% strength) both infront of and inside the building. Then to just test it I went further away to around 1200 feet and the signal went down to about 60% strength.

    When I tried to access to the network however, both iPhone and laptop could see the network yet unable to connect to it. I went back to the TP Link settings page(via Chrome browser 192.168.1.254) and downloaded the most recent firmware update. That also did not fix the issue. I added WPA2 security and set those settings to automatic and that allowed me to connect to it. I have read various reviews claiming issues with the quick setup, and adding security was the solution for me.

    I changed locations and moved it upstairs away from my router and actually used a Netgear 85Mbps Powerline Network Adapter Kit – XETB1001 to connect it to the internet. I was worried about the power injector because I have 2 powerline systems running in the house but I saw no interference with or from either system. I positioned the TP-Link directly towards the building through a couple of branch-less trees but otherwise unobstructed view. It is behind a window(inside the house) at the corner of the house that is closest to the building.

    After moving it upstairs the signal strength is 100% at 2000 feet and I haven’t checked any further. Inside of the building that is steel, tin, and wood I get perfect reception and fast speeds. I had planned to set up a second one to act as a relay but I ended up not even needing it. I am very surprised at the quality, ease of setup, and features available for a product in this price range. It was a complete solution for my situation and I see the range of possibilities for commercial and retail use. My biggest surprised was how robust the browser control panel was, with included explanations of every menu item on EVERY screen. Very happy about that.

    I have a little networking knowledge but this was completely new thing to me, and within half an hour I was good to go.

    My hope is to mount it to a PVC pipe outside of the house facing the same direction, as it is designed to be outside I feel it will increase the range even more when properly setup. Everyplace I read said this is optimized for rural use, so I feel if you have open fields and hills without much obstructions, you can probally get the ranges they advertise(when properly installed) and if you need more range you can always setup an external antenna like this Hawking HiGain Directional Antenna, indoor/outdoor, 14dBi HAO14SDP I was looking at.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Working Fine, December 28, 2011
    By 
    Cheery Onez (Terminus) –

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    I spent a lot of time trying to find a good solution for an outdoor wifi antenna/router. This seems to be the most affordable and easy solution available. I currently have this unit installed indoors as a client bridge. Once I receive the mounting pole that I ordered separately (Winegard) I’ll mount it outside.

    For the time being, I have the unit aimed through a window. It seems that the Low-e glass in my windows has a metallic film that is causing much of the interference with my wifi signal. As soon as I open the window, the signal strength increases by almost double. So once I get this unit mounted outside, I’ll have a great connection.

    The setup was easy. The administration software that comes installed on the unit & accessed through my browser is easy to navigate and configure. In the past I have set up a client bridge using DD-WRT and I think the TP-Link configuration is easier. There are even nice tools to view live signal strength and data throughput statistics.

    It is powered through a small PoE device that comes included in the box. They have also included a short piece of cat-5 patch cable to run from the unit to the PoE device as well as a couple of plastic tie straps to mount the unit to a pole.

    All in all I think it is a wonderful value.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not really a long range AP, December 3, 2012
    By 
    J. Green “Picaxeman” (USA) –
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    I bought this to extend my home WiFi range. I currently use a Linksys WRT54G running DD-WRT firmware. It is placed in an upstairs bedroom and I felt that getting the Ap outdoors and up on my TV tower should give much greater range. I hung the TP Link on the tower, connected it, and started checking the signal compared to the Linksys using a Nexus tablet running WiFi Analyzer. In most places, the Linksys had a better signal by at least 10 dB. Since I was using the built in directional antenna, I tried to get in line with the antenna’s main lobe. This helped the signal strength some. I got maybe 400 feet away before both signals faded away. Even at extreme distances, the Linksys was as good or better than the TP link and this was going through walls and at a lower height. Next, I connected a 12 dBi omni antenna I had previously mounted on the tower. Obviously, the antenna’s gain was greatly exaggerated. Signal strength was lower than before. It was uniform in all directions, just lower. That is not the fault of the TP link AP however and is just included as a point of reference. I did find the TP Link easy to set up as an access point and my Nexus was able to connect and access the internet easily. All in all I have to say the advertising for this unit is misleading. If you read the fine print, you will see that the power is rated as ERP using a 12 dBi antenna. This means that the actual output is only +15 dBm. I have a co worker who has internet but no wifi. I think I will give this and a small switch to them since they only need coverage in their home.

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