Top positive review
It actually works, if you know the secret sauce!
Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2017
I bought this as a last ditch effort to get my circa 2013 Denon AVR with wired only Ethernet access on my wireless network without having to run an impossible cable run. It took me about 1/2 hour (and I have 2 degrees in Comp Sci and Electrical Engr) to get it even to recognize the network. After that I did some Google searches and ran across a page that explained that there is a secret menu hidden in the device at 192.168.1.252/menu.asp. Once I did that I was presented with a plethora of options including setting a static IP address and even changing the base address of the bridge to my 10.20.x.x network. As a 192 device it's useless if your home doesn't have a 192.x.x.x setup.
Using the menu and a few reboots, I not only managed to change it to my 10 network but also assign a static IP to it so I can access my Denon AVR from my browser whenever I want.
The instructions are vague and the online manual even worse. But I won't take away a star for people just not knowing how to write a decent instruction manual.
End result, I connected it to my Denon, powered it up and entered the IP address in my browser and up popped the Denon configuration menu! It also remembers all the changes across power outages but you can do a manual reset in case you need to.
So this is a great solution for adding wireless to just about any legacy wired device. Being you can assign static IP addresses you can have as many of these puppies installed all over the house as you'd like. A good solution without many other options available like this.