D-Link's business grade AP / Bridge / Client is more expensive, but also a more flexible and higher performer than its DAP-1522 consumer sibling.
Linksys' new WET11 is causing quite a stir in the wireless networking world. Some say it's just a WAP11 stuck in AP Client mode. Others say it works great and wish it were weatherized for outdoor WISP-type use. So what's the real story? Has Linksys managed to come up with a one-product-does-all 802.11b solution?