WAP321 Wireless N Access Point from Cisco

Cisco WAP321 Wireless N Access Point, Single Point setup, Support for IPv6, Power over Ethernet, White

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Scan code: LN70064 Manufacturer code: WAP321-E-K9 Request call
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Product Overview Flexible, High-Performance Wireless Connectivity
The Cisco WAP321 Wireless-N Selectable-Band Access Point with Single Point Setup is a sleek, affordable, and easy-to-deploy device that delivers fast, highly secure wireless connectivity. It supports high-speed connections with Gigabit Ethernet LAN interface for demanding applications. The Cisco WAP321 bridges wired LANs together wirelessly, making it easier for small businesses to expand their networks. Features With the Cisco WAP321 Wireless-N Selectable-Band Access Point, you can easily set up highly secure wireless and wired guest access. Among its other benefits, this access point:

• Offers compatibility with Cisco Small Business Gigabit Power over Ethernet Injector and 12V Power Adapter.
• Provides selectable-band (2.4 or 5 GHz) wireless-N connectivity for optimal performance.
• Support Single Point Setup controllerless multi-access point deployment and management technology.
• Safeguards business information with enhanced security.
• Connects to Power over Ethenet (PoE) devices, simplifying installation and reducing wiring costs.
Specifications
Specifications
CPU  
LAN Type
  • 10/100/1000
  • Wireless LAN
Wireless LAN Yes
Type N/A
Number of WAN Connections 1
Number of LAN Connections  
Wireless Speed 300 Mbps
Wireless Band Dual Band
Frequency
  • 2.4 Ghz
  • 5 Ghz
Wireless Standards IEEE 802.11n
Aprox Wireless Range (m) N/A
UPnP Support No
Other Connectors N/A
Firewall/NAT No
WDS No
Security
  • WEP
  • WPA
  • WPA2
Wireless Transmitter Power N/A
Wireless Transmitter N/A
Antenna Internal
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WAP321 Wireless N Access Point from Cisco
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