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The Cisco WAP371 Wireless-AC/N Dual Radio Access Points use concurrent dual-band radios for improved coverage and user capacity. The 3x3 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) technology with three spatial streams allows the access point to run at maximum performance. Gigabit Ethernet LAN interfaces with PoE facilitates flexible installation and reduces cabling and wiring costs. Intelligent quality-of-service (QoS) features let you prioritize bandwidth-sensitive traffic for voice over IP (VoIP) and video applications.
To provide highly secure guest access to visitors and other users, the Cisco WAP371 Wireless-AC/N Dual Radio Access Points support a captive portal with multiple authentication options and the ability to configure rights, roles, and bandwidth. A customized guest login page lets you present a welcome message and access details, and reinforces your brand with company logos.
The Cisco WAP371 Wireless-AC/N Dual Radio Access Points are easy to set up and use, with intuitive wizard-based configuration to get you up and running in minutes. An attractive design with flexible mounting options allows the access points to smoothly blend into any small-business environment.
To enhance reliability and safeguard sensitive business information, the Cisco WAP371 Wireless-AC/N Dual Radio Access Points support both Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Personal and Enterprise, encoding all your wireless transmissions with powerful encryption. In addition, 802.1X RADIUS authentication helps keep unauthorized users out. Features802.11ac Wireless, Purpose-built for Small Businesses Deliver high-speed wireless connectivity and guest access more securely and reliably in your small business. The Cisco WAP371 Wireless-AC/N Dual Radio Access Point with Single Point Setup is a simple yet powerful, high-performance access point. It offers business-class features such as Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, a captive portal for customized guest access, and robust security.
Features and Capabilities The Cisco WAP371 Wireless-AC/N Dual Radio Access Point with Single Point Setup provides cost-effective 802.11ac wireless connectivity for improved mobility experience to your guests and employees.
Key features and benefits: • Provides 802.11ac wireless connectivity up to three times the 802.11n speed • Gigabit Ethernet LAN interface with Power over Ethernet (PoE) supports flexible installation • Captive portal allows for highly secure guest access with customized roles and rights • Single Point Setup requires no controller for easy deployment of multiple access points • Works right out of the box with easy installation and simple web-based configuration and wizard
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Broadband ADSL vs Cable
Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
On the surface we’re asking a relatively simple question here: "What do I need to get my broadband Internet working?" Of course, it’s not quite as simple as that. Worry not, however, for this TekSpek covers both the differences between the two popular kinds of broadband and what you’ll need to get your home computer(s) connected up.
WiFi is a wonderful thing. You can take your laptop anywhere in your house and access the Internet, or access your network from the garden. However, it does introduce the grim possibility of somebody else doing exactly the same, without you ever knowing. This guide seeks to make you aware of various security terms and ideas associated with wireless networking and what you should consider when setting up a wireless network.
As a growing number of homes contain more than one computer, their users must find ways to network them. The primary purpose for creating a home network tends to be to provide Internet access to all computers within the house. There are other good reasons, however. These include enabling LAN gaming, data backups from one machine to another and the sharing of music within the home.