Edimax EW-7228APn 11n Wireless Range Extender Access Point 5-Port Switch
Acting as a bridge between the wired Ethernet and the 2.4GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n wireless LAN, this wireless LAN Range Extender/Access Point can let your wireless LAN client stations access both the wired and the wireless network nodes.
Universal Repeater Mode
The Universal Repeater Mode lets this Range Extender/Access Point extend the coverage and signal strength for the current wireless environment. This standardized function is compatible with other wireless APs and Routers. Users can use this feature to build up a large wireless network in a huge space like airports, hotels and schools…etc.
Robust Wireless LAN Security (WPA, WPA2 support)
Except for the basic security control by using ESSID and 64/128 bit key length WEP encryption, the EW-7228APn also supports the advanced security features, like MAC access control, IEEE 802.1x authentication, TKIP, AES and hide ESSID. It provides a total solution for you building up a secure wireless LAN network environment that can prevent from all kinds of hacker intrusion.
Multi-languages Setup Wizard
An unique Multi-languages Setup Wizard is provided in the bundled CD. You only need to make sure the access point is properly connected to the network without specifying your PC’s IP address before starting the configuration. The EZmax Wizard will detect your Range Extender/Access Point automatically and guide you to follow a few simple steps to complete the settings within minutes.
The EW-7228APn allows you to configure this Range Extender/Access Point through the friendly Web user interface with a browser.
Support Green WLAN
The EW-7228APn has adapted a clever protocol in smart transmission power control. When the wireless is idle, the Range Extender/Access Point smartly adjusts transmission output by distance and CPU offload to reduce power consumption 26%~39% comparing the power consumption under data is transmitted.
Features • Complies with IEEE802.11b/g and compatible with IEEE802.11n wireless standards
• Increases the wireless speed up to 6 times faster and extends the coverage 3 times further
• Provides EZmax wizard to simplify network setup process
• Supports point-to-point and point-to-multi point bridge function
• Supports WDS mode, Universal Repeater mode and AP client mode
• Supports WPA, WPA2 enhanced security function and WPS configuration button
• Supports Green WLAN to reduce power consumption by distance and CPU offload when wireless is idle
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Total LAN Connections||5|
|Total WAN Connections|
|Wireless Speed||150 Mbps|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Security & VPN|
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