Netgear WAC104-100UKS SOHO Dual Band 11ac Wireless Access Point
NETGEAR dual band 802.11ac Wireless Access Point, purposely designed for Small Office and Home Office deployments.
The NETGEAR® Dual Band 802.11ac Wireless Access Point (AP) delivers high performance for Small Office and Home Office (SOHO) deployments and supports dual band concurrent operation at 2.4GHz and 5GHz with combined throughput of 1.2Gbps (300Mbps at 2.4GHz and 867Mbps at 5GHz). The WAC104 Wireless 802.11ac Access Point provides ease of use in standalone access point mode.
Easy to Configure
• Simple setup in minutes with intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI).
• Comprehensive monitoring with web-based access.
High performance and superior coverage
• Dual band concurrent operation between 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency ranges.
• Maximize coverage for optimal deployment for SOHO.
• Supports wireless security features (WPA, WPA2).
• MAC based Access Control List to protect against intruders.
Interoperate with both new and legacy clients
• Support latest 802.11ac wireless clients to achieve maximum speed.
• Backward compatible to allow legacy devices to connect at their fastest speed. Features • Simple to configure for Small Office and Home Office deployments.
• High performance and superior coverage with external antennas.
• Four (4) Ethernet ports for flexible connectivity of multiple wired devices.
• Wi-Fi Protected System (WPS) for ease of initial client connectivity.
• Standalone Access Point with mesh, client and AP modes for flexible deployment for Small Office Home Office (SOHO).
• Dual band concurrent access point for ultra-high performance.
|LAN Type||Wireless LAN|
|Number of WAN Connections|
|Number of LAN Connections||4|
|Wireless Speed||1200 (300+867) Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
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