Netgear Incremental Access Point License Upgrade - 10 Additional Access Points

Netgear Incremental Access Point License Upgrade - 10 Additional Access Points *Emailed key ONLY

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Scan code: LN55609 Manufacturer code: WC7510L-10000S Request call
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Product Overview The Netgear WC7520 Controller natively supports 20 APs and is upgradable in 10-AP increments up to a total of 50 APs via WC7510L licences. Stackable up to three controllers, a Netgear WC7520 Controller stack can support 150 access points with a single interface. Importantly, the WC7520 offers redundancy for always-on reliability and peace of mind.

Please note this is a emailed key and not a physical item - the key is normally emailed directly from netgear within 2 to 4 days from purchase date Features
Specifications
Networking, Connectivity & Ports
Model  
Device Type N/A
Compatible Internet Connections  
Network Connectivity  
Network Ports  
Other Connectors N/A
USB Applications  
Wired Protocols  
Total LAN Connections  
Total WAN Connections  
Wireless
Wireless Speed N/A
Wireless Protocols N/A
Wireless Band  
Frequency  
Operation Channel  
Wireless Transmitter Power N/A
Antenna  
Core Features
Features  
Router/Modem Processor  
Internal RAM Memory  
Internal Flash Memory  
LED Indicators  
Buttons  
OS Support  
Security & VPN
Security Protocols N/A
Firewall/NAT No
Management  
VPN Support  
Physical Specifications
Dimensions  
Weight  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Netgear
Telephone:
0134 445 8200
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Netgear Incremental Access Point License Upgrade - 10 Additional Access Points
Netgear Incremental Access Point License Upgrade - 10 Additional Access Points