AC50 TP-LINK Auranet Wireless Controller for up to 50 CAPs
Ultimate Network Security and Stability
The businesses of today are demanding ever greater flexibility and security from their wireless networks to keep up in a world where things move fast. TP-Link’s new Auranet CAP series delivers that and more. CAP access points work together with Auranet Wireless Controllers to provide scalable solutions with exceptional Wi-Fi performance and easy deployment.
Centralized Management and Automatic Discovery
Manage hundreds of access points at once using Auranet Wireless Controllers. Adding new access points couldn’t be simpler with automatic discovery. Controllers detect access points, apply your configuration settings and begin to centrally manage them as soon as they join the network, allowing you to concentrate on what matters.
High Specification - Controller Hardware
Auranet Wireless Controllers contain a high-specification 1GHz Dual-Core processor that guarantees network stability. Together with other sophisticated hardware, this provides superior reliability and wireless capabilities.
Backup You Can Rely On
Establish complete network stability by deploying wireless controllers in a dual-link arrangement. If one controller fails, another can take over to ensure your network remains free from disruption.
Backup Device Unobtrusive Design and Easy Installation
The CAP’s easy-mount chassis makes installation on a wall or ceiling surface simple and fast, while the incorporation of Power over Ethernet (PoE) support makes deployment effortless and flexible. A smart, refined appearance ensures Auranet CAP series access points blend in seamlessly with almost any interior design style.
Portal Authentication is great way to customize the guest Wi-Fi experience, while other authentication methods are also supported. Create your own unique authentication page to promote your business to guests and take complete control with a range of Wi-Fi settings.
• Auto-detect and centralized management, up to 50 CAPs.
• License-free management reduces the OPEX of enterprise network.
• Easy deployment without changing the existing network topology.
• Unified configuration of wireless networks, support mapping of SSID and VLAN.
• Support MAC authentication, portal authentication.
• Dual-link back up for management safety. Features • Auto-detect and centralized management, up to 50 CAPs
• License-free management reduces the operating expense(OPEX) of enterprise network
• Easy deployment without changing the existing network topology
• Unified configuration of wireless networks, support mapping of SSID and VLAN
• Support MAC authentication, portal authentication
• AP load balance
• AP LED on-off switchable
• Rate limit per SSID to restrict the bandwidth of each client
• Access Control restricts sets limitations for client access to the specified network segment
• Reboot Schedule enables all APs to automatically reboot within a specified time
• WPA/WPA2-enterprise, 802.1X with RADIUS secure authentication and rogue access point detection ensure the security of WLAN network
• Multi-SSID divides multiple wireless network for different user types
• Load balance ensures large business networks with smooth a network experience
• Fanless design for quiet operation
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