TP-LINK 11ac Wi-Fi Wall Mountable Access Point with POE
Total of 1200 Mbps Wi-Fi speed
Simultaneous 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz and 867 Mbps on 5 GHz
Build and manage a scalable Wi-Fi network for your business with the Auranet business class solution, tailored to handle the power of hundreds of TP-LINK EAPs.
Auranet enables you to set up a centralised network management system without the need of any IT or setup fees.
Easy-to-use Cluster Mode
The user-friendly Cluster Mode allows you to manage up to 24 Auranet EAPs in your business network without requiring any extra hardware or software. Organise your network administration system by controlling multiple access points at a time with the same simplicity of a single home network router.
Custom guest authentication
The captive portal provides customisable guest authentication settings for maximised user control. Administrators can easily set and adjust guest Wi-Fi settings by designing a unique authentication page, establishing a voucher system to limit the duration of use for each client or creating 'Operator' accounts, for permission to manage the guest network without having access to other EAP administrative features.
Unified Wi-Fi for multi-user environment
The Auranet business Wi-Fi solution is engineered to handle heavy multi-user usage in large areas without encountering the same stability issues found with standard routers and access points purposed for home use. It’s the right fit for motels,salons, chain-stores, schools and restaurants. Features • Simultaneous 300Mbps on 2.4GHz and 867Mbps on 5GHz totals 1200Mbps Wi-Fi speeds.
• Free EAP Controller Software lets administrators easily manage hundreds of EAPs.
• Support Power over Ethernet(802.3af) for convenient and affordable installation.
• Captive portal provides a convenient method for guest authentication.
• Band Steering Automatically moves dual band devices onto the wider 5GHz band for faster connections.
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|64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
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- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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