WN203 ProSAFE Wireless-N Access Point Enterprise/SMB Class with PoE
The Easy, Affordable Answer for SMB Wireless.
The NETGEAR ProSAFE® WN203 Wireless-N Access Point provides standalone configuration for easy setup for a reliable, high-performance and affordable 802.11n wireless solution perfect for small or medium businesses. Power over Ethernet enables flexible deployment and multiple SSID provide enhanced security.
• Up to 15x the speed of 802.11g networks
• Up to 10x the coverage of legacy 802.11g networks
• Supports wireless security features (WPA, WPA2)
• Enterprise-grade wireless security with 802.1x and Radius servers
• External antenna connectors for added coverage with external antenna option
• Multiple SSID for traffic segmentation
• Layer 2 VLAN for better security
• NETGEAR ProSAFE Lifetime Hardware Warranty
Enterprise-grade wireless security with 802.1x and Radius servers
• Power over Ethernet (PoE) support to eliminate external power adapters
• Ease of AP placement for optimal locations (desktop, wall, or ceiling mount)
• Mounting slots available for wall or ceiling placement Features http://www.netgear.co.uk/business/products/wireless/business-wireless/wn203.aspx
|LAN Type||Wireless LAN|
|Number of WAN Connections|
|Number of LAN Connections|
|Wireless Speed||300 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Single Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
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- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
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