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- Rackmount IT - RM-WG-T7 - Rack Mount Kit for WatchGuard Firebox T80
- Indoor 2.40 GHz, 5 GHz Internal MIMO Technology 1 x Network (RJ-45) 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ (RJ-45) Ports 15.90 W
- Easy to install in a retail store, business lobby, or any location where you want a dedicated, secure WiFi network.
- Dual-Band AX1800 speed and capacity, coupled with MU-MIMO technology, supports up to 128 client devices.
- Simplified deployment with PoE. Power adapter (PAV12V) sold separately.
- Setup, configure, and manage with the instant setup wizard.
- Supports WPA, WPA2, and WPA3.
- Manufacturer: Cisco Systems, Inc. Manufacturer Part Number: AIRANT2524V4CRS UPC: 889728277464
- Super-Fast Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 Mesh — Powered by dual-band Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) with speeds up to 2976Mbps, which is improved by 66%. Equipped with a 1.7GHz Quad-Core Broadcom high-performance processor, the MX12 provides a more responsive?more stable, and ultra-Low Latency distributed network.
- Enjoy the Best Signal in any Corner of the House — Ideal for replacing traditional Wi-Fi extenders & routers solutions, and provides coverage up to 7,000 sq.ft. Whole Home Coverage with faster and more stable Wi-Fi mesh network. Get rid of Wi-Fi dead zones.
- Seamless Roaming for all — Every unit works together for a truly seamless online experience in a Mesh network. You can set different SSIDs for 2.4G (574Mbps) and 5G (2402Mbps) bands. Users can select frequency bands to obtain the fastest network speed for different devices according to the needs of different devices.
- High Capacity & Flexibility — Powered by MU-MIMO and OFDMA technology, AX3000 Dual Band Nova Mesh Wi-Fi system provides hi
- Manufacturer: Aruba Networks, Inc Manufacturer Part Number: R7J50A UPC: 190017493121
- AX6600 / Up to 6.6Gbps Wireless Data Rates
- WiFi 6 Dual-Band AX1800 speed, coupled with MU-MIMO technology, supports up to 250 client devices
- Connect up to a 2.5G Ethernet switch for maximum speed
- Simplifed deployment with PoE+, or power using the optional PAV12V power adapter (sold separately)
- Includes 1 year FREE Insight subscription for remote management from anywhere, and no additional hardware or cloud key required. Setup, configure, and manage with the Insight app
- Easy to securely install on the wall or a suspended ceiling with included hardware
- Includes WPA3, network and client isolation, and rogue AP detection
- Including load balancing, band steering, and assisted roaming
- Dual Band - 2.40 GHz ISM Band - 5 GHz UNII Band
- 4 x Antenna(4 x External)
- 4 x Network Port
- 1 x Broadband Port
- Gigabit Ethernet
- VPN Supported
- Ultra-fast WiFi 6E Technology – The whole-new 6 GHz band dramatically increases network capacity, delivering higher WiFi performance and more stable connectivity with speeds up to 7800 Mbps.
- One-Tap Safe Browsing – Block undesirable content with ASUS Safe Browsing, and protect your kids online by filtering explicit content from search results.
- Enhanced Security Anywhere – Protect your home network with a free lifetime subscription to AiProtection Pro, powered by Trend Micro™. And when away from home, ASUS Instant Guard gives you a one-click sharable secure VPN.
- Free Parental Controls – More flexible customizations to protect your kids online.
- AiMesh Supported – Expand your wireless network with ASUS AiMesh-compatible routers and enjoy powerful, flexible and seamless whole-home WiFi.
Common Questions about Wireless Routers and Wireless Access Points
A wireless router and wireless access point (WAP) are both fairly common networking devices, but people often mistake one for the other. It is an understandable mix up, as they can look very similar and have comparable functionality. Below, you will find out what makes them different and get answers to other common questions about routers and access points.
What is a router?
A router allows your organization’s network to connect to the internet and can route information between multiple local area networks (LAN). A router also analyzes inbound data packets from the internet and directs the data to the correct computer. For organizations with large networks, routers can have extra features such as protection against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, remote-access virtual private network (VPN) operation, virtual local area network (vLAN) creation, and content filtering.
What is a wireless access point?
A wireless access point connects to an existing network and broadcasts it for wireless devices. What a wireless access point doesn’t do is create the network. In fact, the difference between a wired router and a wireless router is that a wireless router has a built-in wireless access point. Standalone wireless access points connect to wired switches and routers to add wireless coverage.
What are wireless standards?
Wireless networks are created through Wi-FiTM standards, which are rules that govern what radio frequencies must be used, how many antennas a device must have, and how the data must be encoded among other details. The two most recent standards are 802.11n and 802.11ac, with 802.11ac being the newer and faster of the two. 802.11ac is backwards compatible, so 802.11n devices are able to connect to 802.11ac routers. However, an 802.11n device connected to an 802.11ac wireless router or WAP will only be capable of 802.11n network speeds. So while you can use a wireless n router with a wireless ac device, it will not be operating at ac speeds.
How do I add wireless coverage to my wired network?
It depends on the size of your organization’s network and the amount of networking equipment. For smaller organizations that only utilize one wired router, replacing it with a wireless router is all that is required. However, for larger organizations that have enterprise-grade routers and network switches, utilizing wireless routers to add Wi-Fi coverage is not the best solution. Deploying wireless access points is a better alternative because WAPs cost less than wireless routers and adding Wi-Fi coverage to a network does not require all the functionalities that a wireless router is capable of. While it is possible to use a wireless router to add Wi-Fi coverage to a wired network, it can be done at lower cost with a wireless access point.
What if I already have a wireless network but want to extend its coverage?
To extend the coverage of a wireless network, you have several options. You can use Wi-Fi extenders, wireless access points, or wireless routers. A Wi-Fi extender is a device that is designed specifically to extend the coverage of a wireless network and eliminate dead zones. To use a wireless access point or wireless router to extend the coverage of your network, you will need to put them into repeater mode.