Tp-Link Auranet Eap320 Ieee 802.11Ac 1.17 Gbit/s Wireless Access Point 2031D8
Speeds of up to 1.2Gbps over concurrent dual band 802.11ac Wi-Fi with MIMO and TurboQAM technologies Airtime Fairness, Beamforming, and Band Steering Technologies guarantee optimal RF performance for business-level applications Free EAP Controller Software lets administrators easily manage hundreds of EAPs Captive portal provides a convenient method for guest authentication Power over Ethernet (802.3at) support and simple mounting design allow for flexible deployment and convenient installation AC1900 Speed Offer the Genuine Business-Class Wi-Fi ExperienceBreakthrough Wi-Fi Speeds Ensure a True Business-Class Experience The combination of next generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi and advanced MIMO and TurboQAM technology
The ability to control, adjust, and visualize the entire network from any connected PC makes centralized business Wi-Fi management more efficient and cost-effective than ever before
The EAP330/EAP320 reaches speeds of up to 1.9/1.2Gbps, including 600/300 Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and 1300/867 Mbps on the 5GHz band
Powerful Hardware Ensures Excellent PerformanceExcellent Wi-Fi Performance for Business Environments Broadcom enterprise-class chipsets Dedicated high-power amplifier, professional antenna, and well-designed RF shield Link aggregation between two gigabit portsAdvanced RF Technologies Guarantee Optimal PerformanceEAP Controller SoftwareEasy for Centralized Management TP-LINK's free and easy-to-use EAP Controller Software allows users to manage and monitor hundreds of TP-LINK EAPs in multiple sites with the controller in a single location
The required action must be verified by an external portal server or customized database by the administrator, which can be simply viewing and agreeing to an acceptable use policy, or entering a user ID and password.
Captive PortalEfficient Guest Authentication Captive portal provides one convenient method of authentication for Wi-Fi guests
A captive portal requires users to perform certain actions before network access is allowed