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|This compact and cost-effective dual-radio AP easily mounts to a standard data wall-box and uses the existing structured cabling system to provide secure wired and wireless network access in dormitories, classrooms, hotels, medical clinics and multitenant environments.|
In addition, using a unique mount kit accessory, the AP-205H can easily be converted to a desk mounted AP to provide the same benefits for branch offices and teleworkers.
Capable of delivering high-performance Wi-Fi services to multiple rooms, the AP-205H simplifies RF coverage planning and reduces WLAN deployment costs. The AP-205H is built to provide years of trouble-free operation and is backed by Aruba’s limited lifetime warranty.
Get a big performance advantage
Patented ClientMatch™ technology improves performance and eliminates sticky client behavior while roaming.
Protect service quality over the air
AppRF technology enables prioritization and policy enforcement for business-critical enterprise apps like Microsoft Lync.
You have the freedom to choose
The AP-205H can be deployed as a wall-mounted hospitality AP or converted to a desk mounted remote AP.
Choose your operating mode
Aruba offers a choice of AP operating modes to meet your unique management and deployment requirements:
- Controller-managed mode. When managed by Aruba Mobility Controllers, Aruba APs offer centralized configuration, data encryption, policy enforcement and network services, as well as distributed and centralized traffic forwarding. Please refer to the Aruba Mobility Controller data sheets for more details.
- Aruba Instant mode. In Aruba Instant mode, a single AP automatically distributes the network configuration to other Instant APs in the WLAN. Simply power-up on Instant AP, configure it over the air, and plug in the other APs – the entire process takes about five minutes. If WLAN requirements change, a built-in migration path allows instant APs to become part of a WLAN that is managed by a Mobility Controller