|Add performance and security to your business' wireless network with the Intellinet High-Power Wireless AC1750 Dual-Band Gigabit PoE Access Point.|
Concurrent 2.4 and 5 GHz Performance
The main benefit of a dual-band AC access point is the ability to shift traffic from the congested 2.4 GHz band to the relatively uncluttered 5 GHz space. So, you can use the 2.4 GHz band for your everyday tasks, such as surfing the Internet, social media or e-mail, while the 5GHz AC band can be used for heavy-duty traffic like the important VoIP calls in your business environment.
AC is the next generation of wireless technology, providing faster speed and improved coverage. But if none of the devices you own support Wireless AC, never fear — the Intellinet High-Power Wireless AC1750 Dual-Band Gigabit PoE Access Point is backward compatible with older 802.11b/g/n/a devices, so you can connect virtually any of your wireless devices to it.
Fast Roaming through 802.1X PMK Caching
Every time an 802.1X EAP-enabled client moves from one access point to another, it has to re-authenticate. While that process is generally quick, it still can cause disruptions in voice-over-IP calls due to the small delay created by the authentication. This is where 802.1X caching comes in. This technology virtually eliminates that delay by caching Pairwise Master Keys (PMK), making seamless roaming truly a reality. Your mobile WiFi users will thank you for that.
Power over Ethernet Ports
The Intellinet High-Power Wireless AC1750 Dual-Band Gigabit PoE Access Point comes with a PoE+ PD port. This port can be used to power the AP from an IEEE 802.3at PoE+-compliant LAN switch, which is very convenient in situations where AC power is not readily available. Should you prefer to use a power adapter instead of PoE, that's okay, too, since we have included a standard 12V power adapter.
The Intellinet High-Power Wireless AC1750 Dual-Band Gigabit PoE Access Point provides maximum wireless security by supporting 802.1x user authentication for external RADIUS servers and, thanks to its internal RADIUS server, the access point can be used as the authentication server for 256 different user accounts in smaller to medium-sized networks. Other security features included in this access point are MAC address filtering, disable SSID broadcast and support for the latest wireless encryption mechanisms.