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TP-LINK Omada EAP225-Wall IEEE 802.11ac 1.17 Gbit/s Wireless Access Point

Item #: IM15KU192 | Model #: EAP225-WALL
TP-LINK Omada EAP225-Wall IEEE 802.11ac 1.17 Gbit/s Wireless Access Point
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Business-Class Wi-Fi Solution: Omada access points provide a business-class wireless network solution that's flexible, manageable, secure, and easy-to-deploy. The free Omada Controller software allows users to manage hundreds of EAPs at multiple sites, all from a single location. The ability to control, adjust and visualize the entire network from any connected PC makes centralized business Wi-Fi management more efficient than ever before. Omada EAPs also feature captive portal and advanced RF management functions, which make them ideal for demanding, high-traffic environments such as campuses, hotels, malls and offices. Highlights Impressive Performance: Enterprise-class chipsets, 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, MU-MIMO Technology, and TurboQAM combine to ensure outstanding performance and reliability Centralized Management: The Omada Controller software allows users to easily manage hundreds of Omada EAPs. Extensive Scalability: With the ability to manage hundreds of access points at once, simply add more EAPs at any time to expand the network. Cost Efficiency: : The Omada Controller software is completely free and eliminates the need for expensive hardware controllers Omada Controller Free: :No Additional Expense Easy: :No Special Training Required Convenient, Effective Management Manage Multiple Sites from a Single Location : The Omada Controller software allows network administrators to monitor and manage hundreds of Omada EAPs at multiple sites, from any connected PC within the network. This dramatically enhances scalability and makes remote network management more convenient. Captive Portal - Customizable Guest Authentication: Captive portal helps maintain only authorized guests to use the network, presenting devices with a convenient, user-friendly authentication method to grant Wi-Fi access. The addition of SMS and Facebook authentication simplifies the captive portal even further to simplify connectivity and boost your business. Scheduled Reboot: With the scheduled reboot function, Omada EAPs can reboot themselves automatically at specified time to ensure network stability. Access Control: Access control allows you to maintain a list of blocked IPs, which helps to protect internal communications and private data on the network. Real-Time Status Monitoring Customized Map: The customized map feature makes managing your EAP network more convenient. You can upload floor plans and create a clear visual model that reflects your network and its coverage area. Access Point: Provides a list of all EAPs, arranged by status, and offers real-time traffic data for each EAP, including the number of connected clients and the amount of data that each client consumes. Statistics: The built-in data visualization tools allow you to analyze network traffic statistics for all connected APs. Graphic representations make recent client and network traffic figures easier to understand. Client : Lists all clients, including users and guests, allowing you to view each client's basic information and statistics in real time. This includes data rate, active time, and download/upload traffic. :

  • Create a reliable wireless business network with this wireless access point that features a high-speed data transfer rate
  • This wireless access point uses IEEE 802.11ac technology with steadfast speed of up to 1.17 Gbit/s for optimal wireless signals
  • Link your Wi-Fi traffic to your wired network with Fast Ethernet port
  • With 10GBase-DWDM technology, get up to 10Gbps data transfer rate using dense wavelength-division multiplexing