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The Access Point AirCA8-PRO works with 2.4 and 5 GHz. It have 3 LAN ports and integrated internal antenna, but also enables to
connect an external antenna via standard SMA/RP socket.
FLASH (4 MB) and SDRAM (32 MB)
Access by URL address http://192.168.1.1 via WEB browser.
The basic configuration can be performed via a browser, there
is also possibility of advanced configuration via telnet.
The 802.11A/G ACCESS POINT is an access-point based on IEEE 802.11a/g based
2.4-GHz and 5-GHz radio technology. It contains an 802.11a/g and three
half/full-duplex 10/100 LAN interfaces. The 802.11A/G ACCESS POINT can
as a simple Access Point (AP), and act as the center point of a wireless
supporting a data rate of up to 54 Mbps. It can also connect these wireless
wired network through the LAN interface.
The 802.11A/G ACCESS POINT can also function in a Wireless Distribution System
(WDS) mode. Multiple 802.11A/G ACCESS POINTs can be configured to operate in
the WDS mode to inter-connect wired LAN segments that are attached to these
802.11A/G ACCESS POINTs.
Since the 802.11g shares the same 2.4GHz radio band with the 802.11b
can inter-operate with existing 802.11b(up to 11Mbps) devices. Therefore, You
reserve your existing investment in 802.11b client cards, and migrate to the
802.11g standard as your needs grow.
To address growing security concerns in a wireless LAN environment, different
security can be enabled in the 802.11A/G ACCESS POINT:
To disable SSID broadcast to restrict association to only those client
stations that are
already pre-configured with the correct SSID
To enable WEP (Wireless Encryption Protocol) 64, 128, or 152-bit encryption
protect the privacy of your data.
Support of Access List Control to allow you to grant/deny access to/from
Provisioning of centralized authentication through Radius Server.
WPA-PSK (Wi-Fi Protected Access, Pre-Shared Key) for home users to provide
authentication, data integrity, and data privacy.
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) works with a RADIUS server to provide stronger
authentication as well as data integrity and privacy.
Compliant with draft 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g standards with roaming
Support of the standard access point mode for connection to wireless
Support of the WDS mode for interconnecting LAN segments.
Static assignment or DHCP client to set the device IP address.
Multiple security measures: SSID hiding, Access Control List, WEP based
(64, 128, 152 bits), enhanced Security with 802.1x using a primary and a
Radius Server with/without dynamic WEP keys, WPA-PSK, and WPA.
Extensive monitoring capability such as event logging, traffic/error
monitoring. Support of remote logging.
Easy configuration and monitoring through the use of a Web-browser based
SNMP commands from a remote SNMP management station, and UPnP for users to
automatically discover the device.
Setup Wizard for easy configuration/installation.
Configuration file download and restore.
FIRMWARE DEMO VERSION
Firmware with AP Client mode enabled: