Working in conjunction with Motorola’s wireless switches, the AP300 Access Port delivers robust and feature rich IEEE 802.11a/b/g connectivity. It can also be used as a sensor in conjunction with Motorola’s Wireless Intrusion Protection System (IPS).
Access ports substantially reduce the cost of deploying, implementing and managing a wireless LAN, while significantly increasing features, functionality and security of the wireless LAN infrastructure.
Features of Access Ports AP300:
- Dual form-factors: Plenum-rated external antenna model with metal housing is ideal for installation above ceiling tiles; the plastic internal-antenna housing allows for installation within the “carpeted-space” and provides cost-effective coverage via the integrated 2.4 GHz and 5.2 GHz antennas
- Interoperability: Standards-based wireless, wired and security protocols ensure interoperability with third-party hardware
- 802.1x supplicant: Allows authentication to a RADIUS server to enable an 802.1x-protected Ethernet port
- 802.11h: Enables worldwide operation through support for standards based dynamic frequency selection and power control
- 802.11i: Support for IEEE standardsbased security protocols for strong Encryption (AES, TKIP), Authentication and Key Management (802.1x-EAP)
- Flexible mounting options: Fast and easy installation with wall, ceiling and above-ceiling tile mounting options; internal antenna version snaps on to T-bars of suspended ceilings without the use of any hardware; external antenna version installs above ceiling tiles
- 802.3af: Simplifies and reduces total cost of installation through support of standards-based Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)
- Load balancing, pre-emptive roaming and rate scaling: Increases reliability and resilience of the wireless network to support mission critical applications