I'm totally uninformed about the subject and also I'm quite stupid, so I do not understand one thing and I need to know it:
Is Cisco Catalyst 3850 switch wireless device, or is it not? Does it have built in hardware for emitting and receiving radio frequencies?
If it does not, if it is strictly wired device, could someone please point me to the technical specification that makes that fact clearly obvious.
If however 3850 is capable of transferring data over radio frequencies, could someone please point me to the technical spec that makes that fact clear and obvious?
I need this info for the purpose of import of this device and duty rates which vary in regard to above difference.
Thank you in advance.
The 3850 (and 3650) are classified as Unified Access switches. That means they have a wireless (WLAN) and wired (LAN) capability.
That translates to being suitable as a switch and a Wireless LAN Controller for Access Points. It has no radio capability in its own right, but can act as command and control for Cisco access points. It is APs that do the radio (wifi) bit.