My customer owns a coffee shop that offers free wifi to their customers. Right now, I have all residential Linksys stuff deployed but am upgrading to the Cisco RV180 router. I was going to use Unifi access points but don't want to use a controller as no dedicated PC will be on the free wifi subnet. Unfortunately, the Unifi APs were less than $100 each. My customer cannot afford the Aironet models. Cisco has a WAP line. Are they any good? Past that, any othe manufacturers in the $100 or so range? Thanks
Sounds good. I'm thinking I'll leave the Linksys WRT54G access points in place until I get the RV180 settled in and working. As easy as my setup appears to be, I'm unfortunately not expecting the swap to go quiclky and seemlessly. Thanks
With the latest release of firmware for the WAP 561, 551, 371, 351 a new
feature was added that would allow customers to upgrade the firmware for
their clustered access points from the main access point.The basic steps
to accomplish this is:1) Download th...
Special thanks to Alex McDonald for sharing his favorite tip:My favorite
tip is the ‘write default’ command on autonomous wireless access points,
it simplifies manual conversion of a WAP with a static ip address to a
LAP with a DHCP address.This saved a l...