Both are Dual Band Accesspoints.But In WAP4410N IEEE802.11a Wireless Standars do not support.Ap541N do Supports IEE802.11a Datalink Protocol.And Both do support all Remaining Datalink Protocols Such as IEEE802.11g,b,n.Both will give 300Mbps Throughput.
And Some Encryption Algorithms Also Different from both of this.
Hi, My name is Eric Moyers. I am a Network Support Engineer in the Cisco Small Business Support Center. Thank you for using the Cisco Community Post Forums.
Actually the WAP4410N is only a single band radio access point. It can only broadcast a 2.4 GHz signal in B, G,and N. The AP541N is a dual band radio access point. It can broadcast its signal in 2.4 GHz in B,G,N or 5.0 GHz, in the A, N range. But it can only broadcast in 2.4 or 5.0 it can not do both at the same time.
I have attached a brochure that details the diffewrence between the different AP's that we have.
Please let me know if you have any other questions.
I have seen iN Some Cisco Datasheets,and i Came to know that these Accesspoints Operate in Both BAnds.But as per your documentation wap4410 N Operates in Singal Band such as 2.4 GHZ, but which i followed the datasheet, in that These Accesspoints operate in Both The Frequency Bands. Culd you please remove this Confusion.
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