We are looking at purchasing two of the WAP4410n Access Points to add wireless in one building, and possibly replace Wireless G in another.
In our building already configured, we have POEs set up and this has helped centralize everything that has to be monitored. We would like to do the something with the WAP4410n. With the access points we already have, they are PrePOE so there was only one device that would work. With These they are standard POE, Does that mean I can use any POE Injector that is using this standard?
Also, are problems that first existed these access points being worked out or been fixed? I want these to be minimal attention required since I am the IT person here and I don't work in this building, I work in the other building which is walking distance but I do want to avoid problems if possible.
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