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Help me to find the required Wireless access point

Dear Friends,

I am in search of a access point with below specification, so please let me know that which model has this functionalities.

. Wireless Access Point:

* No of port should be 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet

* Standard should be IEEE 802.11g, IEEE802.11b, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3af(PoE), 802.1q(VLAN) , 802.1X(Security authentication), 802.11i ready (Security WPA2), 802.11e ready (wireless QoS), 802.11F(Wireless roaming)

* LEDs should be power, PoE, Wireless, Ethernet

* Web Management should be built-in web user interface for easy browser-based configuration (HTTP/HTTPS)

* SNMP Support should be SNMP version 1, 2c, 3

* Operation modes should be access point made, point to point bridge mode, point to point multipoint bridge mode, repeater mode

* External antennas should be 2 (omni directional) SMA detachable

* Security should be WEP 64-bit/128-bit, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-ENT, WPA2-ENT

* Access Control should be wireless connection control: MAC-based

* Wireless Security monitor should be Intrusion alarms(e.g. rogue client detected, spoofed MAC address) Denial-of-service alarms (e.g. duration attack, association table full) vulnerability alarms (e.g. access point is not using encryption, access point is broadcasting SSID)

* Power should be 12V 1A DC input, and IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE. Maximum power draw should be 3.36W

I would highly appreciate your fast respons.

thanks for your help in very advance.

Thanks and regards,


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Re: Help me to find the required Wireless access point

Are any of these points negotiable? These requirements seem odd and outdated.

The WAP4410N comes close

But you would really want a managed Wireless Lan controller to get the solid roaming and rogue detection.

A better choice would be one of Cisco's Enterprise-class access points are at

But the newer ones are MIMO and 802.11n based - every modern access point should have more than two antennas.   I'm surprised you are not looking for dual band.

You might also look more carefully at your requirements - For example, 802.11F was withdrawn in 2006, no vendor should be supporting it.

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