The AP58-LOP is a ruggedized enterprise class wireless AP de-veloped to provide outstanding functionality in an integrated pack-age. This product is ideal for providing maximum coverage over focused areas, such as 802.11a Hot Spots, Hotels, Airports, Apartment Buildings, Office Buildings, Factory Floor, Warehouses, Outdoor Area Coverage, etc. It is easy to install and the benefits of a high-gain directional antenna are achieved without the need for fragile RF adapter cables or bulky coax cables.
The AP58-LOP is an AP integrated with a 23dBi antenna in a single package. Power is provided by the CAT-5 Ethernet cable using a 48VDC Power Over Ethernet module. The AP58-LOP is designed with a weatherproof Ethernet connector which allows the use of a standard CAT-5 cable. The AP58-LOP includes a full router capability typically available only on standalone enterprise class routers. Flexibility and scale ability is the key hallmark of the AP58-LOP Series with features such as full VLAN capability on the Ethernet interface.
- Flat Panel 23 dBi antenna with built-in wireless access point, amplified radio and a router.
- Cast Aluminum Antenna mounting hardware; for 1.5” to 2.0” OD mast or wall mount.
- Power over Ethernet Injector with Surge Suppressor & 48VDC power supply; 110/240 VAC input. CAT-5 cable can be ordered separately.
- CDROM with Windows based configuration software.
- IEEE 802.11a 54 Mbps Wireless Access Point
- Amplified Super Range 400 mW radio with 23dBi antenna; adjustable power settings
- Integrated Flat Panel 23 dBi gain antenna, radio and router
- Weatherproof packaging works indoors or outdoors; connect-or supports use of standard CAT-5 RJ45 Ethernet cable
- Polarization – Can be mounted in Vertical or Horizontal Polar-ized configurations
- POE – Universal Input (110/240 VAC) 48VDC Power Supply with Power Over Ethernet (POE) Injector
- VLAN – supports 802.1Q VLAN protocol; up to 4095 VLAN interfaces per physical Ethernet interface
- VAP – Virtual Access Point support. Setup up to 128 SSIDs on the Wireless LAN with their own unique MAC addresses, rout-er, DHCP/NAT and security settings
- Security – Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and WiFi Protect-ed Access (WPA) capable, AES Encryption
- Wireless Distribution System – Allows packets to pass from one wireless AP to another
- Bandwidth control capability on wireless and Ethernet side
- Firewall – built in configurable firewall capability with NAT
- Router – full functionality, DHCP server and client, DNS server and client, and bridging; WLAN peer to peer user access con-trol; RIP v1 / v2, OSPF v2, BGP v4, Universal Plug and Play support
- DSL Support – PPoE protocol for connection to DSL modem
- Hotspot support with Radius authentication and accounting
- Second Radio Option – Available second radio, either a 2.4 GHz or 5.8 GHz unit for use with an external antenna to pro-vide a wireless backhaul or a second AP.
- Tools – ping; traceroute; bandwidth test; ping flood; Telnet; SSH; packet sniffer; Dynamic DNS update tool
- Winbox – Microsoft Windows based AP configuration tool allows access to all AP58-LOP functions
Routing & Networking
- Routing – Static routing; Equal cost multi-path routing; Policy based routing; RIP v1/v2, OSPF v2 and BGP v4
- Firewall and NAT – Stateful packet filtering; source and destination NAT; classification by source MAC, IP addresses and address types, port range, IP protocols, interfaces, internal packet and connection marks ToS (DSCP) byte, content, matching sequence/frequency, packet size, time, etc.
- Bandwidth Management & QoS – limit data rate for certain IP addresses, subnets, protocols, ports and other parameters; limit peer to peer traffic; prioritize some packet flows over others; use queue bursts for faster web browsing; apply queues on fixed time intervals, share available traffic among users equally, or depending on the load of the channel.
- HotSpot Gateway features: authentication of clients using local client database, or RADIUS server accounting using local database, or RADIUS server Walled-garden system (accessing some web pages without authorization).
- SOCKS is a proxy server that allows TCP based application data to relay across the firewall, even if the firewall would block the packets. The SOCKS protocol is independent from application protocols, so it can be used for many services, e.g., WWW, FTP, TELNET, and others.
- Network Address Translation (NAT) is a router facility that replaces source and/or destination IP addresses of the IP packet as it passes through the router.
- VLAN is an implementation of the 802.1Q VLAN protocol. It allows multiple virtual LANs on a single Ethernet interface, giving the ability to segregate LANs efficiently. It supports up to 4095 VLAN interfaces per Ethernet interface.
Ordering Information (Professional Installation Required)
|Single Radio||AP58-LOP-00||5.8 GHz 802.11a high power access point with integrated 23 dBi flat panel 18”x18″x3.5” antenna
Power Over Ethernet
|Dual Radio||AP58-LOP-58||5.8 GHz 802.11a high power access point with integrated 23 dBi flat panel 18”x18″x3.5” antenna, plus
Second 5.8 GHz 802.11a radio with N–Female connector for an external antenna
Power Over Ethernet
|Dual Radio||AP58-LOP-24||5.8 GHz 802.11a high power access point with integrated 23 dBi flat panel 18”x18″x3.5” antenna, plus
Second 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g radio with N–Female connector for an external antenna
Power Over Ethernet