[Pauldotcom] Durable AP Needed
jim.halfpenny at gmail.com
Wed May 23 12:31:26 GMT-5 2012
We've been using Ruckus ZoneFlex APs for a while. They have 2.4 and 5 GHz
radios, internal antenna with good range and four switch ports. You can use
a mains adapter or PoE to power them. The downside is probably going to be
On May 23, 2012 1:23 AM, "Joshua Wright" <jwright at hasborg.com> wrote:
> I'm hoping someone can recommend a durable AP for use in demos and travel.
> I typically carry a few Linksys WRT's, or newer E4200's, but between my
> leaving home or a hotel and getting home, they are frequently broken (along
> with a suspicious "Hey, we invaded your privacy in the name of security
> theater TSA flyer"). Not that I'm jaded, or anything.
> I need the AP to be 802.11 b/g/n (5 GHz a/n is optional) with at least
> four switch ports and support for NAT to an uplink network. I also need it
> to support open security, WEP, WPA2-PSK and WPA2 Enterprise IEEE 802.1X
> (which my Linksys AP's do no problem). External antennas are not desirable
> just for reliability (very little range is needed).
> The smaller the better, and I would love a metal case like some of the
> older Netgear units, but realize that metal and WiFi are problematic.
> Any advice?
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