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Engenius EAP9550 Wireless N 300Mbps Access Point/Repeater

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 8.9 x 2.8 inches ; 9.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00315VPL4
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  • Item model number: EAP9550
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 17, 2009

Product Description

Product Description

EAP9550 is a powerful Wireless N multi-functional access point/repeater/WDS device. The smoke detector appearance is designed to blend into various environments, making this model ideal for hotels, schools, or public common areas. EAP9550 is a Wireless N device that delivers up to 6x faster speed and 7x extended coverage than 802.11g. Wireless performance is fine-tuned by engineers, so it delivers the best wireless range and speed for clients. EAP9550 provides wired network with superior throughput, performance and unparalleled wireless range. To protect wireless transmissions, EAP9550 encrypts all wireless transmissions through WEP data encryption and supports WPA/WPA2. MAC address filter allows users to setup select or deny stations with access to the network. EAP9550 thus is the best product to ensure superior wireless performance.

From the Manufacturer

EnGenius EAP9550 Wireless N 300Mbps Access Point / Universal Repeater with Smoke Detector Design & 802.3af PoE

EnGenius EAP9550

EAP9550 is a powerful Wireless N multi-functional access point/repeater/WDS device. The smoke detector appearance is designed to blend into various environments, making this model ideal for hotels, schools, or public common areas.

EAP9550 is a Wireless N device that delivers up to 6x faster speed and 7x extended coverage than 802.11g. Wireless performance is fine-tuned by engineers, so it delivers the best wireless range and speed for clients. EAP9550 provides wired network with superior throughput, performance and unparalleled wireless range.

To protect wireless transmissions, EAP9550 encrypts all wireless transmissions through WEP data encryption and supports WPA/WPA2. MAC address filter allows users to setup select or deny stations with access to the network. EAP9550 thus is the best product to ensure superior wireless performance.


Key Differentiators

WIRELESS N 300MBS SPEED

EnterpriseState of the Art 300Mbps wireless speed for uninterrupted wireless connection


MULTIPLE WIRELESS NAMES (AP mode)

EnterpriseBroadcasts multiple SSID's in one device. Permits different levels of network access (VLAN Tagging)


Speed 6X faster than standard 802.11g

EnterpriseIdeal for large file transfer applications from advanced engineering solution to video conference meeting


POWER-OVER-INTERNET (802.3af) COMPLIANT

EnterprisePower and data over one single cable for convenient installation


UNIVERSAL REPEATER

EnterpriseExtends WiFi coverage into dead spots. Minimizes trenching and cabling cost


INTELLIGENT QUALITY OF SERVICE (QOS) TECHNOLOGY

EnterpriseFacilitates bandwidth priority for multimedia applications including VoIP phone call, video streaming, online gaming


EnGenius


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Relatively easy to set up.
BLR
Had to reboot it and it would be up again for 1 day.
William H. Thompson
EnGenius wireless access points are great!
T. Harding

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Ryan A. Jairam on July 2, 2010
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I got this access point because I wanted a more or less permanent, whole house solution for wifi access, with RADIUS authentication for my own devices and an open network for guests.

The Engenius brand is made by Senao which (I believe) makes some equipment for netgear and others.

I like the smoke detector form factor. It installs pretty easily onto the ceiling. The holes are not lined up exactly with a ceiling box which I think it should have been. But no big deal, just use the supplied anchors and screws and attach it to your ceiling. You can turn off the LEDs if they get too annoying. Since they are blue they are bright at night.

The internal antenna performs well for its intended application which is access inside a building. At least in my case the signal did not propagate well outside which necessitates a separate AP for outdoor use. Not a deal breaker by any means. Power over ethernet is a must for this device, and it works well in that regard.

The LAN side is 10/100 which isn't really a big concern but it would have been nice to have gigabit. But it is rare to exceed 100Mbps throughput anyway on 2.4GHz 802.11n.

Lots of features including all of the encryption methods (WPA, WPA2, WEP), RADIUS connectivity, NTP, even a graph which tracks traffic. It has VLAN tagging which works fairly well, and a management VLAN which handles the web interface, ntp and RADIUS traffic. I currently have mine setup with three VLANs connected to a pfsense firewall. One VLAN is bridged to my LAN and associated to my primary SSID which uses WPA2-RADIUS. This authenticates against FreeRADIUS on the pfsense box. The second VLAN is associated to a different SSID, is open and is a separate subnet and firewalled off from my LAN. This is for guests.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Soto on June 5, 2010
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I was skeptical about the product as I was not familiar with the brand and the documentation was ambiguous in a few areas. However, once I received the product and began setting it up, it operated as expected. Moreover, it supports Power over Ethernet (PoE / 802.3af) which makes it ideal as a remote access point (AP) at a location where you may not have convenient access to AC power.

The range is comparable to my other 2.4GHz WiFi APs. (It is 2.4GHz only and does not have a 5GHz radio.) The 802.11n speeds are also comparable to my other 2.4GHz APs. The UI on its browser-based software was acceptable and its traffic logging features are pretty cool. It supports several modes including standard access point and WiFi repeater in addition to WDS and all the usual encryption protocols plus it supports multiple SSIDs which I intend to set up at some point to allow different connection profiles for guest and NintendoDS access which may not support WPA / WPA2.

The manufacturer's website and tech support were not as good as more established companies, but fortunately neither was critically necessary for me to get a good working set up first as a repeater and ultimately as an AP (which I am using right now as I write this review.)

The main reason I purchased the product was for its discrete appearance. It is compact and looks like a smoke detector. It scores big there and was very easy to install on the ceiling of my upstairs hallway where I had pre-wired an Ethernet cable connected to a Netgear switch with PoE ports in my basement. The whole thing is operating from just a single network cable connection. It has 3 bright LEDs (LAN, WAN, and WiFi) which can be individually enabled disabled to be even more discrete.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Luca P.C.P. on November 18, 2010
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My computer room is at one end of the house, and with my previous wireless router, located there, the speed I was getting when connected from the other end of the house was barely acceptable. I purchased this access point because I wanted an access point that I could install centrally, up in the attic, fed by power over ethernet as I did not have a conveniently located outlet in the attic. An attic installation, for my house, minimized the amount of furniture / bookshelves / ... the signal had to travel through in order to reach my various use points in the house. The access point works perfectly in this installation: I have been getting speeds above 4 Mbytes/sec from any point in the house, with absolutely no glitches or problems. I am using the access point for a single SSID, but I hear it is possible to serve multiple networks / SSIDs from it; something I have not needed yet. I very much appreciate the fact that I can turn "isolation mode" off, so that the PCs connected to the wireless share the same local network as those connected to the upstream home wired network.

The one slightly annoying thing is that to configure this access point initially, you have to set your PC/laptop IP address to a specific one. This is fairly silly: I fail to understand how this can be a security feature, since after the first installation is done, you can reconfigure it from any IP. Another slight annoyance is that once you logout of a session in the admin system, it tells you that you need to close and reopen your browser (what?) in order to log in again into the admin system (in practice, I just use various Chrome sessions in incognito mode).
But these are incredibly small annoyances: I set this up a couple of months ago, and since then, for the first time in many years, I have never even had to think at problems of wireless in my house: it just works, always, without glitches, and with great speed.
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