EnGenius Technologies High-Powered Dual-Band Wireless & Indoor Access Point (EAP600)
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- Concurrent Dual-Band 802.11a/b/g/n with up to 300Mbps data rate in each frequency band
- Up to 29 dBm high RF power for longer range and enhanced wireless coverage
- Offers greater bandwidth capacity
- Designed for indoor deployments with ceiling mountable smoke detector design
- Ideal for extending networks within large or multi-story
- Client-intensive facilities like hotels, resorts, hospitals, office buildings, university
- Dual Band Wireless for Expanded Capacity
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|Wireless Comm Standard||802 11 ABGN||802 11 ABGN||802 11 ABGN||802 11 AC|
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From the Manufacturer
Indoor Wireless Access Point, Dual-Band N600
The EnGenius X-treme SMB EAP 600 is a concurrent dual-band 2.4 + 5GHz Wireless-N Indoor Access Point that features high transmit RF power (29 dBm on 2.4GHz and 26 dBm on 5GHz) for long range connectivity. With wireless speeds up to 300Mbps on each radio and a Gigabit port for connecting to a switch or router it's ideal for expanding a network with additional bandwidth to support additional users.
With the dual-band Wireless-N EAP600 companies can now offer employees, guests, staff or students more expanded options for users who transfer large files within the network or use other bandwidth intensive applications like streaming HD video. The EAP600 is ideal for extending networks within large or multi-story buildings or expansive, client-intensive facilities like hotels, resorts, hospitals, office buildings, universities or other multi-building campus facilities.
Dual-Band, High-Speed Performance
Dual-Band, 11n concurrent speeds to 300 Mbps on each band, the EAP600 is a network workhorse. Utilizing Band Steering, the EAP600 automatically detects and shifts Dual-Band-capable clients to the less congested 5 GHz band, greatly optimizing overall network bandwidth.
Improve Indoor Wireless Coverage Range & Multi-Floor Penet
Achieve greater indoor coverage range and device connectivity with powerful, 29dBm transmit power and high-receive sensitivity. The EAP600 offers more than 2Xs greater wireless coverage over mainstream competitors by combining an integrated, 5dBi, Omni-directional antenna array.
Configure multiple APs for Fast Roaming (802.11r and 802.11k), ensuring client authentication occurs seamlessly before client devices move to the next AP, providing continuous connectivity for devices in motion with fast, secure roaming.
802.3af-Compliant PoE Port Expands Deployment & Power Option
Deploy and power the EAP600 anywhere it is needed, regardless of its proximity to power outlets. With 802.3af PoE support, the AP is easily powered up to 328 feet from an 802.3af-capable PoE Switch or injector for installation where power outlets are not readily available such as on ceilings or in hallways, and in building rafters or attics.
EAP600 (Individual) vs EWS300AP(Centrally Management)
Growing business? Multiple locations?
Expand your network easy
If you’re ready to take your business and Wi-Fi network to the next level, EnGenius’ EWS310AP is EAP plus so much more. It offers the same reliability, extensive wireless coverage, and the price/performance value you’ve come to expect from the EAP Access Point family plus:
- Clean, Stylish Design
- Centrally Management Dashboard
- Easy to Install and Configure
- AP Auto Discovery and Provisioning
- Scalable with Neutron EWS Products
- Network Topology View
- Floor Plan and Map View
- Monitoring for APs and Clients
- Hybrid Mode: Standalone and/or Centrally Managed
|Standards / Frequency / Max. Data Rate||802.11b/g/n, 2.4 GHz and 5GHz, 300 Mbps + 300 Mbps||802.11b/g/n, 2.4 GHz and 5GHz, 300 Mbps + 300 Mbps|
|Centrally Management Dashboard||✓|
|AP Auto Discovery and Provisioning||✓|
|Scalable - Manage up to 1000+ APs||✓|
|Network Topology View||✓|
|Floor Plan and Map View||✓|
|Monitoring for APs and Clients||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
I have pretty good computer knowledge. I have some networking knowledge, but I'm not a network expert. I read a lot about Wi-Fi networks, routers, and access points. Mostly I got confused. Finally I bought this unit and experimented until everything worked. As many others have said, access points are technical. However, the hardest thing I found about using them is that none of the advice I found gives an overview of what they are and why you want one. Here's what I learned. It doesn't apply for every home network possibility, but it applies to the most common need of adding a second Wi-Fi source to your home network. After that, and if you care about such things, it's easier to add on advanced features like VPNs, multiple SSIDs, and such. I'm offering an overview, then a configuration process, then my review of this device.Read more ›
Case 1: Single unit installation in a 5,000 ft^2 home. The 2.4Ghz range is very good - extending all the way out to the street and backyard from a central position inside the house. Speed and connection stability for 5 people with upwards of ~15 wireless devices is excellent. Working nicely with a mix of iPads, a Kindle Fire HD, several smartphones and laptops. The 5Ghz range doesn't get outside very well, as expected, but inside it's doing well through drywall into all the rooms and basement. This was the first EAP600 I tested. After upgrading the firmware to 1.2.9 its been running continuously for a hair over two months with zero problems.
Case 2: Single unit in a small single story open-space warehouse - estimated size around 16,000 ft^2. Some signal weakness in the farthest corners - otherwise excellent on both bands. Its also been running with no problems since the initial installation - now going on 6 weeks. Supporting roughly 45 plus devices of all makes and types that need Wi-Fi. Might move the one to one side of the building and add a second on the other side in balance . . .
Case 3: Multi-story large brick and metal firehouse. Just put up three of these using the same SSID for each band set (SSIDNAME and SSIDNAME-5G) and using a standard Netgear POE switch - one in the basement, one in the middle and one in the garage bay. Worked flawlessly first time after setup.Read more ›
I bought this EnGenius EAP600 and installed it on the first floor in a central location near the TV/FIOS STB and plugged it into the wired home network via Ethernet at that location. It worked immediately, however, I was not getting a secure connection. So I had to remove the EAP600 and plug it into my PC and do some configuration. Once configuration complete, I plugged it back in and it made the secure connection.
I am moderately capable with PCs as I build my own. However, I am a novice when it comes to wireless networking. For me to learn how to get it configured took about an hour.
Once correctly installed, I get full reception any where I go in the house.
These things are great... when they work. I've purchased easily over a dozen of them because the problems aren't immediately apparent. On the last 5 or so that I purchased, after a week, they just stop working until you power cycle them. These are supposed to be better than the $30 home grade ones, but they lock up just the same. This is unacceptable in an office environment.
What's even worse is the RMA process. First, they try to hide their advanced RMA offering, insisting that you send in the defective one first, which in the case of a mostly functional unit is unacceptable. After insisting that they send you one first, they'll give you the extensions of three people in the company that can handle that. If you thought it couldn't get worse... they take your credit card info, which is standard for an advanced RMA, but they charge it and say they'll refund it once they get the unit back. Well, it's been just under 60 days since they charged my card, and it has been at least 45 since they received the unit back, and I still have no refund. I'm going to have to contact my credit card company to have them charge it back since EnGenius isn't replying to my emails on the matter.
Bottom line, we expect reliability, consistency, and good customer service when there's a problem. EnGenius provides none of this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This WAP works great. Installed in my home due to poor signal strength from Fios router and now I can use my wireless connection from as far away as 5 houses from my house. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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