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TP-Link Omada AC1200 Access Point | Gigabit Wireless Mesh AP | MU-MIMO, Seamless Roaming& Beamforming | PoE Powered | SDN Cloud Access & Omada app for Easy Management (EAP225-Outdoor)
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- Up to 1200Mbps with 2×2 MU-MIMO technology. The EAP225-Outdoor provides stable wireless coverage at a range up to 200m+ at 2.4GHz and 300m+ at 5GHz in outdoor settings
- High transmission power and high gain antennas provide a long-range coverage area
- Free Windows/Linux based Omada Controller software enables administrators easily manage hundreds of EAPs (Software needs to be downloaded and installed using the official TP-Link website)
- Captive portal provides a convenient method for guest authentication with Omada Controller software enabled.Power Consumption:12.6 W
- 802.3af/Passive PoE (PoE Adapter Included) compatible and simple mounting design allow for flexible deployment and convenient installation
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EAP225-Outdoor supports simultaneous dual band speed of up to 1200Mbps. Outfitted with the latest 802.11ac Wave 2 MU-MIMO technology, EAP225-Outdoor can communicate with multiple clients at the same time which making it ideal for high density environment. Water proof enclosure. Durable, weatherproof enclosure for outdoor Wi-Fi applications Frequency Range: 2.4-2.4835GHz; Interface Available: Fast Ethernet (RJ-45) Port x 1ï¼ˆSupport Passive PoEï¼‰; System Requirement: Microsoft Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP; Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11n IEEE 802.11g IEEE 802.11b
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I already have a pretty capable mesh WIFI network in place at our (large) house for our phones and mobile devices. A mesh means they all have the same SSID and password, so a device connects to whichever one is strongest once you come into range. But I recently installed a bunch of IP security cameras, and about 2/3 of them are wirelessly connected to my network. I did not want that traffic on my existing wifi network, for reasons I won't go into here. But the point is that these APs were for connecting 8 security cameras, some of them outside and a fair distance from the house! I needed two because half the cameras are on one side of the house, and the rest are on the other...No AP would have worked for all of them.
Anyway, these TP-Link APs worked perfectly! They've been in place for about two months now, and they've been rock solid. One is being powered using the injector, the other is powered from a POE hub in my garage, and they both work equally well. The signal strength between these and the cameras is much stronger than the older AP I used to initially connect my cameras. I like the long, slim shape, the ability to mount them to a mast, and the adjustable antennas.
The only caveat I'd include, when recommending these APs to someone, is that you cannot combine two or more of them into a mesh! So, if you're using them for mobile devices, and you want to cover a large area (like a big house, or separate buildings) with a single SSID/Password, these aren't a good choice. I knew that before I bought them! But in my case, the IP cameras are fixed in place, and they don't need the ability to connect to more than one AP...so I didn't need that feature.
But, if you have a small house, or only need to accommodate an area that can be covered with a single AP, these units are an excellent value. They provide a lot of mounting options (mast, wall, vertical or horizontal, POE makes power requirements a non-issue). They have external antennas you can tweak for maximum performance, and they're inexpensive!
I've installed a lot of APs (I've been in IT for 20 years, and have managed some pretty large networks). I'm impressed with these units...in fact, with ALL the TP-Link gear I've used...it performs as well as or better than equipment costing many times more. I can't say how it will hold up in the long term, but my initial impression is that it's quality gear and will continue to work well for a long time!
I only have one of these and I am using it in a home environment. I really should have just logged in to it and configured it by ip but I am a bit of a nerd so I run the free ormada controller software on a VM. I saw a few reviews talking bad about the controller software but I haven't seen any stability issues yet on version 2.6.0 but then again, I am just running one EAP in my home at this point.
I previously ran a TP-Link TL-WA901ND which is a 3x3 MIMO 802.11n WAP. I was extremely happy with it. It had amazing coverage, PoE capability and the speed was great for a 2.4Ghz single band WAP. I bumped our internet speed from 100 Mbps to 300 Mbps and all of a sudden, the 100Mbps Ethernet port on the WAP was a bit of a bottleneck (As well as the real world speeds of 802.11n).
Update: I bought a couple cheap 8 port managed switches to try out the VLAN tagging on this thing and boy is it a nice feature. I now have a guest network with a captive portal that tags to a guest network VLAN which I restricted to accessing only the WAN and the VM running the TP-Link controller software so the captive portal displays properly. I love this EAP. I really love that with the controller software, if I ever need to add another it should be a very painless and seamless process.
I picked this particular model to replace the WAP over higher performing models due to it's support for passive PoE and that it even included the injector. The low price helped too! I wanted one of their EAP models due to the extended features like VLAN support on a per-SSID basis and the captive portal. I always wanted a guest network that was truly segregated from my normal subnet.
So I have been running it only for about a day so far and am extremely happy. Yes, the range is a little less than the powerhouse TL-WA901ND that it replaced but it still adequately covers my little 1200 sgft house and the back yard. If I need to add another, the controller software would make the integration incredibly easy. The speeds have been great so far with an average of 8 devices concurrently on the AP.
IT supports MU-MIMO but I would be surprised if even one of the wireless devices in my house did so that is useless. It does also support beamforming, band steering and airtime fairness which is quite impressive considering the price. Sure enough, once I enabled band steering it punted my wife's ipad, son's iPhone, our Roku and my laptop right up tot he 5GHZ band.
I created a second SSID in seconds on the 2.4 GHZ band, assigned it upload and download caps and created a quick captive portal in maybe 3 minutes tops. It also will support vouchers including the ability to print them out for you to cut up and distribute. The statistics you can pull up with the controller software are impressive as well. Once I get the two managed switches in that I ordered I will be able to VLAN my guest network onto a separate subnet with internet access only.
I am just blown away with the things this EAP can do for the price. This along with the controller software would be perfect for a small to medium business.
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Reviewed in Canada on October 30, 2018