AP 6511E Wireless LAN
AP 6511E Wireless LAN -Single Radio Access Point
Overcome the Challenges of Dormitory and Hotel Room Connectivity
The AP 6511 is expressly designed for one of the most challenging wireless LAN environments – dormitory and hotel guest rooms. Standard service personnel can install the AP 6511 in minutes using existing category 5 or 6 cabling already in the walls. The installation is predictable and repeatable – two key reasons why the AP 6511 will dramatically lower the installation time and cost of a room’s wireless LAN. The AP’s sleek “hide in sight” design and minute size match the decor of any room.
The AP 6511 includes intelligent self-optimizing controller AP code – enabling a small property to gain the benefits of a central controller – automatic adoption, central configuration and status, as well as automatic RF management, without the cost of a dedicated RF switch. For larger properties and facilities, Zebra’s WiNG-based RF switches can manage the AP 6511 , for very high scalability and seamless integration with other indoor and outdoor 802.11n access points.
Features & Benefits:
- FULL 802.11N PERFORMANCE WITH STANDARD 802.3AF AND DUAL BAND SUPPORT – Simplify and reduce the total cost of installation using standard Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). Operate in either 2.4Ghz or 5.0Ghz frequency bands to support 802.11b/g/n or 802.11a/n wireless LANs.
- ENHANCED MOBILITY AND SECURITY – Support fast, secure roaming and rate scaling. Pre-emptive roaming and load balancing are supported when connected to an RF Switch to increase reliability and network resilience. This unique multi-purpose device can execute and enforce the IDS/IPS security policies configured in the wireless switch, and can also be utilized as a 24×7 dedicated sensor with wireless IPS from AirDefense solutions.
- MODULAR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN FOR FLEXIBILITY – The mounting bracket features six unique hole patterns to match most telecom plates worldwide. A keystone, snap-in port provides a fast method to connect any secondary cabling behind the wall to the AP. If the snap-in port is not used for a secondary cable, it can be dedicated as a switched Fast Ethernet port. To further add modularity and flexibility in network design, a three-port Fast Ethernet Module can be field installed via a snap-in access port.