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DRAYTEK Vigor AP810 Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer Part Code: AP810-K
Order Code: NPDRA-AP810
Category: All Wireless Access Points
Business-class 802.11n WLAN access point,PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) as standard, Dual isolated LAN interfaces, 4-Port Ethernet Switch, Detatchable Antennae - Can be replaced with uni-directional or high-gain, Wireless Encryption : WEP, WPA, WPA2, 802.11b/g Backward Compatible, Repeater/Bridge/Access Point/Station Modes, Wireless Client Isolation, Bandwidth management per SSID, 802.1q VLAN Tagging, Up to four distinct SSIDs (for VLANs), MAC Address Filtering, Radius / WPA User Authentication, 802.1x User Authentication, WDS (Wireless Distribution System), WMM (Wireless MultiMedia), WPS - WiFi Protected Setup, Built-in Site Surveyor
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The DrayTek Vigor AP-810 is a standalone wireless access point, ideal for adding wireless connectivity to an existing LAN, or for expanding the range of an existing wireless LAN by using the WDS features. It can also be used as part of the DrayTek managed wireless system. The AP-810 replaces the popular AP-800 model, adding full compatibility with the DrayTek managed wireless platform.
The AP-810 features multiple levels of wireless security. Encryption using WEP, WPA, WPA2 (802.11i) is available you can also use the access control list (ACL) to specify the hardware addresses of clients which are permitted to connect (by MAC hardware address). Any unauthorised hardware is refused access.
For additional user authentication, you can activate 802.1x RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service) which allows you to centrally manage and store user names and passwords either within the AP-800 setup itself (thus not needing any external server) on an external radius server which can permit time limited, temporary or continuous access to your clients as required.
The Vigor AP-810 supports the 802.1q VLAN protocol so that if it is connected to an 802.1q enabled LAN, it can split tagged data (whether its different subnets or intended for different users) and broadcast each on its own SSID. This means, for example, that your guest WiFi access is provided on a separate isolated SSID with no access to your company data. (802.1q Feature ETA Q1/2011)