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300Mbps Wireless N High Power Outdoor AP Router
The netis 300Mbps Wireless N High Power Outdoor AP Router WF2322 provides long range, high performance wireless Internet access over long distance. The maximum 1000mW transmit power enables you long range connectivity. Also, with 15kV ESD protection and IP55 Waterproof for case, WF2322 is suitable for harsh environment, providing users a stable and smooth networks connection.
- Comply with 802. 11b/g/n standard, data rate up to 300Mbps
- Maximum 1000mW Transmit Power enabling long range connectivity
- Internal High gain 10dBi directional antenna, dual-polarity
- IP55 Waterproof for case
- Various WAN connection types- DHCP, PPPoE, Static IP, Russia PPPoE, Unifi PPPoE, L2TP/Russia L2TP, PPTP/Russia PPTP, WISP
- Multiple wireless modes- AP, Router, WISP, AP + Client, AP + Repeater, WISP + Client, WISP + Repeater
- ESD protection up to 15KV
- Remote reset from power adapter
|Standards||IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n|
|Signal Rate||Up to 300Mbps|
|Receive Sensitivity||-99dBm (Maximum)|
|Data Transfer Rates||
802.11n: 40MHz(300Mbps, 270Mbps, 240Mbps, 180Mbps, 120Mbps, 90Mbps, 60Mbps, 30Mbps)
20MHz (144Mbps, 130Mbps, 115Mbps, 86Mbps, 57Mbps, 43Mbps, 28Mbps, 14Mbps)
801.11g: (54Mbps, 48Mbps, 36Mbps, 24Mbps, 18Mbps, 12Mbps, 9Mbps, 6Mbps)
802.11b: (11Mbps, 5.5Mbps, 2Mbps, 1Mbps)
|Wireless Modes||AP, Router, WISP, AP + Client, AP + Repeater, WISP + Client, WISP+ Repeater|
64/128-bit WEP, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)
SSID Broadcast Enable/Disable
Wireless MAC Filtering
|Standards||IEEE 802.3 10Base-T, IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX|
|Interface||2x 10/100Mbps LAN Port|
|LED Indicators||Power, WLAN, LAN-Main, LAN-Secondary, Wireless Signal 1-4|
|Antenna||1x 10dBi directional Antenna, Dual-polarity|
|Power Supply||Proprietary PoE, DC 24V/0.5A|
|WAN Type||DHCP, PPPoE, Static IP, Russia PPPoE, Unifi PPPoE, L2TP/Russia L2TP, PPTP/Russia PPTP, WISP|
|Port Forwarding||Virtual Servers, UPnP, DMZ|
|Access Control||MAC Filtering|
|Others||Dynamic DNS, PSE|
|Operation Temperature||-30 ~ +70°C (estimated)|
|Storage Temperature||-30 ~ +80°C (estimated)|
|Humidity||0 ~ 90% non-condensing|
1x 24V/500mA Passive PoE Power Adapter
1x AC Power Cord
2x Cable Ties
1x Quick Installation Guide
Questions and Answers
PROS: • Very Very flexible. Lots of configuration options
• Powerful enough to cover within our industrial complex. Somewhere I found it has a 6 mile range. MAYBE that is true with no interference, but for sending signals inside an industrial complex it is awesome!
• Appears to be well made.
• Comes with POE that has a remote reset. So if something weird happens with the programming, you can factory default it and reprogram it without having to pull the device down from it's mounting point.
• Price!!! When I had to add three more buildings to our network environment I figured I would try these over our existing devices that cost almost 4x the price. So far I'm extremely happy and the owners of the company can't believe the deal I found.
CONS: • Documentation leave A LOT to be desired! If you are a novice and are trying to do anything beyond basic configuration you will have challenges!!! I know it can do more than I have it doing, but I have no idea how to accomplish some it's abilities because the documentation is not clear. (Don't get me wrong, there is documentation, but not sure who it was written for.
• Only the power cord and POE were included (cable-wise). Make sure you have network cables.
• If the POE goes out I am not sure where to find a replacement or what power ratings. I do not recall seeing that in the documentation.
• Plan on spending some time tinkering. While these are awesome devices, I do not believe they are for novices.
They are able to grab the Cable WiFi signal using the WISP settings and then rebroadcast the signal as a different SSID inside the condo. They had to login using their Cable login info on one device and then all the other ones started working. WOW I knew it was possible, but after two long drawn out failed different attempts, this was (relatively) so easy!
Granted it is public WiFi, but so far the slowest signal strength they get is about 4mb but have gotten in excess of 13mb.
So the one time price of this device (and a few network cables) was a little more than the every month price of internet service they would have had to pay for a second service.
PROS: Low Price
Ability to grab an open public WiFi signal and basically rebroadcast it as a new SSID with a much higher signal strength.
It seems like there are a lot of configurable options.
Has two network ports at the bottom. Supposed to be good (not sure because the documentation is lacking).
My dad is ecstatic he doesn't have to go to the public library anymore.
Price (yes, I know I said that, but this really is an awesome find and eliminated a reoccurring monthly expense that was to close to the same price as the one time cost of the device!)
CONS: Documentation looked like it was good, but in reality, it was not very helpful.