Cisco WAP4410N Wireless N Access Point PoE/Advanced Security

Cisco WAP4410N Wireless N Access Point PoE/Advanced Security

Cisco WAP4410N Wireless N Access Point PoE/Advanced Security

B&H # CIWAP4410N MFR # WAP4410N
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Product Highlights

  • Supports High Bandwidth Applications
  • Backward Compatible w/ 802.11b/g Devices
  • Connect to Power over Ethernet Devices
  • Protects Biz Info w/ Enhanced Security
  • Rogue Access Point Detection
  • Advanced Encryption
  • Easy-to-Use Web Interface
  • Integrated QoS Features
  • IPv6 Host Support
  • Gigabit Ethernet LAN Interface
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Cisco WAP4410N overview

  • 1Description

The WAP4410N Wireless N Access Point PoE/Advanced Security from Cisco lets you connect 802.11n, 802.11g and 802.11b devices to your network, so you can add PCs to the network with no cabling hassle. To protect your data and privacy, the WAP4410N supports the industrial strength wireless security of Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), encoding all your wireless transmissions with powerful encryption.

It also employs the WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) feature, which facilitates simple and secure deployment of security in the wireless network. Configuration is a snap with the Web browser-based configuration utility.

Power over Ethernet (PoE) support makes the access point easy to install. You can mount the device anywhere, even without ready access to a power plug. With appropriate PoE support at the other end, you need to run only one cable to the access point to deliver both data and power.

Draft 802.11n wireless networking delivers greater throughput and extended range, maximizing the number of wireless clients per access point for your small business
Easy installation and configuration via a Web interface
Adjustable and removable dipole antennas with multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) 3 x 3 diversity
Sports a Gigabit Ethernet LAN interface
Supports PoE and external DC power
HTTP redirect facilitates the display of a splash page on initial user access
IPv6 host support for managing the access point over IPv6
Multiple basic service set identifier (BSSID) support allows the creation of multiple secure wireless workgroups for users and guests
Service set identifier (SSID) to VLAN mapping maintains application security and quality across wireless and wired
WPS allows for simple and secure deployment of the wireless network
Logging via syslog, email, or local log
Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) wireless QoS support
Multiple BSSID: Supports up to 4 BSSIDs, allowing the creation of multiple virtual access points
VLANs: Supports 802.1q - up to 4 VLANs
SSID to VLAN mapping: Supports mapping of SSIDs to VLANs to securely separate workgroups across wireless and wired domains
Spanning Tree: Supports 802.1d Spanning Tree Protocol to prevent loops when using wireless distribution system (WDS) links as redundant links in a distribution system
Operating modes: Access point mode, point-to-point bridge mode, point-to-multipoint bridge mode, repeater mode, wireless client mode
Load balancing: Allows bandwidth control with user-defined CPU usage ratios
Auto-channel selection: On boot-up, the access point selects the least congested channel
802.11d regulatory domain: Enables the access point to provide radio channel settings for client devices, facilitating easy client access as they move across regulatory domains
WEP/WPA/WPA2: Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) 64-bit/128-bit, WPA-Pre-Shared Key (WPA-PSK), WPA2-PSK, WPA-ENT, WPA2-ENT
Access control: Wireless connection control: MAC-based
SSID broadcast: SSID broadcast enable/disable
Client isolation: Supports wireless client isolation between and within SSIDs
802.1X: Wireless clients can be authenticated through IEEE 802.1X
802.1X supplicant: Supports 802.1X supplicant on the Ethernet port to allow the access point to authenticate itself to the network
RADIUS server: Up to 2 RADIUS servers can be configured for redundancy purposes
WPS: Supports WPS, a WI-FI Alliance specification for simple and secure setup of a wireless network
Rogue access point detection: New access points detected that have not been categorized as known are logged as rogue access points, allowing the administrator to clamp down on unapproved devices in the network
In the Box
Cisco WAP4410N Wireless N Access Point PoE/Advanced Security
  • User Guide on CD-ROM
  • Ethernet Network Cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Product Stands
  • Registration Card
  • Limited Lifetime Hardware Warranty with Return to Factory Replacement
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    Cisco WAP4410N specs

    Base Station
    Standards Draft IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3af (Power over Ethernet), 802.1x (security authentication), 802.11i security WPA/WPA2, WMM
    Sensitivity 802.11.n: 300 Mbps at -69dBm
    802.11.g: 54 Mbps at -73dBm
    802.11.b: 11 Mbps at -88dBm
    LEDs Power, Ethernet, wireless, PoE
    Cabling Type Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Category 5e or higher
    Buttons Reset
    Channel Support Operating channels: 11 North America, 13 most of Europe (ETSI and Japan)
    Antenna Internal: None
    External: 3 (omni-directional)
    Antenna gain in dBi: 2
    Transmit Power Transmit power @ normal temp range for FCC:
    802.11b: 16 dBm @ 1TX, 19 dBm @ 2TX, 20.5 dBm @ 3TX
    802.11g: 13 dBm @ 1TX, 16 dBm @ 2TX, 17.5 dBm @ 3TX
    802.11n: 17 dBm @ 1TX @ MCS0~5/8~13, 13 dBm @ 1TX @ MCS6/14, 11 dBm @ 1TX @ MCS7/15, 20 dBm @ 2TX@MCS0~5/8~13, 16 dBm @ 2TX @ MCS6/14, 14 dBm @ 2TX @ MCS7/15, 21.5 dBm @ 3TX@MCS0~5/8~13, 17.5 dBm @ 3TX @ MCS6/14, 15.5 dBm @ 3TX @ MCS7/15
    Transmit power @ normal temp range for ETSI:
    11b/g/n: 13 dBm @ 1TX, 16 dBm @ 2TX, 17.5 dBm @ 3TX
    QoS 4 queues
    802.1p VLAN priority
    WMM wireless priority
    Mapping of 802.1p VLAN priority to WMM wireless priority to maintain end-to-end
    Modulation Radio and modulation type: 802.11b/DSSS, 802.11g/OFDM, 802.11n/OFDM
    Power Over Ethernet Yes
    Event Logging Event logging/ email logging/ remote syslog
    Diagnostics Flash, RAM, LAN, WLAN
    Firmware Firmware upgradeable through Web browser
    Ports Ethernet, power
    SNMP SNMP version 1, 2c
    DHCP DHCP client
    HTTP: Redirects initial user access to an external web server to display company logo or network usage policy
    Protocol IPv6 host: Support for management and control of access point over IPv6
    Supports RFC2460 (IPv6 protocol) and RFC4294 (IPv6 node requirements)
    Interface Built-in Web user interface for easy browser-based configuration (HTTP/HTTPS)
    Operating System Linux
    Power Requirements 12V 1A DC input, and IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE
    Max power draw: 10.1W
    Minimum Computer Requirements 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n wireless adapter with TCP/IP protocol installed per PC
    Switch/router with PoE support or PoE injector when used with PoE
    Web-based configuration: Java-enabled Web browser
    Environmental Conditions Operating temperature: 32-104°F (0-40°C)
    Storage temperature: -4-158°F (-20-70°C)
    Operating humidity: 10-85%, non-condensing
    Storage humidity: 5-90%, non-condensing
    Certifications FCC, CE, IC
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 6.69 x 6.69 x 1.6" (170 x 170 x 40.7mm)
    Weight 0.86 lb. (39 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.3 x 9.6 x 2.8"

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