The dual band user configurable 802.11a or 802.11b/g, Wi-Fi certified 3Com Wireless 7760 11a/b/g PoE Access Point is an attractive solution for cost effectively and securely extending mobile access to wired network resources or creating full-featured networks in small and medium businesses, remote sites, or temporary locations.
With ultra-fast speeds of up to 108 Mbps in turbo mode, and superior long-range connectivity with eXtended range (XR) technology this access point supports up to 64 wireless users, so there is plenty of room for growth.
PoE support overcomes installation problems by eliminating the need for an AC power plug at each AP. The 3Com Switch 5500-EI PWR, 3Com Baseline Switch 2226-PWR Plus or other IEEE 802.3af-compliant PoE products can supply both power and data to the access points through Category 5 or 6 Ethernet cabling, giving you flexible installation options in hard to wire or reach locations.
Tough WPA2 with TKIP and US government standard AES encryption provide the latest standards-based security. For additional protection, the AP supports IEEE 802.1X and MAC address access control, authentication, and authorization through backend RADIUS servers.
IEEE 802.1Q-compliant VLAN support and VPN passthrough combined with the multiple SSID and security profiles let you design flexible security for different user groups, control access to network resources, and segment user traffic.
Versatile Wireless Distribution System (WDS) solves complex wireless connectivity problems, supporting point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, repeater and client modes.
- PoE eliminates installation problems with hard to wire or reach locations, supplying power over Category 5 or 6 data cables
- IEEE 802.11g standard supports speeds up to 108 Mbps in SuperG mode for high-speed access and wide coverage
- Supports toughest industry-standard WPA2, TKIP and US government AES encryption; also supports legacy WEP clients
- Multiple SSID support allows SSIDs to be bridged together or isolated for flexible security control
- IEEE 802.1Q VLAN groups users according to data or traffic requirements to segment traffic flow based on business priorities
- MAC-based and IEEE 802.1X AAA support centralizes wireless security through existing network RADIUS servers
- Rogue AP detection identifies and logs unauthorized, potentially harmful APs
- Access control screens device MAC addresses to ensure only trusted clients access the WLAN
- Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) adds managed QoS, based on the IEEE 802.11e standard; critical for the new generation of delay-sensitive data, voice, and video applications
- Wi-Fi certified IEEE 802.11g helps en