Leírás és Paraméterek
Dual concurrent WLAN at up to 867 Mbps
The LANCOM OAP-822 features two WLAN radio modules for the simultaneous operation at 2.4 and 5 GHz and offers a wide range of options for outdoor applications: The quick and easy setup of modern outdoor hotspots, professional WLAN coverage of open spaces, or even high-speed P2P links for connecting to remote buildings in the 5-GHz band via IEEE 802.11ac with a net data rate of up to 250 Mbps.
Maximum reliability in all weathers
The LANCOM OAP-822 has a robust IP66 protective housing, making it fully dust proof and water-jet resistant. What's more, a temperature range of -33°C to +70°C guarantees reliable operation even under extreme conditions.
Dynamic radio-field optimization from Active Radio Control
The LANCOM OAP-822 supports the WLAN optimization concept LANCOM Active Radio Control. This intelligent combination of innovative features included with the LCOS operating system - such as Adaptive Noise Immunity, Adaptive RF Optimization or Client Steering - sustainably increases WLAN performance and supports administrators with professional tools for WLAN management.
LANCOM security for wireless networks
With numerous integrated security features, such as IEEE 802.1X, this outdoor access point provides optimal security for networks. Administrators and employees alike benefit from professional security policies on the network.
Secure remote management
With the LANCOM OAP VPN Option the device can be upgraded with VPN functionalities, so enabling a securely encrypted remote management - ideal especially for providers and hotspot operators.
Quick and easy network integration of the access points as well as automatic assignment of the configuration-without manual configuration. For WLAN controller or LSR-based installations, the access point receives an appropriate configuration immediately after network authentication.
Secure integration of external users
In combination with the LANCOM Public Spot option, the LANCOM OAP-822 is ideal for operating hotspots. Users benefits from a hotspot that is secure and easy-to-use, while hotspot operators can be sure that their own network remains separate from the guest network.