TP-Link AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 Dual Band Gigabit Ceiling Mount Access Point, Omada Mesh, Power over Ethernet (802.3at) or DC, Easily Mount to Wall or Ceiling, Free EAP Controller Software, Easy use (EAP610)
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Customers from different industries choose TP-Link, including hospitality, education, catering, retail, enterprise, transportation, accommodation, healthcare, public services, big events, and more. Hear about real usage scenarios, comments of partners and customers, and find new, imaginative ways of using TP-Link products. What's the difference between Master Administrator, Administrator and Viewer account in Omada Controller? 04-20-2023 15025
A firmware update can resolve issues that the previous firmware version may have and improve its current performance. To Upgrade Upgrade to WiFi 6 with speeds up to 1775 Mbps brings 50% faster speeds than WiFi 5. † Every application feels more fluid with drastically improved Wi-Fi speeds. ‡TP-Link's 10G/multi-gigabit managed switches are equipped with 10 Gbps fiber, 10 Gbps copper, or 2.5 Gbps Copper ports, offering maximum performance and low latency. Reliable and lightning-fast connections to WiFi 6 access points, storage servers, and other switches and devices are easily established. USER INTERFACE i'll simply laugh at that as most people doing this BETTTTTERRRR UNDERSTAND NETWORKING because if your have no clue what IPVSEC or ipv6 or vlan and much more then don't waste your money THIS IS NOT PLUG AND PLAY Pharos is TP-Link's next-generation outdoor product series, providing long-range outdoor wireless networking solutions for applications such as WISP, Enterprise Bridge (P2P), and Wireless Surveillance (PtMP).
Long-Range Coverage: Dedicated high-power amplifier and professional antennas with IP67 weatherproof enclosure PoE+ Powered: Supports DC (adapter included), 802.3at PoE+, and Passive PoE for flexible installations. What should I do when the Omada Software Controller (V4) fails to discover the devices? 11-23-2021 84961I admit I wasn’t very fond of the large cases of the EAP660 HD and the EAP670, and it seems that TP-Link did agree that their WiFi 6 access points can be a bit more compact. Which is why the v2 of the TP-Link EAP610 is way smaller, measuring only 9.6 x 9.6 x 2.5 inches (24.3 x 24.3 x 6.4 cm), rivaling the Zyxel WAX630S and the EnGenius ECW220 or the ECW220S.
Worried about interrupted streaming when moving?Seamless Roaming of TP-Link solves this issue! Omada access points are equipped with802.11k and 802.11v fast roaming, switchingclients automatically to the access point with the optimal signal with a seamless transition when moving. Fixed the bug that when a port conflict is detected, the prompt message is not centered and the display is incomplete. I saw that the TP-Link EAP610 has the same antenna gain as the EAP610-Outdoor and I admit I expected less from the indoors AP, but no, you get the same 2x 4dBi antennas for the 2.4GHz radio and 2x 5dBi for the 5GHz radio band. So don’t forget to reduce the transmit power for the 2.4GHz radio unless you want interference with your neighbors. Lastly, the TP-Link EAP610 has support for the TP-Link mesh implementation, but it’s not compatible with OneMesh (for reasons unknown to me). You can only use it with other Omada access points. Wireless Test (5GHz)
Centralized Cloud Management: Manage the whole network locally or from the cloud via web UI or Omada app. First impression was surprise at the size of the unit. At 9-1/2 inches in diameter, it's not exactly inconspicuous in my living room.