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DrayTek Vigor AP-810 Ports
The AP-810 features multiple levels of wireless security. Encryption using WEP, WPA, WPA2 (802.11i) is available you can also use the access control list (ACL) to specify the hardware addresses of clients which are permitted to connect (by MAC hardware address). Any unauthorised hardware is refused access.
For additional user authentication, you can activate 802.1x RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service) which allows you to centrally manage and store user names and passwords either within the AP-810 setup itself (thus not needing any external server) on an external radius server which can permit time limited, temporary or continuous access to your clients as required.
The Vigor AP-810 supports the 802.1q VLAN protocol so that if it is connected to an 802.1q enabled LAN, it can split tagged data (whether its different subnets or intended for different users) and broadcast each on its own SSID. This means, for example, that your guest WiFi access is provided on a separate isolated SSID with no access to your company data/devices.
USB Printer Port
The AP-810 has a USB interface into which you can connect a regular printer. That printer is then accessible from any wireless or wired PC which connects to the AP-810, or a PC anywhere else on the network to whick the AP-810 is connected. This is ideal to provide printer access to wireless laptops but could also be used for installing a printer elsewhere in your home/office by using a pair of AP-810s to make a bridge.
WMM - WiFi Multimedia
The AP-810 implements intelligent wireless traffic prioritization for the most efficient management of wireless traffic by using the Wi-Fi Multimedia standard (WMM). WMM defines Quality of Service (QoS) in Wi-Fi networks. It is a precursor to the upcoming IEEE 802.11e WLAN QoS standard, intended to improve timing critical applications such as audio, video and voice applications over WiFi. WMM adds prioritized capabilities to Wi-Fi networks and optimizes their performance when multiple concurrent applications, each with different latency and throughput requirements, compete for network resources.
WPS - WiFi Protected Setup
Wireless Security (encryption) is important to protect your data (privacy) but also to prevent unauthorised people from accessing your network or your Internet connection. The WPS system means that instead of having to create and enter long encryption keys, you can activate WPS registration. To activate, you press and hold the WPS button, then activate the WPS function on your PC; the two devices then automatically exchange encryption keys. For security, WPS an be disabled if the AP-810 is physically accessible.
The same button on the AP-810 also serves as a physical on/off switch for the Wireless LAN if you wish to quickly disable it at any time, whilst still leaving your wired ports active.
Vigor AP-810 Specification
Frequency Band 2.4 GHz
Wireless Encryption : WPA2 (802.11i) Encryption (WPA/WEP also supported but not recommended)
LAN Interfaces : 4 x 10/100BaseT Ethernet (LAN A), 1 x 10/100BaseT Ethernet (LAN B)
USB 2.0 Interface - for printer server
PoE (Power Over Ethernet - Standard 48v IEEE 802.3af) or mains powered (PSU included)
User Authentication : 802.1x (Requires Radius Server) (MD5/PEAP Modes)
Repeater/Bridge/Access Point/Station Modes
Wireless Client Status List in WUI
Wireless Client Isolation
Up to four distinct SSIDs (for VLANs)
MAC Address Filtering (ACL)
WDS (Wireless Distribution System)
WMM (Wireless MultiMedia)
WPS - WiFi Protected Setup
Built-in DHCP server
802.1q VLAN (two VLANs/Subnets)
Wireless Transmit Power : Max 18 ± 1dBm
Temperature Operation : 0° C to 40° C
Humidity: 10% to 90 % (Non-condensing)
Physical Dimensions: mm
Weight : 0.255kg (main unit, including Aerials)
Pack Contents : AP810 main unit, two aerials, PSU (220-240VAC), quick start guide, manual on CD-Rom
Power : 12VDC via AC/DC PSU (supplied) or 802.3af PoE (PoE switch or injector required)