Access Points or Wireless Access Points play a very important role in networking. They are used to create a Wireless Local Area Network or WLAN. Access Points are connected to a wired router, switch, or hub via an Ethernet cable. They project WiFi signals to the designated area. APs are capable of supporting more than 60 devices simultaneously. They are finding ever-expanding applications in businesses because firms enjoy some distinct advantages by dint of some cutting-edge features. For example, the Captive Portal and Access Control List support help IT administrators limit the guest access and number of users without compromising the security of the network. Clustering features allow network administrators to view, deploy, configure, and secure networks as a single entity. These and other advantages have made APs a popular choice for establishing a WiFi network within an office or building.
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- Why Should You Buy Ubiquiti Access Points?
- Robust Central Administration:
- Ease of Deployment and Use:
- Ergonomics and Aesthetics:
- Which Ubiquiti WiFi Device is Most Suitable for You?