Motorola AP5131 -This unit has been discontinued, please call TPI 888-488-4244 for direct replacement info.
Enterprise-class 802.11a/b/g Access Point: Combination Wired/Wireless Networking for Branch Offices and Small Businesses
Designed for small offices and retail locations, the Motorola AP-5131 delivers wired and wireless networking with enterprise class performance and security in a single device. This easy-to-deploy solution offers the flexibility to connect securely to remote corporate private networks, the Internet and local network resources with the speed and reliability to support the most demanding applications, including real-time video and voice. The all-in-one Motorola AP-5131 delivers a new level of cost-efficiency and networking simplicity for employees in branch offices or telecommuters working at home. The Motorola AP-5131 boasts an integrated router, firewall, VPN, DHCP, AAA, hotspot gateway, and other services in one remotely manageable device, simplifying network set-up and management.
Enterprise-class security and manageability.
Support for today’s standards-based security protocols ensures enterprise-level protection for users on wireless laptops and other mobile devices, as well as wired computers. A wide variety of administration features provide powerful and secure control by either local, non-technical staff or remote IT professionals in the Network Operations Center.
Dual-radio 802.11a/b/g Architecture
The dual-radio architecture offers the flexibility to best meet wireless LAN networking and security needs through either dual-band data services, or single-band data services and full-band rogue AP detection, which identifies and reports unauthorized entities on the network. A complete suite of dual and single-band antennas provides the versatility to customize radio coverage for even the most challenging environments, with a minimal number of access points.
To enable the extension of wireless network coverage to areas where ethernet or fiber cabling is cost-prohibitive or otherwise impractical, the Motorola AP-5131 can operate wirelessly, connecting to other access points for data backhaul, in a mesh topology. Enabling an array of applications, from simple point-to-point bridges connecting two wired networks, to complex multi-node, multi-link networks, this features offers a cost-effective way to extend the network outdoors or in remote areas, relying on a highly resilient, self-configuring system. Taking advantage of the dual-radio architecture and the easy-to-use configuration interface, it becomes a simple task to deploy a wireless network of access points connected securely via 802.11a, providing enterprise-class 802.11b/g service. www.tpi1.com