SF WiFi can perform a detailed wireless site survey and diagnose issues at your site. Weather this is pre-deployment or post-deployment SF WiFi can troubleshoot the cause of performance and security problems such as:
•RF spectrum analysis
•Channel and device overload
•Wireless network design
•Rouge access point detection
•Optimize your existing network
•Cisco spectrum expert
•GPS Site Surveys
•4.9 Ghz site survey
•Site Survey public safety network
Contact SF WiFi for more information about wireless site surveys
EAP700 Wall Jack Access Point – online order includes FREE PoE Injector
The 4ipnet EAP700 Wall Jack Access Point is an in-the-wall Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g AP, designed to blend with any office or home interior architecture or furnishings effortlessly.
The compact EAP700 in a small form factor lays snug in a standard wall outlet box, and hides the wall cutout with its faceplate. Its front panel features LED status indicators and a RJ45 wall jack. EAP700 has the interfaces to serve both wireless and wired LAN access.
By utilizing PoE, EAP700 comes with an advantage of running fewer cables in the duct. The Power over Ethernet (PoE) LAN port on the EAP700 serves as the power feed as well as the wired network feed. Optionally, it can also be powered via an AC adapter when PoE switch is not available.
Standalone, EAP700 is an easy-to-install and cost-effective solution for most of indoor wireless deployments, including hotel rooms, apartments, offices, classrooms, libraries, private homes, public kiosks, etc. When working under one of 4ipnet Controllers, the combined network turns into an intelligent building solution, a managed internet service, or a Wi-Fi hotspot network of various scales.
Discounts available for larger orders
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Review Date: 6 Dec 2010
4ipnet delivers a complete wireless-N hotspot kit that’s easily managed,
offers tough security and is very good value
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FCC Postpones Net Neutrality Vote
After more than five years of hemming and hawing, the FCC appears close to voting on net neutrality, the hotly contested means of overseeing Internet access. The FCC has postponed its Dec. 2 meeting to Dec. 21, prompting speculation the agency is getting its ducks in a row for a vote on the politically polarized issue.