Managed infrastructure: Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)
Simply Bits’ WLAN solution is a comprehensive wireless technology capable of handling the increasing demands of the user, with high scalability for future expansion. Centrally managed, SBES Wireless LAN provides network control, scalability, security and reliability for organizations of any size. Our smart access points offer high performance adaptive technology, and difficult to serve areas are no longer a problem with weatherproof and meshed APs.
Movement of clients associated with access points can have dramatic negative consequences, often reducing or downgrading RF connections to unusable levels. With multiple redundant connections to other access points, mesh technology enables the automatic self-healing of RF links, reducing RF dead spots and providing users with a much better wireless experience.
Due to the high demands and dense user concentration in the commercial market, it is important to use 802.11n wherever possible. “N” technology delivers a significant improvement in reliability, speed and range in 802.11 networks, and soon the 802.11n network will replace Ethernet as the primary LAN technology. The SBES WLAN addresses this concern with multi-radio access points which support 802.11a/b/g/n. The multi-radio design allows simultaneous support for high-speed wireless data, voice and video services, self-healing mesh networking and wireless intrusion prevention. 50+ clients can receive seamless service from a single access point.
- Authentication: ACLS, PSK, 802.1x
- Encryption: WEP 40M28 (RC4), KeyGuard, WPA-TKIP, WPA2-CCMP (AES), 802.11i WPA2
- Guest Access: Guests log into a network separate from internal resources
- QoS: Voice prioritization, wireless bandwidth management and user bandwidth contracts, WMM AC, SpectraLink Voice Prioritization, SIP CAC
- High Availability Network: Supports Active-Active and Active-Standby configurations. Ensures high-availability networks with single-console management that provides multiple levels of redundancy, increased scalability and failover capabilities.
- Intelligent AP Management: Next generation self-healing enables the WLAN to automatically and intelligently adapt to changes in the RF environment to eliminate unforeseen gaps in coverage
- WAN Backhaul: 3G/4G cellular backhaul extensibility options