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    EAP110 - 300 mbps - how?

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    Please clear this for me, maybe I don't get something right. I have EAP-110 connected to gigabit LAN, but connection with EAP is max 72 mbits per second. Of course I have set 'n only', 20-40 MHz frequency range of wifi channel, but still, works as described. I didn't notice before I bought this, but specs says that this device has only 100 mbit/s fast ethernet on POE injector. So, my question is how do I obtain faster connection with my IPS (fiberoptics 250 mbit/s + giga lan) if EAP-110 limits this to 100 mbit/s ?
    Where is the advertised max. 300 mbit/s wifi-n standard?

    Anyone? Anything?

  2. #2
    Return it and buy a gigabit EAP such as TP-Link EAP225. EAP245. EAP320. EAP330

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    Quote Originally Posted by eduardo2010 View Post
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    Where is the advertised max. 300 mbit/s wifi-n standard?
    The WiFi standard is there, but this particular model has a 100 Mbit/s Ethernet interface only. To get 100 Mbit/s full duplex (which actually is 2x 100 Mbit/s for sending/receiving) over the air you will need 300 Mbit/s half duplex WiFi speed.

    As Carat1 wrote, buy a device with an appropriate Ethernet interface if you require faster data speed.

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    Thanks for explanation, but once choosing I started and finished with outdoor unit - the ones Carat1 suggests are roof mounted (indoor). No problem anyway since EAP110 works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eduardo2010 View Post
    Thanks for explanation, but once choosing I started and finished with outdoor unit - the ones Carat1 suggests are roof mounted (indoor). No problem anyway since EAP110 works fine.
    So you meant EAP110-Outdoor? The EAP110 (without "-Outdoor") is an indoor AP.

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    Hi, yes, I meant EAP-110 outdoor, sorry for confusion.


 

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