What Is An Access Point?

An access point creates a wireless local area network (WLAN) in your office. The access point connects to a wired router and beams of Wi-Fi signal to where you need it. Access points are great for extending Wi-Fi signals to areas your router can’t reach.

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  • WatchGuard AP322

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    The AP322's rugged, IP67-rated enclosure protects the wireless access point from the wind, rain, and cold weather, while delivering broad, fast, and reliable Wi-Fi coverage. The AP322 is ideal for stadiums and sports fields, schools/universities parks, hotel pool areas and cafes, shipping docks, warehouses, and other harsh environments or outdoor...
  • WatchGuard AP325

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    The AP325 from WatchGuard is designed for those cost-conscious organisations looking for a modern, 802.11ac Wave 2 access point. Best for medium-density environments such as K-12 schools, small and midsize businesses, distributed office spaces, small footprint retail, small meeting rooms, restaurants, and healthcare offices. When managed with the Wi-Fi Cloud,...
  • WatchGuard AP420

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    AP420 Indoor Access Point AP420, a new 802.11ac Wave 2 AP which provides lightning-fast speeds capable of supporting throughput-intensive and latency-sensitive applications like VoIP, video, music, and large data file transfers over Wi-Fi. It also includes a 4x4 Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO) dual radio that offers high client-density support to help...