Yes a If an excessive number of PDUs are unacknowledged. An easy way to visualize the transport layer is to compare it with a post office, which deals with the dispatch and classification of mail and parcels sent. A post office inspects only the outer envelope of mail to determine its delivery.
Now, you could go for an inexpensive outdoor access point that will undoubtedly do its job on a smaller area, but which is specifically designed for the consumer market therefore, some corners were cut to keep the price low or, you could go for an enterprise-type device which comes with lots of advanced features, a better wireless performance and a lot more stability.
Similarly to the other APs in this list, it will withstand light rain conditions, but if you live in an area with heavy storms, it may be wise to not mount the device completely in the open.
Be aware that the access point may be damaged by a lightning strike, so make sure that earth grounding is available and it is ideal to also install some lightning arrestors and lightning rods there is a 12mm stainless steel M6x1 earth ground screw with split lock and flat washers included in the package.
Furthermore, the access point has integrated dual-band internal omnidirectional antennas, but you can also install two external 5GHz antennas to the N-type female connectors found on one side of the device you need to unscrew the two metal caps. These are the steps that you need to follow in order to properly install the device: Next, if you want to mount the device to a pole, you need to de-attach the mounting brackets from the XO-1 using the captive screw, insert the open end of the steel clamp into the slots from the bracket and, using the clamps, attach the mounting bracket to the pole.
Afterwards, simply reconnect the access point to the bracket tighten back the captive screw and you can now earth ground the device a necessary step to ensure that the AP will survive lightning strikes. The Ethernet cable can be connected to a PoE I found the CloudManager easier to use, so, you first need to set up an account to do so, go to http: The main interface has an upper menu which points to the main sections: The Settings section allows you to edit the Profile settings and Change the Password.
As expected, your other access points will use the same SSID name and passkey.
Next, you need to set a password for the mesh backhaul link and click save. So, I tested how does the access point behave by connecting a simple client with a 5GHz Afterwards, I went further away from the access point at around feet, in the open and, this time, I measured an average of 43 Mbps download speed and around 15 Mbps of upload speed using the 5GHz radio and of course, the Engenius ENHEXT Outdoor Access Point Engenius is one of the two brand names used by Senao Networks a Taiwanese manufacturer which is known for its enterprise-class and SOHO equipment around the worldhaving its main focus towards creating long-range wireless communication network devices suitable for both indoors and outdoors deployments.
Not long ago, I had a look at EnGenius Long Range ENSEXT outdoors access point which turned out to be an excellent device, delivering a solid wireless performance and being able to withstand a harsher environment, but, as newer technologies get developed at a fast rate, the manufacturers of networking equipment have to keep up, so Engenius went a few steps further from the older With the emergence of the dual-band access point series, Engenius has changed the design formula quite a bit, going from the long and narrow form-factor ENSEXT to a wider and more robust exterior ENS Out of the six antennas, three 5dbi omni-directional antennas are dedicated for the 2.
The rear side of the access point has a heavy rugged look, being covered by some sort of a tread pattern and it has five holes, from which four are used for mounting the device and one for grounding it.
On the right side, there is a small recessed area with the EnGenius logo and five labelled LED lights which show the status of the 5. On the bottom of the device, in between the three antennas, rest two protruded cable gland housings, each with a compression nut similarly to the Ubiquiti Bullet M2-Tiwhich ensures a proper protection for the Ethernet cables it has one Furthermore, the ENHEXT has ESD protection 8KVbut, you may need to purchase a separate surge suppressors and lightning arrestor for increased protection lightning is one of the biggest enemies of any access point.
This ensures a maximum theoretical data transfer rate of Mbps on the 2. To perform a proper hardware installation of the ENHEXT, on the first step, you need to remove the cable gland, unscrew the compression nut and insert one end of an Ethernet cable to connect it to the PoE LAN port and, afterwards, you have to seal the cable and screw all the parts together; on the next step, insert the other end of the Ethernet cable into the AP Ethernet port on the PoE injector and connect the power adapter to the DC-In port on the injector the other end of power adapter needs to be plugged into an electrical outlet ; afterwards, take the second Ethernet cable and insert one end into the LAN port of the PoE injector and the other end into a computer to be able to access the user interface.
The ENHEXT can be mounted on the wall or on a pole and to do so, you need to first use four screws to attach the wall mount bracket to the back of the device and then drill four holes on the wall to attach the whole access point to the wall; the pole-mounting requires you to add the pole mount bracket on the back of the already attached wall-mounting plate using four screws and then use the provided pipe to attach the whole device to the pole.
After the hardware installation is finished and you have connected the access point to a computer, you need to open a web browser, type http: Overview Device Status and Connections displays a list of all the clients associated with either the 2.
The maximum distance I was able to get an Internet connection was at about feet away from the access point where I as able to open and play a Youtube videowhile at a close range, I measured around Mbps using the 2.
That being said, the new ePMP hardware has been very favourably received by the public and one of the most popular device from this line is the Cambium ePMP 5GHz Smart Outdoor Access Point which, besides being a reliable rugged outdoor-suitable device, it prides itself with a significant amount of enterprise-type features, from which two attract the most attention: Cambium offers lots of free courses, as well as Certification Training.
The ePMP access point has undergone some serious design changes from the last generation the ePMPthe case now being rectangular and with very soft rounded corners while the ePMP AP had a significant curve towards the bottom and, while it kept the same carved logo, the indicators are now gone from the front of the device the ePMP AP is covered entirely by a white matte finish and it does not retain any fingerprints.
There are also some changes in size, although nothing significant, as the ePMP access point measures 8. If it is unused, you can cover the top side of the device with an environmental plastic cover included in the package. After removing the bottom section, you gain access to a Smart Antenna V port, a GPS Antenna connector SMA, femalea Reset button useful for either resetting the device or for returning the access point to factory default settingsa Gigabit Ethernet port can be used for establishing a connection to a computer for management, as well as for PoE power input — the device is WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocol.
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