Huawei AP4050DN. Maximum data transfer rate: 1267 Mbit/s, Maximum data transfer rate (2.4 GHz): 400 Mbit/s, Maximum data transfer rate (5 GHz): 867 Mbit/s. Security algorithms: AES,EAP,EAP-FAST,EAP-PEAP,EAP-TLS,EAP-TTLS,MSCHAPv2,SSH-2,TKIP,WAPI,WEP,WPA,WPA2,WPA2-PSK, Service Set Identifier (SSID) features: Hidden SSID, Device type identification: DHCP options,Organizationally Unique Identifier (OUI),User Agent (UA). IPv4 & IPv6 features: IPv4/IPv6 access-control list (ACL),IPv6 portal,IPv6 source address validation improvement (SAVI). Local AP management: Serial port,Telnet. Input voltage: 12 V, Power consumption (max): 12.1 W
Huawei AP4050DN is new generation access point that supports 802.11ac Wave 2, 2 x 2 MIMO, and two spatial streams. It provides comprehensive service support capabilities and features high reliability, high security, simple network deployment, automatic AC discovery and configuration, and real-time management and maintenance, which meets network deployment requirements. The AP complies with 802.11n and 802.11ac protocols and can provide gigabit access for wireless users. , The AP4050DN is applicable to commercial chains, medical, warehousing, manufacturing, and logistics environments.
- 802.11ac Wave 2 standards compliance, MU-MIMO (2SU-2MU), delivering services simultaneously on 2.4G and 5G radios; 400 Mbit/s at 2.4 GHz; 867 Mbit/s at 5 GHz; and 1.267 Gbit/s for the device.
The AP supports MU-MIMO and two spatial streams. The MU-MIMO technology allows an AP to send data to two STAs at the same time (currently, most 802.11n/11ac Wave 1 APs can only send data to one STA simultaneously). The technology marks the start of the 802.11ac Wave 2 era.
Huawei AP supports the 80-MHz bandwidth mode. Frequency bandwidth increase brings extended channels and more sub-carriers for data transmission, and a 2.16 times higher rate. Support for High Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (HQAM) at 256-QAM and 2 x 2 MIMO increases the 5 GHz radio rate to 867 Mbit/s. The throughput of the AP is three times that of traditional 802.11n APs under the same conditions.
High Density Boost technology
Huawei uses the following technologies to address challenges in high-density scenarios, including access problems, data congestion, and poor roaming experience:
- In high-density scenarios, APs are deployed densely. Huawei's Clear Channel Assessment (CCA) optimization technology reduces the possibility of air port resources shared by multiple devices, allows higher user access, and improves the throughput.
Air port efficiency
- In high-density scenarios where many users access the network, the increased number of low-rate STAs consumes more resources on the air port, reduces the AP capacity, and lowers user experience. Therefore, Huawei APs will check the signal strength of STAs during access and reject access from weak-signal STAs. At the same time, the APs monitor the rate of online STAs in real time and forcibly disconnect low-rate STAs so that the STAs can reassociate with APs that have stronger signals. Terminal access control technology can increase air port use efficiency and allow access from more users.
- The APs support both 2.4G and 5G frequency bands. The 5G-prior access function enables an AP to steer STAs to the 5 GHz frequency band first, which reduces load and interference on the 2.4 GHz frequency band, improving user experience.
Load balancing between APs
After the load balancing function is enabled, the AC distributes users evenly to APs based on user quantity and traffic volume. Traffic load is therefore balanced among APs to ensure stable AP performance.
- Smart roaming technology is based on the 802.11k , 802.11v and 802.11r technologies and allows STAs to connect to APs with stronger signals, improving user experience and the overall performance of the wireless network.
Wired and wireless dual security guarantee
To ensure data security, Huawei APs integrate wired and wireless security measures and provide comprehe
Huawei AP4050DN Access Point
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