Dual band Access Points are becoming more popular and I think the question now becomes: “What dual band AP should I use for outdoor applications”?

Allow me to introduce or rather remind you of the Engenius ENH700EXT


The ENH700EXT is a high-powered, long-range Dual Band Wireless N600 Outdoor Access Point with speeds up to 300Mbps on both its high-powered 2.4GHz and 5GHz radios. Encased in a rugged IP68-rated waterproof enclosure this versatile Outdoor Access Point can be configured in a number of modes and its dual band architecture enables network administrators to even select different operating modes per frequency band. For example, when several ENH700EXTs are deployed in a campus setting the 5 GHz band can be configured as a backhaul connecting several ENH700EXT units back to a central ENH700EXT. Thus, while several 2.4 GHz wireless cells are created to provide coverage for laptop computers or mobile devices like tablets and smartphones in common outdoor areas, they all link back to the main network via 5 GHz. So, whether your business needs just one ENH700EXT or a dozen to expand your network for your campus and offer connectivity to your Internet connection and other networked resources, the ENH700EXT is a great place to start.

Highlited Spesifications

  • 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • 300Mb/s +300Mb/s
  • GIGABIT Ethernet interface
  • WPA2/WPA/WEP Security
  • 27dBm Radios on both 2.4 and 5.8Ghz
  • 5dBi External antennas N-type
  • EZ Controller
  • AP / Client Bridge / WDS AP and Station / WDS Bridge / transparent Bridging
  • Built in surge arrester
  • 48V POE

Please visit http://www.engeniustech.com/business-networking/outdoor-access-points-client-bridges/16454-enh700ext for full specifications.

What makes the ENH700EXT a great product??!!

  • 16 SSID’s on one AP
  • 128 concurrent clients can connect to this AP
  • Strong Ruggedised Reliability
  • EZ Controller NMS
  • Veriaty of connection and setup modes
  • flexibility and scalability
  • 100’s of applications!!!


Please drop me a mail if you need more information.



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