The TP Link EAP110 wireless access point provides a flexible, easy-to-install, manageable and secure business-class wireless network solution. It can be easily mounted to a wall or ceiling. WLAN configuration and management are simplified through centralized management software. TP Link EAP devices also provide captive portal and automatic RF management, making them ideal for high-density, demanding business environments, such as campuses, hotels, shopping malls, offices.
- Software for central management of wireless network
- Passive PoE up to 100 m (from the included PSU with 24 VDC output)
- Easy to mount on a wall or ceiling
- Authentication with captive portal
- Multi-SSID to separate wireless clients
- Enterprise-class Wi-Fi security measures
Modern design and ease of installation make the EAP110 the perfect choice for any room or interior space. The use of passive PoE allows for quick and easy installation of the device without additional cables.
EAP Controller Software enables centralized configuration and management of the wireless network composed of multiple EAP devices. The functions include real-time monitoring, graphical analysis of network traffic and batch firmware updates.
Some of the features of the EAP software:
- Central management of wireless network
- Capability to upload a floor plan for visualization of wireless network coverage
- Centralized firmware update
- Authentication with the captive portal
- Traffic tracking of individual access points
- Traffic statistics of individual users
- Visual analysis of the use of network resources and network traffic
Captive portal provides one convenient method of authentication for Wi-Fi guests. A captive portal requires users to perform certain actions (such as viewing and agreeing to an acceptable use policy or entering a password) before network access is allowed. The required action must be verified by a server or customized database prepared by the administrator.
Enterprise-class Wi-Fi security measures help to decrease network security threats. They include 802.1X standard for port-based Network Access Control with RADIUS secure authentication and rogue access point detection, WPA/WPA2-Enterprise encryption, and Multi-SSID mode to separate the wireless clients.