OmniAccess Wireless LAN Access Points
OmniAccess Access Points (APs) are small, lightweight, and can be securely deployed in a variety of locations such as on walls, cubicles, desktops, and in the ceiling. The AP antenna diversity allows for the best possible signal processing using dual, omni-directional antennas.
OmniAccess APs work with the OmniAccess WLAN Switches including the OmniAccess 6000 and OmniAccess 4304. These WLAN switches provide a high performance, centrally managed, wireless mobility solution for the U.S. Federal Government. OmniAccess APs have an extended lifespan because they automatically configure themselves across any L2/L3 network using discovery, allowing easy upgrades when new features, capabilities, or standards emerge.
Benefits include the following:
Support of voice over converged, handheld wireless devices
- Supports voice protocols and prioritization based on the device as well as traffic flows
- Supports converged devices on wireless connections
- Delivers traffic through an integrated firewall
- Load-balancing between nearby APs based on thresholds
- Unique connection and call admission control, with the ability to control the number of phones that associate with an AP
- Thresholds can be configured on an AP
- By differentiating between those on-hook and those transmitting voice, better control and allocation of access to APs can be set
- Ability to firewall an IP communication
- Instead of blocking static port, OmniAccess APs block a dynamic port, with the ability to block SIP signaling
- Security of voice
- Provide complete, multi-layered security, scalable, centralized wireless LAN switching, advanced RF management, QoS for latency sensitive applications, and standards-based enterprise mobility
Ability to extend WiFi beyond agency environment
- Outdoor APs that adjust to fluctuating weather
- As many government facilities, especially military bases, are comprised of multiple buildings with common areas adjacent to or between buildings, services can extend outdoors to areas in the immediate vicinity of the office, allowing outdoor classrooms, cafes, warehouse support, or trains in tunnels.
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