Cambium cnPilot™ R200 US, 802.11n single band 300Mbps WLAN Router with ATA
|Telephone Interfaces||2 x FXS ports, RJ11|
|WAN||1 x 10/100BaseT, RJ45|
|LAN||4 x 10/100BaseT, RJ45|
|USB||1 USB 2.0 Host Port for shared printer or storage|
|Wi-Fi||2x2 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n (300Mbps)|
|Route Mode||Route/Bridge, customer configurable|
|Quality of Service||Support IEEE 802.1Q VLAN/802.1p, Layer 3 (DSCP) settings for SIP, RTP and Data|
|Security||WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA-PSK (AES), WPA2-PSK (TKIP), WPA2-PSK (AES), Mixed mode|
|SSID||4 per radio|
|IP Signaling||SIP V2 (RFC3261/3262/3263/3264)|
|AC/DC Adapter||AC Input: 100 ~240V, 50-60Hz, DC Output: 12V, 2A|
|Temperature||41deg to 113deg F (5deg to 45deg C)|
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cnPilot™ R200 US , 802.11n single band 300Mbps WLAN Router with ATA
SIMPLYFING THE NETWORK.
Extending the service provider’s indoor reach and streamlining components for a simplified indoor network. Versatile multi-function WLAN access points, offering remote visibility and end-to-end troubleshooting, extend the service provider’s indoor reach.
Cloud Management: backed by Cambium’s cnMaestro™ cloud manager offering end-to-end visibility of the network and customer devices.
- Out-of-the box zero touch onboarding
- Stateful alarms and dashboard views
- Multiple management options available including cloud-based, TR-069, SNMP and an enriched set of RESTful interfaces
Highly Integrated: the WLAN routers simplify the indoor home network-combing in one box commonly needed functions often put together from different manufacturers.
End-to-End Troubleshooting: Single dashboard view and rich statistics ensure rapid root cause detection and issue resolution
- One-click functionality reveals the health of all network nodes related to the problem area
- Troubleshoot end user client connectivity on any WLAN from a single console
- No truck roll required to debug wired or wireless connectivity configurations
Multiple SSIDs and Service Provider (community) SSID’s: Enables service providers to offer SSIDs across their network as users travel from home, to outdoor public hotspot and to local business / small enterprise or campus. This allows network operators to promote their brand throughout their customers’ daily journeys.