Industrial AP/VPN/router with 3.5G cellular support
Aaxeon Technologies' Industrial AP/VPN/Router with 3.5G Cellular support has two 10/100TX ports and can operate in three routing modes, including modem dial-up.
Aaxeon Technologies AP/VPN/Router with 3.5G Cellular support is said to be a reliable 802.11b/g WLAN Access Point/Router with two 10/100TX ports. It can be configured to operate in three modes of routing functions: Dynamic/Static IP route, PPPoE authentication, and Modem (56K/GPRS/3G/3.5G Modem) dial-up. In Modem dial-up mode, it supports traditional 56K modem and GPRS/3G/3.5G Modem via USB interface. In addition, the APR-2000 also provides a PD feature on ETH2 to comply with IEEE802.3af P.O.E PD specifications. It also features dual redundant Ethernet ports (recovery time & 10ms), various encryption protection (WEP/WPA/WPA-PSK/WPA2/WPA2-PSK/Radius), VPN setting support, NAT setting support, and much more. The APR-2000 is one of the best solutions for wireless communication applications.
High speed air connectivity: WLAN interface supports up to 54 Mbps link speed;
High security capability;
WEP / WPA / WPA-PSK (TKIP, AES) / WPA2 / WPA2-PSK (TKIP, AES) / 802.1x / RADIUS supported;
Various kinds of WAN Connection types supported: Dynamic/Static IP, PPPoE, Modem/3G;
Dual redundant Ethernet port (Recovery time & 10ms);
Switch mode support: Daisy chain support to reduce usage of switch ports;
Wireless connection status monitoring;
Event warning by syslog, email, SNMP trap, relay, and beeper;
IP table to prevent access from unauthorized IP address;
Supports VPN Setting (Open VPN , PPTP VPN);
Supports NAT Setting (Virtual Server, Port Trigger, DMZ, UPnP);
Dual redundant DC power inputs of terminal block;
Rigid IP-30 housing design;
DIN-Rail and panel mountable; and
Wide operating temperature: -35° C to 75° C (-31° F to 167° F).
- Edited by Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief
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