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4ipnet's OWL610/L620 Long Range Access Point
OWL620 Outdoor AP
OWL620 Back View
4ipnet, the leading provider of networking
total solutions for wireless and wired Connectivity, Management, Security,
Mobility and Services, has newly launched OWL610 and OWL 620, Wi-Fi
802.11a/b/g/n devices for long range transmission.
Both OWL610 and OWL620 support AP
and bridge mode, as well as a last mile solution for wireless connectivity
(WISP). Tunnel-based AP management features 4ipnet Secure WLAN Controllers to
secure AP management. Rugged in IP68 metal casing, both devices are
weatherproof, watertight, and rust- resistant, making it the perfect choice for
OWL610 and OWL620 are great of
recreation resorts, hotels, hospitals, campuses, and more. Both device can be
managed by 4ipnet controller (WHG Series) under AP mode or perform as a Wi-Fi
base station in either a public or private wireless access deployment. Gigabit
Ethernet port with IEEE 802.3 af PoE, eliminates the need of additional power
cable. In addition, the device Power Supply Equipment (PSE) is bundled in the
OWL620 is a concurrent dual-band long range outdoor AP/ bridge that serves both
2.4 and 5.0 Ghz at the same time, provide best Wi-Fi connectivity in indoor
high density areas (both 5 Ghz, both 2.4Ghz, or one 5Ghz one 2.4Ghz). Concurrent
dual-band is a cost-effective Wi-Fi solution. One device is able to serve twice
the amount of concurrent clients, effectively increase connectivity without additional
devices, and greatly reduces downtime loss. Dual channel selection reduces
possible RF interference from other access points or wireless devices, guarantees
Wi-Fi stability and reliability. With growing number of smart devices utilizing
5Ghz capability, OWL620 would best meet the rising demand.
4ipnet’s built-in guest Wi-Fi feature supports flexible usage options and self-registered account creation, which securely isolates guests from the internal network. Account self-registration can be done by Email, SMS, QR code, or on any web browser when integrated with Social Media Networks such as Facebook and Twitter. Check out this video to find out how 4ipnet delivers a hassle-free solution!
Managing SDS200W on the Web Management Interface SDS200W is designed specifically to operate in conjunction with all 4ipnet Gateways/Controllers, including both HSG and WHG series. If you are not using default settings, before connecting SDS200W to your 4ipnet Gateway/Controller, some configurations steps are required.
Go to the Web Management Interface (WMI) for SDS200W’s relevant configurations. The default values are:
IP address: 192.168.1.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.254
Remember to set the TCP/IP settings of the computer you use with a static IP address that is under the same subnet
as SDS200W. For example: 192.168.1.20.
The settings of SDS200W are separated into seven categories, which are
1. System – to setup the system name and device control.
2. Uplink – to determine wired / wireless relevant parameters. Any change on this page will take
effect after rebooting the system.
3. Console – to change console related settings for POS printers.
4. Utility …
enterprises prefer to tunnel all the wireless traffic from branch offices back
to the central controller at the headquarters, in order to maintain unified
security and access policies. However, this also increases bandwidth
consumption and latency, decreasing overall network performance. With
4ipnet’s solution, you now have a compromise. Different tunnel types can be
configured independently for each SSID, providing maximum deployment flexibility.
For instance, the employee SSID can continue to tunnel all the traffic back to
the controller, while the guest SSID can be configured with split tunnel –
tunneling only authentication, management, and accounting traffic back to the
controller, and allowing user data traffic to exit locally to the Internet. With
split tunnel, users get the best network experience, while the company can also
reduce unnecessary bandwidth consumption from users that do not need such tight