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Cisco Wireless-N Access Point with Power Over Ethernet

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  • WAP4410N-G5
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Technical Details
BrandCisco
Item Weight390 g
Product Dimensions4.1 x 17 x 17 cm
Item model numberWAP4410N-G5
  
Additional Information
ASINB001PLCMB8
Best Sellers Rank 45,442 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan. 2009
  
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PoE Access Point
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter Talbot on 12 Jun. 2012
Your correspondent must have been dealing with a different company to the Cisco with whom I corresponded. I installed a couple of these WAP4410N-GS devices in February 2012 and had some issues (which turned out to be my misinterpreting the documentation). I found the Cisco small business support service to be excellent. Customers have to register through their web site and raise the support case according to their procedures, but this is straightforward and, once I was in the system I found the staff were very knowledgeable and helpful.

The WAP4410N has some nice features: the antennas give good signal coverage, and it supports up to 4 VLANs, with the possibility of wireless segregation. This means you can easily create a guest network for vistors to securely obtain internet access without danger to your own LAN or to each other.

Note that I purchased from a different distributor to the one advertised here, so my comments concern only the product and the manufacturer.

Peter Talbot, Pearbright, <...>
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By Andy Jones on 25 Jan. 2013
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I had hoped that being manufactured by Cisco this access point would at least meet the standards of my now defunct Belkin pre-N access point, regrettably it didn't. The range was disappointing, connectivity at the outer limits of its range was very poor with the signal dropping out frequently. I was unable to access the IP address of the access point to change settings, the instruction manual was limited and on-line resources were very poor. I am sure this is a well made piece of hardware and in many locations this is more than adequate.
I have returned the unit and paid Amazon an addition £50 and purchased a Netgear pro access point which was easy to install and customise, appears to have a much better range and seems to be in different class altogether.
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A great piece of hardware when it works.
It doesn't work very often. I've had to reset it more times than I care to count, and living in a concrete and steel house, when it goes down, I lose all usable wifi upstairs until I reset it.
Extremely annoying piece of kit, and the reason I paid so much was because I thought a Cisco box would not be susceptible to such problems. Little did I know, it seems it's a rebranded Linksys unit, with all its flaws.
Massively disappointed in Cisco, and I've never owned a networking box of any kind that I've hated as much as this one.
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Admittedly, the WiFi Point was disappointing with original firmware versions up to and until 2.0.5.3. Since January 2013 the newest version has seemed to have ironed out few more problems and now I have to say that WiFi Point is stable and a lot more reliable than with the firmware prior to 2.0.5.3
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We now got 16 of these and they work perfect, easy to setup however when you got as many as we do I would have liked a way to manage them all from a single point. But for the budget we got I am happy with the result.
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took a bit of work but now its fine, so much better than extenders, just make sure your router is set as a bridge
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