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Product Information for SonicWALL 01-SSC-9293 IEEE 802.11n (draft) 300 Mbps Wireless Access Point - Power Over Ethernet - Wall Mountable
Highlights for SonicWALL 01-SSC-9293 IEEE 802.11n (draft) 300 Mbps Wireless Access Point - Power Over Ethernet - Wall Mountable
- Wireless Transmission Speed:300 Mbps
- Form Factor:Wall-mountable
The demands on organizations' wireless networks-such as increased connection counts, bandwidth consumption, need for seamless roaming and extended perimeters-are all taxing on performance, and complicate the management of existing 802.11 wireless network infrastructures. The challenge facing many businesses is how to preserve compatibility with legacy 802.11 technologies, while enhancing and optimizing their wireless networks through centralized management and control across all nodes of the WLAN, and at the same time, maintaining maximum security.
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Secure, simple and affordable wireless networking.SonicWall® SonicPoint-Ni Dual-Band, SonicPoint-Ne Dual-Band and SonicPoint-N Dual-Radio access point devices combine 802.11n and 802.11a/b/g wireless management with our award-winning line of firewall/network security appliances to extend comprehensive security flexibly across wireless networks. SonicWall lowers total cost of ownership (TCO) by enabling administrators to avoid implementing and separately managing an expensive wireless-specific solution that runs in parallel to their existing wired network.
SonicWall Clean Wireless™ features.A wide range of innovative features incorporated into SonicWall SonicPoint Series wireless access points provide seamless; secure wireless LAN (WLAN) connectivity as well as advanced performance and management.
Comprehensive wireless security.SonicPoint-N Series access points are capable of Wireless Intrusion Detection Services, wireless firewalling, secure Layer 3 wireless roaming, IEE 802.11d multi-country roaming, and integrated Wireless Guest Services (WGS) to enforce password access for customers and guests.
Exceptional wireless performance.Features include 40 MHz channels and packet aggregation to support data rates of up to 600 Mbps. Dual-Radio and Dual-Band supports operation on either 2.4 GHz or 5.0 GHz networks.
Centralized WLAN management.Central WLAN management can be administered using SonicWall TZ, Network Security Appliance (NSA) or E-Class NSA Series firewalls, and requires no pre-configuration of the SonicPoint devices.
Enhanced wireless reliability.Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) technology utilizes multiple antennas to enhance throughput and reliability. Dual radio functionality is also offered by SonicPoint-N Dual-Radio, where one channel can be dedicated to compliance testing and the other to user support.
Flexible deployment.Options include either wall or ceiling mounting and 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) for easy deployment where electrical outlets are not readily accessible. SonicPoint-N Dual-Radio and SonicPoint-Ne Dual-Band access points can also be powered directly through an AC adapter.
Discreet deployment.SonicPoint-N Dual-Radio, SonicPoint-Ni and SonicPoint-Ne Dual-Band have dimmable LEDs (excluding power) and plastic covers that can obscure both the logo and LEDs for environments that need discreet wireless coverage. SonicPoint-Ni models also feature internal antennas.
Virtual Access Point (VAP) Segmentation.Administrators can enable up to eight SSIDs for dedicated authentication and privacy settings, all sharing the same physical infrastructure, providing logical segmentation of both secure wireless network traffic and customer access.
1 VAP is supported when the SonicPoint-N Dual-Band is connected to an NSA 240 or higher.
Broad support for standards and protocols.By including 802.11a/b/g/n, WPA2, and WPA, businesses can continue utilizing older 802.11a/b/g devices while smoothing the transition to 802.11n capability.
Granular secular policy enforcement.IT administrators can implement firewall rules to all wireless traffic and control all wireless client communications to any host on the network—wired or wireless.
FairNet wireless bandwidth allocation.SonicPoints can be configured to guarantee a minimum amount of bandwidth to each wireless client in order to prevent disproportionate bandwidth consumption by a single user.
SonicWall Clean Wireless Networking SolutionThe demands on an organizations' wireless network, more connections, increased bandwidth consumption, seamless roaming, extended perimeters, tax the performance and complicate the management of existing 802.11 wireless networks. The challenge faced by many businesses is to preserve compatibility with legacy 802.11 technologies, while still seeking to optimize their wireless network through centralized management and control across all nodes of the WLAN, and do all this while maintaining security.View SonicWall Clean Wireless Networking Solution PDF | Download SonicWall Clean Wireless Networking Solution PDFPDF, 1,014K, 4 pages
Western DentalWestern Dental® Services, Inc. is one of California's oldest dental health maintenance organizations (DHMOs), with more than 4,000 employees. Western Dental secures its large distributed network of over 200 dental offices and clinics at 160 individual sites with SonicWall E-Class firewalls and SonicPoints at the corporate and DR sites. Using SonicWall GMS, Western Dental has simplified management of its remote sites and lowered operating costs.PDF, 68K, 2 pages
Connex Credit UnionConnex Credit Union replaced their Check Point infrastructure with an SRA 4200 for secure remote access. One of Connecticut's largest credit unions, Connex® Credit Union has 120 employees and serves more than 40,000 members at 7 branches throughout greater North Haven.PDF, 95K, 2 pages
BRAVO | BRIO Restaurant Group, Inc.Columbus, Ohio-based BRAVO | BRIO Restaurant Group, Inc. (BBRG) deployed a SonicWall® Clean Wireless™ solution for its 83 high-volume, full-service restaurants in 29 states, including the upscale, affordable BRAVO! Cucina Italiana and BRIO Tuscan Grille restaurants.PDF, 81K, 2 pages
Boys & Girls Clubs of San FranciscoFounded in 1891, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco® serves more than 1,200 youth (ages 6 to 18) per day, offering a safe place to learn and grow. It operates nine clubhouses in the city's toughest neighborhoods, as well as Camp Mendocino, a residential summer camp in Mendocino County. The organization has 120 employees and 275 computers; all supported by Neil Smith, Director of IT at the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco.PDF, 63K, 2 pages
Penn Yan Central School DistrictThe Penn Yan Central School District, located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, provides K-12 and adult education for over 2,000 students with a staff of over 500 teachers and administrators. The district's facilities include an elementary school, middle school, high school and administrative building. On average, from 300 to 500 individuals log in to the district's network at any given time. Recently, the district began a $30 million capital renovation project that included implementation of a wireless local area network (WLAN) at its campus-wide facility.PDF, 127K, 2 pages
Potomac Hospital Case StudyBased in Woodbridge, Virginia, Potomac Hospital (Potomac) is a 183-bed, not-for-profit community hospital with over 1,500 employees and 350 medical professionals. Potomac also has approximately 250 remote users located around the country, providing billing, coding, and various other activities, as well as third-party vendors, all of whom require secure access to Potomac network resources.PDF, 55K, 2 pages
10 Best Practices: Controlling Smartphone Access to Corporate NetworksIn regards to personal smartphone usage in corporate environments, the consumerization of IT has reached an irrevocable tipping point. While mandating and allocating corporate-issued devices will continue, end users will increasingly demand access to network resources from personal consumer smartphone devices. While riding this tide does offer potential business benefits, it comes with inherent risks. SonicWall solutions, including Next-Generation Firewall, Clean VPN, Clean Wireless, and Application Intelligence and Control, can help organizations easily implement best practices to secure smartphone use in corporate network environments.View 10 Best Practices: Controlling Smartphone Access to Corporate Networks PDF | Download 10 Best Practices: Controlling Smartphone Access to Corporate Networks PDFPDF, 150K, 8 pages
Secure Wireless Made Easy – Selecting A Next-Generation Solution for Pervasive WLAN ImplementationsThis white paper examines the characteristics of a next-generation solution that helps alleviate the prevailing issues and challenges associated with today's WLAN implementations. The emergence of products that conform to related criteria holds the key to enabling enterprises to utilize WLANs more widely and to having them more fully realize the important benefits that wireless technology has to offer.View Secure Wireless Made Easy – Selecting A Next-Generation Solution for Pervasive WLAN Implementations PDF | Download Secure Wireless Made Easy – Selecting A Next-Generation Solution for Pervasive WLAN Implementations PDFPDF, 186K, 7 pages
Clean Wireless - Adding Security, Performance, Manageability and Value to Wireless DeploymentsWireless LANs (WLANs) offer the flexibility to work from more locations, boosting productivity for employees, on-site partners, contractors, and guests. At retail and professional settings, such as cafés or clinic waiting rooms, WLANs enhance customer experience and satisfaction, increasing sales and loyalty. WLANs can also offset costs of deploying a wired infrastructure. WLANs can also be used to off set the cost of deploying a wired infrastructure.View Clean Wireless - Adding Security, Performance, Manageability and Value to Wireless Deployments PDF | Download Clean Wireless - Adding Security, Performance, Manageability and Value to Wireless Deployments PDFPDF, 1.34MB, 10 pages