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Meraki logoMeraki has announced two 802.11n cloud-managed access points.

The single-radio Meraki MR62 and dual-radio MR66 are designed for high client density, bandwidth-intensive applications and rugged conditions.

Features common to both include rugged IP67 rated cases, N-type antenna connectors, Gigabit Ethernet port with 802.3af PoE support and LED signal strength indicators.

The MR62 has a 2x2 802.11b/g/n radio with 26dBm peak transmit power, while the MR66 has one 2x2 802.11b/g/n radio and one 802.11a/n radio with 24 dBm peak transmit power.

Meraki MR66 and MR62 cloud managed APs

Both radios support beamforming, 20 and 40 MHz channel bandwidth, packet aggregation, 802.1g VLAN tagging, WEP, WPA / WPA2 Enterprise and Personal wireless security, wireless intrusion detection, guest isolation and Layer 7 traffic shaping.

The new APs work with Meraki's Cloud Controller which supports both point-to-multipoint mesh and point-to-point network topologies.

The MR62 and MR66 are available now at list prices of $699 and $1299 respectively.

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