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Linksys logoLinksys has introduced N300 and N600 business-class access points.

The LAPN300 Wireless-N300 Access Point with PoE and LAPN600 Wireless-N600 Dual Band Access Point with PoE join Linksys' switches and VPN routers to continue the company's re-entry into small business networking.

Rather than come in with guns blazing with 802.11ac APs, Linksys chose a more conservative route, sticking to 802.11n products to start.

Both APs share a common Qualcomm-Atheros-based platform, with the only difference being the single 2.4 GHz N300 radio or 2.4 and 5 GHz N300 radios enabling the LAPN600's simultaneous dual-band N600 class.

Linksys LAPN600 Wireless-N600 Dual Band Access Point with PoE

Linksys LAPN600 Wireless-N600 Dual Band Access Point with PoE

Common features include:

  • Gigabit Ethernet LAN port
  • IPv6 support
  • "Smoke detector" style enclosures that can be desktop, wall or ceiling mounted
  • Access Point and "Range Extender" modes
  • Band Steering
  • WPA,WPA2 Personal and Enterprise, 802.1X security
  • SSID to VLAN mapping
  • MAC-based access control
  • Rogue AP detection
  • 802.3at PoE power
  • Web and SNMP management

The LAPN300 and LAPN600 ship this month at MSRPs of $199.99 and $299.99, respectively.

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