Product Id: 30932841
Description: HPE 425 (AM) - Wireless access point - 802.11a/b/g/n - Dual Band - remarketed
Mfr Part #: JG653AR
Working in unison with HP controllers, the HP 425 802.11n Dual Radio Access Point series delivers high-performance networking solutions. The enhanced controller architecture scales to IEEE 802.11n without requiring a controller replacement. The controller provides advanced radio resource management (RRM), including client load balancing and interference mitigation. The HP wireless controllers support a fast-roaming capability, an important feature, especially for VoIP communications.
The HP 425 Access Point works in managed mode with an HP wireless LAN controller. The access points provide RF spectrum analysis with detection and classification of non-IEEE 802.11 interference and have the ability to automatically avoid interference. Wireless security is comprehensive with integrated wireless IDS and support for internal and external authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) servers; built-in stateful firewall; per-user VLAN mapping; and authentication.
- Dual radio - two spatial stream accesses supporting 300 Mb/s per radio
- Powered via IEEE 802.3af PoE or local power supply
- Comprehensive WLAN security
- Wi-Fi clear connect
It provides a system-wide approach to improve WLAN reliability by proactively determining and adjusting to changing RF conditions; helps optimize WLAN performance by detecting interference from Wi-Fi and non-Wi-Fi sources using Spectrum Analysis capabilities built into the access points, identifying rogue activity and making decisions at a system-wide level.
- Automatic radio power adjustments
It includes real-time power adjustments based on changing environmental conditions and signal coverage adjustment.
- Automatic radio channel
It provides intelligent channel switching and real-time Interference detection.
- Intelligent client load balancing
It determines number of clients across neighboring APs and adjusts client allocation to balance the load.
- Airtime fairness
It provides equal RF transmission time for wireless clients.
- Power/frequency spectrum analysis
It measures noise from IEEE 802.11 remote sources.
- Signal detection/classification
It identifies source of RF interference, for example, Bluetooth, cordless phones, and microwave ovens.
- Evaluation of channel quality
It helps detect severe channel degradation and improve the reporting of poor RF performance.
It records association, authentication, and DHCP events in client event log; packet capture tool for Ethernet and IEEE 802.11 interfaces (PCAP format); includes data rate matrix.
- Enhanced AP survivability
It continues to operate using the old IP address while the AP searches for a controller.