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H3C 0235A40P WA2220X-AG Outdoor Dual Radio (Dual-frequency) Wireless Access Point.Alternative names: 0235A40P-US, JF249A

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H3C 0235A40P WA2220X-AG Outdoor Dual Radio Access Point


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  • Supporting centralized management
    If the WA2100 or WA2200 is used with an AC as a Fit AP, most of management packets and data packets are processed by the AC. The AC controls all Fit APs by using the CAPWAP so that status of all devices can be known about clearly. Compared to a traditional Fat AP, a Fit AP and an AC greatly help system administrators to manage the whole network.
  • Supporting automatic version upgrade
    The WA2100 and WA2200 can automatically communicate with the AC in a network, and download the latest software versions to the AP. Such operations do not require manual intervention, thus reducing workload of network maintenance. This feature is especially important to a large-sized network.
  • Supporting IPv6
    The WA2100 and WA2200 support the IPv4/IPv6 protocol stack. They can be connected to an AC through an IPv6 network. As a result, the networking mode is more flexible, future network development needs are met, and investment of customers is protected. Also, the WA2110-AG enables wireless users to access networks over IPv6.
  • Supporting EAD wireless access
    Integrated with network access control and terminal security products, the endpoint admission defense (EAD) solution is designed to ensure that user terminals can access networks safely. Working with a security client, security policy server, network device, and the third-party software, the EAD solution forcedly implements an enterprise security policy to control user terminals in the access network. As a result, the EAD solution strictly controls network usage of terminal users and effectively enhances active defense capability. In a word, the EAD provides an effective and ease-to-use management tool and measure for enterprise network administrators. The WA2100 and WA2200 series supports EAD access of wireless users. By working with a security policy server, the wireless clients that are infected with viruses or have security holes are forced to get offline, isolated, or monitored or notifications of such situations are sent. The wireless clients can access networks only when they meet the corresponding security policies, thus enhancing the overall security of the wireless network.
  • Supporting intelligent load balancing
    The WA2100 and WA2200 support the complicated balancing mode based on the number of users and traffic. Assume that the AC discovers that the load of the AP exceeds the preset threshold value. For a newly accessed user, the AC automatically calculates whether the user is adjacent to another AP with a light load. If there is such an AP, the AP rejects the request of the user for association. The user then accesses the AP with a light load. However, if the wireless user is not within the overlapping area of the AP, the traditional load balancing mode usually results in a network connection failure and eventually mistaken balancing. H3C supports innovatively the intelligent load balancing technology. The technology ensures that the AP load balancing function is enabled only for the wireless user within the AP overlapping area. It avoids the mistaken balancing effectively and the wireless network capacity is improved maximally.
  • Supporting user isolation policy
    The WA2100 and WA2200 support isolating a wireless user from another. After this function is enabled, the two wireless clients cannot directly communicate with each other so that they are shifted to access the upstream wireline network. With this function, operators can force wireless users to be charged or authenticated on the specified gateway or server, thus providing hot spot applications.
  • Supporting upstream optical interfaces
    As outdoor APs, the WA2210X-G, WA2220X-AG support upstream FE SFP optical interfaces. When they are deployed outdoors, extra optical-electrical converters are not required, thus reducing network fault points. In addition, upstream ETH interfaces and upstream optical interfaces are redundant, thus providing higher reliability.


Position:Outdoor AP
IEEE802.11a/b/g: Supporting IEEE802.11a/b/g
Working frequency band:802.11a: 5.15 GHz-5.25 GHz, 5.725 GHz-5.850 GHz
802.11b, 802.11g: 2.4000 GHz-2.4835 GHz 
Modulation mode:802.11a: OFDM
802.11b: DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK
802.11g: CCK, OFDM
Transmit power:20dBm
Adjustable power:1 dBm
Receiving sensitivity:802.11a: -70dBm@54Mbps, -90dBm@6Mbps
802.11b: -89dBm@11Mbps, -97dBm@1Mbps
802.11g: -72dBm@54Mbps, -91dBm@6Mbps
AP capacity:AP access rate:
IEEE802.11a: 54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps
IEEE802.11g: 54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 11 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
IEEE802.11b: 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1Mbps
Virtual AP:32
Security policy: Encryption: Supporting various key update trigger conditions of WPA and 802.11i
User isolation:Supporting isolation of virtual APs (multi-SSID).
Concealed SSID: Supported
Authentication:Supporting 802.1x authentication, MAC address authentication, and PPPoE authentication
MAC address filtering: Supported
Time-based charging: Supported
Real-time charging: Supported
Separation between authentication and charging: Supported
Switch over: Inter-AP switchover:Supported in addition to the link integrity
Switchover basis: Signal strength, bit error rate, and running status of adjacent APs
Layer 2 bridging: MAC address learning: Supported
VLAN: Supporting the separation between management data and user data by VLAN
Supporting interface-based VLAN tag, 802.1q-based VLAN tag, user class-based VLAN tag, and SSID-based VLAN tag
Supporting VLAN filtering
Layer 3 functions: IP address setting: Supporting static IP address and obtaining IP addresses by using DHCP
Routing protocol: Supporting static routes
IPV6: Supported
ACL: Supported
Service quality:802.11e:Supporting WMM
Priority:Supporting Ethernet port and 802.1p identifier and tag
Supporting priority queue and mapping
Rate limiting:Supported
Traffic classification:Supported
QoS policy mapping:Supporting the mapping between various SSIDs/VLANs with QoS policies
Load balancing of user quantity: Supported
Traffic load balancing: Supported
Battery saving mode: Supported
Management & maintenance:Network management: SNMP (V1, V2, V3), Trap, configuration tool based on the Windows platform: Telnet, TFTP, FTP, HTTP, Web
Maintenance mode: Supporting local and remote maintenance
Log: Supporting local logs, log host, and export of log files
Alarm: Supported
Fault detection: Supported
Statistical information: Supported
Watch Dog: Supported
100Base-Fx:1 SFP (optional)
802.3af PoE power supply:Supported
Local power supply: Not supported
Antenna:No antenna
Dimensions:245 x 245 x 76 mm