Small Business 100, 300 and 500 Family of Access Points
Cisco Small Business Wi-Fi APs ExpertsCisco's Small Business 100, 300 and 500 family of APs are Linux-based units engineered as entry-level 802.11n Wi-Fi solutions for light workloads. Most versions in the Cisco Small Business portfolio of wireless access points work with Cisco's Single Point Setup technology, which makes it possible to configure, control and repair a group of access points from a single device through an intuitive web browser interface. All versions support Power over Ethernet and provide Quality of Service (QoS), rogue AP detection, and bridging for connecting to a second network.

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Progent's Cisco CCIE wireless network infrastructure experts offer online or onsite configuration and troubleshooting support to assist you to design, implement, update, optimize, manage and debug Cisco Small Business wireless AP deployments of any size or architecture. Progent's Cisco wireless controller consultants can also assist you to integrate your Wi-Fi ecosystem with your wired network and cloud-based resources to build a seamless enterprise-wide connectivity solution that is easy to manage and scale. Progent also offers affordable wireless site surveys to help you to determine the most appropriate selection, location and configuration of Cisco Small Business Wi-Fi APs to accommodate your unique office design, building structure, and expected network traffic.

Cisco Small Business Access Points ConsultantsThe Cisco Small Business WAP121 Access Point is a wall-mountable, single-band 2.4GHz device that can handle 16 active 802.11n clients, includes a 10/100 Ethernet interface, allows up to four AP devices and 40 wireless clients per cluster, and supports throughput of 300 Mbps. The Cisco Small Business WAP125 is a general-purpose desktop 802.11ac wireless access point that features a Gigabit Ethernet port with Power over Ethernet (PoE), provides performance as high as 867 Mbps, supports 10 active users, and can be used with Cisco's FindIT Network Management software for simple deployment and management. The Cisco Small Business WAP131 is a desktop dual-band 2.4/5 GHz 802.11a/b/g/n wireless access point that can support 16 wireless clients on each radio for up to 32 wireless clients, includes a GE LAN interface, and can support sustained data rates of up to 300 Mbps for each radio. The WAP131 does not support clustering. The Cisco WAP150 is an entry-level dual-radio 802.11ac/n access point that includes a one Gbit Power over Ethernet port and can handle 16 clients per radio with 867 Mbps throughput for 802.11ac devices and 300 Mbps for 802.11n clients. The Cisco Small Business WAP150 supports 4 APs for each cluster.

The Cisco Small Business WAP321 AP is a wall-mountable selectable-band (2.4 or 5 GHz) 802.11a/b/g/n device that can handle 80 active clients in an 8-device cluster. The Cisco WAP321 has a 10/100/1000 Ethernet interface and can deliver a sustained data rate of 300 Mbps for the activated radio. The Cisco WAP351 is a dual-radio 2.4/5 GHz 802.11a/b/g/n access point with a 5-port Gigabit Ethernet switch and can support 32 active wireless clients per radio for a total of up to 64 active clients, and support a data rate of 300 Mbps for each radio. The WAP351 AP does not allow clustering. The Cisco Small Business WAP361 is a dual-band 2.4/5 GHz 802.11ac Wave 1 AP that features a 5-port Gigabit Ethernet LAN switch, allows 32 clients per radio, and offers 867 Mbps performance for wireless AC clients and 300 Mbps for 802.11n clients. Cisco's WAP361 supports eight WAP361 access points for each cluster. Cisco's wallmount WAP371 Wireless-AC/N is a dual-band device that supports 802.11a/b/g/n as well as the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi specification. The WAP371 includes a Gigabit Ethernet interface, can support up to 32 wireless clients per radio, and eight access points for each cluster.

Cisco's WAP561 802.11n Dual Radio wireless access point includes one 10/100/1000 Ethernet LAN interface and two concurrent radios (2.4 and 5.0 GHz) that deliver 450 Mbps performance for each radio, can handle 64 devices for each radio, and allow 16 access points for each cluster. Cisco's WAP551 is similar to the WAP 561 but has a single selectable band (2.4 or 5.0 GHz). Cisco's Small Business WAP571 and WAP571E (the ruggedized outdoor version) are dual-radio 802.11ac APs that feature two Gb Ethernet ports with link aggregation (LAG), 3x3 MIMO, and up to 1.9 Gbps performance with 1300 Mbps on 802.11ac and 600 Mbps over 802.11n. Both units can handle 32 active WAN clients per radio and 16 WAP371 APs on each cluster.

How Progent Can Assist You with Cisco Small Business Wireless APs
Progent can provide affordable online or on-premises support from a Cisco-certified CCIE network consultant to help your organization to design, deploy, manage, tune, update or repair a Wi-Fi network that includes Cisco Small Business Wi-Fi access points. Progent can help you manage and debug legacy Cisco Small Business devices or migrate smoothly to Cisco's current lineup of Wave 2 Wi-Fi APs based on the 802.11ac specification. Progent's certified Cisco Wi-Fi controller consultants can help you to see whether your wireless deployment should include Cisco wireless controller appliances or can be configured and maintained with software utilities.

Progent's remote and on-premises wireless site surveys can help your organization to identify the most appropriate selection and location of Cisco Small Business wireless access points to support your client density, provide the coverage you require, and deal with your most demanding workloads. Progent's network security consultants can help you to design, deploy and validate a security and compliance strategy that covers network policies, remote network monitoring, and centralized management. Progent's disaster preparedness experts and business continuity consultants can help you to build availability and recoverability into your Cisco product implementations to optimize the uptime of your converged wired/wireless network infrastructure.

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