The NFT 2AC is a WI-FI access point based on 802.11ac technology with an integrated 2.4 and 5 GHz (2x2) MiMo radios with 27 dBm output power. The gigabit Ethernet port with 802.3af/at support allows powering the device with PoE switches. Two additional Gigabit Ethernet ports allow extending the network or connecting additional devices to the access point. Small form factor (15 cm only), sleek design and unique mounting bracket makes the NFT 2AC ideal for indoor installations requiring cost-effective high-performance devices.
Each device is configured via the user
interface individually. This method is suitable for small networks not requiring centralized management and monitoring.
The master access point manages and monitors other devices on the same network. This controller-less architecture is suitable for small to medium size networks with up to 50 devices.
A local or cloud-based controller is used to manage and monitor the devices allowing deployment of large scale networks and management using a single system.
LigoWave access points have an integrated mobile device detection feature. Any device within range can be logged with MAC address and date / time without any user interaction. The data is exported in real time and can be used to enhance the services of enterprise or managed service providers by importing it to their own application. An API is available upon request. There are several technology partners already using the functionality
including Cloud4Wi and Socifi.
WNMS is a FREE enterprise grade Wireless Network Management System. A single software solution simplifies a large number of management and monitoring tasks for network administrators. LigoWave’s comprehensive network management system supports several thousands of nodes. Multiple networks may be maintained and monitored using one server. A rich feature set helps to diagnose network problems effectively, visualize networks on a map, perform scheduled firmware upgrades automatically, track states of devices, get failure alerts, and collect statistics. The Web-based system environment supports multi-user accounts. Several administrators may manage different networks on the same server, without having access to each other’s equipment. WNMS is available as a stand-alone version for Linux and Windows servers, as a cloud-based system and as a mobile application for Android devices.