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Grandstream's powerful Wi-Fi Access Points offer high performance networking, tremendous Wi-Fi coverage range, fast and easy provisioning/management thanks to a built-in controller, outstanding network throughput and support for a large number of clients per AP. Our APs can be paired with 3rd party routers, Grandstream routers as well as existing Wi-Fi networks, making them ideal for both new and existing Wi-Fi deployments.
The GWN Series provides competitive devices designed for an affordable Wi-Fi 6 solution, perfect for delivering the advantages of Wi-Fi 6 to offices, lecture halls and other demanding wireless deployments.
GWN.Cloud is a enterprise-grade, management platform for Grandstream access points. Secure networks can be deployed in seconds using GWN.Cloud mobile app or the web browser interface, then later managed from the same interface. Keep an eye on the network’s performance with real-time monitoring, alerts, statistics and reports that can be viewed using a web browser or the mobile application, then later managed from either interface.
GWN Manager is a on-premise enterprise- grade, management platform for an unlimited number of Grandstream access points. Typically deployed on a customer’s private network, this solution offers simplified configuration and management. Keep an eye on the network’s performance with real-time monitoring, alerts, statistics and reports that can be viewed using a web browser or the mobile application.
Grandstream's GWN series of Routers and APs includes controller software at no extra cost and it is simply built-in to the product’s web user interface. Our embedded controllers can auto discovery and auto-provision any in-network GWN series AP from the designated Provisioning Master (either an AP or the GWN7000), which also offers a centralized provisioning and management interface.
Like any technology, Wi-Fi has its own share of security concerns. The nature of any wireless network allows anyone with malicious intent to locate themselves close to an access point in order to infiltrate a network. More than 80 percent of U.S. companies have been successfully hacked, according to a Duke University/CFO Magazine Global Business Outlook Survey. Being that a Wi-Fi attack can occur in only 2 seconds, we set out to create our GWN series of Wi-Fi Access Points to solve many traditional Wi-Fi security problems by building a variety of high-end security protections into the GWN series.
Define a Portal Web Page that will be displayed on Wi-Fi clients’ browsers when accessing the Internet. Authetications include: RADIUS, Social, Voucher, or the
option for No Authentication.
Unique security certificate built into every GWN series Access Point to encrypt data and traffic going back and forth between the AP, the controller and the
controller’s web user interface.
Added security through random default passwords for every GWN access point.
Powerful firmware security antihacking protection will block illegal changes to the firmware as well as encrypt files to add extra layers of security.
Strong Firewall including: Traffic Matching (MAC, IP, Port, Protocol) Action (SNAT, DNAT, Port Trigger, Route, Drop, Reject), DMZ Host, Forwarding Rules, Inter-VLAN Routing, and SYN Flood Protection.
Create secure networks through VPN Server/Client: OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP/IPSec (client only), and Site-to-Site VPN options.
Client bridge allows an access point to be configured as a client for bridging wired only clients wirelessly to the network. This allows the AP to share a Wi-Fi connection to the LAN ports transparently.
Enhanced Wi-Fi client blacklist configuration empowers the
system administrator to set a
fixed time to allow connection
to the access point.
Check out this interactive deployment infographic for a multi-level office space. Click on each space to learn about recommended GWN series AP's, feature highlights, other Wi-Fi enabled endpoints, and video tutorials from the support team to help you understand the full picture of a complete Wi-Fi enabled Grandstream solution.
Riversong Cottages is a “modern, cozy, and boutique” accommodation in Murchison, South Island, New Zealand. As Wi-Fi access is expected from most travelers, Riversong needed to offer its guests strong, reliable wireless internet access. As the cottages and main building are spread throughout the property, long-range Wi-Fi AP was needed, yet all the options they had tried failed to meet the signal strength and throughput needs of Riversong’s customers.
Sys Logic Technology Services is a full-service IT consulting and computer repair services firm based in Canton, Texas. Sys Logic was in search of powerful, high quality, and easy-to-deploy Wi-Fi Access Points (APs) that would improve their customers' Wi-Fi networks while actually lowering the cost of deployment.
A network of three schools and a central office operated by Semper Altius in Mexico City was in need of a new communications platform and endpoints. They were using an outdated Avaya analog PBX that supported mostly analog trunks, along with outdated analog phones. They wanted a solution that could integrate various platforms (analog or SIP; E1, T1, and J1 ports) and technologies (voice, video, data, mobility).