If you’re currently using an AirMax CPE, adding the AirGateway is definitely not going to be a problem at all since it’s designed to complement. Just a few steps on adding the cables into the latter, and you’re good to go. When you need to boost its power or deliver the power output through fewer wires into your AirMax CPE, the best option is the AirGateway.
Various Networking Modes
The AirGateway can be used as a wireless device indoors, which you can then connect to the outdoor CPE. In the process, you’re able to bridge the two and offer great support for the many wireless devices and users. Because AirGateway is very small, it’s flexible and thus is easy to attach even on CPEs that are configured on the roof. It can also work as a switch, allowing two or more devices to communicate very well. It may also work as a router, providing 802.11b/g/n Internet connectivity at a frequency of 2.4GHz.
When you’re looking for a more practical setup for your small office or home office, you can make use of the AirGateway. Other uses of the device include being a station or an access point.
The AirGateway offers full support for different PoE adapter models from Ubiquiti. This way, you can take full advantage of the many benefits of power over Ethernet, including cost savings, power efficiency, and easy management. The PoE support is paired with ESD protector.
The small compact device also runs using the innovative AirOS software. It allows you to remotely configure and manage the AirGateway—in other words, you can do management through a browser. Other setting you can control include channel shifting, protocol support, monitoring tools, AAP (address allocation protocol), ACK auto-timing, and network access protection such as system log, DDNS, SNMP, and DDNS.