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Allied Telesis 5GHz Outdoor Router/CPE with 22dBi Embedded Antenna Wi-Fi White
Datasheet | Wireless LAN
WR4500 SERIES
IEEE 802.11 Dual Band Outdoor Wireless Routers
AT-WR4542
5GHz outdoor router/CPE with 22dBi
embedded antenna
impact on medical equipments because no
transmit radio will be installed inside the
hospital.
Key Features
The single radio AT-WR4561 model can be
used as either a base router, a hot spot or a
wireless CPE while the dual radio AT-WR4562
can be deployed at the same time as both a
wireless only base router and hot spot or base
station in a Point to Multipoint configuration.
• Real IP routing functionalities
• Feature rich firmware
AT-WR4561
Dual band single radio outdoor wireless base
router
AT-WR4562
Dual band dual radio outdoor wireless base
router
A Complete Solution for Wireless
ISPs, Local Utilities, Municipalities,
Hospitality and Enterprises
The WR4500 family of dual band outdoor
wireless base routers and routing CPEs allow
the building of wireless only or hybrid IP
networks that are scalable, reliable and fully
controllable.
Wireless ISPs can easily and quickly provide
homes in rural areas with broadband Internet
access and VoIP telephony and, at the same
time, can set-up WiFi hot spots for nomadic
users.
Enterprises can connect remote buildings
without the need for expensive leased lines and
can extend WiFi coverage to outdoor yards
providing users with mobile intranet and
Internet access everywhere.
Municipalities can build wireless IP networks for
connecting remote offices and for increasing
public safety with real time monitored
surveillance cameras and continuous
communication with local police patrols.
Local utilities can easily control their remote
equipments and read, in real time, gas, water
and electricity meters without any need for
expensive fiber cabling.
Hot spot services can be provided to hotel
guests and hospital patients ‘illuminating’ rooms
from outside the building with a reduced
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The AT-WR4542 with its embedded high gain
antenna is best suited for being used as a
wireless CPE connecting to an AT-WR4561 or
AT-WR4562 base router or can be deployed in
couples for realizing long reach high
performances Point to Point links.
Flexibility is the primary advantage of the
WR4500 family of wireless base routers. All
products share the same software and features
and differ only in the number of radio
interfaces.
Real Wireless IP Routers
The WR4500 dual band wireless base routers
have all the features of IP routers and much
more. A full set of routing protocols together
with enhanced filtering capabilities make the
WR4500 series the best choice for building
simple and complex wireless and hybrid (wiredwireless) networks with a tight integration
between the wired and wireless parts.
• 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual band operations
• IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h compliant
• Certified for HiperLAN bands operation in
Europe with DFS and TPC
• IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE powering
• IP66 rated outdoor robust construction
• Professional look suitable for indoor
installation too
• Embedded IP firewalling functionalities
• Highly configurable QoS management for
multimedia applications
• High sensitivity radio interface for longer
reach and higher throughput on wireless links
• Wide choice of omnidirectional, directional
and sector antennas
• RoHS compliant
IP routing allows network designers to design
and deploy fully redundant networks with
predictable behaviour in any working condition,
while network operations managers retain full
control over packet forwarding.
Point to Point, Point to Multipoint as well as
partially or fully meshed networks can be easily
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designed and deployed with limited need for
deciding in advance the network architecture.
Common network management tools can be
used for configuring and monitoring the
network and its users the usual way. Any
network engineer will be able, with little
wireless training, to design and troubleshoot an
Allied Telesis powered wireless network.
Wireless Networking Made Easy
Wireless specific functionalities are integrated in
the WR4500 firmware in such a way that
setting up a standard WiFi access point is as
easy as configuring an interface. Integrated hot
spot functionalities makes it equally easy setting
up a public or private hot spot for public
Internet access and or controlled access to
intranets.
Interfaces
Fast Ethernet interfaces
Standard:
IEEE 802.3u (MDI/MDI-X)
Ports:
1
Connector:
RJ-45 female
Radio interfaces
AT-WR4542
Radio:
Standard:
Connector:
1
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h
n.a. (integrated antenna)
AT-WR4561
Radio:
Standard:
Connectors:
1
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h
2 x N type female (diversity)
AT-WR4562
Radios:
Standard:
Connectors:
2
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h
2 x N type female
Specifications
Physical Specifications
AT-WR4542
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
34cm x 34cm x 5cm
13.4” x 13.4” x 2”
Weight
1.9 Kg (4.2 lbs)
Metal mounting kit and equipment back, plastic radome
Antenna Characteristics
(AT-WR4542 only)
Type:
Flat panel
Polarization:
Linear
Gain:
22 dBi
3dB beam width: 10.5°
Frequency range: 5.1 to 5.8 GHz
21.2cm x 5.7cm x 18.3cm
8.4” x 2.2” x 7.2”
Weight
1.2 Kg (2.7 lbs)
100% die cast aluminium enclosure
Environmental Specifications
Operating conditions
temperature:
-30°C to +65°C
(-22°F to +140°F)
Relative humidity: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Storage conditions
temperature:
Relative humidity:
-40°C to +70°C
(-40°F to +158°F)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Robustness
IEC 60529 protection Level: IP66 (AT-WR4561, AT-WR4562)
IP65 (AT-WR4542)
39,000 hrs
MTBF:
Power Characteristics
AT-WR4561 and AT-WR4562
Power:
Power consumption:
PoE IEEE 802.3af compliant
7W (AT-WR4561)
10W (AT-WR4562)
AT-WR4542
Power:
Power consumption:
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18vDC PoE, 100-240V AC PS
6W
ToS (DSCP)
Packet content (matching sequence/frequency)
Packet size
Time
QoS management
• Hierarchical HTB QoS system with bursts
• Per IP / protocol / subnet / port / firewall mark
• PCQ, RED, SFQ, FIFO queue
• CIR, MIR, contention ratios, dynamic client rate equalizing
(PCQ), bursts, peer-to-peer protocol limitation
Tunneling protocols
• PPTP, PPPoE and L2TP access concentrators and
clients
• PAP, CHAP, MSCHAPv1 and MSCHAPv2 authentication
•
•
•
•
•
•
protocols
RADIUS authentication and accounting
MPPE encryption; compression for PPPoE
Data rate limitation
Differentiated firewall
PPPoE dial on demand
IPIP tunnels, EoIP (Ethernet over IP)
IPSec
• IP security AH and ESP protocols
• MODP Diffie-Hellman groups 1,2,5
• MD5 and SHA1 hashing algorithms
• DES, 3DES, AES-128, AES-192, AES-256 encryption
algorithms
• Perfect Forwarding Secrecy (PFS) MODP groups 1,2,5
AT-WR4561 and AT-WR4562
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
-
Layer 2 Features
Bridging
• IEEE 802.1D Spanning-Tree Protocol
• IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol
• Multiple bridge interfaces
• Bridge firewalling
• MAC NAT
VLAN
• IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging on Ethernet and wireless
links
• Multiple VLANs
• VLAN bridging
Layer 3 Features
Routing
• Static routing
• Equal cost multi-path routing
• Policy-based routing
• RIPv1 / v2
• OSPFv2
Firewall and NAT
• Stateful packet filtering
• Peer-to-Peer protocol filtering
• Source and destination NAT
• Packet classification by:
-
Source MAC
Interfaces
IP addresses and subnets
Ports and port range
Protocols
Protocol options (ICMP type, TCP flags and MSS)
Proxy
• FTP and HTTP caching proxy server
• HTTPS proxy
• Transparent DNS and HTTP proxying
• SOCKS protocol support
• DNS static entries
• Support for caching on a separate drive
• Access Control Lists
• Caching lists
• Parent proxy support
DHCP
• DHCP server per interface
• DHCP relay
• DHCP client
• Multiple DHCP networks
• Static and dynamic DHCP leases
• RADIUS support
VRRP
• VRRP protocol for high availability
UPnP
• Universal Plug & Play support
NTP
• Network Time Protocol server and client
Monitoring/accounting
• IP traffic accounting
• Firewall actions logging
• Statistics graphs accessible via HTTP GUI
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Management
• SNMP read-only
• SSH and Telnet CLI
• Web GUI
• Windows-based GUI
Tools
• Ping
• Traceroute
• Bandwidth test
• Ping flood
• Packet sniffer
• Dynamic DNS update tool
Wireless Features
Operation modes
• Point to Point
• Point to Multipoint
• Integrated hot spot
• WDS: Wireless Distribution System
• Access point (infrastructure mode)
• Wireless client (station mode)
• Multiple SSID/BSSID and virtual AP
• AP bridging
• Nstreme and Nstreme2 protocols for dual radio full-
Technical Specifications
Standards and Protocols
IEEE
IEEE
IEEE
IEEE
IEEE
802.1D
802.1Q
802.1x
802.1w
IEEE 802.2
IEEE 802.3-2002
IEEE 802.3af
IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3x
IEEE 802.11a
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
IEEE 802.11h
duplex operation
• Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)
• Transmit Power Control (TPC)
IEEE 802.11i
Hot spot features
• Hot spot gateway with RADIUS authentication and
accounting
• True Plug & Play access for network users
• Data rate limitation
• Traffic quota
• Differentiated firewall
• Real-time status information
• Walled-garden
• Customized HTML login pages
• iPass support
• SSL secure authentication
• Advertisement support
Access security
• 40 and 104-bit WEP
• WPA and WPA-PSK
• AES-CCM and TKIP encryption
• Access Control List
• Std FIPS 197 AES
Authentication
• RADIUS
• EAP and IEEE 802.1x
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MAC bridges
Virtual LANs
Port-based network access control
Rapid reconfiguration of
Spanning-Tree
Logical link control
CSMA/CD access method and
physical layer specifications
DTE power via Media Dependent
Interface (MDI)
100TX
Full-duplex operation
WLAN MAC and PHY specifications.
High-speed physical Layer in the 5
GHz band
WLAN MAC and PHY specifications.
Higher-speed physical layer
extension in the 2.4 GHz band
WLAN MAC and PHY specifications.
Amendment 4: further higher data
rate extension in the 2.4 GHz band
WLAN MAC and PHY specifications.
Amendment 5: spectrum and
transmit power management
extensions in the 5 GHz band in
Europe
WLAN MAC and PHY specifications.
Amendment 6: MAC security
enhancements
IETF
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
RFC
768
791
792
793
826
854
855
856
857
858
932
950
951
959
1027
1035
1058
1091
1122
1155
1157
1212
1213
1245
1246
1256
1305
1334
1350
1493
1518
UDP
IP
ICMP
TCP
ARP
Telnet protocol specification
Telnet option specifications
Telnet binary transmission
Telnet echo option
Telnet suppress go ahead option
Subnetwork addressing scheme
Subnetting, ICMP
BootP
FTP
Proxy ARP
DNS
RIPv1
Telnet terminal-type option
Internet host requirements
MIB
SNMP
Concise MIB definitions
MIB-II
OSPF protocol analysis
Experience with the OSPF protocol
ICMP router discovery messages
NTP version 3
PPP authentication protocols
TFTP
Definitions of managed objects for bridges
An architecture for IP address allocation
with CIDR
RFC 1519 Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
RFC 1542 Clarifications and extensions for the
BootStrap protocol
RFC 1631 The IP Network Address Translator (NAT)
RFC 1643 Ethernet MIB
RFC 1661 The Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
RFC 1701 GRE
RFC 1702 GRE over IPv4
RFC 1793 Extending OSPF to support demand circuits
RFC 1812 Router requirements
RFC 1829 IPSec algorithm
RFC 1858 Fragmentation
RFC 1877 PPP Internet protocol control protocol
extensions for name server addresses
RFC 1918 IP addressing
RFC 1945 HTTP/1.0
RFC 1994 PPP Challenge Handshake Authentication
Protocol (CHAP)
RFC 2003 IP encapsulation within IP
RFC 2011 SNMPv2 Management Information Base for
the Internet protocol using SMIv2
RFC 2049 MIME
RFC 2068 HTTP/1.1
RFC 2082 RIP-2 MD5 authentication
RFC 2096 IP forwarding table MIB
RFC 2113 IP router alert option
RFC 2131 DHCP
RFC 2136 Dynamic updates in the Domain Name
System (DNS UPDATE)
RFC 2246 The TLS protocol version 1.0
RFC 2284 EAP
RFC 2328 OSPFv2
RFC 2338 Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
RFC 2401 Security architecture for IP
RFC 2402 IP authentication header
RFC 2403 IPSec authentication - MD5
RFC 2433 Microsoft PPP CHAP extensions
RFC 2453 RIPv2
RFC 2474 DCSP in the IPv4 and IPv6 headers
RFC 2516 A method for transmitting PPP Over
Ethernet (PPPoE)
RFC 2616 Hypertext Transfer Protocol - HTTP/1.1
RFC 2637 Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
RFC 2661 L2TP
RFC 2663 IP Network Address Translator (NAT)
terminology and considerations
RFC 2759 Microsoft PPP CHAP extensions, version 2
RFC 2790 Host MIB
RFC 2863 The interfaces group MIB
RFC 2865 RADIUS
RFC 2866 RADIUS accounting
RFC 3007 Secure Domain Name System (DNS) dynamic
update
RFC 3022 Traditional NAT
RFC 3046 DHCP relay agent information option
RFC 3164 Syslog protocol
RFC 3168 The addition of Explicit Congestion
Notification (ECN) to IP
RFC 3768 VRRP
RFC 4251 The Secure Shell (SSH) protocol architecture
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Radio Characteristics
Frequency band:
Radio type:
Modulation:
Ordering Information
2.4 GHz
IEEE 802.11b/g
5 GHz
IEEE 802.11a/h
DBPSK (DSSS)
DQPSK (DSSS)
CCK (DSSS)
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
1Mbps
2Mbps
5.5 and 11Mbps
6 and 9Mbps
12 and 18Mbps
24 and 36Mbps
48 and 54Mbps
AT-WR4542-xx
5GHz outdoor wireless router/CPE with 22dBi embedded
antenna
Where xx =
PSK (OFDM)
QPSK (OFDM)
16-QAM (OFDM)
64-QAM (OFDM)
US/Canada (FCC)
Europe (ETSI)
France
Japan (Telec)
China
Other countries
11 overlapping (1
13 overlapping (1
4 overlapping (10
13 overlapping (1
13 overlapping (1
Standard
AT-WR4542
for
for
for
for
North America
UK
Australia
Europe
AT-WR4561-00
Channels:
AT-WR4561 & AT-WR4562
10
30
40
50
IEEE 802.11a/h
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
to
to
to
to
to
11)
13)
13)
13)
13)
12 non overlapping (5.150 to 5.350; 5.725 to 5.825)
19 non overlapping (5.150 to 5.350; 5.470 to 5.725)
19 non overlapping (5.150 to 5.350; 5.470 to 5.725)
4 non overlapping (5.150 to 5.250)
5 non overlapping (5.725 to 5.850)
Per local regulations
Data Rate (Mbps)
Receive
Normal Mode
Super AG Mode Sensitivity (dBm)
6
9
12
18
24
36
48
54
1
2
5.5
11
6
9
12
18
24
36
48
54
12
18
24
36
48
72
96
108
n.a.
12
18
24
36
48
72
96
108
-88
-87
-85
-83
-80
-75
-73
-71
-95
-94
-92
-90
-90
-89
-87
-85
-82
-79
-76
-74
Max Output
Power (*) (dBm)
17
17
16
16
15
15
14
13
18
18
18
18
18
18
17
17
16
16
15
15
Dual band single radio outdoor wireless base router
AT-WR4562-00
Dual band dual radio outdoor wireless base router
Associated Products
AT-TQ00xx
Cables and accessories
AT-TQ02xx
2.4GHz antennas and accessories
AT-TQ05xx
5 GHz antennas and accessories
AT-6101
IEEE 802.3af PoE injector
(*) This is the actual Radio Output Power and does not include the Antenna gain.
Regulatory Approvals
FCC part 15 Class B
EMI/EMC:
CE marking Class A
Safety:
IEC60950, UL60950, CSA60950,
EN60950
RoHS compliant
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