Black Box LWN600A-OUT Datasheet

Black Box LWN600A-OUT Datasheet
SmartPath Enterprise Wireless
Finally — the speed, range,
security, and flexibility
to replace wired networks
at an enterprise level.
•Fast, seamless 802.11n throughput rivals that of wired
networks and supports video and VoIP communications!
•Advanced controller-less architecture improves performance and saves money.
•Access points work together to improve throughput and provide redundancy.
•Supports legacy 802.11b/g wireless devices with no degradation in 802.11n performance.
The Black Box SmartPath Enterprise Wireless system
combines the stability, security, and speed of a wired network
with the versatility and adaptability of a wireless network.
Unlike ordinary wireless, in which access points function
as accessories to the wired network, SmartPath is designed
as an equal partner to the wired network, making it a
practical way to provide wireless across your organization.
SmartPath can even track a user moving from one AP
to another, providing seamless connectivity for mobile users.
Advanced circuitry and algorithms allocate air time efficiently,
enabling older 802.11a/b/g devices to share the network
without slowing down 802.11n connectivity.
SmartPath APs contain the features you’d expect from an
enterprise-grade wireless product, including Layer 2 switching,
VPN tunnels, and QoS support. Plus, they have robust security
and policy enforcement, including firewall and NAC functionality.
Built-in RADIUS server and LDAP/Active Directory™ integration­­— along with a full-featured guest management system and
portal — complete the system, making it perfect for
organizations of all sizes.
Smart architecture.
SmartPath Wireless Access Points (APs) manage traffic
intelligently and work together to provide seamless, efficient
throughput to end devices.
Early wired networks were built around unmanaged
hubs, which indiscriminately sent packets to all connected
nodes. Today’s networks are built around smart switches,
which actively sort packets based on MAC address (Layer
2) or IP address (Layer 3), then send the packets only to
where they’re needed — either to an attached node or
to another switch or router for forwarding.
Today’s average wireless AP functions much like a
legacy network hub, acting only as an interface to the
wired network, without making any decisions about where
to send packets.
A SmartPath AP, on the other hand, behaves as a
high-end switch, sorting packets and sending them
to where they’re needed — broadcasted wirelessly to
a nearby laptop, passed on to another access point in
a wireless mesh arrangement, or sent through the wired
network to another endpoint.
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Access points go in easy.
SmartPath APs are available in a standard model with
integrated antennas for indoor use and a hardened version
with six RP-SMA connectors for flexible installation options
in industrial or outdoor applications.
The APs support PoE, so you can power them through the
Ethernet port or plug them into a nearby outlet. Once plugged
in, each AP automatically joins the network and contacts the
system’s SmartPath Enterprise Management System (EMS).
It’s available as a cloud-based service or a standalone appliance,
which enables you to manage the entire system from a single,
user-friendly GUI console (for SmartPath EMS details, see the
reverse side). Because there is no controller, the system scales
from two or three APs to thousands of APs — with no hidden
upgrade costs. As your needs grow, simply add additional APs.
SmartPath Enterprise Wireless
Centrally manage it via the Web or an appliance.
The SmartPath Enterprise Management System (EMS),
available as a cloud-based service or as a standalone network
appliance, is a GUI for centrally configuring and monitoring our
APs as well as setting security and guest log-in parameters.
With each AP supporting multiple SSIDs, the EMS enables
you to set up wireless network access by user. Keep data
secure by giving guests access to the Internet while allowing
only employees to connect to your internal network.
What’s more, the EMS provides centralized control without
being actively involved in passing traffic or making forwarding
decisions. The combination of autonomous APs with centrally
based management provides maximum administrative control
without creating the traffic bottlenecks seen in controllerbased wireless solutions.
The cloud-based EMS is hosted within secure Tier IV SAS
70 Type II data centers, with scheduled backups and disaster
recovery capabilities. The on-line management makes it
easy to start small and add to your wireless network as you
grow — without wasting any of your investment.
For larger networks, you may prefer to use the EMS
appliance. It supports up to 2000 APs and is typically mounted
in the data center. When using the appliance, you need to
purchase a one-time perpetual license for each AP.
Corporate Enterprise APs Used in Wired/Wireless Mesh Network
Enterprise Switch
Hardened AP
Wired Infrastructure
To Cloud-Based EMS
(via the Internet)
or Standalone EMS
Appliance in
Data Center
Indoor AP
Mobile Users
Indoor AP
Indoor AP
Authentication — 802.1X for WEP, WPA, WPA2; private PSK,
unique preshared keys (PSK) for each user within (1) SSID;
RADIUS, LDAP support; authentication to Active Directory™ with
local credentials caching; multiple RADIUS server support (per
AP, per SSID); MAC-based RADIUS authentication; (100)
associated clients per radio
Security — Trusted Platform Module (TPM); WPA™ and WPA2™,
802.11i, WEP, 802.1X, PSK; VLANs, QoS, mobility policies, and
security policies for each network user entrant; AES-CCMP, TKIP,
RC4 (WEP only) encryption; time-of-day and day-of-week access
control and SSID enabling; on-board stateful-inspection firewall
policy enforcement with session state sync with neighbors; ALG
support for SIP, DNS, TFTP, FTP; destination-based MAC firewall
support; tunneled guest networks; cluster-wide client isolation;
WPA-TKIP vulnerability protection
Rated Speed — 300 Mbps
Operating Temperature —
Indoor unit: +32 to +104° F (0 to +40° C);
Hardened unit: -4 to +130° F (-20 to +55° C)
Connectors — Indoor unit: (1) RJ-45 (10/100/1000 Mbps);
Hardened unit: (2) RJ-45 (10/100/1000 Mbps)
Power — Either PoE or direct power; optional PoE Injector
(LPJ001A-T) or 100–240-VAC, 50–60-Hz universal power supply
(LWN600PS-US) available
Size — Indoor unit: 2"H x 6.5"W x 6.5"D (5 x 16.5 x 16.5 cm);
Hardened unit: 1.25"H x 8.5"W x 8"D (3.2 x 21.5 x 20.3 cm)
Weight — Indoor unit: 1.75 lb. (0.8 kg);
Hardened unit: 3 lb. (1.4 kg)
Hardened AP
List Price
First choose your wireless AP(s)…
SmartPath Wireless Access Point (AP)
Indoor (with Integrated Antennas)
Hardened (without Antennas)
…then select either a cloud-based management platform…
SmartPath Enterprise Management System (EMS), Cloud-Based
1-Year License per AP
3-Year License per AP
LWN600CM-3 $229.95
…or a standalone appliance with the required AP licenses…
SmartPath Enterprise Management System (EMS) Appliance (Up to 2000 APs)
LWN600MA $2999.95
SmartPath Perpetual License for EMS Appliance (Perpetual, per Access Point)
LWN600MLA-1 $79.95
Select the power option for your application:
802.3at PoE Gigabit Injector, 1-Port LPJ001A-T
SmartPath 30-W Power Kit with Cord, U.S. LWN600PS-US $89.95
For hardened APs, order…
SmartPath 602HA Antenna Kit (Indoor Use Only) LWN600A-ANTK $99.95
✦ Includes (3) 2.4 GHz and (3) 5-GHz antennas for (1) AP.
SmartPath 602HA Outdoor Kit LWN600A-OUT $1699.95
✦ Includes (1) NEMA enclosure, (1) pole bracket, assorted hardware, (1) lightning
protection device, (1) power supply, and (4) dual-band antennas for (1) AP.
NOTE: International AP and power kit versions available.
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