High performance, ruggedized, outdoor cloud

High performance, ruggedized, outdoor cloud
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MR66
Dual-Radio Outdoor
802.11n Access Point
High performance, ruggedized, outdoor
cloud-managed wireless LAN
The Meraki MR66 is an enterprise class, dual-concurrent 802.11n cloud managed access
point designed for high-density deployments in harsh outdoor locations and industrial
indoor environments. The MR66 features dual-concurrent, dual-band operation and
advanced 802.11n technologies such as MIMO and beamforming, delivering the high
capacity, throughput and reliable coverage required by the most demanding business
applications, even in harsh environments.
MR66 and Meraki Cloud Management: A Powerful Combination
The MR66 is managed via the Meraki cloud, with an intuitive browser-based interface
that lets you get up and running quickly without training or certifications. Since the
MR66 is self-configuring and managed over the web, it can even be deployed at a
remote location without on-site IT staff.
The MR66 is monitored 24x7 via the cloud, which delivers real-time alerts if your network
encounters problems. Remote diagnostics tools also enable real-time troubleshooting
over the web.
The MR66’s firmware is always kept up to date from the cloud. New features, bug
fixes, and enhancements are delivered seamlessly over the web, so you never have
to manually download software updates or worry about missing security patches.
Product Highlights
• Ideal for outdoor and industrial
indoor environments
• High performance multi-radio
mesh routing
• Self-configuring, plug-and-play
deployment
• Dual-concurrent 802.11n radios
with up to 600 Mbps throughput
• Layer 7 application fingerprinting
and QoS
• Automatic cloud-based RF optimization
with spectrum analysis
• Point-to-point links with optional
panel antennas
• Built-in enterprise security, guest
access, and NAC
• Real-time WIPS with Air Marshal
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Recommended Use Cases
Outdoor coverage for high client
density corporate campuses,
educational institutions, and parks
Indoor coverage for industrial areas
(e.g., warehouses, manufacturing
facilities)
• Provide high-speed access to a large
number of clients
• Reliable coverage for scanner guns,
security cameras, and POS devices
• Point-to-multi-point mesh
• High speed-access for iPads, tablets
and laptops
Long distance point-to-point
• Build a long-distance bridge between
two networks
• Two MR66s can establish up to a 20 km
link using high-gain antennas
Features
Dual enterprise class 802.11n radios, up to 600 Mbps
The MR66 features two powerful radios and advanced RF design
for enhanced receive sensitivity. Combined with 802.11n technologies including MIMO and beamforming, the MR66 delivers up to
600 Mbps throughput and up to 50% increased capacity compared
to typical rugged enterprise-class 802.11g access points, meaning
fewer access points are required for a given deployment. In addition,
dual-concurrent 802.11n radios and band steering technology allow
the MR66 to automatically serve legacy 802.11b/g clients using the
2.4 GHz radio and newer 802.11n clients using the 5 GHz radio, thus
providing maximum speed to all clients.
Rugged industrial design
The MR66 is designed and tested for salt spray, vibration, extreme
thermal conditions, shock and dust and is IP67-rated, making it ideal
for extreme environments. Despite its rugged design, MR66 has a
low profile and is easy to deploy.
based encryption and WPA2-Enterprise authentication with 802.1X
and Active Directory integration provide wire-like security with the
convenience of wireless mobility. One-click guest isolation provides
secure, Internet-only access for visitors. Our policy firewall (Identity
Policy Manager) enables group or device-based, granular access
policy control. PCI compliance reports check network settings
against PCI requirements to simplify secure retail deployments.
Secure wireless environments using Air Marshal
Meraki wireless comes equipped with Air Marshal, a built-in wireless
intrusion prevention system (WIPS) for threat detection and attack
remediation. APs will scan their environment opportunistically or in
real-time based on intuitive user-defined preferences. Alarms and
auto-containment of malicious rogue APs are configured via flexible
remediation policies, ensuring optimal security and performance in
even the most challenging wireless environments.
High performance mesh
Application-aware traffic shaping
The MR66 includes an integrated layer 7 packet inspection,
classification, and control engine, enabling you to set QoS policies
based on traffic type. Prioritize your mission critical applications,
while setting limits on recreational traffic, e.g. peer-to-peer and
video streaming.
Automatic cloud-based RF optimization with spectrum
analysis
The MR66’s sophisticated, automated RF optimization means
that there is no need for the dedicated hardware or RF expertise
typically required to tune a wireless network. An integrated spectrum
analyzer monitors the airspace for neighboring WiFi devices as well
as non-802.11 interference – microwave ovens, Bluetooth headsets,
etc. The Meraki cloud then automatically optimizes the MR66’s channel selection, transmit power, and client connection settings, providing optimal performance even under challenging RF conditions.
Integrated enterprise security and guest access
The MR66 features integrated, easy-to-configure security
technologies to provide secure connectivity for employees and
guests alike. Advanced security features such as AES hardware-
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The MR66’s advanced mesh technologies like multi-channel
routing protocols and multiple gateway support enable scalable,
high throughput coverage of hard-to-wire areas with zero
configuration. Mesh also improves network reliability - in the event
of a switch or cable failure, the MR66 will automatically revert to
mesh mode, providing continued gateway connectivity to clients.
Self-configuring, self-optimizing, self-healing
When plugged in, the MR66 automatically connects to the Meraki
cloud, downloads its configuration, and joins your network. It self
optimizes, determining the ideal channel, transmit power, and client
connection parameters. It also self heals, responding automatically to
switch failures and other errors.
Low profile, environmentally friendly design
In addition to eliminating excess packaging and documentation,
90% of the access point materials are recyclable. A maximum power
draw of only 10.5 watts and a cloud-managed architecture mean that
pollution, material utilization and your electric bill are
kept to a minimum.
Cisco Systems, Inc. | 500 Terry A. Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94158 | (415) 432-1000 | sales@meraki.com
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Specifications
Radio
Mobile device policies
One 802.11b/g/n and one 802.11a/n radio
Air Marshal: Real-time WIPS (wireless intrusion prevention system) with alarms
Dual concurrent operation in 2.4 and 5 GHz bands
Rogue AP containment
Max throughput rate 600 Mbit/s
Guest isolation
2.4 GHz 26 dBm peak transmission power
Teleworker VPN with IPsec
5 GHz 24 dBm peak transmission power
PCI compliance reporting
Max transmission power is decreased for certain geographies to comply with local
WEP, WPA, WPA2-PSK, WPA2-Enterprise with 802.1X
regulatory requirements
TKIP and AES encryption
Operating bands:
FCC (US)
2.412-2.484 GHz
5.150-5.250 GHz (UNII-1) 5.725 -5.825 GHz (UNII-3) EU (Europe)
2.412-2.484 GHz
5.470-5.600, 5.660-5.725 GHz (UNII-2)
VLAN tagging (802.1q)
Quality of Service
Wireless Quality of Service (WMM/802.11e)
802.11n Capabilities
DSCP (802.1p)
2 x 2 multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) with two spatial streams
Layer 7 application traffic shaping and firewall
Maximal ratio combining (MRC)
Mobility
Beamforming
Packet aggregation
Cyclic shift diversity (CSD) support
PMK and OKC credential support for fast Layer 2 roaming
L3 roaming
LED Indicators
Power
Power over Ethernet: 24 - 57 V (802.3af compatible)
Power consumption: 10.5 W max
Power over Ethernet injector sold separately
4 signal strength
1 Ethernet connectivity
1 power/booting/firmware upgrade status
Regulatory
Mounting
Mounts to walls and horizontal and vertical poles
Mounting hardware included
FCC (US), IC (Canada), CE (Europe), C-Tick (Australia/New Zealand)
Anatel (Brazil), Cofetel (Mexico), TK (Turkey)
RoHS
Physical Security
Security screw included
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)
450,000 hours
Environment
Operating temperature: -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C)
IP67 environmental rating
Physical Dimensions
10.5” x 7.6” x 2.2” (267mm x 192mm x 57mm)
Weight: 1.9 lb (862g)
Warranty
1 year hardware warranty with advanced replacement included
Ordering Information
MR66-HW: Meraki MR66 Cloud-Managed Dual-Radio 802.11n Ruggedized Access Point
POE-INJ-3-XX: Meraki 802.3af Power over Ethernet Injector (XX = US, EU, UK or AU)
ANT-10: Meraki 5/7 dBi Omni Antenna, Dual-band, N-type, Set of 2
Interfaces
ANT-11: Meraki 14 dBi Sector Antenna, 5 GHz MIMO, N-type
1x 100/1000 Base-T Ethernet (RJ45) with 48V DC 802.3af PoE
ANT-13: Meraki 11 dBi Sector Antenna, 2.4 GHz MIMO, N-type
Four external N-type antenna connectors
Note: Meraki Enterprise license required.
Security
Integrated policy firewall (Identity Policy Manager)
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RF Performance Table
Maximum hardware capability shown.
Transmit power is configurable in
increments of 1 dB and is automatically
limited by the Meraki cloud to comply
with local regulatory settings.
Operating Band
Operating Mode
Data Rate
TX Power (dBm)
RX Sensitivity
2.4 GHz
802.11b
1 Mb/s
2 Mb/s
5.5 Mb/s
11 Mb/s
23
23
22
21
-96
-94
-95
-92
802.11g
6 Mb/s
9 Mb/s
12 Mb/s
18 Mb/s
24 Mb/s
36 Mb/s
48 Mb/s
54 Mb/s
20
26
25
25
24
24
23
21
-95
-94
-93
-93
-90
-87
-83
-81
802.11n (HT20)
MCS0/8 HT20
MCS1/9 HT20
MCS2/10 HT20
MCS3/11 HT20
MCS4/12 HT20
MCS5/13 HT20
MCS6/14 HT20
MCS7/15 HT20
22
22
21
21
21
21
20
19
-96
-94
-92
-89
-85
-82
-81
-79
802.11n (HT40)
MCS0/8 HT40
MCS1/9 HT40
MCS2/10 HT40
MCS3/11 HT40
MCS4/12 HT40
MCS5/13 HT40
MCS6/14 HT40
MCS7/15 HT40
21
21
21
21
21
21
19
18
-93
-91
-89
-86
-82
-79
-78
-77
802.11a
6 Mb/s
9 Mb/s
12 Mb/s
18 Mb/s
24 Mb/s
36 Mb/s
48 Mb/s
54 Mb/s
24
24
23
23
22
21
20
20
-97
-96
-94
-92
-90
-87
-85
-83
802.11n (HT20)
MCS0/8 HT20
MCS1/9 HT20
MCS2/10 HT20
MCS3/11 HT20
MCS4/12 HT20
MCS5/13 HT20
MCS6/14 HT20
MCS7/15 HT20
23
23
22
21
21
20
19
15
-98
-96
-93
-90
-84
-82
-80
-79
802.11n (HT40)
MCS0/8 HT40
MCS1/9 HT40
MCS2/10 HT40
MCS3/11 HT40
MCS4/12 HT40
MCS5/13 HT40
MCS6/14 HT40
MCS7/15 HT40
23
22
21
20
19
18
18
14
-94
-93
-91
-88
-85
-81
-78
-76
2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz
5 GHz
5 GHz
5 GHz
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