MR28-HW - Cisco Meraki MR28 Dual-band, 802.11ax, 2x2:2 Access Point, Indoor WiFi 6 - New



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Manufacturer: Cisco Meraki
Manufacturer Part #: MR28-HW
Condition: NEW
Availability: Stock Available - May Be Limited

Cisco Meraki MR28 Dual-band, 802.11ax, 2x2:2, cloud managed entry level Access Point - Internal Antenna - 2x2:2 MU-MIMO 802.11ax - 1.5 Gbps dual-radio aggregate frame rate - Integrated enterprise security and guest access - Optimized for voice and video - Self-configuring, plug-and-play deployment - PoE or DC powered, Power over Ethernet injector and DC adapter sold separately

The Cisco Meraki MR28 is a Dual-band, 802.11ax, 2x2:2, cloud managed entry level Access Point. Designed for basic, medium-density deployments, the MR28 provides enterprise grade security and simple management.

The MR28 provides a maximum of 1.5 Gbps aggregate frame rate with concurrent 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios.

With the combination of cloud management, high performance hardware, multiple radios, and advanced software features, enterprise-grade security, the MR28 makes an outstanding platform to provide reliable Wi-Fi for small business and home office networks that want reliable and secure wireless connectivity.

Management of the MR28 is performed through the Meraki cloud, with an intuitive browser-based interface that enables rapid deployment without time-consuming training or costly certifications. Because the MR28 is self-configuring and managed over the web, it can be deployed at a remote location in a matter of minutes, even without on-site IT staff.

24x7 monitoring via the Meraki cloud delivers real-time alerts if a network encounters problems. Remote diagnostic tools enable immediate troubleshooting over the web so that distributed networks can be managed with a minimum of hassle.

The MR28's firmware is automatically kept up to date via the cloud. New features, security fixes, and enhancements are delivered seamlessly over the web. This means no manual software updates to download or missing security patches to worry about.