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DrayTek Vigor VAP912C Mesh Wireless Range Extender & Access Point

Part Number: VAP912C

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DrayTek Vigor VAP912C Mesh Wireless Range Extender & Access Point

Part Number: VAP912C

The DrayTek VigorAP 912C is a high-performance Mesh Wireless solution, designed to expand the wireless coverage, eliminate Wi-Fi dead zones and reduce the cost of network deployments. The VAP912C can also be used as a traditional access point either managed or stand alone.

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More Information - DrayTek VAP912C Ceiling Access Point

The VigorAP 912C is a dual-band 802.11ac Wave 2 Mesh Wireless solution, designed to eliminate wireless drop outs, stuttering videos, slow download speeds, poor signal and Wi-Fi dead zones. One access point acts as the controller (Mesh root) and in total up to 8 access points create an easy to manage wireless mesh. Extend coverage without running expensive cabling.

For more information about mesh networks and network extension, read our blog!


AP 912C Key Highlights

  • 1 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN Port, RJ45 (accepts PoE Power)
  • AC1200 Class Wireless Access Point
  • IEEE 802.11ac (Wave 1 & 2) / a / b / g / n
  • Frequency Band 2.4 GHz & 5.8Ghz - Simultaneous Operation
  • Up to 128 clients per radio
  • Ceiling or Wall Mountable (requires rear cable entry)
  • Mesh Wireless
  • Easy to Configure and Manage

What's in the box?

  • DrayTek VigorAP 912C
  • Ceiling Mount
  • Bracket
  • T-Rail Bracket
  • Screws
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Quick Start Guide

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