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DrayTek Vigor VAP960C WiFi 6 Mesh Access Point with PoE

Part Number: VAP960C-K

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Buy the DrayTek Vigor AP 960C WiFi access point and eliminate WiFi dead-zones, improve coverage and significantly reduce the cost of network deployments. The VAP960C is a WiFi 6 AX1800 access point with mesh, PoE and it offers up to 1.8Gbps dual-band wireless rates. WiFi 6 brings significantly improved efficiency, better overall performance and reliably handles more clients per access point within an office or home network.

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More Information - DrayTek VAP960C WiFi 6 Mesh AP

The DrayTek VAP960C-K access point with Wi-Fi 6 is less susceptible to interference from neighbouring wireless networks, giving a significant boost to real world performance for both 2.4 and 4GHz Wi-Fi 6 clients.

A key feature of Wi-Fi 6 is OFDMA, short for Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access. 4G networks and now Wi-Fi 6 use this to provide data to many users at once. The Vigor VAP960C gives improved efficiency, faster overall performance and less lag when compared with WiFi 5 (11ac) wireless networks.

DrayTek's mesh system intelligently manages and links VigorAPs wirelessly, with guest network and VLAN support. The Self-Optimising Mesh ensures your wireless network nodes are always using the fastest path to the Mesh Root.

The VAP960C access point can be powered through its Gigabit Ethernet interface with standard IEEE 802.3af PoE for a tidier and more convenient installation. Alternatively, power the VigorAP with an AC adapter.

With a new matte finish, the VigorAP 960C blends well with home and office interiors. This Draytek access point is suitable for both ceiling and wall mounting. The access point clips securely into its ceiling plate for sturdy mounting and easier maintenance.

Through the web interface of the VigorAP 960C, network administrators can easily check on AP data usage and clients connected, with options to disconnect or block disruptive clients. Mobile Device Management (MDM) builds on regular Access Control, which can be used to whitelist and blacklist individual clients.

MDM makes it possible to set up SSIDs that only Windows or Apple desktops can connect to, disconnecting Android or iOS clients or vice versa, to suit the requirements of your wireless network. Analytics data from each VigorAP graphs how many wireless clients have connected to the AP over time, as well as how many wireless clients passed by without connecting.

Have a question about the DrayTek 960c ceiling access point? Get in touch with our experts for in-depth networking and wireless advice.

DrayTek VAP960C Wi-Fi 6 Access Point Key Highlights

  • WiFi 6 mesh wireless access point and range extender
  • AX1800 - 11ax dual-band wireless
  • 2x internal PiFA dual-band antennas
  • 2.4GHz Gain: 2.1dBi
  • 5GHz Gain: 2.8dBi
  • Max concurrent clients: 256 total, 128 per band
  • Max wireless networks (SSIDs): 8 total, 4 per band
  • 1 x Gigabit ethernet LAN port, RJ45 (accepts PoE power)
  • Power through 802.3af PoE or DC power adapter
  • WPA3: stronger security with WPA3 personal and enterprise
  • Self-healing wireless mesh with VLAN support
  • Centrally managed or standalone operation
  • Advanced access control with mobile device management and station control
  • Suitable for ceiling or wall mounting

What’s in the Box?

  • 1 x DrayTek VAP960C-K
  • Ceiling Mount Bracket
  • T-Rail Bracket & Screws
  • Ethernet Cable
  • UK PSU
  • Quick Start Guide


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