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Cisco WAP150 competitive performance test

- January 13, 2017 - 7 Comments

Happy New Year all!

As we settle comfortably into January, making the turn into 2017, we look forward to what the year promises. 2016 was a good year, with new models announced, nice opportunities closed, and new plans put in place. With new hopes at the start of the year, comes the refreshing excitement to start the year with a bang.

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With this start, Nasser Tarazi, our Wireless Product Manager sent a video over for you all to take a look. Nasser, one of my favorite people in the world, had this to say:

Hello all! Our team in Asia Pacific took this energy and come up with nice video on the Cisco WAP150 Access Point. The WAP150 is a Dual Radio AC/N Wireless Access Point. It is capable of up to 1.2Gbps!

The video shows what kind of performance this little box can do. Please take a look and let us know what you think!

For more information on this dynamo:
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/wireless/wap150-wireless-ac-n-dual-radio-access-point-poe/index.html

From Marc, Nasser, the wireless team, and the rest of the Product Team,

Thanks for taking the time with us today.

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7 Comments

    Hi Marc, Is this an APAC only product?!

      It is available worldwide Fahad. Marc

    I looked at the 150 when I upgraded my WiFi recently, and I was still drawn to the 3802i. We went with the promise of AC2. That being said, you had to setup the APs and controller optimally. Where can I find a definitive setup of 2504HA controllers for optimal performance? Default or admin guide is not good for us.

      Peter, Please contact that product's support team. We are a different team. Our access points do not use a controller.

    • What a joy to find such clear thikginn. Thanks for posting!

  1. Its really hard to find informative info but here I can… Pretty nice post. I just wanted to say that I have truly enjoyed browsing your blog posts. In any case I’ll be subscribing and I hope you write again soon..

    • Me and this article, sitting in a tree, L-N--AR-N-I-E-G!

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