AP 9.7 SNMP Reference Guide
Applicable To The Following Products
Multiservice 802.11n dual band concurrent 2 stream Wired/Wireless wall switch The Ruckus 7055 is the industry’s first dual-band dual-concurrent wall mounted wired switch and wireless wall switch designed for next generation wireless. The Ruckus 7055 features integrated 2.4GHz and 5GHZ concurrent 802.11n WLAN radios, five wired Ethernet ports, PoE ouput, and a passthrough port for devices such as digital phones that require native access to a PBX system. Designed with hotels and multi-dwelling units in mind, the Ruckus 7055 is easy to mount to an electrical junction box and has a sleek and low-profile form factor.
The Ruckus 7352 is amid-range 802.11n 2x2:2 2.4GHz (single-band) access point, capable ofdelivering up to 300 Mbps of physical layer performance. The Ruckus 7352 is optimized for high client density enterprise and hotspot environments where 5 GHz mesh or access is not required. It may be powered by 802.3af PoE or accessory power adapter, is physically discrete and unobtrusive due to its small size and minimalist industrial design, and can be mounted to hard walls or ceilings and acoustical drop ceilings.
The next generation Ruckus 7372 mid-range 802.11n 2x2:2 dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz concurrent access points are designed for high density mobile device environments with bandwidth hungry and latency sensitive applications such as Voice and Video over Wi-Fi
The Ruckus SmartCell 8800 Series represents a completely new class of outdoor access point (AP) technology designed specifically to address the capacity and siting challenges mobile operators face in deploying HetNets in dense urban environments.