wireless modem routers and access points
Posted on 2010-11-24
We are looking to get an ADSL II connection into the building to allow uers access to the internet. this will be isolated from the company network. and allows users to connect their iphones, data app devices, ipads, etc.... but more so, we dont allow contractors any access to our network, but they usually need internet access, and this will cater for them too.
there are two floors in the building. I am looking for a wireless device that can support a both the large office floors. I thought to connect a wireless modem router and have access points spread out to allow users to work in different parts of the office.
I will have a policy pushed to users with notebooks so that their wireless is disabled when connected to the physical nic.
Am after a great product that can handle supporting about 120 users (I doubt half that will use this.. but... you never know and best to be safe then sorry). there are so many devices that just crash everytime there is tooo much work happening on them. we will secure the device and provide access to set users.
brands anyone? we are looking at the wireless N devices. any pros and cons also great to hear.
products im looking at are RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N DSL Gateway DGND3300 and the extender Access Points are Wireless-N Access Point WN802T. not sure if this is good. interested in knowing if anyone knows the modem router can support multiple APs, or if you can bounce of the AP's other AP's. even better any tech that best fits my requirements.