- Indoor wifi access for mobile devices, laptops, iPhone, etc.
- PoE so we can put it up in ceiling for best wifi coverage wo/running electrical wiring .
- Radius authentication (since it's the strongest security)
- Documented high throughput even w/several dozen MAC address connections.
- Need a true access point (not a router).
The reason for meraki, Aruba, ruckus, etc are advanced features and density. For 30 devices and the rest of your information given, I would lean toward ubiquity. My first choice with them is the ap-pro
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