NETGEAR ProSAFE WAC730 Business 3×3 Dual Band 802.11ac Wireless Access Point (WAC730-100NAS)

May 17, 2017 - Comment

The NETGEAR WAC730 ProSAFE Wireless Access Point is a high-performance dual band 802.11ac AP supporting up to an aggregate throughput of 1.3 Gbps (450 Mbps for 2.4GHz and 1.3 Gbps 802.11ac for 5GHz) with standalone and Ensemble management for centralized group management of up to 10 APs. WAC730 Business AP operates in either standalone mode

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The NETGEAR WAC730 ProSAFE Wireless Access Point is a high-performance dual band 802.11ac AP supporting up to an aggregate throughput of 1.3 Gbps (450 Mbps for 2.4GHz and 1.3 Gbps 802.11ac for 5GHz) with standalone and Ensemble management for centralized group management of up to 10 APs. WAC730 Business AP operates in either standalone mode with an intuitive user interface or in Ensemble mode for centralized group management of up to 10 APs. It is perfectly positioned for customers demanding high throughput, ultra-superior performance, and extensive coverage deployment for Small and Medium Enterprises, K-12, and Hospitalities.

Product Features

  • Business class Wireless Access Point with superior 3×3 Dual Band 802.11ac performance (up to 1.7 Gbps)
  • Flexible Quad Mode management (standalone, Ensemble, Controller, and Business Central cloud)
  • Ensemble mode centrally manages up to 10 APs with no additional hardware or software
  • 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) support for ease of deployment (PoE switch & AC/DC power adapter are not included)
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY, LIFETIME Next Business Day Replacement, LIFETIME Advanced Tech Support via chat.

Comments

Consumer#827395728 says:

Went from terrible service (once) to….. Great Product, Great Company, Great Buy, and Great staff! I normally don’t write reviews unless a product is either extremely worth having, or the complete opposite. In this case, I must admit that I will never purchase a Netgear device in my entire life, again. 

Peter says:

Expensive but absolutely worth the money These routers are expensive but they are a clearly build to last – and they just work.I have a lot of experience with wireless networks and I have used many different devices all with a lot of complications. When I was in need of an extended network with two routers to cover the house I first tried Apple Airport but they were unstable and did not hand over the signal when I move around in the house.Then I purchased two WAC730 and installed them in the ceiling and set up a joint network which is quite easy with the software installed in the routers and now I have full coverage all over the house and even in the backyard on the 5 Mhz net. I only use the 5 Mhz as it is by far the fastest so simply avoid connecting at all to the 2.4 Ghz and it will work without any problem.It is $700 for two routers, but think about how much you use the network everyday and how much time you have to spend on less developed systems – it is well worth the money

Merrill Shatzman says:

Replaced a linksys WRT1900AC that would randomly drop connections. … Replaced a linksys WRT1900AC that would randomly drop connections. This netgear has been rock solid so far. Using a POE switch, but have an external power source, 12vadapters “12 Volt DC – 2.5 Amp UL-Listed (12V, 2.5A) Power Supply”, that also seems to fit the power port of the access point.

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