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VigorAP 912C is a ceiling-mount wireless access point for business networks. It has a capacity of up to 256 concurrent active users, ideal for a high-density environment such as a BYOD workplace. The low-profile appearance and PoE power supply provide the flexibility in deployment.
AC1200Delivers 867 Mbps at 5GHz,300 Mbps at 2.4GHz
256 Active UsersAt Maximum, 128 Per Radio
1 PoE LAN Port10/100/1000M Base-T RJ-45
8 SSIDs4 Per Radio, support 802.1q VLAN
Easily link to other VigorAP to expand the wireless network. Learn more
Simplify the infrastructure by getting data and power through a single cable.
Mapping Wi-Fi clients to different VLANs and have a different set of security standards Learn how
Equalize the transmission time of each client so the legacy devices won't slow everyone down. Learn more
Redirect 5GHz-capable devices to the 5GHz radio to get a faster speed. Learn more
Solve the sticky client problem and improve Wi-Fi roaming experience. Learn more
Schedule Wi-Fi On and Off to control wireless access and save energy.
User profile database for local and external 802.1x authentication.
Market your business and communicate with the guests while offering hospitality WLAN. Learn more
Manage, maintain, and monitor VigorAP 912C from the DrayTek routers. Learn more
VigorAP 912C supports MU-MIMO for high density applications
Disassociate the Wireless clients who are out of the effective transmission range defined by custom Basic Rate or/and RSSI threshold, and force them to pick up another access point with a stronger signal.
Proactively kick out the clients with a low basic rate or low RSSI can prevent the access points trying to do ineffective transmission but saving the airtime, which will results in better WLAN experience for all.
Assisted Roaming is a feature built in all Vigor Access Points and selected Wireless routers. They operate without a wireless controller, providing an ideal solution for simple network deployment.
By using the "Minimum RSSI with Adjacent AP" option, the AP/Router on the same local subnet will exchange client information with each other, providing the choice to disassociate the client only when other AP detecting a stronger signal. Thus to keep the client stayed when there is no other AP nearby.