We have a office network setup to support up to 20 staff. I'd like to add wifi access to our office network and looking for a reliable Wireless Access Point that can be plugged directly into the RV320 without additional controllers or hardware in between.
We've looked at the Aironet 1700 & 2700 and unsure if these models work directly with the RV320 without additional controllers. Does anyone know first hand?
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Hi, you might wanna look at the WAP300 series (for example WAP 371), these should work perfectly fine for your use case. However, to power them you would still need a power adapter with each access point or put a simple SG100 POE switch in between RV320 and the WAP AP's ;)
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