Enterprise Wireless


The AOI-1300-B is a series of new-generation 802.11ac-based high-performance gigabit outdoor wireless access points (APs) by AADONA under the APOLLO series for enterprise users.

The AOI-1300-B uses GE ports as its uplink ports for access, which breaks through the limitations of FE ports and enables wireless multimedia applications to come true.

While completely taking into consideration important factors, such as wireless network security, radio frequency (RF) control, mobile access, quality of service (QoS) guarantee, and seamless roaming, the AOI-1300-B may be used with APOLLO wireless ACs to perform data forwarding, security, and access control of wireless users.

The AOI-1300-B operates in a 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz band and employs technologies such as multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), providing a data transmission rate of at most 400 Mbps on 2.4GHz band and 867Mbps on 5GHz band.

The AOI-1300-B employs industrial standard components. Its IP67 casing is solid, waterproof, and dustproof, enabling the device to suit an adverse outdoor environment. Along with a high-gain outdoor antenna, the AOI-1300-B provides customers with a choice for constructing a high-performance and high-coverage wireless network. The AOI-1300-B is a series of high-rate wireless APs preferred in various outdoor application environments for purposes such as campus WLAN access, campus coverage, and operators’ hot spot coverage.

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High-Performance and High-Reliability Wireless Network
High-speed wireless broadband access The AOI-1300-B supports the 802.11abgn/ac standard and may operate in a 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz band. It provides an access bandwidth up to 1.267Gbps.
GE ports for wired connections GE ports are used as uplink ports for access, which break through the limitations of conventional FE ports, so that wired ports are no longer a bottleneck of wireless access rates, offering a platform for a smooth upgrade to support higher rates and more RF portfolios in the future.
High-performance RF characteristics Professional optimized design is employed for the RF module of the AOI-1300-B, so that a single antenna port supports 27 dB transmit power at all rate levels, thereby improving wireless coverage in high-rate access scenarios.
Automatic emergency mechanism of APs In a centralized network architecture where thin APs and a wireless AC are deployed, the APs will be unable to operate normally when the wireless AC is down and then the entire wireless network will crash. APOLLO wireless APs support an automatic emergency mechanism that enables an AP to intelligently detect links. When detecting that the wireless AC is down, the AP quickly switches its operating mode so that it may continue to forward data while enabling new users to access the network. This mechanism attains high availability in the entire wireless network and allows wireless users to be online always.
Broad operating temperature range Thanks to deliberate hardware design and the selection of dedicated components operating in a broad temperature range, APOLLO smart APs may operate in an environment with its temperature ranging from -40°C to 65°C.
Wireless Network with Intelligent Control and Automatic Perception
Only 11n access control mechanism Since 802.11n is downward compatible with the 802.11a/b/g protocol, generally 802.11a/b/g users can also access an 802.11n wireless access device. When this compatibility is provided, however, users with 802.11n access capability will experience performance degradation to a certain extent. On APOLLO smart APs, a certain RF channel may be set to only 11n access mode so that 802.11n users have guaranteed bandwidths. For some 802.11n wireless access devices capable of simultaneously providing dual frequencies for user access, it is recommended that the 5 GHz RF channel be set to only 11n access mode to guarantee a high-speed bandwidth and access performance of 802.11n access users; while the 2.4 GHz RF channel be set to compatible access mode to guarantee normal access of original 802.11b/g users.
Intelligent RF management APOLLO smart APs may be used with a wireless AC to perform automatic power and channel adjustment. They employ particular RF detection and management algorithms to attain a better RF coverage effect. When the signals of an AP are interfered by strong external signals, the AP may automatically switch to an appropriate operating channel under the control of the AC to avoid such interference, thereby guaranteeing wireless network communications. The system also supports wireless network blackhole compensation. When an AP on the network accidentally stops operating, the RF management function of the AC compensates the resulting blind area of signals so that the wireless network can still operate normally.
Intelligent control of terminals based on airtime fairness When some outdated 802.11b and 802.11g terminals are connected to a wireless network or some clients are far away from APs, negotiation rates will be low, causing a large number of users to experience a long WLAN access delay, low rates, or poor overall AP performance. The AP performance challenge in a low-rate terminal access environment, however, cannot be resolved by simply configuring rate control and traffic shaping. APOLLO smart APs have essentially resolved this challenge by using intelligent control of terminals based on airtime fairness, ensuring that a user can always enjoy WLAN experience in the same location, no matter what type of the client device is used.
The intelligent control of terminals based on airtime fairness greatly improves the performance of both the client and the entire network. It enables all clients with high data transmission rates to attain strikingly higher performance while low-rate clients are almost not affected at all. The performance will be even more obviously higher on an open wireless network. Once high-rate clients finish data transmission, fewer clients will be transmitting data on the wireless network. In this case, there will be less contention and retry on the network, thereby greatly improving overall AP performance.
Intelligent load balancing mechanism In general, a wireless client will select an AP according to the signal strength of APs. When this uncontrolled access mode is applied, however, a large number of clients could be connected to the same AP simply because the AP provides strong signals. As more clients are connected to an AP, the bandwidth available to each client will be less, thereby affecting user experience. APOLLO wireless products support diversified intelligent load balancing:
1. AP load balancing based on traffic
2. AP load balancing based on the number of users
3. AP load balancing based on frequency bands
4. Access control based on signal strength of terminals
5. Mandatory roaming control of terminals to direct terminals to APs with stronger signals
Intelligent identification of terminals APOLLO smart APs may be used with APOLLO wireless ACs and a unified authentication platform to intelligently identify the size, system type, and type of each terminal; and comprehensively support mainstream smart terminal operating systems, such as Apple iOS, Android, and Windows. They intelligently identify the size of a terminal and adaptively present a portal authentication page of the corresponding size and page pattern, freeing users from multiple times of dragging to adjust the screen and enabling users to enjoy more intelligent wireless experience. They can also intelligently identify the system type of each terminal and display the system OS such as Windows, MAC OS, or Android on the unified authentication platform, exhibiting every detail of intelligence to users. In addition, they can intelligently identify the type of each terminal such as the mobile phone, tablet, or PC, and implement dynamic policy control of terminals according to different types of the terminals, making possible more intelligent user control with fine granularity.
Comprehensive support for IPv4/v6 dual-stack networks Powered by APOLLO cutting-edge IPv6 technology, APOLLO smart APs may be deployed on an IPv6 network, with IPv6 tunnels established through auto-negotiation between a wireless AC and an AP. When the wireless AC and the AP completely operate in IPv6 mode, the wireless AC can still correctly identify IPv4 terminals and process IPv4 packets from wireless clients. Featuring flexible adaptability to IPv4/6, APOLLO smart APs cater to complex applications involved in migration from an IPv4 network to an IPv6 network. They not only provide IPv4 service to customers on an IPv6 network but also enable users on an IPv4 network to log in to the network through the IPv6 protocol at ease.
Network-wide seamless roaming APOLLO wireless ACs support an advanced wireless AC cluster technology to support network-wide seamless roaming, the continuity of real-time mobile services is well guaranteed.
Secured Wireless Network
User isolation policy APOLLO wireless APs support the isolation of wireless users from one another. If this user isolation function is enabled, two wireless clients cannot directly communicate with each other but can only access an upstream wired network. This further guarantees the security of wireless network applications.
Wireless intrusion detection and intrusion defense APOLLO wireless APs support wireless intrusion detection and intrusion defense features, such as detection of unauthorized wireless devices, intrusion detection, blacklist, and white list, thereby improving security management of an entire wireless network.
Wireless user management at a fine granularity Each AP supports a maximum of 32 WLANs to implement multi-layer multi-service management of wireless users at a fine granularity. Each WLAN supports access control and uplink/downlink rate limit based on MAC or IP addresses. These WLANs may be bound to virtual local area networks (VLANs). In addition, different authentication and accounting policies can be implemented. This feature is practically significant in a multi-WLAN environment.
Secure user admission APOLLO smart APs may be used with wireless ACs to provide multiple secure access, authentication, and accounting mechanisms for various application environments. These mechanisms include:
1. 802.1x authentication
2. Captive portal authentication, including built-in portal, external portal, and custom portal authentication modes
3. MAC address authentication
4. LDAP authentication
5. WAPI encryption and authentication
6. Wired/wireless integrated authentication and accounting
Wireless SAVI APOLLO wireless network products support a source address validation (SAVI) technology to deal with spoofed packet attacks that keep emerging in today’s campus networks. As users’ IP addresses are obtained through an address allocation protocol, users access the Internet using correct addresses in subsequent applications and cannot spoof others’ IP addresses, thereby guaranteeing the reliability of source addresses. In addition, the SAVI technology is combined with a portal technology to further guarantee the authenticity and security of packets of all users accessing the Internet.
PEAP user authentication With the popularity and application of smart terminals, wireless terminal users require authentication mechanisms of higher usability and convenience. Using a mechanism that combines portal authentication and MAC address authentication, APOLLO wireless network products support Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP) authentication to attain a better user experience. Initially, a user needs to manually perform portal authentication and later the user gets authenticated through PEAP in automatic mode. APOLLO wireless network products feature high terminal adaptation and provide good authentication compatibility. They adapt to the majority of WLAN terminals. APOLLO wireless network products are compatible with existing portal authentication modes.
Secure access mechanism An AP is usually deployed in a public area and therefore requires a strict security mechanism to guarantee the legality of access devices. The following secure access mechanisms may be applied between an APOLLO smart AP and a wireless AC: AP MAC address authentication, AP password authentication, Bidirectional digital certificate authentication
Easy-to-Manage Wireless Network
Plug-and-play APOLLO smart APs are able to automatically discover APOLLO wireless ACs. A wireless network function can be enabled on an AP without performing any configuration on the AP at all. The AP can be seamlessly integrated with existing switches, firewalls, authentication servers, and other network devices without changing existing network architecture.
When used with an APOLLO wireless AC, APOLLO smart APs support plug-and-play with zero configuration. The wireless AC undertakes all the management, control, and configuration of the APs. Network administrators do not need to separately manage or maintain a huge number of wireless APs. All actions, such as configuration, firmware upgrade, and security policy updating, are performed uniformly under wireless AC management.
Thin and Fat modes APOLLO smart APs may work in thin or fat mode and can flexibly switch between the thin mode and the fat mode according to network planning requirements. APs working in thin mode are managed by a wireless AC in a centralized manner. System administrators may easily manage the entire network as the states of all the APs are clear at a glance.
Remote probe analysis APOLLO smart APs support a remote probe analysis function, which listens to and captures Wi-Fi packets in the coverage and mirrors them to a local analysis device in real-time to help network administrators better perform troubleshooting or optimization analysis. The remote probe analysis function can perform non-convergence mirroring of a working channel and sampling of all channels in polling mode as well to flexibly meet various wireless network monitoring, operation, and maintenance requirements.


Model Name AOI-1300-B
Product Series APOLLO
Hardware Specifications
Dimensions (mm) 214mmx214mmx67.5mm
Working Frequency 2.4G: 802.11b/g/n
5G: 802.11a/n/ac Wave2
2.4G: Bluetooth
Maximum Data Rate 2.4G: 400Mbps
5G: 867Mbps
Physical Port 1 * 10/100/1000Base-T PoE port for uplink
1 * 10/100/1000Base-T port for downlink, could connect external IoT module
1 * 1000M SFP fiber port
One Bluetooth interface can connect Bluetooth device which can be used for IoT (optional)
PoE 802.3at
Maximum power consumption < 20W
Antenna Internal antenna, 2.4G 10dBi, 5G 10dBi
Working frequency band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
Modulation technology OFDM: BPSK@6/9Mbps, QPSK@12/18Mbps, 16-QAM@24Mbps, 64-QAM@48/54Mbps
DSSS: DBPSK@1Mbps, DQPSK@2Mbps, CCK@5.5/11Mbps
MIMO-OFDM (11n): MCS 0-15 MIMO-OFDM (11ac): MCS 0-9 802.11b: BPSK, QPSK, CCK 802.11a/g/n: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM 802.11ac: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM
Transmit power Maximum 27 dBm for all rate levels and modulation modes
Power adjustment granularity 1 dBm
Working/Storage temperature -40°C to +65°C
-45°C to +80°C
Working/Storage RH 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Protection level IP67
Warranty 3 Year Default + 2 Year Extended, Total 5 Year
Software Specifications
Product positioning Outdoor dual-frequency
Maximum Concurrent Clients 256
Virtual AP (BSSID) 32
Number of spatial streams 2
Dynamic channel adjustment (DCA) Yes
Transmit power control (TPC) Yes
Blind area detection and repair Yes
SSID hiding Yes
RF environment scanning Yes
Hybrid access Yes
Restriction on the number of access users Yes
Link integrity check Yes
Intelligent control of terminals based on airtime fairness Yes
High-density application optimization Yes
11n Enhancements
40 MHz bundling Yes
400Mbps (PHY) Yes
Frame aggregation (A-MPDU) Yes
Maximum likelihood demodulation (MLD) Yes
Transmit beamforming (TxBF) Yes
Maximum ratio combining (MRC) Yes
Space-time block coding (STBC) Yes
Low-density parity-check code (LDPC) Yes
Encryption 64/128 WEP, dynamic WEP, TKIP, and CCMP encryption
802.11i Yes
MAC address authentication Yes
LDAP authentication Yes
PEAP authentication Yes
Protection against DoS attacks Anti-DoS for wireless management packets
Forwarding security Frame filtering, white list, static blacklist, and dynamic blacklist
User isolation AP L2 forwarding suppression
Isolation between Virtual APs (multiple SSIDs)
Periodic SSID enabling and disabling Yes
Access control of free resources Yes
Secure admission control of wireless terminals Secure admission control of wireless terminals based on DCSM
Wireless SAVI Yes
ACL Access control of various data packets such as MAC, IPv4, and IPv6 packets
Secure access control of APs Secure access control of APs, such as MAC authentication, password authentication, or digital certificate authentication between an AP and an AC
IP address setting Static IP address configuration or dynamic DHCP address allocation
IPv6 forwarding Yes
IPv6 portal Yes
Local forwarding Yes
Multicast IGMP Snooping
Roaming Yes
AP switching reference Signal strength, bit error rate, RSSI, S/N, whether neighboring APs are normally operating, etc.
Priority mapping Ethernet port 802.1p identification and marking
Mapping from wireless priorities to wired priorities
QoS policy mapping Mapping of different SSIDs/VLANs to different QoS policies
Mapping of data streams that match with different packet fields to different QoS policies
L2-L4 packet filtering and flow classification Yes: MAC, IPv4, and IPv6 packets
Load balancing Load balancing based on the number of users
Load balancing based on user traffic
Load balancing based on frequency bands
Bandwidth limit Bandwidth limit based on APs
Bandwidth limit based on SSIDs
Bandwidth limit based on terminals
Bandwidth limit based on specific data streams
Call admission control (CAC) CAC based on the number of users
Power saving mode Yes
Automatic emergency mechanism of APs Yes
Intelligent identification of terminals Yes
Wireless network VAS Abundant wireless network VASs; applications based on smart terminals; advertisement push based on site locations; personalized push of the portal
Multicast enhancement Multicast to unicast
Network management Centralized management through an AC; both thin and fat modes
Maintenance mode Both local and remote maintenance
Log function Local logs, Syslog, and log file export
Alarm Yes
Fault detection Yes
Statistics Yes
Switching between the fat and thin modes An AP working in thin mode can switch to the fat mode through a wireless AC;
An AP working in fat mode can switch to the thin mode through a local control port or Telnet.
Remote probe analysis Yes
Watchdog Yes
Cloud * Cloud server is hosted in the US, India hosting will be done in 2021. 


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