SMB Wireless Unified Controller For Max 128 Access Points with AAA Hotspot, Multi WAN Load Balancing and Fail Over
Apollo AWG-5000 is a medium-size Unified Controller by AADONA to manage and monitor wireless network and users. It is based on CAPWAP protocol and supports multi-ISP access, Link Load Balancing, Ethernet backup, Ethernet superimpose. AWG-5000 supports policy routing, VPN and DHCP. It provides smart flow control, varied user management functions, and multiple authentication options.
AWG-5000 Unified controller is best suited to provide highly efficient and reliable network connectivity for hotels, small enterprises, Internet bars, and shopping malls. It can manage and monitor wireless access points in centralized and distributed deployment modes. Administrator can manage/monitor client traffic in centralized/gateway mode. AWG-5000 provides an intuitive dashboard to monitor controller statistics and user traffic.
AWG-5000 provides a reliable wireless coverage solution that is cost-efficient and convenient.
Multiple WAN ports and routing functions
AWG-5000 supports multiple Gigabit WAN ports with PPPoE/DHCP/Static IP configuration each of them. It supports multiple ISP connections with load balancing option. In centralized deployment mode it supports 128 concurrent users. AWG-5000 supports Ethernet Superimpose, multiple ISP network connections to avoid bandwidth overloading and Ethernet backup/fail-over to recover the dropped WAN link to ensure a smooth running network. AWG-5000 supports policy-based routing function where administrators can configure the network based on IP/MAC/Domain/Interface policies.
AWG-5000 supports smart QoS based on ports, individual users, user groups and user applications. It allows bandwidth control and dispatch by tunnel or by application. AWG-5000 provides a variety of functions including multiple queuing mechanisms (priority queuing, low latency queuing, custom queuing, weighted queuing), congestion avoidance, traffic policing, traffic shaping and priority marking, ensuring different service for different users and applications.
Varied security mechanisms
AWG-5000 supports a variety of security mechanism, like TCP/UDP/ICMP Flooding, IP/MAC/URL/Web filtering, Ping of Death and other related threats. It also extends protection to every port of the controller and enable the ports to provide DoS/DDoS attack protection, traffic monitoring, Uniform Resource Locator (URL) filtering, and application layer filtering. It also supports user management and password protection. Users of different levels can be assigned with different configuration authorities. Administrator can create blacklist and whitelist per SSID basis. Administrator can redirect URL/domain to the desired destination. AWG-5000 supports IP-MAC binding for secure access and can allow only MAC-bound terminals to access the internet.
Multiple authentication options
AWG-5000 supports web page authentication, PPPoE authentication, IP and MAC authentication. Web page authentication includes social media authentication and one-time password authentication. Users can configure captive portal as per their requirement and can also display advertisements on client devices for monetary purposes. Administrator can configure few special IP addresses as free authentication IP addresses, which can bypass the authentication process and access the internet. AWG-5000 also works as a PPPoE server, administrator can create PPPoE account, password, bandwidth and valid time, to realize PPPoE billing function.
Remote Maintenance and Auto firmware upgrade
Administrator can access into AWG-5000 management interface page remotely from any location, to manage and maintain the wireless access points and WLAN network efficiently and conveniently. AWG-5000 can automatically upgrade to the new released firmware version and easily recover the system through importing and exporting configuration files. It also supports a scheduled reboot or power off which can be configured as a timely regular task of a one-time temporary task.
Access points management
Access points receive IP address from built-in DHCP Server which can assign the IP address for wireless AP automatically when AP is connected to AWG-5000 controller in same network. Administrator can assign a different IP pool in controller DHCP server for access points. AWG-5000 auto-detects the wireless AP and supports configuration of single AP or an AP cluster. AWG-5000 can centrally manage SSID password, mode, channel, RF power, coverage threshold and can reboot, reset or upgrade firmware remotely for efficient maintenance.
AWG-5000 supports VPN dial up, DNS Proxy, IP address translation and user behavior management.
|Dimensions (mm)||247 x 153 x 30|
|10/100 /1000Base-T port||1|
|Console port (RJ-45)||N/A|
|Local||External power adapter Input: 100～240V AC , Output: 12 V DC|
|Maximum power consumption||<15W|
|RF port||Built-in 2.4 GHz 4 dBi antenna and 5 GHz 5 dBi antenna|
|Working frequency band||802.11a/n: 5.150 GHz to 5.850 GHz
802.11b/g/n: 2.4 GHz to 2.483 GHz
5.150GHz to 5.250GHz
5.250GHz to 5.350GHz
5.725GHz to 5.850GHz
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
2.4G: 23dBm (Per Chain)
5G: 23dBm (Per Chain)
(Note: final output power compliance to deployment regulation might be different)
|Power adjustment granularity||1 dBm|
|Working/Storage temperature||–0°C to +50°C
–40°C to +70°C
|Working/Storage RH||5% to 95% (non-condensing)|
|Warranty||3 Year Default + 2 Year Extended, Total 5 Year|
|Product positioning||Indoor dual-frequency|
|Working frequency band||2.4 GHz and 5 GHz|
|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|
|RF environment scanning||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|
|40 MHz bundling||Yes|
|300 Mbps (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, TKIP, and CCMP encryption|
|MAC address 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|
|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|
|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|
|Switching between the fat and thin modes||An AP working in thin mode can switch to 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|
|Dual-image (dual-OS) backup mechanism||Yes|
|Cloud *||Cloud server is hosted in the US, India hosting will be done in 2021.|
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