Aruba AP-367 (RW) Outdoor AP, 802.11n/ac AP with 2x2:2 MU-MIMO, dual radio JX973A
JX973A is an entry-level outdoor and warehouse connectivity with Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac Wave 2). Multi-functional 360 Series 802.11ac Wave 2 outdoor access points deliver cost-effective wireless connectivity to mobile and IoT devices in a wide range of outdoor and warehouse environments.
- Deliver gigabit Wi-Fi to outdoor and extreme environments.
- 1.2 Gbps of maximum throughput
- WPA3 and Enhanced Open security
- Patented ClientMatch technology resolves sticky client issues and optimizes Wave 2 performance
- AI-powered AirMatch automates RF optimization
- IoT-ready with integrated Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
- Participates in Aruba’s Dynamic Segmentation solution
Zero Touch Provisioning
APs can be factory-shipped and zero-touch provisioned through Aruba Central or AirWave using a cloud-based service to reduce deployment time, centralize configuration, and manage inventory.
Advanced Cellular Coexistence (ACC)
Minimizes interference from 3G/4G LTE cellular networks, distributed antenna systems (DAS), and commercial small cell or femtocell equipment
Hardened, industrial design
Extends the temperature range capabilities of indoor access points for environments that lack heating and cooling. It also provides sealed connector interfaces to protect against dust and moisture
FLEXIBLE OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT
A unique feature of Aruba APs is the ability to operate in either controller-less (Instant) or controller-based mode
Controller-less (Instant) mode
In controller-less mode, one AP serves as a virtual controller for the entire network.
Mobility Controller mode
For optimized network performance, roaming, and security, APs tunnel all traffic to a mobility controller for centrally managed traffic forwarding and segmentation, data encryption, and policy enforcement.
Available management solutions include Aruba Central (cloud-managed) or Aruba AirWave – a multi-vendor on-premises management solution.
2.4-GHz (300 Mbps max) and 5-GHz (867 Mbps max) radios, each with 2x2 MIMO and integrated omnidirectional antennas.