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Brand: Dell

Category: Wireless Access Point

Type: Specifications

Model: Dell W-IAP134 , Dell W-IAP135

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Dell Networking W-IAP134  

and W-IAP135 Instant Access Points

Dell Networking W-IAP134 and W-IAP135 are 802.11n based instant access points (IAPs) 
that delivers enterprise grade Wi-Fi network with affordability and simplicity of an entry 
level Wi-Fi network. 

The W-IAP134 features two 3x3 MIMO dual-band 2.4-GHz/5-
GHz radios with the interface to connect external antennas 
while the W-IAP135 features the same radios with integrated 
internal antennas. Both delivers data rate of 450Mbit/s per 
radio and are built to provide years of trouble-free operation 
and are backed by a Extended Lifetime Warranty. 

Virtual controller technology

The virtual controller technology in Networking 
W-IAP134/135 delivers enterprise grade controller capabilities 
without needing a separate access point controller. The 
virtual controller in a single IAP is capable of controlling 
multiple number of other IAPs in a network that are either 
local or dispersed across multiple locations. Like a dedicated 
controller an IAP is able to perform key tasks such as AP auto 
discovery, 802.1X authentication, role- and device-based 
policy enforcement, rogue detection as well as specialized 
Adaptive Radio Management (ARM) that optimizes Wi-Fi 
client behavior by making sure that IAPs stay clear of RF 
interference. When multiple IAPs are connected together, 
a single IAP acts as a primary virtual controller. In the event 
of primary virtual controller failure, another W-Series IAP in 
a chain automatically takes on the role with no disruption 
to services. Scalability of IAP network is bounded by Layer-2 
network design best practices. However, for W-IAP92/93 
based networks the maximum limit is sixteen.

Ease of deployment

W-IAP is designed to be up and running in minutes. From 
a laptop, simply connect wirelessly to perform over-the-air 
provisioning in quick easy steps. To expand the network, 
simply add more W-IAPs—configuration is automatically 
uploaded to new units. You can dedicate one radio in a dual-
radio W-IAPs to form a wireless mesh type of network and 
eliminate cabling between W-IAPs.

Management and visibility 

Multiple W-IAP networks can be securely and centrally 
managed by Dell Networking W-Series AirWave software 
management suite, allowing W-IAPs to operate in hundreds 

of remote locations. With W-Series AirWave, IT has real-time 
visibility into users, mobile devices, Wired and Wireless LANs 
infrastructure all from a single management console. 

In addition, Dell also offers the OpenManage Network 
Manager 5.0 (OMNM 5.0) management software that is an 
easy-to-use, web-based management interface tool that 
can be customized. OMNM 5.0 delivers support for the full 
line of Dell Networking products, including Networking and 
W-Series wireless devices and offers enhanced features 
for traffic flow analysis, deployment, monitoring, and 
management. OMNM 5.0 comes with ten free licenses.  
Each IAP based network uses one license, you can use 
remaining nine licenses to use for your other devices.

Investment protection

As WLAN requirements expand, PowerConnect W-IAP can 
be re-imaged as an 802.11n campus AP and migrate to 
a centralized Mobility Controller architecture capable of 
supporting hundreds and thousands of APs. Firmware to 
covert IAP to campus AP is available upon request. In addition 
to providing WLAN access, campus APs in a centralized, 
controller architecture can provide wireless intrusion 
protection and powerful spectrum analysis capabilities. 

Ultra high performance  
900 Mbps 802.11n access 
point, with built in virtual 
controller offering simplic-
ity, manageability and access 
point clustering capability.