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Check out the link on the EnGenius Help Center: https://helpcenter.engeniustech.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004250388-What-is-the-difference-between-Mesh-AP-and-Mesh-Point-
The 802.11ac protocol has a number of enhancements that have been implemented in multiple phases. Wider Channel Widths 80 MHz channels (contiguous) 160 MHz channels (contiguous or two non-contiguous 80 MHz slices) 256-QAM (Quadrature amplitude modulation) Provides a 33% increase in throughput over the 64-QAM used in 11n Downlink Multi-user MIMO Allows 1 AP to transmit unique data to multiple stations simultaneously Up to 8 spatial streams Compared to a maximum of 4 spatial streams in 11n Up to 8 spatial streams in both single-user and multi-user modes No more than 4 spatial streams per station in multi-user mode Other Enhancements Single sounding & feedback format for beam forming (as opposed to multiple, incompatible formats in 11n) Coexistence mechanisms Independent virtual carrier sense in sub-channels
Topic 1: Powering an 802.3af device through the PoE output port of the EWS860AP access point. Scenario: A user/installer would like to power an IP camera through the PoE output port of the EWS860AP access point. Answer: It is possible to power an 802.3af device through the PoE output port of the EWS860AP but the EWS860AP must be powered using the EPE-48GR proprietary PoE injector that comes with the EWS860AP.
Some EnGenius devices do not have a reset button on the unit itself. The reset button is instead located on the PoE injector that comes with the AP. Below is a list of those devices: EWS860AP ENH1750EXT ENH900EXT ENH710EXT ENH220EXT Please add to the list if there are other EnGenius devices that do not have the reset button on the casing.