Juniper Networks WLA Series Spectrum Analysis Module - license - 4 access p

Mfg.Part: WLC-SPECTRUM-U4 | CDW Part: 2521182 | UNSPSC: 43232804
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  • 4 access points
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  • License
  • 4 access points
The WLA Series comes with complete security and networking services, along with advanced performance and scalability features which enable the access points to offload controllers by inspecting and forwarding traffic locally and performing encryption and security enforcement at the access point. The WLA Series also provides band steering, client load balancing, dynamic authorization, quality of service (QoS), bandwidth controls and dynamic call admission control (CAC) - all of which combine to ensure a more consistent user experience as traffic is more evenly distributed across controllers, access points, and radios. This also improves scalability, providing the same consistent user experience for thousands of mobile users and devices.

The WLA Series is simple to deploy and can easily be configured and managed remotely. Once installed, the WLA Series access points automatically monitor the data integrity and radio frequency (RF) signal strength of wireless channels, and continually tune for optimal RF channel and transmit power. Continuous scanning of the RF spectrum also allows early detection, classification, avoidance and remediation of performance degrading interference sources.

WLA Series access points enforce stringent prioritization of delay sensitive traffic for voice and other critical applications and provide granular quality of service (QoS), and bandwidth management capabilities on a per application, per user or per SSID basis. Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) or SpectraLink Voice Priority (SVP) can be configured to ensure optimal QoS for voice traffic. Access point policies allow per user, protocol or class-of-service (CoS) mapping.

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