Linksys Wap4400n Configuration



The WAP4400N can use a single Ethernet connection for both power and data, so there's no need to use the included power adapter if there are no nearby outlets. Also, VoIP and video applications won't suffer from other network data demands thanks to Linksys' QoS (quality of service) features that give signal priority to voice and video quality. Hi, I am using outdate version of firmware 1.2.8-ETSI, I only have problem with must power cycle sometimes, if we using with heavy transfer upload/download like torrent. My question, if i upgrade to latest firmware version 1.2.19 does it fix my problem? If this firmware much more worst which vers. Thank you for posting. There are two different versions of firmware for the WAP4400N, one is for devices in Europe and it will not load on a North American WAP4400N. WAP4400NR1.2.19-ETSI09112008.img (ETSI = Europe) WAP4400NR1.2.8.img (North America) Make sure that you dowload the correct version for your device. Sorry about the. Linksys WAP4400N setup. RPEREZ335 asked on 2008-10-10. Wireless Hardware; 7 Comments. Last Modified: 2013-11-09. I have a linksys wap4400n access point which I cannot access its web based setup and the disk doesnt help at all. I want to access it to secure it. Linksys declares that WAP4400N (FCC ID: Q87-WAP4400N) is limited in CH1CH11 for 2.4 GHz by specified firmware controlled in U.S.A. Safety Notices Caution: To reduce the risk of fire, use only No.26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord.

With the growth in high bandwidth applications, such as storage and video in the work place, network performance is essential. Wireless technology is no longer lagging behind wired performance. The introduction of the Linksys Business Series WAP4400N wireless Access Point answers the growing business' need for access, speed, and security.

The Linksys Wireless-N Access Point lets you connect Wireless-N (802.11n), Wireless-G (802.11g) or Wireless-B (802.11b) devices to your wired network so you can add PCs to the network with no cabling hassle. Power over Ethernet support makes it easy to install - you can mount the Access Point anywhere, even without ready access to a power plug. With appropriate Power Over Ethernet support at the other end, you only need to run one cable to the Access Point to deliver both data and power. Of course, you can also use the included AC adapter if your installation point has power available nearby.

Additional Information

  • Operating System: Linux

Quality of Service:

  • 4 queues
  • WMM Wireless priority
General Information
Product Line

Business

Product Model

WAP4400N

Technical Information
Wireless LAN Standard

IEEE 802.11n

Firmware
Total Number of Antennas

3

Wireless Transmission Speed

300 Mbit/s

Interfaces/Ports
Ethernet Technology

Gigabit Ethernet

Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports

1

Physical Characteristics
Height
Linksys

5.2'

Depth

7.8'

Weight (Approximate)

13.44 oz

Miscellaneous
Linksys wap4400n configuration password
Package Contents
  • WAP4400N Wireless-N Access Point With POE
  • User Guide on CD-ROM
  • Ethernet Network Cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Product Stands
  • Registration Card

Linksys Wap4400n Manual

Warranty
Limited Warranty

Wap4400n Setup

3 Year

Wap4400n Firmware

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Wap4400nOct 1, 2010

I have 2 WAP4400Ns that were manufactured in July 2007. I've experienced some problems with dropped connections even with a strong signal over the years but recently, I've had long stretches where I cannot connect wirelessly to either unit. It works for a few hours then can't connect for half the day. I have no problem connecting to their admin pages over the LAN, just wirelessly. I look at the units and the power light is steady green while the Ethernet and wireless lights flicker rapidly. This looks no different when I can connect and when I can't. Connectivity doesn't depend on location; I can put my laptop right next to one of the units when they are malfunctioning and still can't connect. I tried changing the broadcast channel but it seems to have no effect. I rentered the WEP key that I have used for years and it doesn't have any effect. Settings are pretty much factory except for changing the IP address of one of them (so they can be in the same LAN) and customizing the SSIDs and security keys.