Positioning a Wireless Router and Other Networking Components with Oberon’s 1016 Wireless Network Cabinet
- Created: Monday, 08 September 2014 00:00
- Written by Scott D. Thompson
In a corporate environment, Internet access and network connectivity are a vital part of day to day business. Even minutes of down time leads to lost productivity. As such, networking components are always locked and secured in a telecommunications room. The Wi-Fi and wireless components of the network present a dilemma, however, in that the wireless end points (access points) need to be out in the open workspace (rather than in a telecom room), yet still secured. In a corporate or campus environment, the access points are often locked and secured in Oberon wireless access point enclosures, providing the dual functionality.