Assuming a full Pakedge network installation with RK1 router and SX switches, wouldn't BakPak have already been setup from within the RK1, and it being used as the Patroller? This makes more sense to me. In this case, would the first WA-2200 just be another device in the already existing BakPak site? Or, do you really prefer the BakPak account be setup from within the WA-2200? If yes, does the WA-2200 have enough horsepower to be the Patroller for a large project?
Hi Andrew, what is your email address? We can answer all your questions in one comprehensive email.
Is it possible to setup a multiple WA-2200 system without Internet access? We are very often installing the network rack, router, switches, and access points before the home owner has moved into the home. This means we do not always have Internet and cable service yet activated. With NK1 and WK access points, we could still get the WiFi portion of the network pre-configured without Internet, and then continue testing later when Internet service is brought to the home. Is this not possible with the new WA-2200 devices?
So, the WK2 is better from a "technology standpoint" than the WA-2200? Will there be a WA-3300 (3x3) coming out soon?
Our could you post a response here since this is a question lots of us have?
Very cool! I can't wait to start using the WA-2200
This is why we are dropping Pakedge WAP's. Every time we go to upgrade an in-ceiling WAP it takes a major renovation. Make all of the in ceiling WAP's with the same backbox/size/profile. This is the 3rd size change for WAPs in a year, this is ridiculous. We are out.