Can the Cpe510 be use for hotspot?

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Can the Cpe510 be use for hotspot?
Can the Cpe510 be use for hotspot?
2015-12-03 08:04:21
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my question is :Can the Cpe510 be use for hotspot?
I guess the answer is yes. But can the "Pharos Control, the Centralized Management System" provide such of things?
Did any body ever try this?
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Re:Can the Cpe510 be use for hotspot?
2015-12-03 08:50:02
Sure yes for hotspot.
For Pharos Control, it can be used to upgrade firmware, reboot, modify wireless settings, monitor the status of all the devices simultaneously and frequently,etc
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2015-12-03 08:50:44

novy wrote

Can the Cpe510 be use for hotspot?

do you know 510 is a 5Ghz device
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2015-12-03 08:53:32

danymarc wrote

do you know 510 is a 5Ghz device


Remind me, so CPE210 is more suitable;)
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provide captive portal?
2015-12-03 16:43:29

winstar wrote

Sure yes for hotspot.
For Pharos Control, it can be used to upgrade firmware, reboot, modify wireless settings, monitor the status of all the devices simultaneously and frequently,etc


Thanks for yout queek answer Winstar.
For the administration it seems great then! But do you thing for the hotspot we will have and present a login page i mean a “captive portal” for users or do i need another tool ?
B.R

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2015-12-03 17:28:49
As I know, CPE has no 'captive portal' function, while TP-Link's EAP series products have 'captive portal' function.
EAP is business indoor AP, so unsimilar as CPE, you can not put it exposed outside with no shelter...

http://www.tp-link.com/en/search/?q=EAP
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not really understand your question danymarc
2015-12-04 00:48:08

danymarc wrote

do you know 510 is a 5Ghz device


What do you mean, please?
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2015-12-04 02:42:44

novy wrote

What do you mean, please?

Do you know what does hotspot mean?
And for whom is your 5GHz hotspot?
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2015-12-04 05:14:06

thaischumi wrote

Do you know what does hotspot mean?
And for whom is your 5GHz hotspot?

Yes sir. I know.
But i not sure that i understand what the equipment does. Are you trying to tell me that the CPE510 is only for backhauls?
And that i will need other rooters to set up the hotspot?
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2015-12-04 06:10:25

novy wrote

Yes sir. I know.

And if you know, Why you want to deploy in the 5Ghz band, only iPhones 5, 6 & 6 plus iPads & new generation Androids, Mac Laps and Windows Laps with 5Ghz USBs are going to link to your hotspot, is That what you really want, if not choose 2.4 Ghz devices, everyone will connect, old & new generation devices
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2015-12-04 06:35:50

danymarc wrote

And if you know, Why you want to deploy in the 5Ghz band, only iPhones 5, 6 & 6 plus iPads & new generation Androids, Mac Laps and Windows Laps with 5Ghz USBs are going to link to your hotspot, is That what you really want, if not choose 2.4 Ghz devices, everyone will connect, old & new generation devices


I was thinking about the range. I did read that 5 Ghz equipment has smaller range than 2.4 but on the tp-link site they say that the CPE510 can transmit over 5km ever 15km. That is why i am interesting in 5ghz equipment. By the way i am know expert i just trying to understand and learn and see if i can come up with a little project. Thank you for helping.
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