If the Relay2 Access Point loses connection to the Relay2 Cloud due to Internet
unpredictable performance or Relay2 Cloud outage because of scheduled
maintenance, the WiFi connected clients will still be able to access the backend
network or Internet. Management of the Access Points via the Relay2 Cloud will be
lost until Relay2 Access Point restored its connection to Cloud.
You may manage and configure your Relay2 Access Points through the Relay2
Cloud-based NMS. Some low level networking configuration may can only be
performed via the console port or by SSH. Such as changing the default
configuration or primary management ethernet interface to use static IP address,
taged with specific VLAN ID, and etc.
Yes. Relay2 AP supports specific USB cellular dongle (E3276s-862). Please contact
our sales team for more detail. Relay2 is also planning embedded 4G/LTE AP model
in the future roadmap.
Yes. 802.1q VLAN is supported.
Yes. User can use command line interface (CLI) to configure static IP. CLI is
accessible by using serial console port or SSH connection.
Please refer to user guide or contact support engineer for further detail.
No. Mesh topology is currently not supported.
Yes. Client roaming is supported and has been extensively tested
WEP, WPA（psk/802.1x), WPA2（psk/802.1x), WPA/WPA2（psk/802.1x), Portal,
Yes but only PoE+ (802.3at) is supported.
Maximum power consumption of the RA300 AP is 24W.
Relay2 Access Points are certified by US (FCC), China (CMIIT), Japan (TELEC),
RA320 FCC ID： 2AAA9-RA320
RA320 NCC ID: CCAM20LP0850T0
RA320 TELEC ID: R210-138761
RA320 VCCI ID: CV20030710
RA340 FCC ID: 2AAA9-RA340
RA340 NCC ID: CCAJ19LP67A0T8
RA345 NCC ID: CCAJ19LP67A2T2
RA340 TELEC ID: R210-138902
RA340 VCCI ID: CV20030711
Yes. Relay2 AP will check for new firmware during reboot and upgrade
automatically. This feature can be disabled by user configuration.
Yes, please contact our sales team for details.
Yes, Relay2 have three models of 802.11ac Access Points:
RA320: Indoor 2×2 802.11ac wave-2 AP
RA340: Indoor 4×4 802.11ac wave-2 AP
RA340-128GB: Indoor 4×4 802.11ac wave-2 AP with embedded 128GB SSD
RA345: Indoor 4×4 802.11ac wave-2 AP with radio scanner
RA820E: Outdoor 2×2 802.11ac AP with Scanner
RA830E: Outdoor 3×3 802.11ac AP
Relay2 AP can be upgraded through Relay2 Cloud-based NMS.
Only outdoor model Relay2 AP with external antennas can be used with extension
cables for a wide range of antenna configurations.
Yes, Relay2 AP collects client RSSI data and integrate with 3 rd party application for
Yes, it does. It can provide different levels of access for different roles.
Yes. Rogue AP detection is supported.
Relay2 has paid special attention to roaming optimization. Our radio engineers
optimized roaming algorithms for the best possible performance in the challenging
real-world environments. Additionally, aided-roaming thresholds can be tuned by
your support engineer for non-typical deployments to suit your needs.
Not direct support but can support currently, but RADIUS is supported.
No. Relay2 AP were designed as a cloud-based management and virtual controller
Relay2 Access Points are designed for enterprise-class security standard of the
Enterprise WLAN industry. Standard Enterprise secured WLAN CAPWAP protocol is
used for the communication between the Access Points and the Cloud.