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EnGenius ENH700EXT N600 Long-Range Dual Radio Wireless Outdoor Access Point

  • 300Mbps per radio Wireless Data Rates
  • IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n IEEE 802.3/3u/3ab
  • Ethernet Port
  • 2.400 to 2.484 GHz 5.15 ~ 5.35GHz, 5.47 ~ 5.725GHz, 5.725~5.825GHz

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  • newegg Exceptional Performance ENH700EXT is an EnGenius X-treme SMB Long-Range, Dual Radio (2.4 and 5GHz) 802.11n Wireless Outdoor Access Point / Client Bridge. With up to 300Mbps wireless data rate on each radio, it provides a much more versatile and expansive solution for outdoor Wi-Fi connectivity for laptop computers, tablet PCs and smartphones or for connecting other buildings to an established company network. Up to 500mW transmit power expands the overall coverage area of the network enabling users to roam and work farther from their offices as necessary or required.
  • newegg Various Modes The ENH700EXT can be configured in a number of different modes giving VARs, system integrators, IT managers, and installers the ability to configure the device for discrete functionality based on their unique network topology or scalable needs. With two onboard radios, each can be configured into different operation modes independently, thus the ENH700EXT adds an additional layer of flexibility that single-band Access Points do not offer. This includes the ability to establish a backbone (backhaul) network using the 5GHz radio between separate buildings in a campus environment while still providing Wi-Fi connectivity to an established Internet account or to a company’s networked resources (databases, storage, printers) for employees, guests or students using their laptops, tablets or smartphones in outdoor venues on the 2.4GHz band.
  • newegg AP Mode In Access Point mode, the ENH700EXT expands the overall bandwidth of an outdoor Wi-Fi solution and users who wish to stream video or transfer large files now have the option to associate to any one of the AP’s up to eight configurable 5GHz SSIDs (Service Set Identifiers) – particularly useful in areas where there may be a preponderance of competing and overlapping 2.4GHz signals from Access Points and devices not affiliated with the company’s network.
  • newegg Powerful Management EnGenius' EZ Controller Access Point Management Software is included with the ENH700EXT so even units that have already been deployed on rooftops or other difficult-to-access locations and other EnGenius APs or Client Bridges in the network can be reconfigured to a different operational mode or upgraded remotely without having to manually reconnect to them or re-install them on site. EZ Controller gives a VAR, system integrator or network administrator the tools to remotely monitor network traffic by Access Point or Bridge, optimize network performance and address any unanticipated downtime from the comfort of their office and thus diminish or in most cases eliminate the need to physically maintain or reconfigure devices at their specific locations.
  • newegg Top Level Security Like other EnGenius business-class networking products, the ENH700EXT provides state-of-the-art, enterprise-grade wireless network encryption and authentication standards including WPA, WPA2, TKIP/AES and IEEE 802.1x RADIUS Authentication. Network administrators can also configure an additional layer of security by mapping each of the ENH700EXT’s SSIDs to a company’s established VLANs. This added feature helps to ensure that only users in specific VLANs are accessing information they have been authorized to access even when they work outside the building or from another building on the corporate campus that has been bridged to a main office via one or more ENH700EXT units. These settings are available upon initial installation with the device’s browser-based Graphical User Interface and through EZ Controller.
  • newegg Rock Solid Housing with IP68 Rating The ENH700EXT’s internal electronics have been mounted in an IP68-rated enclosure, one of the highest waterproof and dustproof ratings available, that is designed to withstand extremely harsh environmental conditions including severe and prolonged exposure to sunlight, extreme cold, frost, snow, rainfall, hail and humidity. The housing of the Access Point also has been manufactured to repel ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. These protective measures make the ENH700EXT an ideal outdoor Wi-Fi solution for virtually any locale or any venue including ski resorts, beach resorts, college and corporate campuses and businesses located in snowy, rainy or sunny and arid climates.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
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  • A. F.
  • 3/29/2015 6:09:35 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsEnGenius-NEVER AGAIN!!!

Pros: I’ve been purchasing EnGenius branded products for many years now, a large quantity, all from NewEgg. I have bought many different items from their product line with Really Good Results. The ERB300H, ESR300H, ESR300/350, ESR600, ENH202, ENH500 and others, ALL GOOD UNITS. I’ve had a few DOA’s over the years & I just send them back for replacement through NewEgg. I’ve only had one failure beyond the 30 day return limit & that was an ENH202 that died after 4 months. It took a while to convince the EnGenius Tech that I knew what I was doing & he agreed to issue the RMA (turn-around time is about 2 weeks), so I just bought another from NewEgg & waited for my replacement from EnGenius.
This Review is in response to ON-Going Issues with the EnGenius ENH700EXT. In October of 2014 I bought 4 ENH700EXT’s from NewEgg , 2 out of 4 were DOA & I had to return them for replacement, 2 weeks into the project, another one dies in the middle of setting it up. I paid to have a replacement unit sent Next Day Service while waiting for the RMA process from NewEgg and returned that one for credit. My 30 days is running out quick but not before the last one of my original 4 Dies! Again paid to have one sent Next Day & RMA’d the other for credit. 100% FAILURE in just 30 days!

Cons: In February 2015 I had my 1st failure of the 4 Replacement Units & this time it’s not so easy to fix.
For simple How To stuff, EnGenius’s Tech Support is OK but for anything beyond that you basically have to convince them you have tried every possible option and there is no other choice but to send it in for repair or replacement. They are always quick to blame the POE or the power supply or the CAT5 cable or your instillation prowess before agreeing to issue an RMA. Additionally, I have noticed another trend; EnGenius claims their tech support is in the US, California to be specific, however, with over 25 years in telecommunications I can tell you every time I have called, it’s being routed to the other side f the world and every one of their techs have American names but are clearly Chinese, Singapore or Indonesian with a distinct dialect.
They’re a Singapore-based company and I am OK with that. They can have their tech-support in Singapore if they want, but do not lie to me and tell me that you are in the States, because I know better. I do not like having my intelligence insulted.
So after convincing the tech my unit had failed, he issued an RMA, I boxed up the unit and sent it back for repair/replacement, meanwhile purchasing another unit from NewEgg to minimize my client’s downtime. This replacement unit from NewEgg effectively became my spare unit to keep on hand, seeing as how I saw a trend developing. My spare parts plan was quickly launched into action in just two weeks after receiving the RMA’d unit back from EnGenius. In March another unit failed and as this unit was the main hub that all other units bridged back to it was a major failure. The entire network was down. Hundreds of people had no internet access at my client’s location. I spent hours on the phone with Tier 2/3 tech support with a guy named Mike (probably not his real name) trying to explore every possibility to save this unit and get the network up and running again, but to no avail. I spent the remainder of the day swapping out that unit with my spare stock unit arranging for an RMA and trying to get my client’s network back up and running. With the main hub replaced and up and running, I had to run through my clients location and reprogram the MAC address for the other bridged ENH700EXT’s. While attempting to do that another one died right before my eyes!

Other Thoughts: With an existing case number already on file, I spent several more hours on the phone again with Mike, “What happened? What can I do? Did you change the POE? Did you swap out the power supply? Is your CAT 5 cable broken? I had lost ALL patience! It was 8 o’clock at night, some 10 hours later from when this whole process started that day and I left my client’s location with their network only partially restored. Additionally, this particular ENH700EXT is now going on its THIRD replacement.
The next morning I got back on the phone with Mike to follow up. He had not yet emailed over the RMA for the first unit that I replaced yesterday and we haven’t even begun to address the second one that failed later that afternoon. To his credit Mike did a really good job of trying to work things out with me. Had he been allowed to finish the process things could have gone smoother. He recommended they send out an advance replacement for the other unit that died late the night before. I thought “great idea, that is the least you can do.” So I give him the serial number of the first unit and we changed its status over to advanced replacement, which I assumed meant they would overnight out another unit for me to install as quickly as possible. Mike then tells me it is out of his hands and I am to be passed off to another department to proceed with the advanced replacement order.
The next person I spoke with, whom I could barely understand, and because the phone call was being bounced clear around the world. The sound quality was garbage, and he knows nothing of my conversation with Mike and wants me to tell the story all over again starting with the serial number that I had already given Mike and my credit card for them to charge $600 for the advance replacement!
Off and on, throughout the remainder of that day and again into the next day I made a series of phone calls to key upper management personnel with EnGenius. Tried repeatedly to reach my regional sales rep – he never returned my call. Thankfully, the upper management types were actually in the states, in California. Still, however, from Singapore. With me ranting at the top of my lungs trying to explain that I had lost 6 ENH700EXTs in less than 6 months time and they wanted to charge me $600 for an advance replacement I was not going to stand for it. In the end I gave them the option for them to decide; You charge my American Express whatever monies you deem necessary to get me an advance replacement unit for my client’s ultimate benefit and it WILL be the LAST transaction I EVER do with EnGenius technologies OR do the RIGHT thing given my purchasing history with EnGenius and the THOUSANDS of billable dollars that I have lost swapping out these 6 devices over the past 6 months and send it to me for free, as you should. They chose to charge my AmEx $600. And for $600 I didn’t even get next day air. They were going to send it ground and I had to BEG for expedited shipping!! EnGenius, Say Goodbye!

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  • Jacob H.
  • 4/24/2013 4:16:23 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Product

Pros: Works great in rugged conditions.
easy to work with and support is very helpful

Cons: rest button is on Poe injector should be on actual unit

Other Thoughts: We us the ENH700 on our ranch with 9 out buildings (ranging from .5 to 2 miles) connected to the AP with the Engenius 2611's and 5611's. We have a solar powered GPS site on a near by mountain that is 4 miles away that we have a web cam working with a ENH200. I have only had one unit fail in 2 years. All in All great product.

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  • Paul C.
  • 1/11/2013 3:14:44 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSuperb

Pros: Excellent signal coverage. We placed this unit inside a greenhouse that was about 310,000 square feet, single floor and very open. It covered the entire area with nearly excellent coverage. My iPhone registered signal over the entire greenhouse, albeit the signal was getting weak at that point due to the glass walls and large amounts of metal machinery. This machine covered a tremendous amount of space for a very little amount of money. We bought a bunch of smaller AP's to compliment this unit to repeat its signal, but we ended up returning them because this unit covered the entire place.

Cons: Any prolonged exposure to this unit actually causes a headache. We had to move it to a different spot in the warehouse because standing near it was giving employees migraines. Don't get this unit if you don't have a secluded, lowly trafficed place to set it or you'll end up not feeling well.

Other Thoughts: Extremely happy with this unit. It is doing a great job and our client is extremely happy.

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