Cisco C9115AXI-E Cisco Catalyst 9100 Series Wi-Fi 6 Access Points Detail: Cisco Catalyst 9115AX Series Access Point, Internal antenna; Wi-Fi 6; 4×4:4 MIMO, E Domain

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Cisco C9115AXI-E

The Cisco Catalyst 9115AX series wireless access point is a dual band, dual concurrent, enterprise 802.11ax AP. This AP series offers integrated and external antenna options, designed to use both 2.4 GHz and the 5 GHz bands. This access point supports a greater overall High Density Experience (HDX) which provides a more predictable performance for advanced applications such as 4K or 8K video, high-density high-definition collaboration applications, all-wireless offices and Internet-of-Things (IoT). The access point supports full interoperability with leading 802.11ax and 802.11ac clients, and supports a mixed deployment with other access points and controllers.

The 9115AX series access point is a wireless controller-based product and supports:

blank.gifFour dual-band integrated antennas on the 9115AXI access point models (C9115AXI-x and C9115AXI-EWC-x)

blank.gifExternal antennas on the 9115AXE access point models (C9115AXE-x and C9115AXE-EWC-x)

Integrated internal antennas, omni directional in azimuth for both 2.4 GHz (peak gain 3dBi) and 5 GHz (peak gain 4dBi)

blank.gifSimultaneous 4×4 MIMO with four spatial streams for both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands

blank.gifThe following hardware external interfaces:

blank.gif1×100/1000/2500 Multigigabit Ethernet (RJ-45)

blank.gifRS-232 Console Interface through RJ-45

blank.gifRecovery push button (enables partial or full system configuration recovery)

blank.gifUSB 2.0 Port

blank.gifOne multi-color LED Status indicator. see the Checking the Access Point LEDs for information on the colors of the LED status indicator.

blank.gifMultiuser Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MU-MIMO) technology with 4 spatial streams for downlink.

blank.gifOrthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA)-based scheduling for both downlink and uplink

blank.gifSpatial Reuse (also known as BSS coloring) allows APs and their clients to differentiate between BSSs, thus permitting more simultaneous transmissions.

blank.gifNew power savings mode called Target-Wakeup-Time (TWT), allows the client to stay asleep and wake up only at pre-scheduled (target) times to exchange data with the AP. This allows for significant energy savings for battery-operated devices.

blank.gifCisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) support enables Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences, Apple FastLane and Cisco Identity Services Engine.

blank.gifCross-AP Noise Reduction, a Cisco innovation that enables APs to intelligently collaborate in real time about RF conditions so that users connect with optimized signal quality and performance.

blank.gifOptimized AP Roaming for ensuring that client devices associate with the AP in their coverage range that offers the fastest data rate available.

blank.gifMIMO equalization capabilities, which optimize uplink performance and reliability by reducing the impact of signal fade.