•Each Mesh AP communicates with each other to automatically find the best path for packets transmission.

•CAP-  Central AP with WAN connection

•RE- Range Extender connected to CAP directly or indirectly

•Single SSID for all CAP/RE for easy/fast roaming

•1 CAP extends up to 7 Range extenders or up to 4 layers for minimum performance

•All devices can be configured as CAP or RE (by default)

•Hop Distance- Max 50M with the default omni antenna

•Optional Directional Long-Range antenna for long distance up to 10KM


Self-Configuring by ViewMaster Utility

  • Simple configuration with 3 steps

      1. Select a CAP (Central AP)
      2. Auto-discovery RE (Range Extender)
      3. Group Mesh setting

•    Group Mesh SSID and WPA PSK setting
•    Mesh status (signal, channel, uplink) *



Self-Organized Mesh Network

1.Band Steering: Auto-select the best-performing band and path.

2.Concurrent 2.4G+5GHz: AP offers concurrent services of 2.4GHz and 5GHz Bands for different clients with default omni antennas

WiFi Mesh Band Steering

3. AP Steering: the wireless devices are always connected in the best AP via 802.11v Wireless network management
4. Multiple Backhaul Links: Failsafe and load-balancing backhaul links

      WiFi Mesh AP SteeringMesh WiFi Multiple Backhaul

Self-Healing Mesh Technology

•Auto reroute when AP failed

•Eliminate network bottleneck

•Interference management (band steering)

•Airtime fairness

•Seamless roaming
WiFi Mesh Self Healing

Seamless Roaming

•802.11k (Radio Resource Measurement): Sends Clients list of neighbors.

•802.11v (BSS Transition Management Frames):  BSS Transition sends clients the new best AP.

•IEEE 1905.1: Enable AP auto-configuration and join the network with a unified security procedure.

1. Automatically find the optimal path by fewer hops/ less loading
       b. 802.11k neighbor reporting
       c. 802.11v Wireless network management
2. Change uplink to the new RE

WiFi Mesh Seamless Roaming