The brand-new FortiAP 431F/433F Wi-Fi 6 access point is out! Within the range of Wi-Fi 6 appliances, these are a step up from the 231F. They’re pretty much top-of-the-line, in fact. The difference between the FortiAP 431F and the FortiAP 433F is that the 433F has 5 external antennas, the 431F’s antennas are internal.
The FAP 431F 4×4:4 MU-MIMO device has three radios, a 2.4 GHz, a 5 GHz, and a separate scanning radio. It delivers 1.14 Gbps and 2.4 Gbps Maximum Data Rate, respectively. There’s also a 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet port, plus an additional 1 Gbps Ethernet port for PoE diversity. It can provide 24/7 scanning across both bands while still providing access on both the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands.
Features of the FAP 431F
As mentioned, the FortiAP 431F provides three radios with internal antennas as well as OFDMA and dual 1 Gbps Ethernet ports. It can provide 24/7 scanning across both bands while still providing access on both the 2.4 and 5GHz bands. The integrated BLE radio can be used for beacons and locationing applications. It can support 512 wireless clients per Wi-Fi radio.
The enterprise-grade FAP 431F is ideal for high-density public environments. Since it’s designed for faster browsing and downloading from mobile devices, companies with 5G deployments and offices with high-bandwidth usage would also benefit. It can be managed either by the built-in WLAN controller of your FortiGate, or the easy-to-navigate FortiAP Cloud portal.
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FortiAP 431F highlights