54Mbps Data Rate
with IEEE 802.11g Compliance
The ZyAIR G-1000, which is based on the IEEE 802.11g wireless
standard, operates at a2.4GHz frequency. Compliance with the
IEEE 802.11g standard ensures that the ZyAIR G-1000 will
interoperate with any Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11b
compliant wireless device.
Security Based on WPA and IEEE 802.1x
ZyXEL's ZyAIR G-1000 provides the complete security
architecture consisting of Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and IEEE
802.1x user authentication standard for wireless networks. These
features guarantee secure wireless communication and secure data
transfer over the
User-friendly Installation and Configuration
A simple installation procedure makes establishing a wireless
LAN with the ZyAIR G-1000 fast and easy. Experts are no longer
needed to pull cables through walls and ceilings; therefore
minimizing the costs associated with the initial installation.
Additionally, the Web-based configuration allows users to
install and manage the device with unforeseen ease.
Scalable and Easy to Deploy
A wireless network served by the ZyAIR G-1000 may be easily
extended with the addition of more access points. Such network
expansion allows for seamless integration into a wired network,
thus increasing mobility to an Intranet and Internet without
restricting workspace freedom, or sacrificing network
Seamless Link Quality Around Home and Business Office
The ZyAIR G-1000's variable, high-powered antenna provides
seamless coverage throughout your wireless LAN infrastructure
and allow users to share network resources and equipment with
high link quality. User can take their laptops and enjoy network
access anytime and anywhere.
A wireless station is a computer with an IEEE 802.11g compliant
wireless adapter. An Access Point (AP) acts as a bridge
between the wireless and wired networks. A wireless
station can associate with a particular access point only if it
is within the access point's coverage area.
In a network
environment with multiple access points, wireless stations are
able to switch from one access point to another as they move
between the coverage areas. This is called roaming.
As the wireless station moves from place to place, it is
responsible for choosing the most appropriate access point
depending on the signal strength, network utilization or other
factors. The G-1000 supports this configuration.