The Zyxel WAP6405 5 GHz AC1750 Gigabit Wireless Bridge is an 802.11ac wireless bridge designed for video/IPTV and data services. The WAP6405 is the perfect way to stream high-definition videos to all devices throughout users’ homes.
The Zyxel WAP6405 5 GHz Gigabit Wireless Bridge is compliant with the 802.11ac standard to bring you high wireless speeds at up to 1750 Mbps* for multimedia streaming. For IPTV services, the device connects directly to a 5 GHz wireless network through service providers’ gateway, and then connects to the IP set-top-box client that receives IPTV streams transmitted between two WAP6405 boxes. The Zyxel WAP6405 also employs the latest video-grade QoS that intelligently optimizes video streaming quality. In addition to simultaneous video streaming, the WAP6405 manages data traffics through an integrated access point (AP) function efficiently as well.
The Zyxel WAP6405’s beamforming technology enables direct wireless signal transmission to the linked devices for extended wireless coverage by just installing a pair of 5 GHz WAP6405 Gigabit Wireless Bridge at home, so you can enjoy digital entertainment without dead spots.
The Zyxel WAP6405 features a hardware switch for changing operating modes (AP/Client/Repeater). Simply set up the operating mode with this switch and WAP6405 is ready to serve.
The Zyxel’s WAP6405 takes advantage of the TR-069 standard that allows service providers to manage and configure the devices without user intervention; it helps reducing the complexity of deployment, operating costs and maintenance expenses as well.
Configure and provision customer-premises equipment (CPE) effortlessly, remotely and cost-effectively to simplify deployment.
Remotely identify firmware versions of installed CPE and push necessary firmware upgrades to CPE when necessary. Receive notifications of the success or failure of a file download.
TR-069 standard defines a broad set of operational parameters to monitor CPE performance. Gateways collect various network and performance statistics and notifications that can be sent back to the ACS for analysis.
Receive availability information to determine the cause of bad connections or service degradations to allow for resolution or upgrade recommendations based on usage behavior to keep customers happy.