The TAP200, TSW202 & TSW212 Walkthrough  


Recent launches of great devices have grabbed the attention of many. The reason is obvious: the TAP200 – a Wi-Fi 5 access point, and two managed switches – the TSW202 and TSW212, mark a significant leap in the Teltonika Networks portfolio that everyone was intrigued by. Join Teltonika Networks' Regional Development Coordinator for Africa, Arnas Sorokas, and Networking & IoT Engineer, Gage Jupp, as they go in depth into the details of these devices and their huge potential impact in Africa. 

Questions & Answers

Do you have a planning tool to check the Wi-Fi coverage?
What is the peculiarity in the product nomenclature for ease of product identification? I mean, can you easily tell the features of a product just from the name?
Is there a need for scripts while integrating a switch/AP with other devices?
Is there any ability to achieve SDWAN/MPLS with the Teltonika Networks managed switches portfolio?
Can I connect a TAP200 to non-Teltonika Networks switches?
Will the TSW202 & TSW212 work on 48 DC?
What is the connectivity range of the TAP200? 
I am currently managing multiple RUT 955/6 on RMS for bus Wi-Fi. I am interested in deploying Wi-Fi at the bus terminals. Two questions: what would be your switch recommendation and secondly, can I run this network on the same RMS account? 
Can I set a TAP200 to be used under account connection by users to each SSID? Also, what can and cannot be configured in the SSIDs?
How many users can connect to a TAP200?
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