DCN Wireless AP passed IPV6 Ready test

August 13, 2019

DCN Wireless AP passed IPV6 Ready test

The wireless access points WL8200-I3, WL8200-I2, WL8200-I1, WL8200-WH2 and WL8200-WL2 of Wuhan Digital China Yunke Network Technology Limited have officially passed IPv6 Ready Core Protocol Phase-2 test in the Global IPv6 Testing Center under China Future Internet Engineering Center and obtained IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 Certificate issued by the international organization IPv6 Forum.

 

The wireless access points WL8200-I3, WL8200-I2, WL8200-I1, WL8200-WH2 and WL8200-WL2 of Wuhan Digital China Yunke Network Technology Limited have officially passed IPv6 Ready Core Protocol Phase-2 test in the Global IPv6 Testing Center under China Future Internet Engineering Center (www.ipv6ready.org.cn) and obtained IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 Certificate (Logo ID: 02-C-001934) issued by the international organization IPv6 Forum, which means that the IPv6 core protocol of the products above mentioned meets relevant standards in IETF RFC and that its consistency and intercommunity have been verified.

 

 

WL8200-I3, WL8200-I2 and WL8200-I1 are indoor-placed wireless APs developed by DCN. WL8200-I3 is a high-performance triple frequency kilomega wireless access point based on the 802.11ac Wave2+802.11n standard, with the maximum access rate of 2.9Gbps; it works in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands and integrates 4X4:4 MU-MIMO and OFDM technologies; the device supports three frequency bands and eight spatial streams. WL8200-I2 (R2) is a high-performance dual frequency kilomega wireless access point based on the 802.11ac Wave2+802.11n standard, with the maximum access rate of 1317Mbps; it works in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands and integrates MIMO and OFDM technologies. WL8200-I1 is a high-performance dual frequency kilomega wireless access point based on the 802.11ac standard, with the maximum access rate of 1167Mbps; it works in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands and integrates MIMO and OFDM technologies.

WL8200-WH2 and WL8200-WL2 are new-generation dual frequency wall-mounted wireless APs developed by DCN. WL8200WH2 is based on the 802.11n standard + the 802.11ac wave2 standard, works in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands and integrates MU-MIMO and OFDM technologies; 2.4G 802.11n may provide a maximum data transmission rate of 450Mbps and 5G 802.11ac may provide a maximum data transmission rate of 867Mbps. WL8200-WL2 is based on the 802.11ac standard and may work in the both 2.4G frequency band (802.11b/g/n) and 5G frequency band (802.11a/n/ac); the 2.4G frequency band may provide a wireless access rate of 300Mbps and the 5G frequency band may provide a wireless access rate of 433Mbps; the maximum access rate of the device is 733Mbps.

IPv6 Ready Logo certification

The IPv6 Ready Logo certification launched by the IPv6 Forum is an important measure for the compliance of products with the protocol IPv6 and is also an internationally universal IPv6 support certificate. Any product to be certified should pass all IPv6 consistency and intercommunity tests and the test results should be strictly reviewed by the IPv6 Ready Logo Committee, before the IPv6 Ready Logo is granted. This Logo is a globally universal basis for the fact that a device supports IPv6, thus promoting the large-scale global deployment of IPv6.

 

 

Founded in 2008 and subordinate to China Future Internet Engineering Center, Global IPv6 Testing Center is the first IPv6 testing and certification laboratory authorized by the IPv6 Forum, the sponsor and executor of the IPv6 Enabled Logo Program, and the third-party IPv6 testing and certification authority with a longer history and a larger scale and having performed more tests than any of its peers over the world. Since its establishment, the testing center has been focusing on the formulation of test standards for the IPv6-supported next-generation Internet, the design of test platforms and the R&D of consistency, intercommunity, automation, performance, etc., and providing authoritative third-party testing and certification services for the programs such as IPv6, IPv6 Enabled and IPv6 Education across the world, so as to facilitate the large-scale global deployment of IPv6.

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