It is designed with multiple WAN function, suitable for future FTTH deployment with optimized CAPEX. Additionally, it integrates IEEE 802.11 b/g/n access point and 10/100 Ethernet switch for Local Area Network (LAN) access.
2.4 GHz 11n (2x2) for superior performance and coverage
ZyXEL AMG1302-T11C Wireless N ADSL2+ Gateway features 802.11n technology to provide the ultimate solution for both speed and coverage. With 802.11n wireless data rates of up to 300 Mbps, the AMG1302-T11C provides stable, reliable wireless connections for high-speed data and multimedia applications.
Wi-Fi Protection Setup (WPS)
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is a standard for easy, secure establishment of wireless networks. It makes configuration of secure personal wireless networks as simple as pushing a button or entering a Personal Identification Number (PIN) code.
Robust SPI Firewall security
The SPI Firewall works on the network layer by examining header and footer of a packet and ensures the packet belongs to a valid session. Based on Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), Denial of Service (DoS) and Distributed DoS (DDoS) features, ZyXEL AMG1302-T11C provides the first-line defense against hackers, network intruders and other harmful threats.
Quality of Service (QoS) support
ZyXEL AMG1302-T11C comes equipped with essential ATM QoS features as well. Service providers can freely design their QoS policies and prioritize mission-critical services such as IPTV and VoIP based on their service plans.
TR-069 remote management
With the TR-069 standard management specifications, ZyXEL AMG1302-T11C allows service providers to manage and configure client devices remotely without interfering end users. This unique feature not only offers true "plug-and-play" experience but also reduces deployment complexity, and it saves operating and maintenance costs for service providers.
Multiple WAN for simplified ISP logistics and optimized CAPEX
When customers migrate from ADSL2+ to PON or LTE, service providers are not required to invest on new CPE and replace them at customer sites; all they have to do is keeping the ZyXEL AMG1302-T11C by unplugging the DSL line and plug an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet WAN port. The existing customer AMG1302-T11C can be retained for terminating IP connection, but now it's via the Ethernet WAN interface.