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7.9* out of 10

Cisco Aironet 1252AG

Great Deal: $175.00

Reviews and Problems with Cisco Aironet 1252AG

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Overall 10

Excellent Equipment

Marie f., Newegg
31 August 2012
  • Summary: Definitely the largest and heaviest AP I've handled, but in this case, weight = quality! This unit may be much more expensive than a lot of other APs on the market, but take a look at the hardware, firmware, and environmental specs. I have two of these units mounted to the inside of the roof in a non air conditioned shop. Operating temps. easily exceed 130 Deg. F.
  • Pros: This is a solid access point, with a case made of high-quality aluminum. Modular construction allows for upgrades and modification of specifications. Two radios, with three external antennas each, create a very robust wireless environment. *Real* Cisco hardware.
  • Cons: Initial cost Possibly higher learning curve
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Overall 4

Not received as advertised

J. Millspaugh, Amazon
7 February 2011
  • Summary: As pictured it would come with the antennas but delivered unit has no power supply, no antennas. Called customer service and they are sending replacement which was promised would have antennas, waiting for package. If none, buyer beware.
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Overall 10

Great access point, requires Cisco IOS administration to configure

Konstantin Gredeskoul, Amazon
3 November 2010
  • Summary: We have 3 of these access points attached to the ceiling in the office, and they handle 30-50 people easily. Yes, you may need to buy antennas separately, but for $200 they are a steal. One of them did break down in our office, so it's nice to have an option of replacing them with these refurbished units (or whatever they are). Just keep in mind you'll need a console access to them, knowledge of Cisco administration required.
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Overall 10

Another Great Cisco product

Joe F., Newegg
29 March 2010
  • Summary: FYI, You only get the following items with this particular package: *The Access Point. *Mounting bracket with screws. So you will have to purchase an antenna and a power supply (power injector or PoE switch).
  • Pros: If you know ios then this should be no problem, fairly easy to configure. Very solid build, perfect for a warehouse environment. The range on these are excellent a lot better than th 1242's. If you can afford this get it, we were considering 1242's to save some money but these have far better range. (tested both 1242 & 1252).
  • Cons: none so far.
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