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Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) Indoor Access Point with integrated or external antenna options

Product Highlights


Radio Technology

  • 5 GHz 2x2:2
  • 2.4 GHz 2x2:2

Radio Modes – SSR

  • 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz
  • 5 GHz / 5 GHz – Dual 5 GHz
  • Sensor (2.4 GHz/5 GHz) / 5 GHz

High Density Environments

  • Delivers exceptional end-user experience even in the densest user environments

WPA3 Support

  • Includes the latest WPA3 Wi-Fi security standard delivering robust protections for users and IoT devices

Cellular Coexistence Filter (CCF)

  • Minimizes the impact of interference from cellular networks

Fully Functional over 802.3af

  • USB port usage requires 802.3at

Smart Management Choices

  • ExtremeCloud IQ Controller or VX/NX controllers ideal for for on-premises requirements
  • Optional ExtremeCloud IQ visibility supported via on-premises controller

The AP310i/e is based on a new system-on-a-chip (SoC) with two built in dual band 2x2 radios providing the best value with Wi-Fi 6 high efficiency. Priced for the mass market, this enterprise-grade access point is ideal for budget-conscious enterprises that do not want to sacrifice performance. While other vendors may reduce features and functionality, the AP310i/e retains all the capabilities of higher-end APs including software-selectable-antenna (SSR). 802.11ax data rates of up to 2.4 Gbps are available concurrently in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band. The AP310i/e also provides the flexibility to provide the same data rates simultaneously on two 5 GHz channels using dual-5 GHz SSR technology.

Despite the exponential growth of users, BYOD devices, IoT, high-bandwidth applications, and security threats straining the infrastructure, the AP310 combines performance, security services, and insightful ML/AI management capabilities to deliver an enterprise-class solution at a value price.


To support both IoT and Guest Engagement services, the AP310i/e integrates Bluetooth to connect with IoT devices with Thread wireless or engage loyalty customers with Apple iBeacon1. Enterprises can use Google Eddystone to send advertisements directly to shoppers, guests, and conference attendees. This makes it ideal for businesses to advertise their app download pages, captive portals, or site-specific information.

1 IoT Radio included for certain AP310i/e model SKUs

In conjunction with management system, cloud or on-premises, the AP310i/e provides a very rich set of data displayed via context driven widgets, representing historical data or a combination of historical and current data. This provides context-specific granularity with perspective views for locations, network, APs, individual client devices, and policy roles. In each context, administrators can adjust dashboards from widget library.

Extreme launched the Industry's first software defined 802.11ax access point supporting not only a dual 5GHz capability but also three software programmable modes to optimally manage radios to provide the highest level of client performance. The AP310i/e intelligent monitoring of the software configurable radios enables network managers to configure network RF topology based on user environment and configure the access points in different modes as required.

Network managers will appreciate a powerful choice of RF management for their Wi-Fi networks, with Adaptive RF management with AI/ML-like functionality. Adaptive RF algorithms provide intelligent selection of the best channels and transmit power for unimpaired dual 5 GHz operation. Load balancing, band steering, and many other attributes of the RF can all be automated.

The AP310i/e delivers the highest level of security services, beginning with support for the latest Wi-Fi Alliance WPA3 security certifications. Additionally, supporting a stateful L2-L7 DPI firewall for context-based access security.

Prior generations of 802.11n, 802.11ac wave 1 and 2, can be considered generational improvements with an emphasis on faster speed. 802.11ax technology instead enhances Wi-Fi efficiency as well as speed, taking Wi-Fi networks to an entirely new level. To learn more about 802.11ax, go to .