What is AP isolation, then why AP isolation?

AP isolation, AP Isolation, means that after it is turned on, the connected computers cannot access each other, which plays an isolation role to protect the data security between different users. It is suitable for wireless network construction in large conference rooms, hotels, airports and other public places, but is not suitable for ordinary home users.

Introduction to AP Isolation

AP isolation, AP Isolation, means that after it is turned on, the connected computers cannot access each other, which plays an isolation role to protect the data security between different users. It is suitable for wireless network construction in large conference rooms, hotels, airports and other public places, but is not suitable for ordinary home users.

Why do you need to use AP isolation?

If you need to prevent wireless terminals from communicating with each other, you can enable AP isolation. For example, your coffee shop provides customers with wireless WiFi, but in order to protect the security of customers’ wireless terminals, the wireless terminals are prohibited from accessing each other (reducing the risk of being attacked by the local area network), and you can use AP isolation.

The effects of AP isolation are as follows:

What is AP isolation, then why AP isolation?

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