NFT Blizzard 2ac-N

The LigoWave NFT Blizzard 2ac-N is an outdoor Wi-Fi access point with integrated 2.4/5GHz 2×2 MIMO radios, boasting
output power of 29dBm. The Gigabit Ethernet port with 802.3af/at support allows users to power the device using PoE


The NFT Blizzard 2ac-N is specifically designed for cost-efficient, yet professional outdoor hotspot scenarios, including

campsites, hospitality, education, public Wi-Fi, and many more.

The IP67-rated enclosure, integrated surge protection, and professional mounting brackets ensure continuous operation

even in the harshest of weather conditions.

Infinity Controller
The Infinity Controller is an intuitive product and network management platform for your NFT devices. It allows easy,

simple, and fast network installation, configuration, and control, all of which can be performed using a web browser.

The Controller also facilitates network maintenance and expansion by automating these processes. The management

platform can function as an integrated controller or as an external one (i.e. Infinity Cloud Controller), thus serving as an

optimal solution for setting up and managing networks of any size.

Automated Device Onboarding
Automated device onboarding (ADO) is the process of

automatically setting up Infinity access points that are

introduced to the network. Not only does ADO eliminate

the discrepancies caused by manual setup, but it also

simplifies the deployment process and saves valuable


Automated device onboarding requires one-time

configuration of the Cloud AP, after which the settings

are automatically applied to all Infinity access points that

are newly-connected to the network using a physical


Flexible Network Scaling

The External Infinity Controller is designed with various

types of networks in mind, whether they contain just a few

access points or thousands of them.

Networks can be categorized into different logical groups

(up to 4 layers) based on geographical location, service

type, company branch, or other criteria. Each group can

have different configurations assigned to them and access

points can easily migrate between networks.

Furthermore, the External NFT Controller (installed on

customer premises) supports multiple organizations

simultaneously (many network owners).

Pay as You Grow
A cloud-based Infinity Controller account is free and

supports a network of up to 10 Infinity wireless access

points, but can be expanded as the business grows. Learn

more about the paid version
IP Session Logging

Infinity access points allow users to track and log end-

user credentials (source/destination IPs and ports, MAC

address, etc.) on the Internet, thus allowing a safer and

transparent Internet service.

Predefined Scenarios for Your Applications
The Infinity Controller provides an array of features, collectively forming the optimal solution for multiple scenarios, e.g.

a complete any-size office access point network, small café or shop hotspot, and an Easy Mesh application, which is

popular among small hotels, schools, and hospitals.

Easy Mesh
Easy Mesh is LigoWave’s solution to wireless network coverage expansion and device configuration automation. This

feature is designed for the NFT Series (as well as DLB devices utilizing NFT firmware) and is only available on the External

Infinity Controller.

The Infinity Controller allows users to set up an Easy Mesh network in a plain and simple way: just have at least one LAN-

connected AP, create a new Easy Mesh network, assign devices to it, and you are good to go!

LigoWave access points have an integrated mobile device detection feature. This means that any device within range

can be logged using the MAC address and date/time without any user interaction.

The data is exported in real time and can be used to improve the services of an enterprise or managed service provider

by importing them into proprietary applications for analytics and insights. An API is available upon request.

Several of LigoWave’s technological partners are already using this functionality. For more information, go to the

LigoWave Technological Partners page at



Higher Light :

WLAN Standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Radio Mode Dual 2×2 MIMO

Radio Frequency Band 2.402–2.482GHz (Country-Dependent)

5.150–5.850GHz (Country-Dependent)

Transmit Power 2.4GHz: 29dBm @ MCS0

5GHz: 29dBm @ MCS0

Channel Size 20, 40, 80MHz

Modulation Schemes 802.11ac: OFDM (256-QAM, 64-QAM, 16-QAM, QPSK, BPSK)

802.11a/g/n: OFDM (64-QAM, 16-QAM, QPSK, BPSK)

802.11b: DSS (CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK)

Data Rates 802.11ac @ 80MHz: 866, 780, 650, 585, 520, 390, 260, 195, 130, 65Mbps

802.11n @ 40MHz: 300, 270, 240, 180, 120, 90, 60, 30Mbps

802.11a/g @ 20MHz: 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, 6Mbps

802.11b @ 20MHz: (11, 5.5, 2, 1Mbps)

Duplexing Scheme Time Division Duplex

Wireless Security WPA/WPA2 (TKIP/AES) Personal, WPA/WPA2 (TKIP/AES) Enterprise, WACL, Hotspot (UAM).

Type N-Type Connectors for External Antenna

Gain Antenna-Dependent


Interface 1× 10/100/1000 Base-T, RJ-45


Operating Mode Bridge, Router IPv4 and IPv6

Management IPv4 Static, Dynamic

Management IPv6 Static, Dynamic Stateless, Dynamic Stateful

Secondary IPv4 Supported

VLAN 802.1Q for Management and Data

Virtual SSID 8 per radio

Band Steering Supported

Traffic Management

Client Isolation Supported

Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) Supported

Multicast Enhancement Supported

Concurrent Clients 254


Services SNMP Server, NTP Client, System Alerts

Discovery Services Bonjour, CDP/LLDP, SSDP.







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