Atheros 600MHz Processor
Powered by the new Atheros 600MHz 74K MIPS network processor, the RB2011UiAS-2HnD delivers reliable and efficient performance for a variety of networking tasks.
With 128MB RAM, the router ensures smooth operation and responsiveness, even in demanding networking environments.
Gigabit and Fast Ethernet Ports
The router boasts five Gigabit LAN ports and five Fast Ethernet LAN ports, providing a balance between high-speed connectivity and versatility for various devices.
Equipped with an SFP (Small Form-Factor Pluggable) cage, the router supports fiber optic connectivity, enhancing the flexibility of your network.
Dual Chain 2.4GHz Wireless AP
Featuring a powerful dual-chain 2.4GHz (2312-2732MHz, depending on country regulations) 802.11bgn wireless Access Point (AP), the router ensures reliable wireless connectivity.
The RB2011UiAS-2HnD includes a range of interfaces, such as an RJ45 serial port, USB port, and a passive PoE output capability on the last port (ETH10).
RouterOS L5 License
The router comes with a RouterOS Level 5 license, unlocking advanced features and capabilities for network management.
Desktop Case with Power Supply
The router is housed in a desktop case, providing a convenient form factor for deployment in various settings. It includes a power supply for easy setup.
LCD Panel (RB2011UAS-2HnD-IN)
The RB2011UAS-2HnD-IN variant comes with an LCD panel, offering additional visibility and control for monitoring network status.
Versatile Deployment Options
Whether you are setting up a small office network, expanding a home network, or managing a network with diverse connectivity requirements, the RB2011UiAS-2HnD offers versatile deployment options.
Passive PoE Output
The router's passive PoE output capability on the last port (ETH10) allows you to power another device over a regular Ethernet cable, simplifying cable management and power distribution.
Enhance Your Network
Upgrade your network infrastructure with the MikroTik RB2011UiAS-2HnD, leveraging its powerful processor, wireless capabilities, and diverse interfaces to enhance network performance and functionality.