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Aerohive AP330 and AP350

Compliance Information: For compliance information for these devices, see

Changing the Country Code: For devices that are configured for the World Regulatory Domain, it is important to change the country code. See "Updating the Country Code"


The AP330 and AP350 802.11n wireless access points are designed for greater throughput and range, and can also be configured as routers.

The AP330 and AP350 provide dual concurrent 802.11b/g/n and 802.11a/n radios for 3x3:3 MIMO antenna configurations. When you enable 802.11n high-throughput options such as wide-channel mode (40-MHz channels), A-MPDU and A-MSDU packet aggregation, short guard interval, and MCS23 data rates, these models can provide a PHY data rate of up to 450 Mbps per radio. The AP330 has internal antennas, and the AP350 uses detachable external antennas. Both models have dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports for link aggregation or link redundancy. They can accept power from an 802.3af or 802.3at standard PoE (power over Ethernet) power injector or from an AC/DC power adapter connected to a 100-240 VAC input power source.

For more information about Aerohive APs in general, see "Introduction to Aerohive APs"

For information about how to configure your AP, see "Initial Configuration Guide for Aerohive APs".

Installing the AP330 and AP350


Use the ceiling rail bracket to mount the AP330 or AP350 to the tracks of a dropped ceiling grid. Use the wall mount bracket to mount the AP to any surface that can support its weight (AP330: 1.5 lb., 0.6 kg; AP350: 2.38 lb., 1.08 kg). The following sections describe these installation methods.

Hardware Specifications

Understanding the range of specifications for the AP330 and AP350 is necessary for optimal deployment and device operation. The following specifications describe the physical features and hardware components, the power adapter and PoE electrical requirements, and the temperature and humidity ranges in which the devices can operate.

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