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RG-AP180-I, Wi-Fi 6 Dual-Radio 2.976 Gbps Indoor Wall Plate Access Point, 2.5Gbps Ethernet Port

Indoor scenarios covering higher education, government, general education, finance, and commerce sectors

Highlight Features
  • 4 x 1 Gbps downlink Ethernet ports, wired and wireless integration for cost-efficient networking
  • 2.976 Gbps ultra-fast speed with Wi-Fi 6
  • PoE and DC power supply, flexible deployment
  • Unified WIS cloud management, intelligent O&M
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Wired and Wireless Integration

Wi-Fi 6 Enterprise-Grade High-Performance Wall Plate AP RG-AP180-I

4 spatial streams

Maximum Data Rate 2.976 Gbps

PoE Out/DC power supply

Bluetooth 5.1

Junction box/wall-mounted

Wired and Wireless Integration, Cost-Efficient Networking

1 x 2.5 Gbps uplink port + 4 x 1 Gbps downlink ports provide high-speed wireless connectivity while fully supporting wired network scalability *
Dual-network integration, requiring fewer switches to slash networking costs

*LAN1 supports standard PoE output voltage (48V/10W).

2.976 Gbps Ultra-Fast Speed with Wi-Fi 6

High speed:
1024QAM modulation, 25% higher data transfer rate than 802.11ac
High concurrency:
OFDMA and MU-MIMO transfer technologies, 4x more concurrent users than Wi-Fi 5
High security:
Next-gen wireless encryption protocol WPA3 significantly enhances wireless security
Low latency:
OFDMA technology reduces the delay to as low as 20 ms, making it easier to watch videos and download documents

PoE Power Supply, Flexible Deployment

With PoE in, each AP only requires a single network cable to transmit both data and power.
Easy deployment without external power supply.

Unified Cloud Management for Easy O&M

WIS Cloud Network enables network-wide configuration and optimization.
It also supports O&M on the mobile app Wi-Fi Moho.

Cloud O&M

24 h Network Optimization

Real-Time Warning

Fault Locating

Go to WIS Cloud Network


Hardware Specifications

Hardware Specifications



Four spatial streams

● Radio 1 – 2.4 GHz: 2x2 MIMO, two spatial streams

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 2x2 MIMO, two spatial streams


● Radio 1 – 2.4 GHz: 20 MHz and 40 MHz

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 20 MHz and 40 MHz

Combined peak data rate: 600 Mbps

● Radio 1 – 2.4 GHz: 6.5 Mbps to 300 Mbps (MCS0 to MCS15 )

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 6.5 Mbps to 300 Mbps (MCS0 to MCS15)

Radio technologies: Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (OFDM)

Modulation types: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM

Packet aggregation:

● Aggregate MAC Protocol Data Unit (A-MPDU)

● Aggregate MAC Service Data Unit (A-MSDU)

Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)

Cyclic Delay/Shift Diversity (CDD/CSD)

Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC)

Space-Time Block Coding (STBC)

Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC)

Transmit beam-forming (TxBF)


Two spatial streams

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 2x2 MIMO, two spatial streams


● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 20 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, and 160 MHz

Combined peak data rate: 1.733 Gbps

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 6.5 Mbps to 1.733 Gbps (MCS0 to MCS9)

Radio technologies: Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (OFDM)

Modulation types: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM

Packet aggregation:

● Aggregate MAC Protocol Data Unit (A-MPDU)

● Aggregate MAC Service Data Unit (A-MSDU)

Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)

Cyclic Delay/Shift Diversity (CDD/CSD)

Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC)

Space-Time Block Coding (STBC)

Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC)

Transmit beam-forming (TxBF)


Four spatial streams

● Radio 1 – 2.4 GHz: 2x2 uplink/downlink MU-MIMO, two spatial streams

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 2x2 uplink/downlink MU-MIMO, two spatial streams


● Radio 1 – 2.4 GHz: 20 MHz and 40 MHz

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 20 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, and 160 MHz

Combined peak data rate: 2.976 Gbps:

● Radio 1 – 2.4 GHz: 8.6 Mbps to 0.574 Gbps (MCS0 to MCS11)

● Radio 2 – 5 GHz: 8.6 Mbps to 2.402 Gbps (MCS0 to MCS11)

Radio technologies: uplink/downlink Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) 

Modulation types: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM, 1024-QAM

Packet aggregation:

● Aggregate MAC Protocol Data Unit (A-MPDU)

● Aggregate MAC Service Data Unit (A-MSDU)

Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)

Cyclic Delay/Shift Diversity (CDD/CSD)

Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC)

Space-Time Block Coding (STBC)

Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC)

Transmit beam-forming (TxBF)




● 2.4 GHz: two built-in omnidirectional antennas, the max. antenna gain is 5.2 dBi.

● 5 GHz: two built-in omnidirectional antennas, the max. antenna gain is 6 dBi.


● One onboard omnidirectional antenna, with the peak gain of 2.4 dBi


Uplink: 1 x 100/1000/2500Base-T Ethernet port with auto-negotiation, in compliance with IEEE 802.3af/at (PoE/PoE +). When powered by 802.3af (PoE), LAN 1 port cannot supply power to external devices.

Downlink: 4 x 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports with auto-negotiation. LAN 1 port can source 48 V/10 W power to external devices.

1 x micro USB console port

1 x Bluetooth 5.1

Status LED

1 x multi-color system status LED

● AP power-on status

● Software initialization status and upgrade status

● Uplink service interface status

● CAPWAP tunnel timeout

● Specific AP locating


1 x Reset button

● Press the button for shorter than 2 seconds. Then the device restarts.

● Press the button for longer than 5 seconds. Then the device restores to factory settings.

Dimensions (W x D x H)

Main unit: 86 mm x 170 mm x 43 mm (3.39 in. x 6.69 in. x 1.69 in.)

Shipping: 104 mm x 187 mm x 69 mm (4.10 in. x 7.37 in. x 2.72 in.)


Main unit: 0.22 kg (0.49 lbs)

Mounting bracket: 0.1 kg (0.22 lbs)

Shipping: 0.31 kg (0.68 lbs)


Installation in Chinese-standard 86-mm, American-standard, and European-standard junction boxes, and wall mounting (one mounting bracket)

Lock option

Kensington lock

Input power supply

The AP supports the following two power supply modes:

● 48 V DC/0.6 A power input over DC connector: The DC connector accepts 2.1 mm/5.5 mm center-positive circular plug. A DC power supply needs to be purchased independently.

● PoE input over the backplane interface: compliance with 802.3af/at standard (PoE/PoE+)

Note: If both DC power and PoE are available, DC power is preferred.

Power consumption

Maximum power consumption: 25 W

● DC power: 25 W, 2.4 GHz radio 2x2, 5 GHz radio 2x2, LAN 1 for PoE supply

● 802.3at (PoE+): 25 W, 2.4 GHz radio 2x2, 5 GHz radio 2x2, LAN 1 for PoE supply

● 802.3af (PoE): 15 W, 2.4 GHz radio 2x2, 5 GHz radio 2x2, LAN 1 port that fail to provide power for external devices (PoE out disabled of LAN 1 port disabled)

● Idle mode: 8 W


Storage temperature: –40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)

Storage humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (non-condensing)

Operating temperature: –10°C to +45°C (14°F to 113°F)

Operating humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (non-condensing)

At an altitude between 3,000 m (9,842.52 ft.) and 5,000 m (16,404.20 ft.), every time the altitude increases by 166 m (546 ft.), the maximum temperature decreases by 1°C (1.8°F).

Mean Time

Between Failure


200,000 hours (22 years) at the operating temperature of 25°C (77°F)

System memory

512 MB DRAM, 128 MB flash

Transmit power

2.4 GHz: 20 dBm (100 mW)

5 GHz: 20 dBm (100 mW)

Note: The transmit power adjusted in percentage. The transmit power is limited by local regulatory requirements.


The following table lists the radio frequency performance of Wi-Fi including different frequency bands, protocols, and date rates. It is country-specific, and Ruijie Networks reserves the right of interpretation.

Radio Frequency Performance


Frequency Band and Protocol

Data Rate

Max. Transmit Power per Transmit Chain

Max. Receive Sensitivity per Receive Chain

2.4 GHz 802.11b

1 Mbps

20 dBm

–96 dBm

2 Mbps

-10 dBm

–94 dBm

5.5 Mbps

-10 dBm

–93 dBm

11 Mbps

-10 dBm

–89 dBm

2.4 GHz 802.11g

6 Mbps

19 dBm

–91 dBm

24 Mbps

17 dBm

–85 dBm

36 Mbps

17 dBm

–80 dBm

54 Mbps

16 dBm

–74 dBm

2.4 GHz 802.11n (HT20)


19 dBm

–85 dBm


16 dBm

–67 dBm

2.4 GHz 802.11n (HT40)


19 dBm

–82 dBm


16 dBm

–64 dBm

2.4 GHz 802.11ax (HE20)


18 dBm

–85 dBm


12 dBm

–58 dBm

2.4 GHz 802.11ax (HE40)


17 dBm

–82 dBm


12 dBm

–54 dBm

5 GHz 802.11a

6 Mbps

18 dBm

–89 dBm

24 Mbps

17 dBm

–82 dBm

36 Mbps

17 dBm

–78 dBm

54 Mbps

15 dBm

–72 dBm

5 GHz 802.11n (HT20)


18 dBm

–85 dBm


14 dBm

–67 dBm

5 GHz 802.11n (HT40)


17 dBm

–82 dBm


14 dBm

–64 dBm

5 GHz 802.11ac (VHT20)


18 dBm

–85 dBm


13 dBm

–60 dBm

5 GHz 802.11ac (VHT40)


17 dBm

–82 dBm


13 dBm

–57 dBm

5 GHz 802.11ac (VHT80)


16 dBm

–82 dBm


13 dBm

–56 dBm

5 GHz 802.11ax (HE20)


18 dBm

–85 dBm


12 dBm

–58 dBm

5 GHz 802.11ax (HE40)


17 dBm

–82 dBm


12 dBm

–54 dBm

5 GHz 802.11ax (HE80)


16 dBm

–82 dBm


12 dBm

–52 dBm

5 GHz 802.11ax (HE160)


15 dBm

–79 dBm


12 dBm

–50 dBm


Software Specifications

Basic Function


Applicable software version

RGOS11.9(6)W3B3 or later


Max. number of associated STAs

256 (up to 128 STAs per radio)

Practical maximum client count indication (per device)


Max. number of BSSIDs

32 (up to 16 BSSIDs per radio)

Max. number of WLAN IDs


STA management

SSID hiding

Each SSID can be configured with the authentication mode, encryption mechanism, and VLAN attributes independently.

Remote Intelligent Perception Technology (RIPT)

Intelligent STA identification technology

Intelligent load balancing based on the STA quantity or traffic

Rate set settings

STA limiting

SSID-based STA limiting

Radio-based STA limiting

Bandwidth limiting

STA/SSID/AP-based rate limiting



Layer 2 and Layer 3 topology between an AP and an AC

An AP can automatically discover the accessible AC.

An AP can be automatically upgraded through the AC.

An AP can automatically download the configuration file from the AC.

CAPWAP through NAT

MTU setting and fragmentation over CAPWAP tunnels

Encryption over CAPWAP data channels

Encryption over CAPWAP control channels

Data forwarding

Centralized and local forwarding

Wireless roaming

Layer 2 and Layer 3 roaming

Wireless locating

MU device locating

Security and Authentication

Authentication and encryption

Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS)

PSK, UPSK and web authentication

QR code-based guest authentication, SMS authentication, and MAC address bypass (MAB) authentication

Data encryption: WEP (64/128 bits), WPA (TKIP), WPA-PSK, WPA2 (AES), WPA3-Enterprise, WPA3-Individual

Data frame filtering

Allowlist, static blocklist, and dynamic blocklist


Wireless Intrusion Detection System(WIDS)

Wireless Intrusion Protection System(WIPS)

User isolation

Rogue AP detection and containment

Dynamic Policy

IP standard ACL, MAC extended ACL, IP extended ACL, and expert-level ACL

Time range-based ACL

ACL based on a Layer 2 interface

ACL based on a Layer 3 interface

Ingress ACL based on a wireless interface

Dynamic ACL assignment based on 802.1X authentication (used with the AC)



CPU Protect Policy (CPP)


Network Foundation Protection Policy (NFPP)

Routing and Switching


Static and filtered MAC addresses

MAC address table size: 1,024

Max. number of static MAC addresses: 1,024

Max. number of filtered MAC addresses: 1,024


Jumbo frame length: 1,518

Full-duplex and half-duplex modes of interfaces

IEEE802.1p and IEEE802.1Q


Interface-based VLAN assignment

Max. number of SVIs: 200

Max. number of VLANs: 4,094

VLAN ID range: 1–4,094


ARP entry aging and proxy ARP

Max. number of ARP entries: 1,024

ARP check

IPv4 services

Static and DHCP-assigned IPv4 addresses


IPv6 services

IPv6 addressing, Neighbor Discovery (ND), ICMPv6, IPv6 ping

IPv6 DHCP client

IP routing

IPv4/IPv6 static route

Max. number of static IPv4 routes: 1,024

Max. number of static IPv6 routes: 1,000


Multicast-to-unicast conversion


PPPoE client


Network Management and Monitoring

Network management

NTP server and NTP client

SNTP client


Fault detection and alarm

Information statistics and logging

Network management platform

Web management (Eweb)

User access management

Telnet and TFTP Management

Switchover among Fat, Fit, and cloud modes

When the AP works in Fit mode, it can be switched to Fat mode through an AC.

When the AP works in Fat mode, it can be switched to Fit mode through the console port or Telnet mode.

When the AP works in cloud mode, it can be managed through Ruijie Cloud.


The following value-added software functions can be achieved with the WIS solution (used with RG-iData-WIS and wireless controller).

Value-added Software


Intelligent O&M


Network operation analysis, such as device stability and signal coverage

Measuring users' network experience based on indicators such as the latency, packet loss, signal strength, and channel utilization, and visualizing results of the network experience

Statistics on the number of online and offline failures of STAs associated with different APs, average signal strength, and other parameters

VIP monitoring and alarm, and custom alarm thresholds

STA global experience map and experience coverage evaluation based on the time range

STA access protocol replay and fine-grained STA fault diagnosis

Note: To support the preceding functions, ensure that the AP works in Fit mode.

Network optimization

Network performance optimization, including one-click network optimization and scenario-based optimization

Client steering to cope with roaming stickiness, and experience indicator comparison

Client steering to cope with remote association, and experience indicator comparison

One-click diagnosis – analyzing problems and providing suggestions

Big data

Baseline analysis – recording the configuration, version, and other changes, and tracking network KPI changes

Time capsule – analyzing the device version and configuration change history

Regional analysis

Batch generation of building floor information – uploading floor plans, and dragging and dropping AP positions

One-click report

One-click health report – generating a report on the overall operation of a network

Security radar

Unauthorized Wi-Fi signal location, presentation by category, and containment

Cloud Management

Management and maintenance

Uniformly connecting, managing, and maintaining APs, ACs, and other devices, batch device configuration and upgrade, and other functions

Deployment through Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) – creating configuration templates and automatically applying configured templates

One-click discovery of the wired and wireless network topology and topology generation

Cloud Authentication

Authentication mode

SMS authentication, fixed account authentication, one-click authentication, Facebook authentication, Instagram authentication, voucher authentication, and other authentication modes

Authentication implemented in the cloud, without the need to deploy the local authentication server

Customized portal

Customized Portal authentication page for mobile phones and PCs

SMS gateway

Interconnection with SMS gateways of GUODULINK and Alibaba Cloud

Platform Capabilities

Hierarchy and decentralization

Authorizing different applications for different users to meet service needs of different departments

Granting operation permissions to administrators in different scenarios

System management

Account operation, authorization configuration, email configuration, configuration backup, exception alarms, and other system management functions

Note: For details, refer to the latest hybrid cloud management solution.

Regulatory Compliance

Regulatory Compliance


Regulatory compliance

EN 55032, EN 55035, EN 61000-3-3, EN IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 62368-1, EN 62368-1, EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-3, EN 301 489-17, EN 300 328, EN 301 893, EN 300 440, FCC Part 15, and EN IEC 62311

* For more country-specific regulatory information and approvals, contact your local sales agency.

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Four spatial streams, peak data rate of 2.976 Gbps

802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, switching between Fat, Fit, and cloud modes, and 802.3af/at PoE and local DC power supply


  • The power source equipment (PSE) needs to be purchased separately.

The DC power supply needs to be purchased separately, and the output voltage/current must be 48 V/0.6 A.

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