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FEATURES
IEEE 802.11a/b/g
Flexibility to connect to multiple
network technologies
Multi-client support
Affordable connectivity for
up to 16 client devices
POS Support
Cost-effective wireless
deployment of the market
leading point-of-sale devices
(IBM, NEC, and more)
IBM POS protocol support
Cost-effective wireless
deployment for point-of-
sale devices
WEP 40/128, WPA and AES
encryption; 802.1x support
with PEAP, EAP/TLS, EAP/
TTLS authentication
Provides rigorous security
for your data and network
SPECIFICATION ShEET
CB3000 Client Bridge
Wireless LAN interface for Ethernet devices
Simple, cost-effective high performance
wireless connectivity for printers, point-of-sale
and Ethernet-enabled devices
The CB3000 provides a robust wireless connection
for your Ethernet-enabled devices — from printers,
scales, medical equipment, and manufacturing
machinery to time clocks, point-of-sale devices
and more. The need to extend wiring is eliminated,
reducing the cost and complexity of deployment
for devices without a PCMCIA or PCI card slot.
And the ability to update the firmware provides
the investment protection you need, ensuring that
the CB3000 meets your networking needs today
as well as tomorrow.
Increase productivity throughout your enterprise
The CB3000 allows you to cost-effectively extend
the availability of applications, devices, and real-time
data, resulting in a productivity increase throughout
your enterprise. The ability to move information
from time clocks directly into your payroll application
eliminates time spent manually processing
time cards. The ability to collect statistics from
manufacturing machinery enables early identification
and resolution of equipment problems — before
they impact yield. And the wireless connection
enables network changes to be executed quickly
and easily, as needed — for example, to connect
point-of-sale devices to support a sale in a specific
area of the store.
Easy to deploy and manage with
enterprise functionality
The CB3000 offers the simplicity of true plug-and-play
deployment — minimal configuration is required.
Your wireless client devices enjoy uninterrupted
connectivity — the CB3000 can easily roam to
another access port or access point as needed.
And a secure internal web server provides the
convenience of anywhere anytime management
through any standard web browser.
A secure, reliable, easy-to-move connection
The CB3000 provides the enterprise-class security
you need — advanced encryption and authentication
mechanisms protect your network and data from
unauthorized users. And wireless connectivity offers
maximum flexibility. Equipment can be easily moved
as needed to accommodate seasonal requirements
as well as line and staffing changes, without the
time and expense of re-wiring.
Connect up to 16 devices in nearly any environment
The robust mechanical design and support for a wide
range of temperatures delivers reliable performance
throughout your enterprise, from your front office
to the retail, warehouse or factory floor. And when
used in conjunction with an Ethernet hub, a single
CB3000 can connect up to 16 client devices to your
Motorola wireless switches, access ports and access
points, making the CB3000 an outstanding value.

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    CB3000 can connect up to 16 client devices to your and easily, as needed — for example, to connect Motorola wireless switches, access ports and access point-of-sale devices to support a sale in a specific points, making the CB3000 an outstanding value.

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    Part number SS-CB3000. Printed in USA 05/07. MOTOrOLA and the Stylized M Logo and SYMBOL and the SYMBOL Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. ©2007 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved. For system, product or services availability and specific...

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