Products

easyWISP Access Control Gateway Products

easyWISP EZ-100g

EZ-100G

The easyWISP EZ-100G gateway controller is an entry level shelf-mounting 12volt router that implements the network access control, subscriber authentication and network management features of the cloud4WISP management system with 100Mb/s throughput. Suitable for a small tower site installations.

easyWISP EZ-250g

EZ-250G

The easyWISP EZ-250G gateway controller is a shelf-mounting 12volt high performance router that implements the network access control, subscriber authentication and network management features of the cloud4WISP management system with 250Mb/s throughput. Suitable for installation at a tower site.

easyWISP EZ-250r

EZ-250R

The easyWISP EZ-250R gateway controller is a rack-mounting high performance router that implements the network access control, subscriber authentication and network management features of the cloud4WISP management system with 250Mb/s throughput. Suitable for installation in a network operations center.

easyWISP EZ-1000g

EZ-1000G

The easyWISP EZ-1000G gateway controller is a shelf-mounting 12volt high performance router that implements the network access control, subscriber authentication and network management features of the cloud4WISP management system with 1Gb/s throughput. Suitable for installation at a tower site.

easyWISP EZ-1000R

EZ-1000R

The easyWISP EZ-1000R gateway controller is a rack-mounting high performance router that implements the network access control, subscriber authentication and network management features of the cloud4WISP management system with 1Gb/s throughput. Suitable for installation in a network operations center.

WISP distributed network topology

easyWISP Cloud

There is no charge to use the easyWISP Cloud, it is included with each gateway product. The key advantages of the easyWISP Cloud system are listed below:


Number of Subscribers



There is no limit to the number of subscribers that can be managed by the easyWISP Cloud and gateways. The number of subscribers that are supported at a tower site is determined by the backhaul circuit speed and the contention ratio (over-subscription ratio) chosen by the WISP, which is calculated to ensure a good quality of customer service.