The GIS-K7 Hotspot Gateway plugs into your current router and provides controlled access to the Internet.
- Peer to Peer Blocking
- Works with any Access Point
- Fully customizable login page
- Access Code login
- Set bandwidth limits per user
- Cloud Management
- Data limits
- Multi WAN - Load balancing and failover
- Robust firewall
- Facebook login
- Email and data collection
- Content filtering
The GIS-K7 Hotspot Gateway allows you to safely and securely share your Internet connection with your guests.
Main features include displaying a custom login page, capturing user data for marketing and managing users with a range of powerful tools. You can choose how you want to provide Internet access.
Bandwidth controls to improve quality of service (QoS) on the unit can be enabled to limit user download and upload speed, spreading the available bandwidth evenly across users. You can also set time and data limits per user from any device connected to your network.
The GIS-K7 Hotspot Gateway is a simple plug and play installation, requiring no specialist knowledge.
The GIS-K7 offers an economical approach to providing managed Internet access for very small Wireless Internet Service Provider operations that operate a pre-paid cash business: micro-WISP’s. The high performance wireless 802.11/n offers connection speeds up to 300Mb/s. The GIS-K7has a powerful omni-directional antenna and can be installed on the roof of a tall building or tower to provide a line of sight connection to potential subscribers.
Installing the GIS-K7 is simple: connect the WAN port to the Internet and power it up. Connect a computer to the wireless "Hot Spot" connection then a browser is opened. The browser screen will display the setup wizard.
The GIS-K7 can provide free Internet access with a disclaimer. However most customers will use the GIS-K7 to sell Internet access. The GIS-K7 controls Internet access by requesting users to type an access code into the login page to connect to the Internet. The GIS-K7 includes access code generation and management that is used by the business owner to generate and delete codes. Access codes can be prepared in a voucher format, edited and then downloaded to print on a letter size printer. The vouchers can be sold to customers with a cash transaction. This microWISP mode of operation is very popular in many countries around the world. The GIS-K7 firewall prevents a hacker getting access to network equipment installed on the WAN port of the GIS-K7. The GIS-K7 is powered via a 24 volt PoE supply provided with the unit.
The GIS-K7 is the lowest cost and most sophisticated solution for microWISP businesses that wish to monetize simple Internet service provisioning through the cash sale of vouchers.
The login page will allow your guests access to the Internet using the following methods:
Providing email address and other information
Login with a pre-generated login code
Automatic billing for Internet access
Agree to terms and conditions
or Open Access
|No limit to the number of users|
|Throughput: up to 75 Mb/s|
|Access code database: 10000|
|WAN: RJ-45 10/100|
|Wireless port: 802.11/n, 300Mb/s|
|2.4GHz to 2.484 GHz|
|RF Power output: +27dBm (800mW)|
|6dBi Omni-directional antenna|
|Dimensions and Power|
|42cm x 4.5cm diameter|
|24v 110v/220v PoE supply 12W|