Ray’s R6A – O is a dual-concurrent, Cloud-managed Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) access point with 2X2:2 MU-MIMO, OFDMA and 1024 QAM.

With its maximum speed of 1.8 Gbps, this high density outdoor wireless access point is perfect for public venues such as airports, enterprise campuses, outdoor arenas, public venues, industrial sites, stadiums, etc. The R6A-O is a great platform for data-intensive streaming multimedia applications like 4K video transmissions in high-density deployments.

It easily manages through physical, virtual and cloud management options.

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  • Guest Wi-Fi
    • 9 Authentication Types & Built-in Design Templates
    • Built-in AAA (Radius) and Plan Management
    • Upload & Edit own Captive Portal Design
    • Achieve Regulatory Compliance
  • Intelligent RRM
    • Spectral scans provide Real-time RF view
    • Visualize AP Density, Radio Events & Channel Occupancy
    • Automated RF Channel & Power Optimization
    • Mitigate Co-channel Interference & Signal Coverage problems
  • Vigil
    • Proactive Network Audit
    • Achieve continuous Regulatory Compliance
    • Enforce Company Policies
    • CISO Report
  • Enterprise Policies
    • Granularize policies per Individual, Group or SSID
    • Enforce Time, Speed, Quota & Content Policies
    • Categorize traffic into High, Medium & Low priorities
    • Layer 7 Application Control and Shaping
    • Enforce BYOD policies


The EYE focusses on two key Network important to an Enterprise. One is to give a Stellar Wi-Fi user experience and two is to Minimize IT support costs.

To provide a Wi-Fi experience that is quantifiably good, the key service-level thresholds such as time to connect, capacity, coverage, throughput, and uptime must be visible and measurable. KPI can then be set on these parameters to understand their adherence.

To Minimize IT support costs, Ray plays a two-part role. Based on the inputs, the system Proactively optimize performance and can Prioritize applications, resources, and users without manual intervention. Secondly, the AI driven Anomaly detection to automate triggers to capture wireless and wired packets. These are fed into event correlation engine to build a platform that acts as your in-house IT 24×7.

Industrial IoT (IIoT), enterprise IoT and Home IoT are witnessing a boom. The industrial IoT market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.7% from 2019 to 2027 to reach $263.4 billion by 2027. With IoT taking a centre stage and machines surpassing the humans, the security landscape changes from endpoint security to Security of Things (SoT).

Since most IoT devices use Wi-Fi to connect to the internet, Ray’s cloud managed wireless access point is at a strategic place to provide Security of Things (SoT) without any agent or network scanning.

Ray has a pre-built library of 1000s of IoT devices and it keeps growing. Ray uses Machine Learning to provide Real-time & continuous Vulnerability Assessment of IoT devices.

SoT security is a must in today’s times. The Security of Things (SoT) is when the daily physical devices are connected digitally and are embedded with internet connectivity sensors. The communication and control of these devices happen via the web. Data is transferred over a network via these devices and security of the data as well as the device is the primary concern.

With Machine Learning (ML), Ray takes responsibility of the security aspect and has an SoT library of 1000s of devices providing auto-learn signatures. In case of mishaps, Ray access points are notified with SoT anomaly detection and alerts. Upon threat detection, SoT can respond via Network Disconnect or Network Quarantine of the IoT device.

Proving the Moore’s perception that the number of transistors on a microchip doubles every two years, though the cost of computers is halved is right, the computational capabilities of wireless access points are increasing.

Ray has focused to ensure the decrease of overall TCO and increase in the lifetime value of a Ray wireless access point for the enterprise.

Ray has achieved this by opening the Ray operating system to application developers. This has led to apps like SD-WAN, VPN, attendance management, employee productivity etc. to be available on the Ray application store.

These apps are tested for their security, privacy, and performance against the stringent policies of Ray.

The SAAS nature of the application store ensures overall affordability whilst bringing extensibility to the Ray ONE.

  • ChurnAlert protects ISP Investment
  • Eliminates Truck Rolls
  • Integrates with ISP BSS
  • Proactive Approach to customer complaints

Ray’s wireless access points are extremely ISP focused and have been designed keeping their struggles in mind.

The prices of internet are going down while the cost of providing high quality service are increasing. On one hand the Truck rolls, high installation costs and increasing service costs are driving the ISP costs higher and on the other hand, poor Quality of Experience and slow response to complaints are driving the customer to churn out.

Ray’s ChurnAlert uses Machine Learning to monitor 33 datapoints of CRM and Ray ONE to predict the customer Quality of Experience (QoE) and thereby the probability of customer churn from the ISP. These data points put the ISP on a front foot to provide proactive support whilst reducing the Truck rolls and reducing operation costs by 30% to 50%.

The 100% API availability and pre-defined integration points enable Ray to integrate with ISP BSS backend and provide a single unified platform for customer enablement and support.

Traditional enterprise wireless solutions are controller based or based on first generation cloud which are expensive to scale and difficult to manage. The roll outs of new features are slow are they not equipped for the modern-day enterprise which demands intelligence, reliability and performance from its network.

Ray’s cloud is microservices driven and architected on the enterprise stream processing platforms performing real-time data streaming. The deployment on Amazon Web Services (AWS) ensures multi-Availability Zone (AZ) ensuring high availability for mission critical enterprise networks.

The powerful cloud enables Ray to provide the most intelligent AI engine to drive features like EYE, Insights, ChurnAlert and Vigil taking network security, automation and user engagement to the next level.

End to End 256-bit encryption ensures security and privacy of enterprise data.

Ray has strived to ensure Simple and engaging User experience via intuitive UI design that reduces the learning curve whilst providing all the features expected of an Enterprise grade Wireless Access Point.

The API contains a set of tools known as endpoints for building software and applications that extend the Ray application data and statistics to enterprise applications or dashboard.

Ray has been true to the principle of being open by providing 100% API coverage. The API is very well documented and available to via the support portal of Ray.

All the API are modern and RESTful and use HTTPS requests to access and use data. The data is provided in a JSON human-readable format.

  • Manage Anytime, Anywhere
  • Android & IOS
  • Realtime alerts & Actionable Insights
  • Interactive Dashboards & key information always available

Enterprise networks of the day serve mission critical functions. Insights might be required at the middle of the night or during travel or even vacation.

Ray extends the cloud controller via the Ray Mobile Application to enable visualization of the enterprise network and all the key KPI from anywhere and anytime.

The Ray mobile app also provides real-time notifications and alerts to the IT Admins keeping them in loop with all network activities.

The Ray mobile app is available for both Android and IOS ecosystems ensuring full coverage.

Wireless Networks or Wi-Fi is the most preferred connectivity option for devices and things. It is also the preferred method used by hackers to hack into the enterprise network and steal sensitive data or to implant malware costing businesses millions in revenue loss along with loss of customer and market respect.

The most well-known Wireless attacks are Rouge AP and Evil Twin attacks.

Ray wireless access point creates a trusted and safe Wireless Environment by doing continuous and proactive RF scans while ensuring optimum wireless performance. Whenever it detects a Rouge AP or Evil Twin, a notification is sent to the IT Admin to ensure the same is mitigated.

60% of security breaches are caused due to human error. Ray enforces best practice templates in configuration to reduce the chances of misconfiguration or weak wireless configuration.

The growth in connected devices and streaming services that rely on Wi-Fi connectivity has resulted in the need for smarter Wi-Fi networks that provide extended, uniform coverage across places that have no wired connectivity.

Ray uses Wi-Fi Alliance certified Wi-Fi EasyMesh and Qualcomm Wi-Fi SON to employ multiple access points that work together to form a unified network that provides smart, efficient Wi-Fi throughout the indoor and outdoor spaces.

The easy setup delivers automatic device onboarding and configuration while the flexible design allows for best placement of multiple APs providing extended courage.

The Ray wireless access points are self-managing and self-optimizing. It collects network information and responds to changes in the network conditions to maximize performance.

The Ray wireless access points use effective load balancing to guide the devices to roam to the best connection and avoid interference.

Several Ray access points use a dedicated 3rd Radio to provide Mesh wireless backhaul thereby increasing the Mesh performance.

Network Security is the need of the day. Most of the users use Wi-Fi as a preferred Internet connection method and Ray uses this strategic position in the network to provide key Insights to the enterprise.

TRay can monitor, categorize and block web traffic passing through the Wireless Access Point. The categorization definitions are kept in sync with the best security companies in the security space.

Ray goes a step further to monitor, categorize and block L7 applications through a world class DPI engine running on the Wi-Fi access point.

Additionally, Ray can Geo Segment the traffic to understand the destination of the traffic. Ray can also expose traffic to TOR sites, Crypto currency mining sites and IP with low reputation and/or blacklisted IP. This can expose security holes in the network.

Insights gives a peace of mind to the IT admin by providing a visual network overview.

Ray’s outdoor wireless access point are made from industrial-grade components and are certified for IP67* rating. This makes the wireless access points highly resistant to temperature and weather conditions and ensure optimal performance even in adverse conditions.

These help to extend Wi-Fi outdoors by providing a highly scalable coverage to deliver solid connectivity even in rugged and hazardous locations.

The external antenna extends coverage providing great throughput.

The dedicated 3rd radio in several Ray outdoor wireless access points provides wireless connectivity in hard to reach places without need of a wireline internet connection.


  • Wi-Fi Standards
    • 802.11 ax/ac/b/g/n
  • AP Type
    • Indoor, dual radio, 5GHz and 2.4GHz 802.11ax 2×2 MIMO
  • Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) Features
    • Target Wake Time (TWT)
    • Spatial Frequency Reuse (BSS Coloring)
  • Radio
    • 2.4 GHz 802.11 ax/ac/b/g/n client access radio
    • 5 GHz 802.11 ax/ac/b/g/n client access radio
  • Max aggregate frame rate
    • Max aggregate frame rate: 1.8 Gbps
    • 2.4GHz: 574 Mbps
    • 5GHz: 1201 Mbps
  • Supported data rates (Mbps)
    • 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, 11
    • 802.11a/g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54
    • 802.11n: 6.5 to 300 (MCS0 to MCS15, HT20 to HT40), 400 with 256-QAM
    • 802.11ac: 6.5 to 867 (MCS0 to MCS9, NSS = 1 to 2, VHT20 to VHT80), 1,083 with 1024-QAM
    • 802.11ax (2.4GHz): 3.6 to 574 (MCS0 to MCS11, NSS = 1 to 2, HE20 to HE40)
    • 802.11ax (5GHz): 3.6 to 1,201 (MCS0 to MCS11, NSS = 1 to 2, HE20 to HE80)
  • Supported frequency bands (country-specific restrictions apply)
    • Supported frequency bands
      (country-specific restrictions apply):
    • 2.412-2.484 GHz
    • 5.150-5.250 GHz (UNII-1)
    • 5.250-5.350 GHZ (UNII-2)
    • 5.470-5.600, 5.660-5.725 GHz (UNII-2e)
    • 5.725-5.850 GHz (UNII-3)
  • Supported Channels ›
    • Available channels dependent on configured regulatory domain
    • 2.4GHz: 1-13
    • 5GHz: 36-64, 100-144, 149-165
  • MIMO
    • 2×2 SU-MIMO
    • 2×2 MU-MIMO
  • Radio Chains and Spatial Streams
    • 2×2:2 streams SU/MU MIMO 5GHz
    • 2×2:2 streams SU/MU MIMO 2.4GHz
  • Channelization
    • 802.11n high-throughput (HT) support: HT20/40
    • 802.11ac very high throughput (VHT) support: VHT20/40/80
    • 802.11ax high efficiency (HE) support: HE20/40/80
  • Security
    • WEP, WPA, WPA2-PSK, WPA2-Enterprise with 802.1X, WPA3 – Personal, WPA3 – Enterprise, WPA3 – Enhanced Open (OWE)
    • Personal PSK
  • Wireless Security
    • Real-time WIDS/WIPS with instant alerting
  • Supported radio technologies
    • 802.11b: Direct-sequence spread-spectrum (DSSS)
    • › 802.11a/g/n/ac: Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM)
    • 802.11ax: Orthogonal frequency-division multiple access (OFDMA) with up to 8
      resource units
  • Supported modulation types
    • 802.11b: BPSK, QPSK, CCK
    • 802.11a/g/n: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM (proprietary extension)
    • 802.11ac: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM, 1024-QAM (proprietary extension)
  • Beamforming
    • Transmit Beamforming and Maximal Ratio Combining
  • Mesh
    • SON based Mesh
  • Antenna Optimization
    • Polarization Diversity with Maximal Ratio Combining (PDMRC)
  • Wi-Fi Channel Management
    • Intelligent Radio Resource Management (iRRM)
  • Client Density Management
    • Adaptive Band Balancing
    • Client Load Balancing
    • Airtime Fairness
    • Airtime-based WLAN Prioritization
  • Antenna
    • 2.4GHz omni-directional antennas with 3 dBi peak gain
    • 5GHz omni-directional antennas with 6 dBi peak gain
  • Peak Transmit Power (Tx port/chain + Combining gain)
    • Maximum (aggregate, conducted total) transmit power (limited by local regulatory requirements)
    • 2.4 GHz band: 26 dBm
    • 5 GHz band: 25 dBm
  • Transmit power
    • Configurable in increments of 0.5 dBm
  • Maximum number of associated client devices
    • Up to 256 associated client devices per radio
    • Up to 512 clients per AP
  • Maximum number of BSSIDs
    • 16 BSSIDs per radio
    • Up to 31 per AP
  • IP
    • IPv4, IPv6, dual stack
  • VLAN
    • 802.1Q (1 per BSSID or dynamic per user based on RADIUS)
    • VLAN Pooling
    • Port-based
  • 802.1x
    • Authenticator & Supplicant
  • Tunnel
    • L2TP
    • GRE/EoGRE
    • Openvpn
    • L2TP/IPSEC
  • Policy Management Tools
    • Application Recognition and Control
    • Access Control Lists
    • Device Fingerprinting
    • Rate Limiting
    • Integrated Layer 7 firewall with mobile device policy management
    • Flexible guest access with device isolation
  • Quality of Service
    • WMM Access Categories with DSCP and 802.1p support
    • QoS-based scheduling
    • Directed Multicast
    • L2/L3/L4 ACLs
  • Mobility
    • 802.11r for fast Layer 2 roaming
    • Centralized Layer 3 roaming
  • Ethernet (WAN)
    • 1x 10/100/1000 BASE-T Ethernet (RJ45)
    • Power over Ethernet (802.3af/at) with Category
    • cable PD.
    • · LLDP
  • Reset Button
    • Reset to the factory default settings
  • Indicators
    • One multi-color status LED
  • Physical Size
    • 45.5 cm (L)
    • 28. 5 cm (W)
    • 12.5 cm (H)
  • Weight
    • 3.78 kg
  • Mounting
    • Mounts to walls and horizontal, vertical, and angled poles
  • Operating temperature
    • -20~45 ℃
  • Humidity
    • 5%~95% non-condensing
  • Storage Temperature
    • -0~70 ℃
  • Storage Humidity
    • 5%~95% non-condensing
  • DC Adaptor (12V, 2.0A, 24W)
    • 16.58W
  • 802.3at PoE+
    • 18.71W
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

    • Wall/Ceiling plate bracket
    • Ethernet Cable
    • Mounting Screws
    • Quick Start Guide