SnapAV broadens the Pakedge networking equipment line with the new Pakedge RT-3100 Gigabit Router. SnapAV, a provider of A/V, surveillance, networking, automation, and remote management products for professionals, broadens the Pakedge networking equipment line with the new Pakedge RT-3100 Gigabit Router. Designed to provide premium network performance, reliability, and security for homes and small businesses, the RT-3100 delivers gigabit WAN-to-LAN throughput, customizable firewall settings, a streamlined configuration for faster installs, and built-in BakPak remote monitoring for connected devices.
The RT-3100 Router brings quick setup, pressure-tested reliability, and performance for the custom install channel including residential, light commercial, and builder communities. The RT-3100 is engineered to deliver up to one gigabit WAN-to-LAN throughput to provide exceptional performance for the growing number of bandwidth-hungry smart devices in homes and businesses. The RT-3100’s customizable VLAN and policy management enables more granular control of network traffic, including traffic management between VLANs down to the individual device level.
With BakPak remote management built-in, dealers are able to manage and monitor their customer’s network and connected devices such as those for automation, lighting, entertainment, and more. BakPak is license-free and helps dealers increase their business efficiency and keep customers happy without needing to roll a truck.
“Remote management facilitates the excellent service that homeowners expect from local professionals by giving dealers the ability to proactively troubleshoot and manage a network,” said Charlie Kindel, SnapAV chief product & technology officer. “Pakedge continues to bring a breadth of networking solutions with major value over competitive products. The Pakedge RT-3100 is a new go-to for dealers to maintain capable, reliable, and right-sized networks for any client’s A/V system or smart home. Dealers can look across the complete Pakedge line to standardize on a single brand irrespective of project size.”