AP410C Features

The access point has the following features:
  • Two LED status lights

    For LED activity description, see Status LED Activity Description.

  • One light sensor located at the top of the device
  • Two Ethernet ports - Eth0 and Eth1
    Ethernet ports (Eth0 and Eth1) automatically negotiate half- and full-duplex connections with the connecting device.
    • Eth0 is 100/1000/2500 BASE-T
    • Eth1 is 10/100/1000 BASE-T
    These ports are autosensing and adjust to straight-through and crossover standard Cat5 or better Ethernet cables automatically. The access point receives power through an Ethernet connection to the ETH0 port from power sourcing equipment (PSE) that is compatible with the 802.3at and 802.3at standards.
  • One USB port

    Use the USB port to connect USB-based beacons such as iBeacon and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

    Remove the screw that secures the protective cover to access the USB port.

  • One micro USB console port

    For console port information, see Micro USB console port information.

    You can order a micro USB console adapter for the AP410C access point using the part number ACC-WIFI-MICRO-USB.

  • One reset button
  • One security slot


    The best practice is to use Kensington® locks for locking the device.
  • Operating temperature: 0 °C to +40 °C (+32 °F to +104 °F)
  • Storage temperature: −40 °C to +70 °C (−40 °F to +158 °F)
  • Relative humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing

AP410C hardware components

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AP410C access point hardware components
Image of the access point with numerical callouts highlighting the hardware components.
Table 1. Hardware component description
Callout Description
1 Eth0 PoE+
2 Eth1
3 USB port
4 Console port
5 Reset button
6 Security slot
7 Kensington lock

Micro USB console port information

Use the console port to make a serial connection between your management system and the access point.


When you connect to the device using the micro USB Console port, the management station from which you connect to the device must have a VT100 emulation program, such as Tera Term Pro© (a free terminal emulator) or Hilgraeve HyperTerminal® (provided with Windows® operating systems from XP forward).
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Micro-B model console port pin information
Image of grey micro USB port pins stacked aside each other with numerical callouts from 1 to 5.
Table 2. Micro-B USB pin information
Pin number Pin name and description
1 NC
2 R×D (input to access point)
3 T×D (output to terminal)
4 Signal (GND)
5 Signal (GND)

Reset button details

Use the Reset button to restore the factory default settings.

  1. Insert a paper clip or similar tool into the Reset pinhole and press the button.
  2. To reboot the device, press the button for 5 seconds.
  3. To return the configuration to the factory default settings, press it for at least 10 seconds.

    After releasing the button, the indicator light goes dark, and then glows steady amber while the firmware loads and the system performs a self-test. After the software finishes loading and the access point has connected to ExtremeCloud IQ, the status indicator glows steady white.

  4. To prevent the reset button from resetting the configuration, type this command: no reset-button reset-config-enable

    When this command is enabled, pressing the button for 5 seconds will still reboot the access point, but pressing it for more than 10 seconds will not reset its configuration.

Device physical specifications, radio specifications, and power tables

For detailed device specifications and radio specifications, refer to the AP410C access point data sheet.