You can add WatchGuard access points to WatchGuard Cloud to monitor and configure your devices. Wi-Fi in WatchGuard Cloud enables you to centrally manage multiple wireless access points across your distributed workforce.
You cannot manage the new Wi-Fi 6 access points (AP130, AP330, AP430CR, and AP432) with the Gateway Wireless Controller on a Firebox or with Wi-Fi Cloud. You cannot use WatchGuard Cloud to manage previously released access points (AP120, AP125, AP225W, AP320, AP322, AP325, AP327X, AP420) that are currently managed by the Gateway Wireless Controller on a Firebox or with Wi-Fi Cloud.
WatchGuard Access Points
WatchGuard Cloud managed access points deliver next-generation hardware to support Wi-Fi 6 technology and the highest level of encryption with WPA3.
Wi-Fi in WatchGuard Cloud supports these access point models:
- AP130 — Supports low-density indoor environments such as a small office or remote workers
- AP330 — Ideal for mid-density environments of all sizes
- AP430CR — For high-density deployments and includes an IP67 rated enclosure ideal for indoor or rugged outdoor deployment conditions
- AP432 — A high performance access point for high-density deployments
For more information about these WatchGuard access points, see WatchGuard AP Hardware Guides.
Access Point Licenses
For more information about the types of access points licenses, see About Wi-Fi in WatchGuard Cloud Access Point Licenses.
Get Started with Wi-Fi in WatchGuard Cloud
For quick start instructions on how to add your access points to WatchGuard Cloud, see Get Started with Wi-Fi in WatchGuard Cloud.
The Wi-Fi in WatchGuard Cloud Deployment Guide provides best practices for network design, deployment, and configuration of wireless environments with Wi-Fi in WatchGuard Cloud.
Access Point Configuration
For more information on how to configure access points and your Wi-Fi networks in WatchGuard Cloud, see Access Points Configuration Overview.