We have prepared four options that we recommend for those who need to connect their cash register equipment in a stable way.
- Standard connection via router
- Standard connection via switch
- Standard connection via switch and access points
- Standard connection via access point
NOTE! Fixed internet connection via internet cable
For a stable and reliable internet connection to stationary cash registers or payment terminals, we recommend that you connect your devices with an internet cable (network cable) preferably rated Cat 6 or higher.
Standard connection via router
The right placement for your router is important to get the best possible WiFi signal on your network. No need to use a switch or access points here.
Standard connection via switch
Generally, a switch is needed because the business often requires more network outlets than there are outlets on the router. With a switch, you increase the number of outlets and can easily communicate with all devices on the network. We recommend a gigabit switch so the bandwidth is enough for all devices.
Standard connection via switch and access points
If you want to use mobile devices that in turn communicate over the same network with e.g. kitchen printers, then access points are the best way to extend the reach of a wireless network. Required if you use a switch between the router and other equipment.
Standard connection via access point
In larger premises with concrete walls or in businesses with large outdoor seating areas, access points (AP) can be installed. This communication is recommended for better performance in conjunction with an existing router. Connection to the access point (AP) is via an internet cable (network cable) Cat 6 or higher.