Cafe Bateel seamless connectivity for customers while enhancing operational efficiency through integrated systems.

Guest WiFi

Establish secure, unobtrusive WiFi coverage across multiple locations


Ensure smooth performance in busy mall environments with high interference.


Integrate WiFi network with Point of Sale (POS) systems and CCTV security.

Cafe WiFi

EZELINK’s Managed WiFi solution empowered Cafe Bateel to elevate its customer experience and operational efficiency, setting a new benchmark for connectivity excellence in the F&B industry
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Cafe Bateel Wi-Fi network of 13 cafes, spanning both mall-based and standalone outlets connectivity in today’s digital landscape


Branded Captive Portal: EZELINK implemented a branded captive portal, providing customers with a seamless onboarding experience while reinforcing the Cafe Bateel brand identity.

Centralized Cloud Management: Leveraging centralized cloud management, EZELINK ensured uniformity and efficiency in network administration across all cafe locations.

Indoor/Outdoor WiFi Roaming: The solution included indoor and outdoor WiFi roaming capabilities, enabling customers to transition seamlessly between cafe areas without losing connectivity.

POS Integration: Integration with POS systems allowed for real-time transaction processing, stock management, and enhanced customer service.

CCTV Network Support: WiFi network support for CCTV systems enhanced security measures, enabling comprehensive surveillance of cafe premises.

Quality of Service (QoS) Implementation: EZELINK prioritized network traffic to ensure consistent performance, even during peak hours.

Guest Authentication and Access Control: Secure guest authentication and access control mechanisms were implemented to safeguard the network against unauthorized access.

24/7 Monitoring and Support: EZELINK provided round-the-clock monitoring and support, ensuring rapid response to any network issues or performance concerns.

Scalability and Future-Proofing: The solution was designed with scalability and future-proofing in mind, allowing for seamless expansion and integration of emerging technologies.


Enhanced Customer Satisfaction: Customers enjoyed a seamless WiFi experience, whether browsing the menu, accessing digital content, or conducting business transactions.

Operational Efficiency: Integrated systems streamlined operations, improving order processing, inventory management, and overall efficiency.

Fast Deployment: EZELINK’s efficient deployment process minimized downtime, with the entire network set up and operational within one week.

Improved Signal Strength: The WiFi signal strength and stability surpassed previous setups, providing patrons with a reliable and high-speed internet connection.

Centralized Management: Centralized cloud management facilitated easy monitoring, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the entire network from a single dashboard.

Our customers appreciate the seamless WiFi experience at Cafe Bateel, whether they’re enjoying a coffee or browsing the menu. The network reliability and speed have significantly enhanced their overall dining experience.

Cafe Bateel WiFi Products & Solution

AC1350 Outdoor Wireless Access Points

AC600 Indoor Wireless
Access Point

Cloud Managed Gateway & Bandwidth Management

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EZELINK Marks 20 Years of Excellence as a Premier Managed Wi-Fi Provider

In a remarkable milestone, EZELINK proudly commemorates 20 years of unrivaled success as a leading managed Wi-Fi provider in the industry. Specializing in delivering a comprehensive one-vendor solution for all Wi-Fi needs, EZELINK has established itself as a trusted name by manufacturing its wireless gateway, wireless controller, and access points, ensuring seamless wireless service.

As a leading provider of cutting-edge managed WiFi solutions for the enterprise and telecom sectors, our commitment to excellence remains unwavering. Specializing in services tailored for diverse industries, including enterprise hospitality, shopping malls, healthcare, education, events, retail, and cafes, we take pride in our reputation as a reliable and expert manufacturer in the field of wireless access point and WiFi technology.

The key to EZELINK’s success lies in its commitment to providing a holistic solution that goes beyond mere connectivity. By designing and producing its hardware components, including the wireless gateway, controller, and access points, EZELINK ensures a superior level of integration and performance. This integrated approach allows for seamless compatibility with third-party PMS, POS, CRM, ERP, etc. providing clients with a versatile and customizable Wi-Fi solution.

In the dynamic landscape of the Wi-Fi vertical, EZELINK has achieved unparalleled success, setting new standards for reliability, performance, and innovation. This achievement reflects the company’s dedication to staying at the forefront of technological advancements and meeting the evolving needs of its diverse clientele.

One of EZELINK’s distinguishing features is its telecom partner solution, which positions the company as the ideal choice for long-term partnerships with telecommunication service providers. The seamless integration of EZELINK’s managed Wi-Fi services with telecom infrastructures has proven to be a winning formula, enhancing connectivity, and delivering a superior user experience for end-users.

As EZELINK celebrates two decades of success, the company looks forward to continuing its legacy of excellence in the managed Wi-Fi space. The commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction remains unwavering, making EZELINK the preferred choice for businesses seeking a robust and future-ready Wi-Fi solution.

Here’s to 20 years of success and many more to come for EZELINK in the dynamic world of managed Wi-Fi services.

EZELINK is certified and approved by the Security Industries Regulatory Agency (SIRA)

EZELINK is delighted to announce its official certification and approval from the Security Industries Regulatory Agency (SIRA) for its exceptional GPS services designed for vehicles registered under the business category of rental vehicles in Dubai. Our commitment extends to ensuring that our clients’ vehicles are rigorously compliant with all government regulations and policies.

EZELINK’s GPS services are an integral component of the comprehensive EZETracker solution. EZETracker goes beyond mere tracking, offering a multifaceted suite of features, including passenger Wi-Fi, precise vehicle tracking, detailed driving behavior reports, emergency alerts and notifications, and round-the-clock monitoring.

Key features of EZETracker include:

  • Passenger WiFi: EZETracker enhances the passenger experience by providing onboard WiFi connectivity, ensuring that travelers stay connected while on the move.
  • Driving Behavior Monitoring: Gain insights into driver behavior with advanced monitoring capabilities, including braking patterns, speed analysis, and more. EZETracker empowers businesses with data-driven insights to enhance safety and efficiency.
  • Real-time Alerts: Stay informed with real-time alerts that keep you updated on vehicle status, route deviations, and other critical information. Timely alerts help businesses respond swiftly to any situation.
  • 24/7 Monitoring: EZETracker offers round-the-clock monitoring of vehicles, providing an extra layer of security and peace of mind for both businesses and passengers.

EZELINK is committed to ensuring that client vehicles not only meet government regulations and policies but also provide a superior and secure experience for all stakeholders. With EZETracker, we set a new standard for vehicle monitoring in Dubai, delivering not just state-of-the-art technology but also a suite of advanced features that elevate the driving experience

EZELINK Introduces AX2820 WiFi 6 Outdoor Access Point

AX2820 offers faster speeds, better coverage, and enhanced security compared to previous Wi-Fi generations. The access point is designed to handle the unique challenges of outdoor environments, such as stadiums, parks, and other public spaces. 

High Speed Wi-Fi

One of the main advantages of AX2820 Outdoor Wi-Fi 6 Access Point is the ability to offer faster speeds and better coverage. This is achieved through the use of advanced technologies such as Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) and Multi-User Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MU-MIMO). OFDMA allows for more efficient use of spectrum, enabling more devices to connect to the network simultaneously. MU-MIMO allows the access point to communicate with multiple devices at the same time, which helps to increase overall network capacity.

High performance and efficiency

The AX2820 Outdoor Wi-Fi 6 Access Point is designed to handle more devices and higher traffic density, making it ideal for outdoor environments like stadiums, parks, and public spaces. Its advanced features, such as beamforming and transmit beam steering to optimize signal strength and improve coverage. It also comes equipped with powerful processors and memory, allowing it to handle large amounts of data and keep up with the demands of high-density environments.

Network capacity improvement

With OFDMA, SR (Spatial Reuse), and DL/UL MU-MIMO technology, the AX2820 (802.11ax) improves
system capacity when compared with 802.11ac. In addition, AX2820 supports TWT technology.

This allows the AP to schedule the wake-up and sleep activities of WiFi devices in a unified manner, reducing conflicts and unnecessary wake-ups between devices in order to meet the high density concurrent access requirements in congested areas.

Enhanced Security

The AX2820 Outdoor Wi-Fi 6 Access Point comes with built-in security features to protect against common threats such as hacking, spoofing, and man-in-the-middle attacks. It uses advanced encryption algorithms to secure data transmission, and it also comes with built-in firewalls to prevent unauthorized access to the network. Additionally, AX2820 offers cloud-based management and analytics capabilities, which allow for easy remote monitoring, troubleshooting, and configuration.

Flexible, easy to install: Designed to be easy to install and configure, which makes it easy to deploy these access points in a variety of outdoor environments, without having to worry about finding a power source. The access point is also designed to be weather-resistant and durable, making them ideal for use in harsh outdoor conditions.

Cloud-based control, insights and analytics: It offers cloud-based management and analytics capabilities, which allow for easy remote monitoring, troubleshooting, and configuration. which makes it easy to manage a large number of access points from a central location, and it also allows for real-time monitoring and troubleshooting of the network. Additionally, the analytics capabilities provide useful insights into network usage, which can help organizations to optimize their wireless networks for maximum performance and efficiency.

In conclusion, AX2820 Outdoor Wi-Fi 6 Access Point is a powerful and versatile solution for organizations that need to provide wireless coverage in outdoor environments. These access points offer faster speeds, better coverage, enhanced security, and flexible, easy-to-install design. Additionally, its cloud-based management and analytics capabilities make it easy to monitor, troubleshoot, and optimize the network, providing organizations with the insights they need to improve their wireless networks.

High-Density Wireless Network to boost Guest Experience at Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens

Dubai, UAE – December 05, 2022: Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens, the Middle East’s premier sporting event, witnessed a groundbreaking transformation in connectivity, thanks to EZELINK’s cutting-edge Wi-Fi solutions. With a legacy of excellence in designing high-density wireless networks, EZELINK rose to the challenge of providing seamless connectivity for thousands of spectators, vendors, and media personnel at the iconic Sevens Stadium.

Event Overview: Dubai Sevens is synonymous with adrenaline-pumping action and unparalleled excitement, attracting over 100,000 passionate fans annually. As the event continues to grow in scale and significance, Emirates Group partnered with EZELINK to revolutionize game-day operations and enhance the in-stadium experience for attendees.

Wi-Fi Deployment Highlights: The collaboration between Emirates Group and EZELINK resulted in several key achievements:

  • Stadium-wide Connectivity: EZELINK’s high-density Wi-Fi network ensured uninterrupted connectivity across the vast expanse of Sevens Stadium, covering spectator areas, retail outlets, entertainment zones, and management facilities.
  • Tailored Sub-Networks: A total of 36 sub-networks were meticulously designed to cater to diverse requirements, including point-of-sale systems, media broadcasting, security scanners, and guest internet access.
  • Record Deployment: Despite the complexity of the project, EZELINK successfully deployed the WLAN network in just 21 days, a testament to its expertise and efficiency.

Challenges Overcome: The implementation of a robust Wi-Fi infrastructure at Dubai Sevens presented several challenges, including:

  • Massive Coverage Area: With approximately 1.04 million square feet to cover, deploying adequate access points while ensuring seamless connectivity posed a logistical challenge.
  • Diverse User Requirements: Addressing the connectivity needs of diverse stakeholders, including spectators, vendors, media personnel, and event organizers, demanded a comprehensive and scalable solution.
  • Tight Deployment Schedule: The project required meticulous planning and execution to meet the tight deployment schedule without compromising on quality or performance.

Success and Recognition: The successful collaboration between Emirates Group and EZELINK resulted in an unparalleled connectivity experience for attendees at Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens. By leveraging EZELINK’s expertise, the event organizers were able to enhance game-day operations, streamline communication, and elevate the overall spectator experience.

Public Wi-Fi Role & Importance for the development of Smart Cities

In the future, a lot of things in smart cities will happen automatically: the application of the clinic, based on the data from the fitness bracelet, will sign up for a medical examination, and the city services will clean the trash can according to the data from the sensors. Artificial intelligence will identify people with weapons in the crowd, and the fire brigade will go to the place before the call of eyewitnesses – on a signal from video cameras.

Wi-Fi is an integral part of the digital infrastructure that is being deployed in major cities around the world. Most often, its development is hampered by a lack of Wi-Fi investment and the unpreparedness of cities for technological changes.

If these obstacles are overcome, the state and business will be able to interact more effectively with residents and change the urban environment to suit their needs. Studies shows that free Wi-Fi can change life in the city, infrastructure management and give new opportunities to private and public companies.

Tourists and startups choose Wi-Fi

The rise of Wi-Fi could turn cities into technology hubs, with fast public internet attracting young entrepreneurs. For example, in Lithuania, according to Ooma, the fastest public Wi-Fi in the world – it is to him that the mayor of Vilnius assigns a big role in turning the city into a startup hub in Eastern Europe. Wi-Fi also affects tourist activity. The quality of public Wi-Fi is one of the main factors in tourist satisfaction . For these reasons, in Taiwan, two years after the launch of free Wi-Fi for citizens, free access to the public network was also given to guests of the island.

Some countries use free Wi-Fi as one of the gentrification tools. Together with other measures – the emergence of public spaces, subsidies for small businesses – this helps to increase the attractiveness of residential areas.

Now city authorities and businesses that make money on advertising in networks are investing in this. But in the future, operators of “home” Wi-Fi may join the creation of public networks. For example, Comcast, Fon, and Liberty Global are running projects in which city residents provide a small portion of home Wi-Fi power to city networks, and users switch between these points as they move between homes.

Wi-Fi controls road traffic and utilities

Wi-Fi allows you to plan urban infrastructure based on anonymized aggregated data. Like many Internet resources, the network can predictively determine the approximate age of the user, gender and interests. And if there are many young people with children in the area, for example, the authorities can plan the construction of new kindergartens.

One of the main areas Wi-Fi is transforming is transportation. Networked video cameras, touch sensors, smart fare terminals and other gadgets help analyze traffic in public transport and suggest new interchanges, adjust the number of buses, reschedule stops, etc.

In UAE, Wi-Fi is available almost everywhere. It is he who is used by city services to manage the life of the city. To control traffic on the roads, there is an intelligent transportation system that relies not only on a network of gadgets installed on the roads, but also on sensors, cameras and GPS devices that are in a taxi.

Moreover, the system makes it possible to adapt the urban environment for people with disabilities – for example, it automatically identifies them at crossings and increases the green light time.

In UAE, public Wi-Fi is available almost everywhere. Even trash cans give it away.
Wi-Fi also powers other services that enable cities to collect big data, reduce costs, and improve service efficiency—smart parking and smart lighting, smart video surveillance, and automatic water and power supplies.

For example, in Dubai Downtown, smart lighting systems are powered by city Wi-Fi, a key element of the city’s carbon neutral strategy to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Even as hospitals around the world are cutting back on non-COVID-19 patients, Wi-Fi is helping patients with other ailments take advantage of telemedicine.

Giving away free internet on the hospital grounds will aloow visitors to consult a doctor without leaving their car. Those who do not have a phone or computer with them can be given a tablet in the parking lots with installed software for communicating with doctors.

Florence has reduced traffic congestion with its “ Smart Traffic Management ” program by adding a few hundred more devices to its existing network of cameras and Bluetooth sensors. They are interconnected and transmit information via Wi-Fi to the local traffic police and administration. Based on the data, these authorities manage traffic lights and parking lots in the city.

Wi-Fi will attract customers who pass by

Not only city services get the opportunity to change their work. For offline businesses, especially local ones, Wi-Fi is a new way to communicate with potential buyers. Businesses such as a hairdresser, a repair shop, a coffee shop cannot yet transfer their services online, but it becomes easier to get to know the consumer virtually.

This is possible with the help of smart phone MAC address identification technology. The business engages with an audience that has recently been around through Wi-Fi ads when they connect and through social media or SMS. The owner can target ads to potential visitors to a particular establishment instead of buying huge coverage of an unnecessary audience.

In addition, both private and public companies can use Wi-Fi to personalize the user experience. This possibility seems too futuristic for now, but it is quite feasible in the near future.

Users will be able to customize their preference profiles in the services of Wi-Fi operators. Then, for example, when entering a train compartment, lighting, temperature, types of entertainment content and other parameters will automatically adjust to the user.

Anonymized data will allow you to offer users the necessary services. Thus, urban information content will be issued depending on the profile of the resident.

Wi-Fi serves as a backbone for cellular networks

There are more and more cases in the world when Wi-Fi becomes the basis for the services of cellular operators. Global telecommunications companies have long considered Wi-Fi as a partner in building infrastructure for smart cities. Public Internet access is an opportunity to reduce the load on cellular network.

In order to digitize the cities, it is necessary to deal with economic feasibility – it is costly to build such infrastructure in non-millionaires. Not so long ago, Google closed Stations, a project to develop free Wi-Fi around the world. It failed to monetize. This task can be solved if the state becomes more active in attracting private business in exchange for future income from the commercial use of digital infrastructure.

In addition, city authorities do not always have time to adapt to technological changes and find experienced personnel to process data and ensure the operation of new systems. Cooperation with businesses will help reduce the shortage of qualified personnel. New programs should also influence the development of infrastructure.

One of the options for implementation is the refusal of mobile operators to pay for access to such resources. Another option that will help develop the infrastructure for smart cities is urban Wi-Fi, using which you do not have to pay for access not only to socially significant, but also to any resources.

These are not insurmountable obstacles, but the next tasks that it is beneficial for the state and business to solve in order to provide the metropolis with ubiquitous Internet access. Only with the help of developed infrastructure will it be possible to spread the digital ecosystem throughout the country and provide citizens with access to personalized services.

Smart DDI (DNS, DHCP, IPAM) Solution

DNS, DHCP, IPAM – together they form what we often refer to as DDI. They all work together to manage, assign, and resolve IP addresses and form an important part of any network. we explain below what each of these components are, what they are used for, and why you need them.

Today we start our journey by discussing IP addresses, what they are and why we use them. We will then introduce the DHCP system, how it works and what are its various components. After that, we will discuss the interaction between DNS and DHCP and why it is so important. And we’ll end this article by explaining what DDI is and why it’s so important. And after we’ve finished learning all the basics, we’ll move on to reviewing the multiple versions of EZELINK DDI/IPAM solutions for various industries.

IP addresses are at the very center of the Internet. They uniquely identify each device connected to the network. There is an important distinction to be made between public IP addresses and private IP addresses. The former are those used on devices connected to the public internet. For example, a web server often has a public IP address. The Internet router installed by your ISP in your home also has a public IP address. On the other hand, private IP addresses are the ones we use in home and corporate networks. They must also be unique, but only within a particular network.

Back in the prehistory of the Internet, when the IP protocol was defined, each connected device was manually configured with a separate IP address. We called it static or fixed IP addressing. It was cumbersome but ok since the number of connected hosts was low. As networks (both public and private) grew, it became increasingly difficult to manually configure IP addresses, as the process was error-prone and often resulted in duplicate IP addresses on the network. It took until the early 1990s before a durable solution was introduced in the form of DHCP.


The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol – or DHCP as we commonly call it – was invented to dynamically assign IP addresses and allow connected hosts to connect. DHCP eliminates the need to manually configure IP addresses. DHCP not only configures IP addresses, it can configure most of the connected host’s network settings, such as IP address, subnet mask, name servers, WIND server(s) in the Windows environment, and a few other settings. All parameters are dynamically configured each time the host is started on the network.

No matter what exact parameters are configured by DHCP, the host configuration process is always the same. This is a four step process called DORA which stands for Discovery, Request, Offer and Acknowledgment. Here’s what happens when the host starts.

During the discovery phase, the host sends a broadcast message – this is a message that will be received by any host connected to a network called DHCPDISCOVERY. The message must be transmitted because the host does not currently know the address of the DHCP server.

In the second step, the server responds with a DHCP offer. The offer contains all the host network interface configuration options. Now, this is where things get a little more complicated. Because there can be multiple DHCP servers on a network, a host can receive multiple offers. When this happens, the host will simply select one of the offers and move on to the next step. Which one to choose? He usually chooses the first offer he gets.

In the next step, the host sends a DHCP request. It turns on the offer it chooses and will instruct the server whose offer it decides to proceed with, telling other servers that sent offers they had rejected and that they can release the offered IP addresses.

In the final step, the server sends a DHCP acknowledgment to the host confirming that it has correctly reserved the proposed IP address for that host.

DHCP client component

The DHCP configuration information received by the client and used to configure the network interface is invalid forever. In fact, it is leased, not assigned, by the DHCP server. And that lease expires.

It is one of the most important tasks of a DHCP client to ensure that the interface configuration remains valid. It does this by periodically trying to renew the lease before it expires. The update process uses the same DORA sequence. The only difference is that during the discovery phase, the client requests the same IP address that it already has.

Another important function of the DHCP client is the release mechanism. Whenever the client no longer claims its IP address, as it can when it terminates, it will notify the DHCP server to release the IP address so that it can be reused by the server.

DHCP Server Component

As far as a DHCP server is concerned, its main job is to send configuration information to any host that requests it, and have it send unique options to each individual host. IP addresses can be assigned by a DHCP server in one of three ways: dynamic, automatic, or static.

Dynamic allocation assigns a new IP address to each IP address. Automatic allocation is similar, except that the server will keep track of what IP address was assigned to each host and will try to assign it the same address the next time it connects.

And finally, with manual allocation, the administrator must manually associate a specific host, identified by its MAC address, with a specific IP address. This is also called a DHCP reservation because it reserves a specific address for a specific host.

Interaction between DHCP and DNS

The Domain Name Service – or DNS – is used to map hostnames to IP addresses. In a private network using dynamic DHCP allocation, there is often some integration between DNS and DHCP. So DNS always knows the current IP address of each host.

This is why many DHCP servers also include a DNS server. This applies, for example, to the Microsoft DHCP server, which is fully integrated with the DNS server.


DDI is an acronym for DHCP, DNS and IPAM or IP address management. While we have not yet discussed the latter. IPAM refers to any software used to manage IP addresses. Such systems can typically be used to manage both DHCP-assigned addresses and statically-assigned addresses that are manually configured on hosts.

With the tight integration that is required between the three, it is quite normal that many vendors have three products built into each other, or that they offer all three products separately.

EZELINK 5 versions of DDI/IPAM Systems

Every DDI Solution of EZELINK can be used with all 3 features of (DNS, DHCP, IPAM) or as an individual product model of (EZE-DNS, EZE-DHCP and EZE-IPAM) in a standalone and can be inetgrated with many popular DNS and DCHP servers, such as the ones we find on Windows and Linux.

EZELINK Platinum Network DDI

EZELINK Platinum DDI is one of the best in network management. The product conist of some of the best tools for helping administrators. It allows you to use built-in DHCP and DNS servers making it a complete DDI system, and the software can also communicate with DHCP and DNS server from Microsoft and Cisco so you don’t have to replace all your infrastructures.

The software allows you to use several distribution methods for IP addresses. For example, you can use reservations for servers and other equipment and dynamically allocated addresses for workstations. Everything is fully integrated into DNS. In addition, a configuration wizard is included to assist in configuring DHCP scopes.

EZELINK Platinum Network DDI uses user accounts with different access levels. You can grant only partial access to some junior administrators, or allow managers to view reports. There is also a good logging system that records all changes with a timestamp and the username of the operator who made the changes. This can help with compliance issues.

EZELINK Large Enterprise DDI

EZELINK Large Enterprise DDI is one of the industry leaders in this field. The address management is best suited for large corporations with a network management team. The IPAM system is actually a complete DDI system that includes DHCP and DNS. It can also communicate with DHCP and DNS servers from Microsoft.

It’s a is a dual stack system, which means it can work with both IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time. It’s really a great tool to use when moving from one to the other. From a security point of view, the system has workflows and approval schemes, as well as user accounts with hierarchical rights.

The system uses network templates. They allow the administrator to use information layouts that prevent important tasks from being overlooked and that all important data is present. In a nutshell, the EZELINK Large Enterprise IPAM system automates as many network administration tasks as possible. As a result, problems caused by human error are less common. It is a premium package so you can expect premium prices, but if you manage a large network it’s worth the investment. You can visit our DDI Solution page for more information.

EZELINK Centralized DDI

EZELINK Centralized DDI is ideal for management of the IP address space. It can handle both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. The built-in IP manager software helps network administrators determine whether an IP address is currently available or not. The IP Address Manager tool periodically scans the subnets and updates the availability status of the IP addresses on each subnet.

Users can use the IP Address Manager tools to quickly and easily check if a particular IP address is reserved or available. The tool accepts multiple subnet inputs, which helps when scanning the entire network to get the status of all IP addresses.

Request for a free demo of the product, with limited to one subnet. It is enough to give the product a trial run. It might even be all you need if you run a smaller network. Visit the EZELINK website for more information.


EZELINK SME IPAM & DHCP is better suited for small to medium networks. Like other SME systems, it has templates for automating routine tasks. It also comes with excellent standard reports. And if you don’t find existing templates or reports to your liking, you can customize them to your liking.

SME IPAM & DHCP allows managers to track key resource usage. It also has snooping features that help you manage your DHCP usage efficiently. Security-wise, this is great, as it also includes the ability to identify external addresses and isolate rogue devices. This is a pretty unique feature that you won’t find on other systems. It shows how EZELINK treats security like it does IPAM and has safeguards built into the system.

New nodes can be centrally integrated into the network through the DDI user interface, and per-node usage comparison is also simplified with efficient MAC address records as well as IP address tracking


EZELINK IP Manager is a great DDI kit is an automated Internet-based IPv4/IPv6 address management software (IPAM). It has powerful network discovery features and offers search and filter functions for networks and host by resolving equivalent expressions in the Internet search engine. This allows you to find information that administrators often require easily and quickly.”

In concrete terms, it’s a great system, especially for small businesses that might not be able to afford large solutions like Centralized DDI and SME IPAM & DHCP. It includes all the features a network administrator could want with minimal price. And it also has some unique features like subnet calculator and IP address plan builder. This is definitely a package worth looking into.


EZELINK has a big range of multiple versions of DDI platform suited to every organization as per heir requirements and features. The above five are the ones we think will cover most of the industry business requirements for large and small networks. But if you feel you need a turnkey solution EZELINK R&D team can be a big help to deliver customized solution as per your requirements .

EZELINK Trusted Wireless Access Gateway

Help carriers upgrade their existing LTE networks , generate additional Trusted Wireless Access ( TWAG ) revenues and accelerate 5G deployments.

Gateway operates on the same 5G band (up to 6 GHz) that operators will use to upgrade their LTE networks , which will expand coverage for trusted wireless access and enhanced mobile broadband services.

The TWAG market is projected to grow by about 50% from 18.5 million to 27.5 million households by 2022. Operators are increasingly using TWAG technologies to grow their business and monetize new services. Wireless networks will play a critical role in supporting new broadband access services, with a 16% market share of TWAG by 2022.

The EZELINK TWAG solution will help operators gain significant value from this growing market segment. This solution is a hardware device that can be easily installed indoors and connected wirelessly to a mobile network.

The gateway provides gigabit speeds to home subscribers based on the 3GPP wireless New Radio (NR) standard. Using carrier aggregation, the gateway improves network performance and reliability by selecting the most reliable 4G and 5G signals.

This solution is easy to install in a plug-and-play manner and helps the subscriber with the help of a visual system to find the optimal installation point where maximum performance is achieved.

Compatibility with the EZELINK WiFi Solution provides seamless ultra-broadband connectivity anywhere in the enterprise. The EZELINK Trusted Gateway optimizes spectrum utilization and uses the industry’s highest antenna gain to double indoor coverage, triple downlink capacity, and five times uplink throughput. compared to traditional networks.

Over the past year, EZELINK has significantly expanded its family of ultra-wideband solutions to include TWAG solutions for the home, including 4G LTE solutions, PON wireless solutions for the license-free 60 GHz band, and today’s announced 4G and 5G indoor solutions. EZELINK is currently testing Gateways with a number of carriers, such as Zain, which recently deployed an EZELINK Gateway installed on premises to stream 4K video services over a live network to a select group of home subscribers.

The use of the EZELINK TWAG is an important part of our plans to launch commercial wireless services on fixed broadband networks. This could drastically change the performance of wireless broadband access in households across the country We can leverage our existing mobile resources to quickly deliver new ultra-broadband services to customers over radio channels. We are committed to continuously improving wireless services for the benefit of our customers and are therefore delighted to work with EZELINK to find new applications for this technology as we evolve our networks.

5G fixed wireless access systems allow operators to offer ultra-broadband services to home subscribers and corporate customers . But beyond that, well-designed solutions like the EZELINK TWAG allow the subscriber to install these devices themselves in their homes. As a result, the operator does not need to send his specialists to the field, and the load on the service department is significantly reduced, while customer satisfaction, on the contrary, increases. TWAG is becoming an important ultra-wideband tool for all carriers as demand for bandwidth increases and user expectations rise.

EZELINK is a leader in 5G fixed wireless access. Our solutions help the operator offer ultra-broadband services to its subscribers faster and expand its subscriber base. Our TWAG solution accelerates 5G network rollout and delivers the full benefits of 5G to home subscribers, dramatically improving the quality of home services.

EZELINK is the world leader in wireless networks and the only company in the industry to offer a comprehensive suite of solutions for wireless deployments. Used in more than 70 projects, our TWAG solutions, software tools and services enable customers to take advantage of the enormous potential of next-generation network technology.

EZELINK continues to expand its Middle East Footprint, opening Muscat branch office

EZELINK is glad to announce the opening of another branch office in Muscat that will primarily offer sales, consulting and after-sales support for our existing and upcoming clients in Oman. As part of EZELINK’s expansion strategy, the Muscat branch is one of the several locations EZELINK operates in GCC besides Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh.

EZELINK is one of the leading manufacturers of wireless products including Access Points, Bandwidth Management, Gateways, Controllers and products for telcos like TWAG, Monetization, NMS, Analytics, SMP and DDI. Oman is one of our key markets, and in order to further strengthen our local market presence, we have established a branch office in Muscat. “Only locally we can care for the customers in a market as important for us as Oman” notes EZELINK.

Dubai Marine Wi-Fi 6 Solution and Centralized Network Management

Public WiFi

Indoor/outdoor WiFi, serving up to 50,000 visitors every month

Brand Recognition

Branded captive portal to promote the brand, along with gathering user information

Bandwidth Management

User login interval, maximum allowed logins, daily bandwidth quota and number of logins.


The key challenges during the project were outdoor installation on the facade to cover walkway outside the mall, work permits and strict timing as per the mall management guidelines. The project carried out during the high risk time of Coronavirus (COVID-19) to prevent the employee’s exposure and contamination of work environment high level of safety measures taken until the completion of the project.
Square Feet
Visitors per Month
NOC Services

Dubai Marine Resort has teamed up with EZELINK to provide high-capacity indoor and outdoor wireless coverage, along with a branded user experience. This partnership enhances connectivity and offers seamless internet access throughout the resort’s villas and outdoor areas.

Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa is located in the heart of Dubai, at the beginning of Jumeirah beach road. The prime luxury beach resort offers, 34 state-of-the-art villas, a fitness centre, two floodlit tennis courts, private pools, exclusive spa and three onsite restaurants. The management recognizes that guest satisfaction lies meeting fast and reliable Wi-Fi service throughout the property indoor and outdoor areas.


Guest WiFi
• Indoor/outdoor WiFi Roaming
• Branded Captive Portal
• User Data Collection
• Bandwidth Management
• 24/7 NOC Services

Guest WiFi
• Indoor/outdoor WiFi Roaming
• Branded Captive Portal
• User Data Collection
• Bandwidth Management
• 24/7 NOC Services


Deliver blanket Wi-Fi coverage across the resort including 34 villas, fitness center, pools, spa, restaurants and outdoor areas.

Ensure high speed Wi-Fi access for guests who are authenticated by Hotel PMS.

Provided Wi-Fi access for guests who has not checked in for hotel room after filling basic contact details.

Carried fiber work to connect each villa, outlets and admin area directly with MDF.

IDFs creation to ensure the application of networking standards.

Deployment of Wi-Fi 6 access points for better outdoor wireless coverage for pools, beach and walkways.

With proper planning and coordination among multiple teams within the resort (MEP, FOH, IT..) the project was completed based on the schedule. The team followed highest standards of safety to make the containment so that the property is not damaged and yet the work was completed as per the design.
Villa availability was well coordinated with the FOH and the IT team to ensure that we work in an isolated villa to avoid any disturbance to guests. Ceiling cutting and re-fixing was done inside the villas for running the CAT6 cables, the team used available opening to avoid any unnecessary drilling and


The property being very old did not have standard ducts or containment to run the cables.

The property was live with over 70% occupancy, which made it difficult to execute the project without disturbance to the guest.

A lot of civil works and containment works
was required for a fully operational property. Complex villa design and non-availability of the riser shafts was one of the toughest part for CAT6 cabling.

Guest wifi solutions
Enterprise wifi solutions
Wifi6 wireless solutions
Outdoor wifi solutions
Hotel wifi solution
Cloud managed wifi solutions
Office wifi solutions

Dubai Marine WiFi Products & Solution

AC1350 Outdoor Wireless Access Points

AC600 Indoor Wireless
Access Point

Wireless Access Gateway & Bandwidth Management

Wireless LAN Controller

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