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DAP-2230 Wireless N PoE Access Point launched

Introducing the DAP-2230 Wireless N PoE Access Point, which lets users extend network and enjoy wireless speeds of up to 300 Mbps. With its security and authentication features, the DAP-2230 Wireless N PoE Access Point boasts of MAC address filtering, wireless LAN segmentation, SSID broadcast disable, rogue AP detection, and wireless broadcast scheduling so that users can rest assured that business wireless network is fully protected.

Introducing the DAP-2230 Wireless N PoE Access Point, which lets users extend network and enjoy wireless speeds of up to 300 Mbps. With its security and authentication features, the DAP-2230 Wireless N PoE Access Point boasts of MAC address filtering, wireless LAN segmentation, SSID broadcast disable, rogue AP detection, and wireless broadcast scheduling so that users can rest assured that business wireless network is fully protected.

Network Access Protection (NAP) further lets network administrators determine customized levels of network access depending on a client’s specific need, and with a more manageable QoS, network admins have the option to select customized priority rules.

The Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) Quality of Service (QoS) feature uses the level of interactive streaming to determine which network traffic activity to prioritize, whether the activity is VoIP or streaming HD movies. No longer will your different department teams have to vie for internet access when they’re conferencing—this type of load balancing can limit users per access point, ensuring maximum capacity performance for each dedicated user.

The DAP-2230 Wireless N PoE Access Point functions as a Wireless Distribution System (WDS) with Access Point, but it can also be configured to be used as a WDS/ Bridge or a Wireless Client. This type of flexibility can also be seen in its simple and easy-to-use mounting brackets, whether users want the access point to be on the ceiling, on the wall, or on a desktop. The device can also be installed in locations where power outlets may not always be readily available—users can use the DAP-2230 PoE feature (Power over Ethernet) where data and power are transmitted through a UTP cable.

The D-Link Central WiFi Manager (CWM-100) can also provide network administrators with remote means to manage and monitor their wireless access points on the same network or through internet. This is a FREE software to help manage the DAP-2230 and other D-Link Business APs, up to 1000 APs without any license charges.

Finally, the Wireless Scheduler can turn off wireless broadcast when a schedule is set—say, between 9pm-7am when the office is closed—to save power.

It sells for P5,714.

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