The D-Link DAP-1360 wireless access point works as range extender and comes with two 2dBi Omni-directional Antennae that provide very-high speeds and enhanced Wi-Fi coverage. It’s an IEEE 802.11n standard compliant and is backward compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g, 802.3/802.3u standards. The Wireless Access Point can achieve wireless data transmission speed up to 150Mbps to offer you an enhanced internet calls, multimedia downloads and online gaming experience over your wireless network. Easily configurable in seven different operating modes, the device’s Access Point mode turns it into a central hub for wireless users. Employ this Wireless N Access Point to easily connect to a broadband modem so that you can wirelessly share your Internet connection, at a budget-friendly price.
One Touch WPS Button
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) feature of D-Link DAP-1360 instantly secures your wireless home network, as well as connect you to several other wireless client devices (tabs, iPhones, cameras, and more) in a snap. For getting a secured wireless network up and running, you do not have to access any configuration screen on the router, or even enter the wireless network's security key/ password. The smart WPS button enables you to simply press this button and enjoy seamless connectivity.
Exceptional Wireless Technology
The D-Link DAP-1360 is designed with two 2dBi antennae optimize performance by extending the coverage range and boosting the speed. With an IEEE 802.11n compliance it allows backward compatibility to support 802.11b/g, 802.3/802.3ustandards and achieves high data transfer rates up to 150 Mbps. In addition, it works on the frequency range of 2.4 - 2.484 GHz, so that you can receive consistent high-speed internet connectivity and noise-free strong signals for a better networking performance. It can be configured to work in seven different modes as required. The Access Point mode enables the device to perform as a central hub for wireless clients. The Wireless Client mode is connects it to another access point. A Bridge mode joins two wired networks (LANs) together and the AP mode makes the device act as a wireless hub and a bridge simultaneously. The Repeater mode extends wireless coverage and eliminates dead spots within the network range. A WISP Client Router mode enables sharing of Internet connection with other computers without the requirement for an additional router. When device is in a WISP Repeater mode, it enables WISP subscribers to share their Internet connection with various wired and wireless computers without employing any extra routers.
Advanced Firewall Features
The inbuilt robust security features of the D-Link DAP-1360 protect you from viruses, serious cyber-threats, unauthorised access and everything in-between. The 64/128-bit WEP encryption provides an enhanced structure that combines port-level access control and authentication. The advanced MAC address filtering firewall and WPA-PSk, WPA2-PSk, WPA-EAP, WPA2-EAP, TkIP, AES, SSID broadcast disable function create a stronger and more reliable protection against unwanted networking intrusions.