D-Link launches new AP DAP-1360 Wireless N under Linux environment
with multiple configurations to meet the needs of small businesses.
The provider of network solutions D-Link done in open source,
announced the access point wireless D-Link DAP-1360 Wireless N
which, as its name suggests, allows to enjoy the joys of a WiFi wireless
network 802.11n (and therefore backward compatible with earlier
The joys of network aimed especially at Small
Business and other structures (SOHO – Small Office Home Office
), The access point with many possible configurations. Seven modes of
use are expected to create or extend a wireless network.
therefore use the terminal DAP-1360 as an access point, a gateway, a
wireless client or repeater. It also has two modes (WISP – Wireless
Internet Service Provider) to share the flow between multiple
customers without having to install a router for each.
A highly customizable terminal
With the terminal running Linux environment, it is possible to add additional
functionality by modifying its firmware. A development kit (SDK) is
provided to maximize its 2 MB flash memory and 16MB of SDRAM and
complete customization of the product according to the specific needs of
"The terminal DAP-1360 is a powerful and
comprehensive solution that enables small organizations or individual
companies to integrate wireless connectivity to their broadband network.
The inclusion of seven modes of application and a Linux
platform enables our customers to take full advantage of their product
as they want and whenever they want" said Thierry Doualan, Product
Manager for D-Link.
The terminal D-Link does not neglect
safety avc support WEP 64/128 bits WPA/WPA2 and WPS. There is also
the MAC address filtering and disabling SSID. Application click’n’ connect D-Link will also facilitate the process of
installation and configuration.