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The access point AirPremier N Dualband PoE, DAP-2690, D-Link is a solution for companies who want to create wireless local area networks (WLAN) 802.11n next generation. This access point is designed for indoor installation, allows network administrators to develop a secure, robust and manageable wireless network.
The DAP-2690, equipped with a metal chassis, has passed the strict test UL 2043 and achieved the "plenum rating" thanks to this material that meets the requirements for placement in galleries aeration. To perform installations in areas where there are no power base, the access point integrates Power over Ethernet (PoE) 802.3af, ensuring the flexibility and easy configuration.
The DAP-2690 delivers optimal performance Wireless N without dead spots and speeds of up to 300Mbps simultaneously on both the 2.4GHz wireless band and the 5 GHz.1 Thanks to the quality of service feature Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) is a base for audio applications, video and voice access. In addition, this access point supports load balancing to optimize high volumes of traffic and redundancy to ensure wireless connectivity in case of failures.
The DAP-2690 provides industrial grade wireless security that supports WPA and WPA2 (802.11i) version in both their personal and industrial. It incorporates a RADIUS server, so administrators do not have to invest in external resources.
This access point supports up to 8 VLANs for implementing multiple SSIDs, allowing effectively segment the network users.
With multiple SSIDs, the number of access points and reduced costs are kept to a minimum.
The DAP-2690 also has a mechanism that isolates the wireless client to avoid direct communication between a client and another. Other features include MAC address filtering, disabling SSID broadcasting and detection of rogue APs to enhance the security of the wireless network.
In addition, the DAP-2690 supports NAP (Network Access Protection), a feature of Windows Server 2008. NAP allows network administrators to define multiple levels of access based on the different needs of network customers. If a customer is identified from outside your area of access, the customer will be redirected directly to the level of network access is allowed.
The DAP-2690 can be configured to operate in any of the following modes: Access Point, Wireless Distribution System (WDS) with Access Point, WDS / Bridge (No AP diffusion) and wireless client. With WDS support, network administrators can set up multiple DAP-2690 through a utility and configure them to bridge with another while network access to individual clients is offered. Moreover, the DAP-2690 supports spanning tree protocol, which improves efficiency and avoids broadcast storms when used in WDS mode.
Network administrators can manage all settings DAP-2690 through its use of web-based configuration (HTTP / HTTPS), SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), SSH (Secure Shell) or Telnet. The access point manager D-Link module or D-View SNMPv3 management can also be used to configure and manage multiple access points from a single location. In this way, network administrators can verify network and conduct regular maintenance checks without wasting resources physically carried out tests to verify that the device is working properly.
In addition, the access point AP Array includes D-Link, a tool WLAN management integrated directly into the firmware that manages simultaneously up to eight independent access points without requiring additional software. Thanks to this tool, which is included in all business access points AirPremier N quality, various settings access points becomes a simple process, making it ideal for a small office.
This allows you to implement the AP Green technology without either the performance or functionality affected. Through wireless programmer, part of the access point that has a higher energy consumption, it can be turned off at certain times of day 1 Speed Maximum wireless signal defined by the IEEE Standard 802.11g, 802.11a and the draft 802.11n. Actual performance will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors may lower actual data throughput rate.