D-Link MOBILE WIRELESS ROUTER DIR-412

The D-Link Mobile Wireless Router allows users to access worldwide mobile broadband. Simply insert a compatible 3.5G USB adapter and share your 3.5G Internet connection through a secure, high-speed wireless network. Enjoy increased speed and range over traditional 802.11g/b standards2 thanks to the latest Wireless N 150 technology. A 10/100 Ethernet WAN port allows you to attach a DSL /Cable modem as the primary or backup link, while auto-failover ensures an uninterrupted connection by automatically connecting to your 3.5G network whenever the WAN link is lost.
Product Code: DLDIR-412
Brand: D-Link
Availability: In Stock
Rs. 3,000
Shipping & Delivery
Shipping Cost: Rs. 300/Unit

MAXIMUM PORTABILITY
The D-Link Mobile Wireless Router allows users to access worldwide mobile broadband. Simply insert a compatible 3.5G USB adapter and share your 3.5G Internet connection through a secure, high-speed wireless network. Enjoy increased speed and range over traditional 802.11g/b standards2 thanks to the latest Wireless N 150 technology. A 10/100 Ethernet WAN port allows you to attach a DSL /Cable modem as the primary or backup link, while auto-failover ensures an uninterrupted connection by automatically connecting to your 3.5G network whenever the WAN link is lost.

ADVANCED NETWORK SECURITY
The DIR -412 ensures a secure Wi-Fi network through the use of WPA/WPA2 wireless encryption. Simply press the WPS button to quickly establish a secure connection to new devices. The DIR -412 also utilizes dual-active firewalls (SPI and NA T) to prevent potential attacks and intrusions from across the Internet.

SIMPLE TO INSTALL AND USE
The Mobile Wireless Router can be installed quickly and easily almost anywhere. This router is great for situations where an impromptu wireless network must be set up, or wherever conventional network access is unavailable. The DIR -412 can even be installed on buses, trains, or boats, allowing passengers to check e-mail or chat online while commuting.

 

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