Outdoor Wireless Access Point DAP-3310 802.11n standard is the perfect solution to increase the signal strength and range of the wireless network. Designed to be used in adverse weather conditions, the access point can also connect separate networks, which can not be combined with cables. Several modes of operation, network management tools and security features provide network administrators with many options for use of the device and provide enhanced connectivity for wireless devices.
Increased performance and throughput
Using a wireless standard 802.11n in the 2.4 GHz band provides increased network performance. In addition, 2-port Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s (one that supports PoE) allow the use of a wire communication media. Built-sector antenna with a gain of 10 dBi provides increased signal in the range of a wireless network. Thus, DAP-3310 will connect wireless devices such as smart phones or laptops, or join the network, which are some distance away, using a wireless connection.
Modes of operation
The DAP-3310 supports seven modes of operation that allows you to find a use for it in any situation. In standard mode, the wireless access point (AP) to the DAP-3310 can connect 802.11n/g/b devices. In the WDS (WDS + AP) it can increase the range of the wireless network without the need to run a wired backbone linii.6 In the wireless client DAP-3310 can connect to an existing TD and provide access to the network devices connected to the Ethernet port 10/100 Mbps / s. Repeater mode will increase the range of your wireless network, eliminating areas with low signal. WISP mode supports the ability to work as a client or repeater in the wireless network operator.
Management of network resources
DAP-3310 supports up to 8 SSID, allowing the administrators to logically divide your access point into several virtual APs within a single hardware platform. Rather than organizing separate networks with multiple access points, administrators can set up one TD to support multiple applications, such as public access to the Internet and internal network control to increase flexibility and reduce costs. DAP-3310 supports 802.1Q VLAN Tagging, allows multiple SSID to segment traffic to enhance performance and security. This access point supports the separation of WLAN, a useful function for the establishment of nuclear hot spot. Client isolation mechanism enhances network security, since wireless users can not "see" each other, and decreases the risk of unauthorized access to data.
Robust security and management tools
DAP-3310 supports 64/128-bit WEP data encryption and WPA/WPA2. In addition, this access point supports MAC-address filtering to control user access and the Disable SSID Broadcast function to limit unauthorized access to the internal network. Network administrators have several options to control the DAP-3310, which include HTTP and HTTPS. For advanced network management, administrators can use SNMP v1, v2c, v3 in order to configure and monitor the access point.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
To power the DAP-3310 uses a technology PoE5, which allows for easy installation, especially in those places where there is no power outlet or impossible to cabling. As DAP-3310 can be powered using PoE to the connected video camera D-Link (DCS-3716, DCS-6113 and DCS-7110).
Directional antenna 60°
• 2-port Ethernet 10/100 Mbit / s (single port supports PoE)
• Reset Button
• Connector for wire
• Power Wireless signala8
• Sector antenna with a gain of 10 dBi
• Directional antenna 60°
• IEEE 802.11b/g/n
• IEEE 802.3
• IEEE 802.3u
• 802.11b: from 2.4 GHz to 2.497 GHz
• 802.11g: from 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz
• 802.11n: from 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz
Modes of operation
• WDS with AP
• Wireless client
• Repeater WISP
• Client Router WISP
• HTTP - Secure HTTP (HTTPS)
• SNMP v1, v2c, v3
• 64/128-bit WEP
SSID / VLAN
• Supports up to 8 SSID / VLAN
• 118 x 56 x 195 mm
• 305 g
• 48 VDC ± 10% for PoE
Max. power consumption
• 13.5 W
• Operating: -20 to 60 C
• Storage: -20 to 85 C
• Operating: 10% to 90% (non-condensing)
• Storage: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
• 15 kV