Unified Wireless 802.11n Access Point with support for PoE, up to 300 Mbit / sEOL EOS
DWL-3600AP - Unified Access Point 802.11n Wi-Fi, designed for deployments in business class. Flexibility in managing and supporting data transfer at high speed, this access point provides easy integration with existing network infrastructure, which can be further expanded. An access point may be made in the housing class Plenum (DWL-3600AP/A1A) or conventional plastic housing (DWL-3600AP/A1A/PC).
2x2 MIMO technology provides data transfer rates of up to 300 Mbit/s1, using a frequency of 2.4 GHz. Besides, the access point supports RadioProtect, thanks to which all users receive the service with high quality, even if several are connected to the network users using the legacy 802.11b and 802.11g.
Automatic Cluster Configuration
For small businesses that require multiple access points (APs), and that lack of resources, the automatic configuration of the cluster is the ideal solution. When you install a small number of AP DWL-3600AP can be configured to perform automatic cluster.After performing an administrator configure a single access point, the same settings will be applied to other access points.Thus, a cluster can combine up to 16 access points.
If you are installing a network using standardized wireless switches can control up to 256 access points DWL-3600AP, so the administrator can increase the range of your wireless network.
DWL-3600AP supports the latest security standards, including WPA, WPA2, and 802.1X. In addition, DWL-3600AP supports up to 16 virtual access points (VAP), which allows the administrator to assign different access rights to user groups. Through the use of Unified Wireless D-Link switches can increase the level of security. You can easily detect unauthorized network access point, so the administrator will be able to immediately prevent a safety hazard.
Automatic frequency adjustment
When installing multiple access points at a small distance from each other will result in interference. Upon detection of a neighbor access point DWL-3600AP can select a channel without interference. This significantly reduces interference and allows the administrator to set the access point at a short distance from each other. If the neighbor APs operating on the same frequency, DWL-3600AP automatically reduces transmission power. If, for any reason, neighboring APs no longer active on the network, DWL-3600AP increases the transmission power to increase the radius of coverage.
Quality of Service
DWL-3600AP supports WMM, so in case of network congestion, the priority will receive time-sensitive traffic. Furthermore, if multiple access points DWL-3600AP are in close proximity to each other, the access point will reject new connection requests, as all the resources are used. Instead, the connection request will be accepted neighboring access point. By using this function, no access point is not overloaded, while the other neighboring access points are in an idle state.