Outdoor Wireless 802.11n Access Point with support for PoE, up to 300 Mbit / sEOL
Outdoor Wireless 802.11n Access Point with support for PoE D-Link DAP-3340 is an ideal solution for the creation of zones of hot spot, which provide access to Internet users located outside the building. This multi-functional access point with high transmit power and excellent weather resistance features suitable for installation in factories, industrial complexes, in conference rooms, college campuses, airports, golf clubs, river stations and other public places.
DAP-3340 will allow network administrators to create a manageable and reliable wireless network standard 802.11n. The supplied antennas are detachable and provide optimal wireless coverage in the frequency range of 2.4 GHz (802.11g and 802.11n), using a high power transmitter to reduce Dead Spots and increase capacity. This high-speed access point supports standard 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE), making it easy to install the device in areas where power outlets are not available.
In order to secure the wireless network DAP-3340 supports both Personal and Enterprise versions of WPA standards and WPA2 (802.11i) with RADIUS-server. In addition, the access point supports MAC-address filtering, wireless LAN segmentation, Disable Broadcast SSID, the detection of unauthorized access points and wireless network performance in Broadcast Scheduling.
DAP-3340 supports up to eight VLAN, which allows multiple SSID to segment users on the network. Also implemented in the access point wireless client isolation mechanism, which limits direct interaction such as "client-client."
Modes of operation
Access Point DAP-3340 can be configured in one of the following modes: Access Point, Wireless Client, Wireless Distribution System (WDS), and WDS with AP. With WDS support, network administrators can install multiple access points DAP-3340 and configure them to work with each other in bridge mode, while providing network access to individual clients. In addition, support for Spanning Tree Protocol promotes a more efficient transfer of traffic and to avoid broadcast storms when used in mode WDS.
Network administrators have several options for managing the access point DAP-3340, which include Web-based (HTTP), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL, which provides a secure connection to the Internet), Secure Shell (SSH, which provides a secure channel between local and remote computers) , and Telnet. For advanced network management, administrators can use D-Link AP Manager II or the control module for SNMPv3 D-View, to configure and manage multiple access points from a single computer. In addition to a management, AP Manager II or D-View allows network administrators to remotely perform the inspection of the equipment, eliminating the need for direct personal control over any operations.