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D-Link Announces Its Latest Cloud Routers

2012.06.25 08:12 by Daniela
Tags: D-Link, router, DIR-826L, DIR-636L

 

D-Link has introduced the latest additions to its line of Cloud Routers with the Cloud Router 1200 (DIR-636L) and Cloud Router 2000 (DIR-826L), supporting speeds of up to 300 Mbps and 600 Mbps, respectively. Both routers include mydlink(TM) Cloud Services for easy management and configuration from anywhere via free smart phone apps. Additionally, these routers include a USB port that works with the free SharePort(TM) mobile app to enable users to share and enjoy photos, music, and movie files from a range of connected devices.

Users can connect a USB drive or external hard drive to the USB port on the new Cloud Routers and with the free D-Link SharePort Mobile app they can conveniently and simultaneously share a range of content to multiple mobile devices without taking up valuable device memory. In addition, users can check which websites are being visited, block unwanted devices, and receive automatic e-mail alerts notifying them of unauthorized connections that are attempted all from an iPhoneŽ, iPadŽ or Android(TM) device using the SharePort Mobile app for peace of mind.

Routers can optionally be configured for the first time from the comfort of a couch, using the QRS (Quick Router Setup) Mobile app for iPhone or iPad. Owners with these devices simply plug in the router, open the app, and follow a few easy steps to establish a wireless network throughout the home without needing to touch a computer. Once a network is established, new devices can be added at the touch of a button using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). WPA/WPA2 encryption and a built-in dual-active firewall (SPI and NAT) ensure that data sent wirelessly is secure.

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