The DAP-3315 features multiple operation modes, allowing it to adapt to any situation. As a standard wireless access point (AP) the DAP-3315 can connect to a wide range of devices that are 802.11n/g/b compliant. In wireless distribution system (WDS) mode it can expand current wireless coverage without the need for a wired backbone link. As a wireless client it can connect to an existing AP and expand the network physically with the two built-in 10/100 Ethernet ports. Repeater mode will extend current wireless coverage eliminating dead spots and weak signals. WISP mode functionality includes the ability to function as a client or repeater.
The DAP-3315 supports up to 8 SSIDs, allowing the administrators to logically divide the access point into several virtual access points all within a single hardware platform. Rather than having separate networks with several access points, administrators can deploy one single AP to support more than one application, such as public Internet access and internal network control to increase flexibility and keep costs down. The DAP-3315 supports 802.1Q VLAN Tagging, operating with multiple SSIDs to segment traffic to enhance performance and security. The DAP-3315 provides WLAN partitioning, a useful function for deployments such as wireless hot spots. With station-tostation partitioning enabled, security is enhanced, since wireless users cannot peek at each other, and the possibility for data theft is reduced.
The DAP-3315 supports 64/128-bit WEP data encryption and WPA/WPA2 security functions. In addition, it provides MAC Address Filtering to control user access, and the Disable SSID Broadcast function to limit outsiders’ access to the internal network. Network administrators have multiple options for managing the DAP-3315 including HTTP and HTTPS.
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