D-Link Wireless Selectable Dual-Band Unified Access Point
D-Link DWL-3610AP Wireless Selectable Dual-Band Unified Access Point
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Versatile Selectable Dual-Band Access Point.
The DWL-3610AP Wireless Selectable Dual-Band Unified Access Point provides high bandwidth and flexibility for medium to large scale Wi-Fi networks.
Universal 2.4 GHz or less congested 5 GHz wireless band
Multiple APs can be set to form self-configuring clusters
Compatible with D-Link's Wireless controller and Unified Switch
Automatic RF Management
Automaticly set non-interfering channels
Standalone, Clustered or Centrally Managed
The DWL-3610AP can be used as a standalone Access Point, clustered or centrally managed via a D-Link Wireless Controller or Unified Switch. Central management allows for a large number of APs to be deployed and managed easily and efficiently.
The DWL-3610AP self-configuring cluster allows a small number of access points to be set to form a self-configuring cluster. Once the administrator configures one access point, the same configuration is automatically applied to all remaining APs.
Greater Reach and Flexibility
The internal omnidirectional antenna eliminates dead spots and fills hard-to-reach places. Selectable radio mode allows the DWL-3610AP to work on either the 2.4 GHz band or 5 GHz band. Airtime fairness ensures that equal airtime is given to each client, providing increased performance even if slower devices are connected.
Automatic RF Management
Access points in close proximity usually experience interference between channels where RF Management is not implemented.
When a DWL-3610AP senses a neighbour nearby, it will automatically select a non-interfering channel. This greatly reduces RF interference and allows APs to be deployed more densely.
To further minimise interference, when a nearby AP is on the same channel, the DWL-3610AP will automatically lower its transmission power.
When, for whatever reason, the nearby AP is no longer present, the DWL-3610AP will increase its transmission power to expand coverage.
Quality of Service
The DWL-3610AP supports 802.1p Quality of Service (QoS) for enhanced throughput and better performance of time-sensitive traffic like VoIP and video conferencing.
Furthermore, when a number of DWL-3610AP units are in close proximity to each other, an access point will refuse new clients once its resources are fully utilised, allowing the association request to be picked up by a neighbouring unit, distributing the load over multiple APs.
Features Ideal for Business
Self-configuring cluster feature
Up to 16 virtual access points may be created from a single access point
Flexible QoS with Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)
IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE)
One Gigabit Ethernet LAN port
Trusted Wireless Security Feature
MAC address filtering
Rogue AP detection
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
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