The DAP-1665 Wireless AC1200 Dual-Band Access Point is a fast and versatile solution for bringing Wireless AC to your existing wired network, or extending your current wireless network. The latest 802.11ac technology delivers combined speeds of up to 1200 Mbps, so you can create a high-speed wireless link between networks, or quickly transfer large files wirelessly between computers on the same network.
• The latest 802.11ac technology - Delivers combined wireless speeds of up to 1200 Mbps, with increased range to reach more places in your home or office
• Multiple operational modes - Can operate as an access point, bridge, bridge with access point, repeater, or wireless client, giving the flexibility to tailor it to your network needs
• Robust wireless security - With complete set of security encryption standards including WEP, WPA/WPA2, and WPS to safeguard your network against intruders Features High-Speed Wireless and Wired LAN
The DAP-1665 features the latest 802.11ac wireless technology, capable of delivering combined speeds of up to 1200 Mbps over two bands. Use the 2.4 GHz band’s 300 Mbps for web surfing, email and chat, while simultaneously using the lower-interference 5 GHz band for network bridging, downloading, and file transfers. For wired connections, the Gigabit LAN port enables wired data speeds of up to 1000 Mbps, meaning that your Gigabit-compatible wired devices can also benefit from the high speeds of wireless AC.
Versatile Operation Modes
The DAP-1665 can be configured to operate in several modes, allowing you to customise it to your networking needs. Access Point mode allows the device to act as a central hub for wireless users, giving them access to your existing wired network. Wireless Client mode is available to enable the DAP-1665 to connect to another access point and provide network and Internet access to a remote wired device such as a gaming console or smart TVs. Bridge mode allows you to create a high-speed wireless link between two wired networks (LANs), alleviating the need to install additional network cabling. Bridge mode with AP adds the functionality of a wireless access point to your bridged network, so wireless clients can access resources on both networks. Repeater mode extends wireless coverage of your existing wireless network to cover “dead” spots and reach further into your home or office.
Full Wireless Security
The DAP-1665 provides 64/128-bit WEP encryption and WPA/WPA2 security to protect your network and wireless data. This device also supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) to quickly and securely set up a secure wireless network. In addition, the access point features MAC address filtering and a disable SSID broadcast function to limit outsiders’ access to your wireless network. The DAP-1665 also features a Kensington security slot so you can protect your access point against theft.
Wireless and Wired LAN
• Latest 802.11ac wireless technology with combined wireless speeds of up to 1200 Mbps
• Backwards-compatible with 802.11n/g/b/a clients
• Two external antennas increase range
• Gigabit LAN port for wired connections up to 1000 Mbps
• Access Point mode to add wireless to your existing network
• Repeater mode extends the range of your existing wireless network to reach further throughout your home or office
• Bridge mode lets you create a direct wireless link between two existing LANs
• Bridge mode with AP adds the functionality of a wireless access point to your bridged network
• Client mode delivers wireless connectivity to a LAN device such as a storage device, media server, or gaming console
• WPA/WPA2 security encryption to protect your wireless traffic
• Quickly and easily add new wireless devices with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
• Kensington lock port to protect against theft
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