D-Link DSL-G604T ADSL Router With Wireless Lan Access & Built-In 4-Port Switch
• Using 802.11g wireless technology, Wi-Fi enabled computers and devices can wirelessly connect to the DSL-G604T and share a single incoming Internet connection. With four additional Ethernet LAN ports, you can connect your network Ethernet-enabled devices.
• The router functionality on the DSL-G604T Wireless ADSL Router Modem includes support for VPN pass-through of multiple concurrent IPSec and PPTP tunnels, making it especially useful for telecommuters or users who need a more secure way to communicate and transmit information.
Features • A simple configuration tool and a Web-based user interface allow you to easily modify settings to connect to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). This Web interface also provides traffic statistics, connection speed, and other detailed information.
• The DSL-G604T Wireless ADSL Router Modem supports static IP, Dynamic IP, as well as PPPoE connections, and works with applications such as online gaming and VPN connections with no additional configuration. The DSL-G604T is easily upgradeable, making it future-proof for both end-users and service providers.
• Whether it’s for a home user who wants to share wireless high-speed Internet access or for a small office that needs Internet access for conducting essential business activities, the DSL-G604T Wireless ADSL Router Modem is the ideal all-in-one broadband solution.
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