Wireless PoE Outdoor Access point Dlink DAP-3320
Configure to use as an access point, a wireless distribution System (WDS) with access point, a WDS bridge or a wireless client
Full Featured Security
Includes industry standard wireless encryption along with support for multiple SSIDs and VLANs, allowing for complete control over network access
IP55 weatherproof housing and weathershield2 makes the DAP-3320 ideal for demanding networking environments. Features Convenient Design
Built for outdoor use, the DAP-3320 has an IP552 weatherproof housing that protects it from weather. In addition, the DAP-3320 is powered by PoE which allows for convenient installation, especially in places where a power supply is not available.
Simplified outdoor connectivity
Low cost Outdoor Access Point, with high power radio design the DAP-3320 is ideal for providing wireless connectivity between two locations.
Broadcast on 8 SSIDs Simultaneously
Supports up to 8 SSIDs per Band that can logically divide the access point into several virtual access points all within a single hardware platform.
2.4Ghz Single-Band Wireless
The built-in 2 dBi omnidirectional antenna ensures that wireless signal will cover a wide area.
Free Wireless AP Controller software
D-Link’s free Central Wifi Manager is a cloud enabled wireless Access Point management tool, designed to allow you to create and manage multi-site, multi-tenancy wireless networks.
Manage up to 1000 APs
Manage up to 1000 Access Points located around the world from one virtual controller residing in your network or in the cloud.
Scalable, flexible, centralised AP management
Manage up to 1000 Access Points from a central location, regardless of geography.
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