11ac Wireless Dual band Cloud Router D-Link DIR-810L/B
The DIR-810L also includes a host of security features to keep your network safe, while integrated cloud features allow you to monitor your network from anywhere, anytime.
Dual-Band Wireless for Seamless Performance
The DIR-810L Wireless AC750 Dual-Band Cloud Router features dual-band wireless, allowing you to operate two concurrent, high-speed Wi-Fi bands for ultimate wireless performance. Surf the web, chat, and play online games on the 2.4 GHz band, while simultaneously streaming digital media on the 5 GHz band. What’s more, each band can operate as a separate Wi-Fi network, giving you the ability to customize your network according to your connectivity needs.
Stay informed and protected with mydlink™
This router gives you complete control by allowing you to monitor who is connecting to your network, which sites they are visiting and block unwanted visitors. You can monitor your home network remotely through the mydlink™ web portal or by downloading the free mydlink™ app available for your iOS or Android devices.
Easy to Set Up and Use
Get the DIR-810L up and running in no time right from your couch using the QRS (Quick Router Setup) Mobile app on your iOS or Android device. Simply plug in the router, open the app, and follow a few easy steps to get your home network connected without having to touch a computer. You can also set up a secure network with the touch of a button using Wi-Fi Protected Setup. Simply press the WPS button to instantly establish a secure connection to a new device. If you have additional mydlink™ products, you can take advantage of mydlink™ Zero Configuration. Simply connect your mydlink™-enabled device to the DIR-810L and the router will automatically link it to your mydlink™ account with no
• The latest 802.11ac wireless specification delivers blazing fast wireless connectivity with increased range and reliability.
• Four 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN ports give you high-speed wired connectivity Dual-Band Wireless.
• Concurrent dual-band wireless connectivity with wireless speeds of up to 433 Mbps.
• QoS engine to prioritize important traffic and deliver an uninterrupted connection. Features http://www.dlink.com/-/media/Consumer_Products/DIR/DIR%20810L/Datasheet/DIR_810L_Datasheet_EN.pdf
The latest 802.11ac wireless specification delivers blazing fast wireless connectivity with increased range and reliability
Four 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN ports give you high-speed wired connectivity
Concurrent dual-band wireless connectivity with wireless speeds of up to 433 Mbps
QoS engine to prioritize important traffic and deliver an uninterrupted connection
Setup and Management
Get set up and connected in a few easy steps. Simple setup options guide you through the process to have you going in no time.
Use the QRS Mobile App to set up the device using your iOS or Android mobile device. No computer needed.
Keep an eye on your network from anywhere you have internet access using the mydlink™ web portal or mydlink Lite App.
An advanced suite of management features allows you to customize your network to suit your needs.
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless LAN
Four 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN ports
10/100 Fast Ethernet WAN port
IEEE 802.11ac (draft)
Minimum System Requirements
Windows 8.x/7/Vista/XP SP3 or
Mac OS X 10.4 or higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher, Firefox, Chrome, Safari or other Java-enabled browser
Ethernet network interface
Cable or xDSL modem
Subscription with an Internet Service Provider
QoS (Quality of Service)
DMZ (Demilitarised Zone)
Dual Active Firewall
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
View current upload/download bandwidth
View currently connected clients
View web browsing history per client
Block/unblock client network access
Manage wireless network details
Accessible through a web browser or iOS or Android mobile app
Mobile App Support
WPA & WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) PIN/PBC
Dimensions (L x W x D)
156.5 x 113.2 x 53.6 mm (6.16 x 4.46 x 2.11 inches)
184.7 grams (0.41 lbs)
Input: 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Operating: 0 to 40 °C (32 to 104 °F)
Storage: -20 to 65 °C (-4 to 149 °F)
Operating: 0% to 90% non-condensing
Storage: 5% to 95% non-condensing
|Number of WAN Connections||1|
|Number of LAN Connections||4|
|Wireless Speed||450 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
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