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D-Link Introduces Self-Managing Access Point

November 30th, 2004

The global leader in connectivity and communications technologies D-Link System Inc. today introduced an intelligent 802.11g access point with self-managing administration features.

Targeting Small to Medium-Sized Businesses (SMB), the new D-Link AirPremier DWL-2210AP includes a self-managing capability to automate and simplify costly configuration and maintenance tasks, providing easily deployed Wireless LAN with no additional administrative expenses.

“With its automated self-administration and management features, the DWL-2210AP provides the best solution on the market for businesses looking to speed up deployments and reduce overall cost of ownership of wireless LANs,“ said Robert Robinson, director of business channel sales for D-Link Systems, Inc.

In addition to self-managing features, the D-Link Access Point provides Power over Ethernet (PoE) for remote placements, Wireless Distribution System, automatic channel selection, load balancing system, Quality of Service (QoS) and automated self-configuring of new access points joining the Wireless network.

In terms of security, the new access point includes a robust security feature set such as IEEE 802.1x authentication, onboard RADIUS server and WPA support with AES encryption.

“Small to Medium businesses can now enjoy the productivity gains of deploying secure wireless LANs without over-concerning themselves on the time and costs associated with configuration, deployment, and management,” said Robinson.

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