Wireless 802.11n Gigabit Router PowerLine, up to 500 Mbit / sNereden Alınır
The use of power lines as high-speed network cables
Wireless 802.11n Gigabit Router PowerLine D-Link DHP-1565 uses the household power circuit for the deployment of the network throughout the area of the house at a rate of up to 500 Mbit/s1. Simply connect the router to the Internet and connect the power cord to an electrical outlet. Power Cable Router DHP-1565 will now transmit on the network wiring to any device that supports the HomePlug AV standard and is connected to any other electrical outlet. This avoids network cables throughout the house and to deploy a network in those places where the wireless signal is not available.
Working in the router and access point
DHP-1565 can operate in two modes - router mode and access point mode. In the DHP-1565 router connected to a cable or DSL-modem to share the Internet connection of all devices on the Ethernet-cable, Wi-Fi or through wiring (a network of "PowerLine").In access point mode, DHP-1565 functions as a coupling device between the router and the devices connected to the DHP-1565 and a cable or Wi-Fi.
Protect your network with a single button click
AES data encryption protects the PowerLine network from unauthorized access or interception of data, and advanced encryption standards such as WEP, WPA and WPA2, and ensure the safety of data during transmission over a wireless channel. Click the Common Connect, to establish a secure connection to Wi-Fi (via WPS) or PowerLine just a few seconds. Built-in dual active firewalls (SPI and NAT) prevents potential attacks from across the Internet.
Save energy with the help of technology D-Link Green
DHP-1565 supports D-Link Green, which includes features such as a schedule of inactivity Wi-Fi networks, energy saving PLC (power line communications) and energy savings, depending on the status of the connection. Schedule Wi-Fi allows you to set specific times when the wireless network is turned off to save energy and protect against unauthorized access. Energy savings PLC releases the connection when no activity PowerLine Ethernet or wireless connection. Energy savings, depending on the connection status automatically detects the link status of wired devices and reduces the power consumption on inactive ports. These features help to save energy without sacrificing performance.
Minimum System Requirements
• Windows ®, Macintosh, or an operating system based on Linux
• CD-ROM drive
• Ethernet Adapter
• Internet Explorer 6 or higher, Firefox 3.0 or higher, Safari 3.0 or higher, Google Chrome 2.0 or higher
• Custom Web-based interface
• SharePort ™ Plus
• UPnP ™ AV Media Server
• Web-access to files
• IEEE 802.11n
• IEEE 802.11g
• IEEE 802.11b
• IEEE 802.3u
• IEEE 1901
• HomePlug AV
Advanced Firewall Features
• Network Address Translation (NAT)
• Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
• VPN Pass-Through/Multi-sessions
• 4-port LAN Gigabit 10/100/1000Base-T (RJ-45)
• 1 port WAN Gigabit 10/100/1000Base-T (RJ-45)
• 1 USB 2.0 port
Frequency range wireless network
From 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz
• PowerLine: 500 Mbit / s 1
• 802.11n: up to 300 Mbit / s 2
Two internal antenna gain of 2 dBi
• 64/128-bit WEP
• WPA and WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
Support for SharePort ™
• Ability to connect to USB-port external hard drive or multifunction device
• The ability to share hard drives, print and scan functions
From 100 to 240
Max. 12 W
From 0 to 40 C
-20 To 65 C
From 10% to 90%
From 5% to 95%
1 Maximum throughput based on theoretical transmission PHY rate of the data. Actual data throughput will vary. The conditions under which the network operates, as well as environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, and network overhead, lower actual throughput. Interference from devices that produce electrical noise, such as vacuum cleaners and hair dryers can reduce the performance of the device. This device may interfere with and impede the work of devices such as lighting system with dimmer switch or touch key on / off, short-wave radio devices or other devices PowerLine, not compliant HomePlug AV.
2 Maximum wireless signal rate derived from standard specifications IEEE 802.11n. The data rate may differ significantly from the speed of wireless connections. The conditions under which the network operates, as well as environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual throughput. On the range of a wireless network can be affected by environmental factors.