To help maintain a secure wireless network, the DAP-2230 supports both WPA and WPA2 (802.11i standard) for both personal and enterprise, as well as a backend and built-in RADIUS server that supports RADIUS servers. Users can create their own accounts in the device. The DAP-2230 supports up to eight (8) channels per radio band, including MAC address filtering, wireless LAN segmentation, disabling SSID broadcast, illegal AP detection, and wireless broadcast planning. VLANs to run multiple SSIDs to further help segment users on the network, as well as wireless client isolation, which limits direct communication between the client and the client. In addition, the DAP-2230 supports Network Access Protection (NAP), a feature in Windows Server® 2008 that allows network administrators to define multiple levels of network access based on individual customer needs.
Access point of a variety of functions
Network administrators can deploy highly manageable, very powerful, and optimized wireless coverage over the DAP-2230. The DAP-2230 can be installed on a ceiling, on a wall, or on a desktop to meet any wireless network requirements In an advanced installation, the DAP-2230 integrates 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality, which can be installed in a location away from an electrical outlet.
Multiple operating modes
The DAP-2230 can be configured on any operating mode to maximize network performance and maximize return on investment: access points, WDS with access points, WDS / Bridge (AP-free broadcast) and wireless clients The DAP-2230 supports a number of DAP-2230 wireless access points and is configured to connect to each other via a bridge to provide an accessible network for a single client. The DAP-2230's advanced features also include Load balancing and redundancy for fail-safe wireless connections, and more.
The network administrator has several options for managing the DAP-2230, including Web (HTTP), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), Secure Sheel (SSH, which provides a secure channel between the local computer and the remote computer) And Telnet. In advanced network management, administrators can use D-Link's Central WiFiManager to configure and manage multiple access points from one location. In addition, D-Link's Central WiFiManager allows network administrators to perform scheduled maintenance remotely Check, no longer need to manually verify the correct operation.
The DAP-2230 features a wireless scheduling function, which can turn off the wireless function to save power and save energy. With its high output power design, PoE support, extensive manageability, versatile operation modes, and enhanced reliability Security, the DAP-2230 provides an enterprise-class solution for the needs of small and medium-sized businesses and large enterprises deploying wireless networks in their work environments.
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