Routers D-Link DIR-450 and DIR-451:Create a network using 3G
August 3, 2008, 8:08 pm
The company D-Link recently announced the availability of routers DIR-450 and DIR-451, designed to work in mobile Third-generation networks, 3G. The new device will be useful as home users of mobile internet, and in the corporate sector, in particular, to connect remote users or branch offices using virtual private networks (VPN). Router DIR-450 technology supports EV-DO, provides data transfer at speeds up to 2, 4 Mbps. Networks based on EV-DO can be built on the basis of already existing networks CDMA-2000, which allows savings on the equipment operator`s level. Router DIR-451 also is designed to work in networks of 3G, but operates on the basis of other technologies - UMTS/HDSPA. This makes it possible to achieve even greater speeds (theoretically up to 14, 4 Mbps). Both devices are equipped with four port Ethernet 10/100 Mbps and a wireless interface 802. 11g, which allows select the connection type of customers (wired or WI-FI). In addition, each model can pohvasttsya port USB slot and PCMCIA. These interfaces are designed for installation and an adapter to connect to 3G mobile network operator. Router DIR-450 and DIR-451 supports a set of security functions, including the 64 - and 128 - bit encryption WEP, algorithms WPA, WPA2, lock domains, as well as a mechanism Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) and filtering through the MAC -/IP-/URL- addresses. Router DIR-450 and DIR-451 are available for ordering from the official supplier D-Link. The recommended retail price DIR-450 and DIR-451 is $ 184.