D-Link answers the need for a Broadband VPN Router with the DIR-130. The DIR-130 is a simple-to-deploy wired VPN router designed specifically for the Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) market that demands superior performance and security in a compact desktop chassis.
User Configurable Interface
The DIR-130 features an intuitive user interface that can easily be configured and monitored via the D-Link® Web-based Management Utility. These configuration options can be managed through the Administrator rights.
Advanced Hardware Features
The DIR-130 can be connected to a cable or DSL line to share high-speed Internet access. It also doubles as an 8-port full-duplex 10/100 switch to connect up to eight Ethernet-enabled devices. Simply add more switches to expand your wired network. In addition, you can create a Virtual Private Network (VPN) with the DIR-130 and allow up to 25* off-site or traveling users to securely access your central network through the Internet simultaneously.
For optimal VPN configuration, the DIR-130 has an integrated VPN Client and Server to support almost any required VPN policy. This device has a hardware VPN engine to support and manage up to 25* VPN configurations. The DIR-130 can support IPSec, PPTP, and L2TP protocols in Server mode and can handle pass-through traffic as well. Advanced VPN configuration options include: DES/3DES/AES/Twofish/Blowfish encryption, IKE/ISAKMP key management, Main/Aggressive Negotiation modes, and VPN authentication support using the internal 150*-user database.
This VPN router protects your network from online intruders and potential attacks with Dual Active Firewall protection using Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) and Network Address Translation (NAT).
With small businesses becoming increasingly network-dependent, the need to invest in a reliable security solution is crucial. The D-Link NetDefend SOHO Ethernet VPN Router (DIR-130) offers high return on investment through robust security features, flexible configuration, and superb network protection for small offices and home networks.