802.11g Wireless VPN Router
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Ready Network Connection
With built-in wireless LAN, a 4-port switch and print server, this router provides ready connection for workstations, file servers and printers, with or without the network wires. These built-in functions save you the cost and trouble of installing a separate wireless access point, an Ethernet switch and a print server.

Enhanced Wireless Speeds
At up to 54Mbps, the router provides wireless LAN users a very high data transfer rate when operating with other 802.11g wireless users. In addition, this router is also compatible with existing 802.11b and 802.11b+ wireless devices. This means that you may sacrifice some of the router's high wireless speed when you mix with your existing 802.11b and 802.11b+ devices, but you will not lose any ability to communicate.

Secure VPN Connections
The router is equipped with embedded VPN support, allowing you to create multiple IPSec tunnels to remote sites/clients. IPSec uses strong encryption with DES, 3DES, AES and Automated Key Management via IKE/ISAKMP. A VPN tunnel can be activated from the router to a remote site or a mobile user for secured traffic flow using triple DES encryption. This offers users a way to confidentially access and transfer sensitive information. Multiple VPN tunnels may be easily created without the need to setup IKE (Internet Key Exchange) policies. In addition to VPN tunnels, the router also supports VPN pass-through for those who want to use their own VPN client software.

Firewall Protection
Firewall protection includes Intrusion Detection System (IDS), Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) packet filtering. The router protects your network from attacks and logs all attacks so you can check the log file to find out what happened.

Access Control
URL blocking and domain filtering are part of basic features offered by router. These functions provide the benefit of limiting access to undesirable Internet sites.

Virtual Mapping and DMZ Support
The router blocks and re-directs certain ports to limit the services that outside users can access your network. Virtual Server Mapping is used to re-task services to multiple servers. The router can be set to allow separate FTP, Web and servers to share the same Internet-visible IP address while still protecting your servers and workstations from hackers.

A DMZ setting can be applied to a single client (such as a Web server) behind the router to fully expose it to the Internet and ensure complete Internet application compatibility even if the specific port is not known. This allows you to set up web sites and e-commerce business from your office while maintaining protection for the rest of your office LAN.

Print Server Supporting Parallel and USB Printers
The router provides a bi-directional parallel printer port and a USB printer port, allowing you to share a parallel and a USB printer among your office users to print files and web pages.

General features

WAN Ports

- 10/100BASE-TX port for connection to DSL/cable modem, supporting "Always-on" (bridged) and PPPoE for DSL dial-up
- RS-232 COM port for ISDN/analog modem backup

LAN Ports
4 10/100BASE-TX ports with auto MDI/MDIX

802.11g standard

Printer Ports
- Bi-directional parallel port
- USB 1.1 port

LED indicators
- Power
- Status
- WAN Activity
- LAN Activity
- Printer

Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
- IP Address and Port Number
- Packet Count and Byte Count
- Sequence and Acknowledgement Number
- Timestamps
- Payload Modification History
- Dynamic Association

Comprehensive Logging
- Filtering activity: logs rejected internal and external connection requests
- Session tracking activity: logs all session creation and termination information
- Intrusion detection activity: log information about outside attack

- IP Network Address Translation
- Traditional IP Network T ranslation
- Protocol Complications with IP Network Address T ranslation
- DHCP server and client support
- Subnet mask class A, B, and C
- DHCP server class C (1 to 254 clients)

NAT Application Level Gateway
- H.323 Protocol Suite
- File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
- Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
- Session Description Protocol (SDP)
- Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP)
- Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
- Multiple Gaming Protocol

VPN Pass-through Support
- PPTP pass-through
- L2TP pass-through
- IPSec pass-through

Advanced VPN Support
- Authentication transform: MD5 and SHA-1
- Encryption transform: Null, DES, 3DES
- Remote access VPN (up to 40 VPN tunnels)

Routing Support
- Static Route
- Dynamic Route
- RIP-1, RIP-2
- IP Alias
- IP Multicast

Firewall & Access Control
- Access-list control and rules
- Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
- Domain filtering
- URL filtering
- Packet filtering
- Ping of Death prevention
- IP spoofing
- Intrusion Detection
- Security event log

Print Server Support
- Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP , NT
- MacOS

Configuration and Management
- Web-based Utilities
- UPnP support

Built-in Wireless LAN
Data Rates

- 802.11g: up to 54Mbps (6/9/12/18/24/36/48/54Mbps)
- 802.11b+: up to 22Mbps
- 802.11b: up to 11Mbps (1/2/5.5/11Mbps)

RF Frequency Range
2.4 to 2.4835 GHz

Operating Channels
- 1 to 11 channels (North America)
- 1 to 13 channels (General Europe)

Built-in 2dBi Gain diversity patch antenna

Transmit Output Power
- 802.11b: 16dBm (typical)
- 802.11g: 14dBm (typical)

Receive Sensitivity (for 802.11b)
(typically @PER < 8% packet size 1024 @ 25  C +/- 5  C)
- 22Mbps (PBCC): -80dBm
- 11Mbps (PBCC): -85dBm
- 11Mbps (CCK): -84 dBm
- 5.5Mbps (CCK): -87 dBm
- 2Mbps (QPSK): -90 dBm
- 1Mbps (BPSK): -92 dBm

Receive Sensitivity (for 802.11g)
(typically @PER < 8% packet size 1024 @ 25  C +/- 5  C)
- 54Mbps (OFDM): -71 dBm
- 48Mbps (OFDM): -72 dBm
- 36Mbps (OFDM): -77 dBm
- 24Mbps (OFDM): -80 dBm
- 12Mbps (OFDM): -86 dBm
- 9Mbps (OFDM): -87 dBm
- 6Mbps (OFDM): -89 dBm

Operating Range *
- Indoors: 100 meters (328 feet)
- Outdoors: 400 meters (1,312 feet)

* Environmental factors may adversely affect range


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DI-824VUP+   VPN Router With Built-in 802.11g Wireless LAN, 4-Port Switch, USB/Parallel Printer Server


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